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Software Description:

Readdu is the best way to keep your finger on the pulse of what's important in areas you care about. Timely updates from the best sites, blogs, and magazines merged in a single beautiful stream.

Readdu is all about exquisite experience and intelligent design. Staying in touch with content you love means taking UI away and giving prominence to content, and content only. It means taking away the slavery of manually marking stories "READ" and dragging them around to folders. Ultimately, it means respecting your limited time and attention. And this is what Readdu does.

Readdu is an RSS reader with a markdown-like editor for organising feeds, single-focus stream, automatically decreasing counters, one-click catalog of feeds and more.

Software Description:

Part of the Microsoft Office suite, Onenote is a cloud-based SaaS note taking tool that allows you the freedom and flexibility to access your content on any device and from any location. OneNote has all the features that you could ever want in a note-taking tool, offering capabilities such as categories, tagging and formatting options that make marking up your notes a breeze. It offers sharing capabilities that bring to life brainstorming projects and ideas with your partners.

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  • markdown-like feed editor

  • one-click feed catalog (Design, Web Design, Usability, Startups, Marketing and more)

  • responsive design: desktop, tablet, mobile

  • "ambient" UI

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