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6 Life-Hacking Apps for Digital Nomads

Digital Nomads rely heavily on technology nowadays. Not only to earn a living, but also to stay organized and productive. The easiest and most efficient way they do this is by using apps that help them with their everyday needs while running their businesses on the road. There are tons of apps out there so trying to decide which ones to use can be tough.

We live in a technology-driven world, where mobile devices are an essential part of our lives. In the span of just one year (2015-16) the App Store and Play Store recorded 18.5 million app downloads, proving the fact that we are getting increasingly dependent on apps.

The evolution of chatbots over the past few decades has ingrained them into our daily lives. From virtual assistants on our phones to de facto customer agents online, they have come a long way from their origins. However, if chatbots are going to one day outpace apps, they need to become more naturally integrated into a wider range of technologies.

How Do Billion Dollar Apps Go Viral

Newbie developers are dreaming of turning their app ideas into winning products and they’re envious of businesses that make millions of dollars. The road to success is not always straight and easy, because there are many other new applications that are yearning for the popularity crown, but with an effective marketing strategy and a small investment, anyone who gets into the mobile app development can build a strong community and users start recommending their apps to their friends, increasing the number of loyal fans. So, how can an application go viral and generate one billion dollars in sales?

The app world's secrets are known by relatively few. Most people think success is due entirely to how "viral" your app becomes, as if it's some external factor beyond your control. As it turns out, you can control it. And I'm living proof it's possible.

Chatbots are the new cool kids in the mobile world right now. Ever since Facebook announced its Messenger Platform in April, bots seem to have been designated the current ‘it’ technology.

It took a painfully long time, but from the first looks of it, India finally seems to be a lot closer to global standards of how telecom prices are charged. At the annual general meeting of Reliance, Mukesh Ambani broke the silence and sorted a lot of rumors on tariffs of Reliance Jio. From the preliminarily looks of it, this is industry breaking standards – for pricing that finally make sense. We are about a decade late for this sort of pricing, but it seems it has finally happened. Could it, and would it hold weight age for the massive expectations from the company?

News of Pinterest’s acquisition of Instapaper received a bittersweet reaction from users of the latter. Many fear an imminent change in the level of the team’s dedication and a drop in customer service, leading to eventual shut down.

Why chatbots are replacing apps

Let’s face it, mobile apps have become an overflowing bin of disparate digital objects. A million apps that do mostly the same thing, some better and some worse. Some are one-off campaign apps, and others are struggling businesses barely able to ride through the sea of sameness.

Natural Language Understanding (NLU) is a form of artificial intelligence that adds more fuel to the chatbot fire.