Friend of the app Ed Smoluk – @eddiesmo – has a great write up about Braintoss and how it makes him more productive. Check out his blog post here.
Back Tap is just what it sounds like: it lets you tap the back of your iPhone to perform an action. The intended use case is to turn on another accessibility feature, such as VoiceOver or to perform an action on a hardware Switch Control. But the feature is extremely versatile: it can be set […]
I don’t remember exactly when I came first across Braintoss, but it was early days when the app was still free. I’ve always been fascinated by speech-to-text, and was an early adopter of software like Dragon Naturally Speaking and Otter. I am a screenwriter and producer for movies and television, and at first I thought […]
It is not every day that we open our inbox to find such a glowing endorsement as the one we received from Stefan Lubinski. In response to our newsletter article he sent us a complete endorsement video! And he was kind enough to let us share it. Thank you Stefan. But don’t take our word […]
If you’re a Braintoss user, then you know our idea-recording app is designed to help people on the go – like this CEO, who needs to spend a lot of time in his car, and doesn’t want anything to fall through the cracks between his commutes and client meetings. In our second Q&A with the […]
Could Braintoss be doing more for you? Could it actually make your working life easier, too? We first thought up Braintoss as a way for individuals to quickly record memos on the go, capturing their thoughts while they’re fresh, so they’d be waiting in their inboxes when they got home. But sometimes our users surprise […]
We are very happy to announce that you can send your Braintoss messages to your Microsoft To Do app. To learn how to set up the Braintoss app on your phone to work with Microsoft To Do we made a special support article. Read all about it here!
We are very excited to see that Braintoss is among the Best Apps of 2020 in the Dutch App Store! Thank you all for your support!