Day 1 – Hemmingway App (Writing app)
Day 2 – PollEverywhere (PowerPoint audience participation add-in)
Day 3 – The Great Suspender (Memory Manager – Chrome add-in)
Day 4 – Grammarly (Writing -Chrome add-in)
Day 5 – Dropbox for Gmail (Chrome add-in)
Day 6-  Canva (online graphics tool)
Day 7-  Google Drive for MS Office (Office add-in)
Day 8-  Power User (add-in for PowerPoint)
Day 9-  PowerPoint Labs (add-in for PowerPoint)
Day 10 –  Lastpass (Password manager)

Do you ever overwhelmed by the volume of information coming at you every day?  You’re not alone, and today’s app can help you get things under control. Feedly is a feed reader that allows you to subscribe to the news sources you want and have them all come to you. (Think Amazon Prime vs going to a zillion different stores for your holiday shopping!)

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Feedly saves you time and effort by aggregating the best content into a single place, so you don’t need to go zooming all across the web to find the stuff you’re interested in most.

To me, Feedly is simply the  best way to follow your favorite blogs, news sites, YouTube shows, podcasts, tumblr blogs, magazines, eBay listings, Hulu shows and just about anything you want.

The free plan works great for me, and you can get even more features with the paid Pro plan. I also prefer to read my news in Feedly’s free iPad app, but you can also on your phone or a whole host of other apps as well.

If you’d like all your favorite news in one place, give Feedly a try—you’ll be glad you did!