Skip to main content

9 Best Digital Subscriptions you must have in 2020

The 9 Digital Subscriptions You Should Bring With You In 2020

Today, most of our actions advanced by technology accompany a price. A price we still pay monthly, despite having only entered our card information once. That’s the sweetness of the recurring payment model of subscriptions.
It’s worth mentioning that this list was created by someone who is pleased with its frugality, knowing that every penny-pinched and economy flight allows them another day to take a position in making their dreams a reality.

If you too are looking to save lots of money, spend mindfully, forge better relationships with technology, or just give a bad-ass gift this season, then this list is for you.

Let’s begin.

1. Canva | $12.95 | Sydney, AUS | CEO: Melanie Perkins

It is a graphic-design tool that uses a drag-and-drop format, vector images, graphics, and fonts, provides access to photographs, and includes professional layouts to style consistently stunning graphics.

No matter how many times we lie around judging books by their covers, we do. Well, Canva is now making tons of book covers. 

Good branding is letter of invitation to explore the contents within and whether a book, a bottle or another product, good branding can either capture or dismiss our curiosity.

Canva allows you to have distinguished yourself, your work, and your brand.

In 2019, Canva was a significant reason for the growth I experienced because I was ready to have ownership over my brand without having tool-specific expertise together does with the Adobe or Microsoft suites. 

The commands were familiar, making learning it fun, and creating my very own assets increased the arrogance of my offering.

2. Medium | $5.00 | San Francisco, CA | CEO: Ev Williams

Medium | $5.00 | San Francisco, CA | CEO: Ev Williams
It is a web publishing platform with a hybrid collection of amateur and professional people and publications, or exclusive blogs or publisher. 

It offers all users 3 reads per month before introducing a paywall, which once a member of allows for unlimited engagement.

That’s to not mention the frequency of advertisements framing your page as you scroll through articles or past click-bait titles screaming READ ME!

Medium is a home for readers and writers to have interaction with pace. Authors control distribution, so a letter to the editor will be published immediately, accelerating the pace of conversation. Accelerating the pace of education. 

You can also earn money on Medium by enrolling in their partner program which pays writers, so you’ll likely earn your membership fee’s back. 

In a way, Medium is Spotify for writers, and your Facebook comment sections if all of your “friends” were compassionate, curious, and respectful.

3. Luminary | $3.99 | NY | CEO: Simon Sutton

Luminary | $3.99 | NY | CEO: Simon Sutton
Luminary is that the first paid podcast platform and honestly, it had been only a matter of your time. Podcasts are the simplest free education out there, and therefore the hosts need to be fairly compensated beyond pre-roll ad spend. 

Podcast hosts like Guy Raz, Michael Barbaro, and Rich Roll, and their guests, became my professors. And they’ve kept their show’s liberal to hear through other platforms.

But, for a way long will they abstain from the consolidation? 

In opposition to Luminary, one may argue for free of charge podcast platforms (I still use the Podcast App from Apple) and therefore the difference I will be able to include is quality. 

Anyone can create a podcast on other platforms, so consider Luminary a litmus test answering the question, is that this worth a listen?

Even with the decision still out, Luminary has slashed their pricing and is now offering subscriptions for $3.99 per month for 12 months + 1 month free, so for $12 I’d encourage you to undertake it out for 3 months. 

Who knows, maybe you’ll be encouraged to make your own podcast, pitch it to Luminary, and start generating revenue from it.

4. Spotify | $2.50 | Stockholm, SWE| CEO: Daniel Ek

Spotify | $2.50 | Stockholm, SWE| CEO: Daniel Ek
Spotify may be a music streaming platform where the proper music or podcast is usually at your fingertips.

Music delivers joy and improves our moods. A $2.50 monthly fee to unlimited music and podcasts.

To feature more though, consider Spotify because the soundtrack to your commute, your workday, your workout, your life.

Especially attractive is Spotify if you select to not pursue a Luminary subscription with the quantity of podcasts included.

Spotify individual pricing plans begin at $9.99 per month, except for $14.99, 6 relations can use Spotify, lowering the individual monthly price to $2.50, so let your dinner tablemates realize this steal.

5. Down Dog | $7.99 | San Francisco, CA | CEO: Benjamin Simon

Down Dog | $7.99 | San Francisco, CA | CEO: Benjamin Simon
Down Dog Yoga is unique yoga practice. With over 30,000 different configurations, and multiple levels, voices, and settings you're ready to individualize your practice, whenever.

With Down Dog, if I’m inspired to fall under a practice, or only want to dedicate quarter-hour, I’m empowered to try to so.

Yoga has been proven to scale back anxiety, reduce depression, and lower stress levels, and Down Dog gives you all of those benefits monthly for a fraction of what you’d spend at a studio. 

And, if you favor to practice with others, turn the quantity up and invite them over to flow with you! (Sorry if this is often against the principles Down Dog).

6. Insight Timer | Free | Sydney, AUS | CEO: Christopher Plowman

Insight Timer | Free | Sydney, AUS | CEO: Christopher Plowman
Did you recognize that folks spend almost 3x longer on Insight Timer than many other apps who have 10 times more downloads and a bazillion times more revenue? 

Insight Timer is that the world's largest free library of guided meditations on earth and therefore the world’s most loved meditation Timer.

You’ve read the articles about meditation, have tried and did not keep a practice, or maybe lied about having a practice on a primary date. Whatever your truth is, I don’t care. What I care about is Insight Timer.

Insight Timer is that the reason I even have a lively 54-day meditation streak, and sit twice daily, 20 and 10 minutes respectively. 

Meditation is proven to raised preserve our brains, improve our mind focus and happiness, reduce anxiety and pain, and improve cognitive function.

7. Strava | Free | San Francisco, CA | CEO: James Quarles

Strava | Free | San Francisco, CA | CEO: James Quarles
The first social fitness network, Strava is that the favorite app for runners and cyclists.

It's a world user community of over 40 million and a team that spends every day checking out new ways to inspire athletes and make the sports they love even more fun.

8. Mailchimp | Free | Atlanta, GA | CEO: Ben Chestnut

Mailchimp | Free | Atlanta, GA | CEO: Ben Chestnut

Mailchimp is an all-in-one marketing platform, most ordinarily used for email marketing.

Email lists are measured by the worth of every subscriber. That individual subscriber value may be a constantly debated metric and sometimes shared only it’s of a powerful value. 

Subscriber worth aside, the important message here is to stay an email list. In 2009, Mailchimp, introduced a free plan for those with under 2,000 contacts. 

If this is often the primary time you’re hearing of Mailchimp then this is probably you. If you’re an entrepreneur or creator of anything, Mailchimp is some things to familiarize yourself with. 

It’s pretty impressive that Mailchimp offers this for free of charge, and it totally reasons enough to cancel that $25 annual mail merge extension.

9. Tap | Free | Santa Monica, CA | CEO: Samuel Ian Rosen

Tap | Free | Santa Monica, CA | CEO: Samuel Ian Rosen
FindTap may be a first of its kind drinking network for smarter cities and a cleaner planet. With their app, users find the closest place to refill a bottle within seconds.

This may not be a subscription, but it's something to use monthly. No, daily.

Never underestimate the facility of two things:


That the sum of small acts can change the planet.

With this app, you can reduce your live more hydrated, single-use plastic, and presumably discover some cool new shops that double as refill stations.

Okay now, that’s the list.

One thing you'll have noticed is that this list doesn't include Netflix, Hulu, YouTube TV or the other streaming service. 

This was intentional.... 

As entertaining because the content within these platforms is, the bulk of shows and series don't support a growth mindset. If anything, they encourage unhealthy and stationary behaviors. 

This, including price increases thanks to the dissolution of the many streaming platforms, validated the exclusion. 

Or, if you enjoy reading, open an area borrower's card and access their digital downloads from anywhere. Another free service.


A 2020 challenge for any reader still with me is to delete Uber, Lyft, or the other ride-sharing apps.

Within the absence of those services, choose walking, riding a bicycle, or transportation system, and observe your surroundings, instead of rush from destination to destination. 

At first, this may be challenging, that’s why it's a bonus, but be hospitable it. You'll find out how to arrange your day better, improve your travel planning, and should just meet some incredible people along the way.


Popular posts

37 Horrible Failed Baking Attempts Pics in Quarantine

Peoples are showing their hidden talent in baking while being quarantined. But sometimes talent goes wrong. See how!!!! 1. What to say🤔

Covid-19: 38 Pics of How reopening looks new and different around the world

How reopening looks new and different around the world at the time of pandemic? Most of us have been locked down for almost more than a month, as coronavirus prowls outside. After a month of lockdown home sick, cabin fever, boredom is on the peak but now world is coming back to normal. Also, many countries easing their lockdown restrictions.

As the restrictions are being slowly getting removed, countries are taking many protective measures to ensure everyone is protected from this pandemic.
There are many new creative and protective measures which some of you may not know like UV sterilizer on the escalator, hand sanitizing stations, glass partition in the gym to robots measuring body temperature.
Let's see how the reopening looks like around the world after a lockdown.....
1. #This UV Handrail Sterilizer On An Escalator In Hong Kong 2. #Danish Supermarket provides Hand-Washing Station which is Set Up Outside For Shoppers 3. #UV Sanitizer That Gym-Goers Can Use To Clean Their Pho…

Facebook offers $100M to 30 countries to small businesses

Facebook offers $100M to 30 countries small businesses that are heavily impacted by COVID-19:Facebook on Tuesday said it was offering $100 to small businesses of 30 countries which are largely impacted by Coronavirus Epidemic.
Company's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg said Facebook is investing $100 million to help 30,000 small businesses in over 30 countries where our employees live and work.
Small business are the heart of the local community and their peoples.But In a couple of months, this virus completely ruined by the outbreak. Longer this epidemic will stay, the more economic crisis will taking place to these small businesses and eventually the livelihoods of the owner as well as employee.

In my view, Company should be praised for standing with small business at the time of crisis. Well i also think It also wants to help, as it has a huge earning with its ads program with these small business which is directly influenced by the crisis.

Well whatever the case overall tec…

18 pics of Awkward moments during Pandemic

Awkward things happened at the time of this outbreakAt the time when people are focusing on social distancing, many new rules are being made in order to encourage social distancing but some of these went wrong like blocking of school campus, sanitizing your money by running through the microwave, eating with gloved hands directly. See much more.... 
1. School blocked off the common area to encourage social distancing, but it went wrong:

2.This person tried to sanitize its money by running it through the microwave and see what happened: