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Shef enables home cooks to share their culture through food
Thailand native Srisaowalak Pobpuch learned to cook from her mother, who ran a popular food stall in the Wat Krut neighborhood of Bangkok. After moving to Georgia, she wanted to teach Atlantans how authentic...
What creating a grief app taught me about connection
Western culture idolizes feeling good, making us chronically incapable of facing human fragility. People shun discussions of death. They fear talking about grief. If you haven’t yet squirmed in grief’s grip, I’m sorry to say, it’s ahead.
Love at first swipe: What dating apps tell us about Atlantans
February means Valentine’s Day, which means romance, which now means swiping right. We asked some of the most popular dating apps to share some Atlanta-centric trends.
The pros and cons of ClassPass
For some studios, ClassPass helps fill spots that might otherwise have been empty. But some studio owners complain that ClassPassers are purely price-driven, unlikely to become repeat customers, and see less impressive results because they don’t consistently practice any particular fitness discipline.
3 Atlanta-developed apps for a healthier summer
These locally developed apps can help you plan meals, find online workouts, and connect with exercise buddies.
An Atlanta-based app uses blockchain to make it easier for patients to access their health information
Atlanta-based app Patientory is trying to improve the global, multibillion-dollar health records system. Here's how it works.
Atlanta-based app Looklive lets you dress like you’re stepping off the red carpet
Google “David Beckham style” and one of the first results is Atlanta-based app Looklive. The startup digital platform, launched in 2016 by cofounders Scooter Taylor and Chidiebere Kalu, lets users shop celebrity fashion and cheaper, similar items.
Need to relax? Try this Atlanta-based meditation app
Atlanta-based meditation app Welzen is like a gym for the mind. CEO Esteban Gonzalez launched the platform in 2016, applying his e-commerce background to the mental relaxation industry.
With ReSupply app, five Army officers are hoping to make donating to charity easier than ever
This Veterans Day, Army officers Paul Tocci, Kevin Epp, Brendan Buckley, Corey Reiser, and Eric Osteen will give back to their community by debuting in Atlanta a new mobile app that seeks to make giving to charity an everyday task—ReSupply
New Beauty App: Colour
Black women too often have to choose between long waits for hair appointments or inexperienced stylists. A new local app called Colour, founded by Debra Shigley, offers vetted salon services on demand.