Oyper, a Belarusian-American startup and Google Partner, announced earlier in March that, for the remaining part of Q1 2020 at least, it would be donating its income to organizations combatting the epidemic.
«The board of directors decided unanimously to donate all our revenue from API subscription to video monetization starting March 23, 2020 and for the rest of the quarter to healthcare institutions and public organizations involved in the fight against coronavirus,» Oyper CEO Kiryl Sidarchuk noted in a blogpost.
In a similar post titled «Prioritizing People Over Profit», PandaDoc, a document automation software developer, introduced their new Free eSign plan, which aims to help keep businesses running and people working during this uncertain time. Free eSign gives companies worldwide unlimited document uploads, unlimited eSignatures and payment processing capabilities for unlimited users, and all of this, free of charge.
Developers at Loóna have been working on an app to help people quickly disconnect from stress and restore their mental and emotional balance at the end of a long day. Its «sleepscapes» — guided sessions combining activity-based relaxation, storytelling, and sounds — are designed to get users into the perfect mood for sleep. The team have now decided to move up the worldwide release of the app in light of the pandemic and make all of its exclusive content available free of charge till the end of April 2020.