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Bon’App Boston, MA

Providing the new standard for weight loss through nutrition education. Bon’App was created to improve the quality of life for people worldwide by providing a tool geared toward healthier eating habits. Think of Bon’App as an application that instantly tells you what’s in your food and how healthy it is for you. One of the many unique features of Bon’App is the voice activation function, which allows users to simply say a food or menu item—for example, ”grilled chicken”—and within seconds, it will show a list of branded or generic food items, as well as their Calories, Sugar, Salt, and Bad Fat. The Bon’App database covers over 95% of home foods, both branded and fresh, as well as most food items offered at US at restaurant chains.

Category: Food, Health & Fitness
Tags: app, calories, eating, food, free, health, healthy eating, lose weight, weight loss

Bufferbox Ontario, Canada

Missing parcel deliveries is frustrating! You're not home during the day, so why ship parcels there; ship them to your closest BufferBox Kiosk instead! Bufferbox have deployed kiosks that are conveniently located, allowing you to pick-up parcels securely, quickly and on your own schedule. Don't get stuck waiting for the delivery person when your parcels can be ready waiting for you instead. To ship to a BufferBox kiosk, have your item shipped to your BufferBox Address. For example, if you are buying something online, during the checkout process, you'll use your BufferBox Shipping Address as the shipping destination for the order. Using BufferBox is free!

Category: Transport & Travel
Tags: courier, deliveries, delivery, free, parcels, shipping

Duolingo Pittsburgh, PA

Free language education for the world. Learning languages in Duolingo is completely free – now and forever – with no ads or hidden fees. Wondering how that can be? It’s because you create value by translating real-world documents while you’re learning. Here’s how it works: Somebody who needs a webpage translated uploads it to Duolingo. That document then gets presented to Duolingo students who can translate it in order to practice the language they are learning. When the document is fully translated, Duolingo returns it to the original content owner who, depending on the type of document they uploaded, pays for the translation.

Category: Education
Tags: education, free, languages, learn languages, translation