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  2. Apple Mail - Wikipedia

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    Apple Mail (officially known as simply Mail) is an email client included by Apple Inc. with its operating systems macOS, iOS and watchOS.Apple Mail grew out of NeXTMail, which was originally developed by NeXT as part of its NeXTSTEP operating system, after Apple's acquisition of NeXT in 1997.

  3. Calendaring software - Wikipedia

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    The software may be a local application designed for individual use (such as the Lightning extension for Mozilla Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook without Exchange Server, or Windows Calendar) or may be a networked package that allows for the sharing of information between users (such as Mozilla Sunbird, Windows Live Calendar, Google Calendar, or ...

  4. Prismatic (app) - Wikipedia

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    The initial technical and design research was completed in the winter of 2010. The first prototypes were ready by April 2011. Invitation only beta opened in April 2012 followed by a public web app release in June 2012. An iPhone app was released in August 2012. Prismatic released version 2.0.0 on Apple's App Store in December 2013. Funding

  5. Feedly - Wikipedia

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    Like its web counterpart, the mobile application employs a minimalistic interface that imitates a magazine spread. However, unlike the browser extension, the Feedly app cannot load an entire article. Instead, it will present a summary, and a link to the actual article. [8]

  6. WhatsApp - Wikipedia

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    WhatsApp Messenger, or simply WhatsApp, is an American freeware, cross-platform centralized instant messaging (IM) and voice-over-IP (VoIP) service owned by Meta Platforms. It allows users to send text messages and voice messages, make voice and video calls, and share images, documents, user locations, and other content.

  7. Microsoft Kaizala - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Kaizala is a secure messaging and work management software application for collaboration among users inside and outside of organizations, including the ability to send and receive instant messages, coordinate tasks, and submit invoices.

  8. Flipboard - Wikipedia

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    In February 2015, Flipboard became available on the web. Up until then, Flipboard was a mobile app, only available on tablets and mobile phones. The web client provides webpage links on desktop browsers, and lacks some features of the client software.

  9. Landing page - Wikipedia

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    A landing page may be part of a microsite or a single page within an organization's main web site. Landing pages are often linked to social media , e-mail campaigns, search engine marketing campaigns, high quality articles or " affiliate account " in order to enhance the effectiveness of the advertisements.