1. Will It Fly?
by Thomas K. McKnight
Find out if your business idea has merit before pursuing it.
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Defining the best mobile search depends on what your needs are. Do you want search primarily for the web? Or to find stuff on your phone? Most mobile search engines combine both web and device results, usually with a prioritization of one over the other. Essentially, it comes down to finding the right one for your needs.
From remembering where you parked your car to entertaining you with Candy Crush Saga, your phone has an app for everything.
We waded through lists of productivity apps to find the ten most users agree are the best.
Let us know if you have a favorite that we missed.
The following infographic arms you with five effective habits you can implement throughout your day to maximize your output.
With Business Search you can use WhereDat to search inside the most important apps you rely on, like Gmail, Dropbox, or Evernote.
A study conducted at the Institute of Psychiatry found that multitasking (usually in the form of incoming e-mail and phone calls) lowers your IQ by as much as 10 points.
As though a lower IQ wasn’t enough reason to put the phone on silent, there’s reason to believe that the cognitive impairment from multitasking isn’t temporary. Research suggests that repeated multitasking can alter the structure of your brain over time...
No, not literally...
This is all about minimizing distractions. Don't be easy to contact. In other words—get lost.
This ties back to getting rid of distractions. Avoiding that thing called ‘multitasking’ will make you more productive.
From the beginning, WhereDat was built to utilize both deep links and deep search. We built it that way because it's the fastest way to search, allowing our app to search both your phone content and the content inside your apps. That's the cool part...