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Train to be your most productive self with the help of these five apps


We sometimes hate to admit it, but we’re not always productive as we should be. Sometimes, even if we claim to be masters of multitasking, we still tend to spread ourselves a bit too thin, leading to burnout and extreme exhaustion. But the key to preventing this from happening repeatedly is to work smarter and not harder, and the Superhuman Lifetime Subscription Bundle contains all the secrets to enhanced productivity and efficiency.

Available on sale for only $79, this bundle nets you access to five highly-rated apps that can turn you into something akin to a superhuman — a total productivity machine. You’ll get a lifetime subscription to Utalk which lets you master any two languages of your choice in a way that no other language learning app can, and lifetime pass to 7 Speed Reading, a tool that can help you to read up to 3.471 with 100% comprehension. You’ll also be granted lifetime access to Integrity Training, a platform that offers on-demand training on a wide variety of topics, including IT certification, project management, business and soft skills, sales and marketing, design, big data, programming languages, blockchain development, and more.

And because you can’t be productive if you’re not physically and mentally healthy, you’ll also get a lifetime subscription to MindFi, an app that helps you decompress and boost your focus, as well as a lifetime subscription to Fitterclub, a fitness program that will help you whip yourself back into shape.

For a limited time, you can get all these apps for only $79 and be well on your way to becoming superhuman.

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My Android phone as a car key? Yes please!

Apple recently announced something at its WWDC live stream conference that really caught my eye. No, not those things that Android has had for years like better home screen management and widgets. As a matter of fact, it was the concept of digital car keys.I’ve been on a crusade lately to find a great organizer for my keys. There’s something about what Apple has going that gets me thinking that this could be the final step to my pocket euphoria.The new partnership between Apple and car manufacturers will allow users to unlock or start their vehicle via Near Field Communication, or NFC. If this sounds familiar, it’s because the technology has been around for a while now. It’s used for beaming files from one phone to another or for tap-to-pay at checkouts.From the looks of it, this will work almost identically to how wireless payments are processed. Cars will have a receiver built into the door handle to unlock the car and another one in the dash area to allow for ignition.It’s not necessarily a new idea as companies like Hyundai, BMW, and Tesla have offered this with proprietary apps. What makes this different is that Apple bakes it directly into the operating system. No app to download, open, or learn; just Apple Wallet.Hey Google, copy AppleI sincerely hope that Google is working on a similar development path. I would love to have my next car have the ability to be locked, unlocked, and started by my Pixel.As we move towards a world without a physical wallet or at least one where we’re less dependent on one, digital car security seems like a natural progression.Google has a great working relationship and blueprints with car OEMs to follow with Carplay and Android Auto. Much like BMW will be Apple’s first, premium carmakers were the first to adopt pluggable infotainment like Android Auto. Google can take these baby steps with high-end cars to hone this new feature and morph it into a standard feature for all vehicles.Google can also partner with manufacturers that are always looking at technology as an advantage no matter the sticker price of the car. Hyundai and Kia specifically have in-house app solutions with similar features and were also early adopters of Android Auto in the US. I could easily see both brands interested in a feature like this as a unique and compelling selling factor over its (much) more expensive rivals.Tread LightlyAs we see in all forms of emerging tech, especially those around mobile devices, security measures, and extra precaution will be paramount. Similar to self-driving cars and other areas where we hand permission over to technology, we’ll have to move at a deliberate and measured pace.With that said, Google has plenty of experience in the area of security. I’m sure face unlock and the new Titan chips for Pixels can both be leveraged. Apple has a quick feature turned on by default but face unlock can be turned on for added assurance in the settings.Tomorrow Can’t Come Soon EnoughWith all that said, I can’t wait to see this as an option for Android. I long for the days for fewer things to carry when leaving the house. An encrypted digital device that never leaves my hands seems like the right place for them to land.I can already unlock my house, set my alarm, and check my wifi network all from remote locations. Why wouldn’t being able to start and unlock my car on the go be the next frontier?How About You?What about the rest of you out there? Do you hope this is in the next version of Android? Do you trust the concept enough to consider leaving a physical key behind?  Let us know in the comments.

Just $30, this 62-hour training bundle will turn you into a CompTIA Linux Network pro

The tech world is heading for the cloud, and it’s doing it at an increasingly faster pace. Consider for a moment, more than half of all professionals are currently using the cloud for projects, or plan to migrate to the cloud.When it comes to managing businesses in 2020, it takes more than having someone on your team who can “mess with” things. You don’t want that for troubleshooting and configuration and sure don’t want it for security.CompTIA is the voice of the world’s information technology (IT) industry. It’s what enables professionals to be more successful and leads to with industry-leading IT certifications and IT business credentials, IT education, resources, and more.Show up for a job interview with CompTIA credentials under your belt and your prospective employer will know you not only have IT skills, but you also show a commitment to your career and continued learning.If this sounds like something that you’d be interested in? Go to the AndroidGuys Deals Store today and you’ll find the CompTIA Linux Network Professional Bundle on sale for just $29.99.Included in the online training bundle is some 62 hours of instructor-led content on CompTIA Linux+ (XK0-004) and CompTIA Network+ (N10-007). What does that mean to you? It means learning the current trends and tools in today’s tech environment and how to work with them.CompTIA Linux+ (XK0-004)Practice an organized test-preparation routine through the use of proven series elements & techniquesUnderstand hardware & system configurationLearn Linux troubleshooting & diagnosticsLearn about systems operation & maintenance along w/ security measures and operationsCompTIA Network+ (N10-007)Describe the features of different network protocols & products for LANs, WANs, and wireless networksUnderstand the functions & features of TCP/IP addressing and protocolsIdentify threats to network security & appropriate countermeasures and controlsInstall & configure network cabling and appliancesManage, monitor & troubleshoot networksGet Started Today!Valued at nearly $600, this online training bundle is yours for just $29.99 right now, a savings of more than 90%. It’s yours for as long as you want and you’ll even get certificates of completion when you’re done.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

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