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Emails

Galahad

Galahad

Galahad

Assembled by the always in-the-know team at Airows, Galahad is a just-launched newsletter that delivers five well-curated products to your inbox each morning. With a simple, fuss-free design and minimal text, it makes for a pleasing way to check the latest new releases and discover new brands and gear. Not to mention, there are some pretty sweet deals and discount codes too.

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Galahad
The Journal

The Journal

The Journal is a monthly newsletter from Kevin Rose, the Digg founder and tech entrepreneur (who we recently spoke to about intermittent fasting). Dubbed, "a monthly newsletter for the curious," it certainly lives up to its name. Fascinating long reads, inspiring videos and introductions to companies and apps worth your time—you never know what you'll get each month, but it's sure to delight and entice you.

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The Hustle
The Hustle

The Hustle

This San Francisco-based newsletter sends out a daily email with a handful of important and interesting stories from the worlds of media, business and technology. Chockfull of insight, the informative write-ups offer all the necessary facts without ever boring you—thanks to the witty, tongue-in-cheek style. In short, this is the email that will ensure you have something to talk about before a work meeting or at drinks later tonight.

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The Hustle

This San Francisco-based newsletter sends out a daily email with a handful of important and interesting stories from the worlds of media, business and technology. Chockfull of insight, the informative write-ups offer all the necessary facts without ever boring you—thanks to the witty, tongue-in-cheek style. In short, this is the email that will ensure you have something to talk about before a work meeting or at drinks later tonight.

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Apps

iTranslate Converse
iTranslate Converse

iTranslate Converse

Like something out of a movie, this translation app works like a charm and in real-time. You simply turn your phone upside-down so the microphone is at the top, set your languages that will be translated and then tap and hold while you speak. iTranslate will detect and convert languages in either direction, and the first 300 translations per month are free.

Free on iOS (coming to Android this fall)

Vivino
Vinino

Vivino

If you're like us, when you're not sure what wine to get at the store, you judge a bottle by the label. Hey, good taste should lead to a good tasting wine, right? But now, instead of guessing, you can scan the label with Vivino and get ratings and tasting notes in seconds. You can also scan restaurant menus and the app will display the rating right next to the wines. Very cool and very helpful.

Free on iOS and Android

Instagram

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Dank Type

Dank Type

Just what the title promises. This aesthetically pleasing account offers exposure to high quality and creative typography examples, all elegantly placed on a serene black background. Let it populate your feed with good taste and sharp fonts.

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