Hillel's Tech Corner: It's like music to global ears

JoyTunes offers a platform that uses cutting-edge technology we will get into later to help you learn to play a musical instrument.

Chelsea Football Club launches official training app

The new app offers users an AI based virtual coach, an advanced computer vision and augmented reality program, that can help anyone and anywhere to practice and perfect their skills.

New NYC app hopes to change the rules of the rental market

The concept is rather simple but sounds promisingly efficient. Renters which use the app can share their opinion about the brighter and less brighter aspects of their apartments.

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Northern Ireland launches UK's first COVID-19 tracker app

The developer NearForm, which hopes the app will become a blueprint eventually synching up all of Europe, launched a similar app in Ireland on July 8, and cases can now be traced across the island's open border by two separate health services.

Israeli unicorn launches pioneering feature to build custom app

While not specifically created for the purpose of remote working, many of the company’s features were reoriented towards this need as countries imposed lockdowns to contain the coronavirus outbreak.

New Holocaust app puts players in shoes of Jewish boy in 1930s Berlin

The development of the app is notable not only from an educational standpoint, but also from the perspective of the medium of video games, which has traditionally forgone discussing the Holocaust.

The Private Kit mobile app, which aims to help authorities with contact tracing efforts to curb the
Israeli contact tracing app raises privacy concerns in US

“The data is basically public. So not even the government owns it."

Israeli–Estonian start-up offers mindfulness to COVID-19-plagued world

The mindfulness and relaxation app will be free in 14 countries – including Israel, the US, the UK, Australia and Canada – until July 31

Israeli middle schoolers create app to help students in time of crisis

“Our goal is to change the education system by making sure that every student is seen and heard,” 14-year-old Itay told The Jerusalem Post.

mental health
Israeli app allows online psychiatric evaluations for mental health patients

This is the first time a replacement service to hospitalization has been made available in Israel.

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