11 Tech Tools Everyone will be Using in 20233 min read.
As technology for businesses continues to evolve, harness the power of the latest tools to enhance projects and streamline your workflow in 2023.
1. Magic Eraser
This intuitive tool lives up to its name, removing unwanted elements of a photo in seconds. Simply upload your images, draw around the part you want removed and voila.
Their free plan currently offers unlimited edits. Score.
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How about an online video creator that takes your written content, such a blog posts or scripts, and transforms it into an engaging video within a few minutes?
These videos can be used as social media content, saving you time and effort making your own from scratch.
Lumen5 automatically creates a template storyboard, so you can add or delete slides to fit your vision. It has an intuitive drag and drop interface and you can convert the format to suit different social media.
3. Tiny Wow
Easily remove a background from a photo, compress images, download social media videos, convert file types and more.
This page is a one-stop-shop for free tools you'd have to pay for on other design platforms.
Using artificial intelligence, Otter.ai transcribes your speech into text. You can use it for meeting notes, interviews, podcasts or just to capture your thoughts. Simply upload your pre-existing audio or hit record to transcribe in real-time.
The service also scans your conversations to construct an outline, highlighting key questions and talking points.
Descript is designed to streamline the video/audio editing process and can be used for podcasts, social content, presentations, and YouTube videos.
The tool converts video or audio recordings into text, so you can delete or replace parts you don’t like, by editing parts of the transcription, for a more polished final product.
One feature even helps you cut out filler words from your speech; you literally cannot ‘uhm’ and ‘ah’ over this software.
Stable Diffusion is a text-to-image generator that can produce images, ranging from cartoonish to photo-realistic, in seconds, when given a written prompt.
You can keep it simple or get creative with the detail. Either way the results are impressive.
Need an image of an ‘underwater city’? You got it.
Take a minute to trial out their content generator playground.
Have you ever baulked at the sound of your own voice on a recording?
WellSaid offers AI generated voices to read out text, so you don’t have to. Minimise time (and cringe) spent creating captivating audio with their innovative text to speech feature.
There’s a range of voice avatars to choose from, all with a cadence and intonation that feels realistic.
You can listen to some voice samples here.
Once a staple reserved for sci-fi films, this cool bit of tech allows you to turn your text into videos using eerily good AI avatars.
Create engaging educational materials, product training videos or presentations without the need for expensive kit.
Synthesia can process over 65 languages and the customisation even allows for a choice of narration style and accent. Choose between professional actor avatars or create a custom one for your brand.
They even have Santa on the payroll…
Picmonkey claims to be the best photo editing tool that offers a wide range of features.
You can use the touch up, colour changer, background remover and more artsy effects.
If you want to test it for yourself, they're currently offering a free trial.
This tool replaces numbers on a spreadsheet with real conversations, turning customers’ unmoderated feedback into deeper insights.
Businesses can use Discuss to develop new concepts, make more informed decisions about their products and create sharable highlight reels.
It’s already used by Ford, HP and Mastercard among others.
ClickASnap prides itself on being the only photo sharing platform where you can cash in on your photos, whilst retaining your image rights.
It has both amateur and professional photography, boasts more than a million members, and users can expect to earn 70 cents each time their photo is viewed.