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Lifehack has been expanding its number of posts per week over the past few months, and we’re looking to add more and more to the site to enhance the overall reader experience. Today marks another of these enhancements — the first being Lifehack Deals — as we are pleased to announce the launch of Lifehack Apps, a destination where you can discover apps that fall into what we talk about here at Lifehack.
What is Lifehack Apps?
Powered by Appstores, Lifehack Apps features apps from all of the major platforms sorted into categories that are based on our blog post categories (Productivity, Money, Management, Technology, Lifestyle and Communication). Lifehack Apps can be viewed in a variety of ways, as you can look at apps based on rating, price, popularity and more. Each app entry will feature a description, and as the store continues to populate, we will be adding editorial reviews as well. Lifehack Apps allows us to conduct more reviews for apps within a portal dedicated to just that — allowing us to focus on using the Lifehack blog for articles that aren’t so much review-based. Whenever we touch on an app, it will bring you — the reader — to Lifehack Apps so that you can read a more comprehensive entry on the app itself. You’ll get a better sense of what the app is about, our thoughts on it (as well as the thoughts of other readers), and be able to decide whether it is right for you.
Lifehack Apps will also be curated by our editors so that we can offer the best experience possible. That means you’ll get the lowdown on all kinds of apps that fit in with what we do here at Lifehack, and you’ll be able to add you own two cents with the commenting system that Appstores serves up at the portal. That makes our Lifehack Apps portal not only a great place to discover apps, but a place where you can discuss those discoveries as well.
We’re just getting started with Lifehack Apps as there is a lot more to it than meets the eye. We’re sorting through the various apps already mentioned and fine-tuning the experience in the process. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments below. And remember — this is just another of the ways we’re looking to enhance the Lifehack experience for you, our readers. Let us know how we’re doing…and thanks for reading!
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