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A name so synonymous with intuitive, sleek tech, the word “iPhone” has almost reached the ubiquity of “Band-Aid” to describe an entire product category.
The Google Home app makes installation and maintenance intuitive–it walks you through initial set-up, and even has added features like “Family WiFi” that allows you to restrict content and monitor device usage time.
“Our finding fits the intuitive idea that positive social interactions are a basic human need, and acute loneliness is an aversive state that motivates people to repair what is lacking, similar to hunger.”You’re not crazy—you really hunger for social contact, scientists say|kdunn6|November 24, 2020|Fortune
Keyboard Maestro is slightly more complicated in terms of building actions, so if you don’t find it as intuitive as Alfred, you can get more information on how the app works by clicking on Tutorial from the Help menu.
In fact, it is not so much intuitive as counterintuitive, so it takes a little bit of mental work.How Pseudoscientists Get Away With It - Facts So Romantic|Stuart Firestein|August 28, 2020|Nautilus
A volunteer I spoke to at length, Julia Cohen, explained to me that the miraculous power of Amma is her intuitiveness.
Guynemer differed from them mentally, too, possessing neither their instinct nor their intuitiveness.Georges Guynemer|Henry Bordeaux
Yet, with all her intuitiveness, she found him difficult and enigmatic.The Eye of Dread|Payne Erskine
Still more valuable perhaps is the intuitiveness of rare great minds, their traditionalism and their inherited qualities.
He could realise whither he was going, as Emerson in his intuitiveness never did.Edward Caldwell Moore|Edward Moore