Doordash launching “Main Street Strong” to help restaurants navigate the recovery phase of the pandemic.
Doordash offering zero delivery fees on orders from locals each Saturday in June to help the locals make more money.
The company is also launching a suite of new products, programs and policies to help restaurants grow their business.
This includes a turnkey solution called Doordash Storefront to help locals create their own online stores with one click.
Uber aiming to help families save on food delivery orders.
Look for ‘Family Style Meals’ on the Uber Eats app.
Uber highlighting restaurants offering special meal deals or family-size portions.
Available at all Uber Eats locations this month.
It the pandemic put you out of work, the app ‘Headspace‘ wants to help.
You can get a one-year subscription to ‘Headspace Plus’ for free.
Hundreds of guided meditations and courses on stress and getting more sleep, even relationships.
There are at-home workouts and guided runs for the mind-body connection.
The goal is help you feel less stressed, more resilient and kinder to yourself.
Spotify lifting the cap so your music collection can now be unlimited.
No more removing songs or albums to make room for new tunes.
Users have been asking for this change for years.
Netflix users, if you’ve been inactive expect to get the old “it’s not you, it’s me” line.
The Flix will ask if you want to stay a member. Say no or don’t respond and you’ll be canceled.
The emails going out now.
Don’t cry for Netlfix, inactive accounts are less than one-half of one-percent.
Netflix is coming off one of its strongest quarters ever as the pandemic forced many to stay home and…..chill.