DailyArt is an app developed by Zuzanna Stanska, an art historian who heads Moiseum (a company she founded in 2012 to help museums and cultural heritage institutions use technology). Once downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play, users have options to customize DailyArt to use any of its 16 languages and select a time of day (morning, afternoon, or evening) to get notified about content. Then, as the name suggests, users will receive a daily art image accompanied by a story. For example, a recent feature was Boy with a Basket of Fruit, a 16th-century painting by Caravaggio, and the accompanying story detailed the painting's provenance and acquisition. The free version of the app includes ads, and users are prompted frequently to upgrade to have ads removed and unlock more features. Despite this, DailyArt provides bite-size inspiration that is perfect for pandemic life. The app's website also links to the DailyArt Magazine, an online publication with additional art history stories and content.