GitHub is a platform for collaborating on code repositories. People also use it to submit issues about software.
Curiosity integrates with GitHub to give you:
Dropbox is a popular app for cloud storage. It lets you access your files from different devices and share them with others.
Curiosity works with Dropbox to let you:
Just add Dropbox in the "Home" tab of Curiosity and you're good to go.
You can now connect Gmail to Curiosity.
Curiosity let's you easily find emails in Gmail. You can even quickly jump to text snippets deep inside attachments so you get more done.
Wearing many hats can quickly get overwhelming. With Spaces we want you to gain back control of your work.
Organize your data, contacts, emails and more in Spaces, and search only on what's relevant for your projects or interests.
Note: Creating a Space won't change where things are stored, they're just a handy place to keep things together.
The command bar is the heart of Curiosity. With Alt + Space you can quickly open the command bar and directly search from everywhere.
With the latest update, we've added a lot of new functionalities to help you find everything and get more done. Filter your search by file type, app, time or others to find exactly what you need.
Here are some of the things you can do:
You can see all available commands and filters by clicking the funnel next to search bar.
Ready to step into the dark side? Curiosity now comes with Dark mode. Just click the toggle above the settings ⚙ icon and Curiosity turns dark.
The command bar is at the heart of Curiosity. You can now open it from everywhere by hitting Alt + Space.
Slack is a messaging app that lets you communicate in channels. Everybody loves Slack, and with good reason. At Curiosity we’ve worked with Slack from day one.
With Curiosity you can use to with Slack so you can:
Just do a search and related slack messages will appear.