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  • Takes iPhone App Turns Photos into Video Clips

    Published by kristoffer March 8, 2013

    You have already heard about Vine and its six-second clips you can share with your social networks, but a similar app is gearing to steal the spotlight.
    Take, which debuts today, allows users to take photos and turn them into shareable video clips, complete with background music.
    Amit Man, founder of Take, tells Mashable he was inspired from watching a Harry Potter film, which featured photos in newspapers that mov

  • Nokia Appeals to Instagram with #2InstaWithLove App

    Published by kristoffer March 7, 2013

    Nokia wants Instagram to know that there has to have a Windows Phone 8 version of the photo-editing app. So, the Finland-based smartphone company created its own app called “#2InstaWithLove”, which offers Lumia owners its own photo-filtering software that also works as a love letter of sorts to Instagram.
    “Many of you have asked when Instagram will be coming to Windows Phone, and the #2InstaWithL

  • Dattch: Dating App for Lesbians

    Published by kristoffer March 4, 2013

    Gay and bisexual men have a lot of niche-oriented dating apps to choose from, such as Grindr and Hornet. Their female counterparts, however, do not have that liberty. They end up on dating apps for straight people or on “lesbian versions” of gay men dating apps that do serve the intended community.
    A London-based developer has been working on an iOS app that caters solely for lesbians and bisexual wom

  • Evernote Resets All Users’ Passwords

    Published by kristoffer March 3, 2013

    Evernote, the popular notetaking and archiving app, has announced on its official blog that its team has detected a coordinated attack to gain access to its servers. In an effort to preempt any attempt to retrieve user passwords, the team has decided to reset all of their users’ passwords, forcing them to make new ones before proceeding to use the service.
    Evernote emphasizes that no user information, includ

  • Making a Harlem Shake Video? There’s an App for That!

    Published by kristoffer March 1, 2013

    The Harlem Shake meme has been sweeping the world quicker than Gangnam Style. And like that viral hit of last year, expect developers to come up with apps about performing random movements just as the bass drops on Baauer’s surprise #1 hit.
    A Russian app maker named Kirill Ivashchenko has released an Android app that makes it easier to make your Harlem Shake videos. The Harlem Shake Video Creator provides s

  • Amazon Cautions Kindle iOS App Users from Upgrading

    Published by kristoffer February 28, 2013

    Amazon tells users of its Kindle app for iOS not to upgrade their e-book reading app to version 3.6.1, which hit the App Store yesterday. That version, according to reports, may erase the user’s book library completely. It is puzzling why this bug managed to pass through Amazon’s QA team, but apparently it was a deliberate move from Amazon.
    The e-book giant claims that the update causes the app to 

  • Tamagotchi Celebrates Sweet 16 with Android App

    Published by kristoffer February 15, 2013

    Tamagotchi, the Japanese virtual pet you have raised and fed during the 1990’s, turns 16. In celebration of the toy’s coming-of-age, Namco Bandai has launched a new mobile app based on the original digital pet.
    Titled “Tamagotchi L.i.f.e.” (short for “Love Is Fun Everywhere”), the app simulates your experience with the egg-shaped toy, from feeding your pet to cleaning their pixe

  • Thirst iOS App

    Published by dennis

    People getting that daily dose of news articles are now increasingly trying to source them out from the Web. Not only that, people are also increasingly using their smartphones as a means to read the latest news and events. But news can be just about anything, and people usually have a preference of what type of news articles and sources they read about and on what topics. The Thirst iOS app helps smartphone and ta

  • Hipmunk Flight and Hotel Search iOS App

    Published by dennis

    Traveling can either be a memorable experience or it can be a nightmare, depending on which side of the field you’re on. If you come unprepared for that next trip, then be prepared to experience the latter. But even if you find yourself in that situation, there are tools available like the Hipmunk Flight and Hotel Search iOS app that will help you ease some of the worries of unprepared travel.
    The Hipmunk Fli

  • Paper By FiftyThree iPad App

    Published by dennis February 13, 2013

    Technology has changed the way people do things. For one thing, it aims to make things convenient and easy to do. Smartphones for example help make communications more convenient and the apps they come with. But it’s funny sometimes when some things are designed for the very purpose of preserving some of the things that technology has since changed. Probably a good example would be this Paper by FiftyThree iP

  • Silence For Android: Make Your Smartphone Go Hush When You Need It

    Published by kristoffer February 11, 2013

    We all have been through this: you are inside the cinema watching a movie and you have forgotten to switch your smartphone to silent mode. You realized that because it rang loudly, much to the chagrin of the people around you.
    These awkward moments could happen any time–while commuting to work, while attending mass, just as you are about to propose to your girlfriend. What is even worse is when you have fo

  • Zombie Road Trip Android Game App

    Published by dennis February 8, 2013

    Since it is about time for the new season of The Walking Dead, any interest about zombies have been revived. People are now again into zombie mode in anticipation of the popular zombie apocalypse TV series. One of the games on Android that zombie fans may like includes the Zombie Road Trip game app.
    The Zombie Road Trip is a fun and exciting game app that mixes cars and zombies together. Players get to choose a bat

  • Vine Gets “For Adults Only” Rating

    Published by kristoffer February 7, 2013

    Twitter’s video-sharing app Vine has been slapped with a 17+ rating, making it inaccessible to pre-teens and their senseless antics.
    The Apple App Store revised Vine’s rating as the app sent an update to version 1.0.5 on Wednesday. Apart from the adult rating, Vine will also lets users block a profile, as well as the ability to share the video to Twitter and Facebook, an issue that made Vine blocked on

  • Apple App Store Vanity URLs Debut in Super Bowl Ad

    Published by kristoffer February 5, 2013

    If you watch the Super Bowl just for the commercials, you may have noticed something. Apple actually made a sneaky appearance in one of the ads, particularly at the end of the new Star Trek movie trailer, when it pointed viewers to It is the first time Apple introduced vanity URLs for its App Store developers.
    CNET first spotted that tiny detail, noting that Steve Jobs received the domai

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