Last Updated on October 2, 2022 by Dayanand Kadella

Hello Friends!

Welcome to the tools and resources page of ImDaya.

Here you will find some of the best tools and resources we have used and of course, are using to serve you at our possible best. These tools and resources have helped us a lot personally and have has given us great results. We believe that these will definitely help you on the journey to success.

Before letting you know our secret tools and resources that we have chosen carefully to help us serve you better, and hence for you. We would like you to know that some of these products (tools) have affiliate links with them. That means, if you buy through these links, which are provided below, we will get a small compensation of product vendor or company, which is called affiliate commission. But the important thing is this, that you won’t charge any extra cost other than the real price of the product.

Your trust is more important for us than the small money we make through links we provide you below, somewhere in the detail of these products. Therefore, we have given brief detail and some of their key features, which we personally believe are trustable and worthy for us.

1.   DigitalOcean

Selection of the Hosting Service was a big challenge for me. Because never wanted to compromise with the speed and efficiency of my website. It provides me a quick and easy way to host my website. Its droplet feature is amazing and easy to deploy, and also an inspiration for me to go with it.

DigitalOcean is an Internet Hosting Service or a Cloud Hosting Company that focuses on helps Web and App developers to launch their products faster and easier.  

DigitalOcean is an American company and founded on June 24, 2011. It began as a small start-up company located in New York City and has expanded rapidly, with over one million developers as customers, worldwide.

DigitalOcean’s mission is to make cloud computing easier for developers and businesses so they can spend more time building world-changing software. The ultimate objective of DigitalOcean is to employ a solid-state drive (SSD), to develop a user-friendly platform that will make it easy to quickly and efficiently transfer projects to and from the cloud for its diverse clientele.

2.   Namecheap

Namecheap is basically a Domain Name Provider and hosting service. It was founded in 2000 by Richard Kirkendall, and is based in Arizona USA.

I chose this because of some of the attractive features one of my close friends in the IT field told me about. It is cheap in price; For example, for .com it’s $6.16/year (including ICANN Fee $0.18) which I paid for my domain and also provide hosting if someday I make my mind to try its hosting. It has solid security features, flexible in domain management services, and also 24hr customer support available. The managing domain is very easy with Namecheap.

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3.   Grammarly

Can’t ignore this amazing tool. English is not my first language so I make mistakes sometimes, mostly during writing an article for my blog. Therefore, I must make sure its grammar and readability is all Okay or have to make some corrections.

I run my articles through the check on this tool and make my article more perfect. It gives also free access but most of the features are available in the premium version of the tool. But this time I am using its free version and getting an advantage from it a lot.

4.   GIGL

It is a mobile app that provides me the great knowledge. The Great Ideas Great Life –GIGL, is an Indian Online Book Summary store where every week GIGL team upload 10 to 12 new book summaries.

The summaries are always short and very clear. This is the biggest Made India Book Summary App. I can read, listen to audiobook summaries and also watch videos containing the essence of the book. It provides me text and audio in Hindi and English languages.

I can easily switch to the language in which I understand better, the Hindi or English version of most Book summaries on the Audio-Books section. I prefer the Hindi Language most of the time because it is very close to my native language Urdu and easy to understand without any effort. It has both free and paid subscriptions.

I use the free version because there is too much to learn for free, but later I may go for a premium subscription.

I may upgrade to premium in the future. Each day one book summary is my goal and successfully achieving it every day.

Key Features of the App are:

  1. Audio-Books
  2. e-Books
  3. Rate and Review
  4. Video
  5. Categories
  7. Recommendations
  8. Hindi and English options
  9. Share your reads and audios

5. Audible

Audible operates by giving you two free audiobooks for the first month of the registration and a complimentary 30-day trial.

It is a subsidiary of Amazon; whose founder Jeff Bezos is the richest man on the planet with an estimated net worth of $177 billion, which provides digital audiobooks.

You can purchase audiobooks from Audible and listen to them on a compatible Fire tablet, Kindle e-reader, Kindle reading app, or Audible app itself. Audible offers its listeners the greatest variety of audiobooks in the world. Audiobooks are ad-free at Amazon’s Audible store.

Blinkist is another option, with 100s of book summaries.

6.   Canva

Canva is freemium; free and premium, a graphic design platform that allows its users to create invitations cards, business cards, flyers, lesson plans, Zoom backgrounds, and more amazing designs using professionally designed templates available on Canva.

I create designs with it and publish them on my social media accounts and pages, and also design screenshots with the help of Canva tools. I upload photos, edit them to make them more attractive with texts, illustrations, and logos. Not only that, but I also use preexisting photos from Canva.

Find examples of my Canva art here: 11 YOUTUBE’S FEATURES YOU MAY NOT KNOW

7.   Unsplash

Unsplash is a free-to-use photo discovery platform that provides high-definition photos and footage. Since 2021, it has been owned by Getty Images.

Unsplash offers me a non-exclusive, unconditional, worldwide copyright license to download, print, copy, alter, distribute, perform, and use images from Unsplash for free, as well as for commercial purposes, without asking for permission from the photographer or attributing them to Unsplash. Paid images and footages are also available on Unsplash but I always go with free ones. Although it is very much appreciated whenever images are credited, therefore I never hesitate to give credit to the photographer.

8.   HP Laptop

I use laptop for my business most of the time, although a mobile phone is also pretty much helpful in most cases. Details of this can be found here.

9.   Lightshot

I use this to capture screenshots of my laptop screen. It is easy to install and use the software. The cool thing about this software is, it allows me to take a screenshot of the size I want.