A little positive psychology goes a lot further than nagging push notifications.
Flutter’s twitter management app isn’t available on mobile, but they’ll leave you a convenient reminder to check it out back on your desktop.
What an impressively broad lists of food & cultural interests Foursquare was able to gather about me in just a few minutes.
After reporting a speed trap on a Friday night, Waze let me know the next morning that my efforts were appreciated by the community.
Instead of making me type the code, I can click a link that bounces to Safari to verify me, then automatically redirects back to WhatsApp via custom url schemes.
When I cross-post my Instagrams to twitter, they’re smart enough to change a tagged username if someone’s Twitter handle is different than their Instagram.
Amazon recommended I try a longterm backup feature in S3 based on analyzing my behavior as the use case it was designed to accommodate. Slick.
The Facebook notifications globe rotates to show your continent when you’re in different parts of the world.
Credit to Max Burnside for showing me this one after traveling to Costa Rica.
When you switch to the setting for changing themes, Slack un-dims the settings overlay so you can preview themes with a clear view.
Every email settings page should be this simple.