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3 Anonymous Apps to Try: Whisper, Secret and Yik Yak

This is a guest post by Adrienne Erin. Much of the things that define us as human beings are the deep inner thoughts, feelings, loves and heartbreaks that we almost never share with anyone else. Sometimes they just feel too scary — or too personal — to share, but the creators of several popular anonymous […]

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Monetize Your iOS using Startapp Platform

StartApp is a mobile advertising platform that was formed by the late 2010 and was only made available to the android users in the beginning. However, after their effective launch and subsequent popularity for offering high quality full page ads, they are now also available for the iOS. The Apple app developers have recently introduced […]

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Why Your Online Store Needs to Utilize Responsive Design

When starting an online store, you want it to be accessible to everyone. You make every effort to develop the right language on the site so it speaks to the people who will purchase from you. You make sure the products on your site are going to sell. However, if you don’t have a responsive […]

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5 Charity Apps that Help You Give Back

Smartphones have become a valuable addition to our day-to-day lives, assisting us with everything from work, to socialising and even exercise. However, these handy little devices can do far more than just keep us organised and entertained. They can keep us globally connected and help our actions make a massive difference to those who need […]

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Take Along These Great Nature Apps for Your Next RV Trip

This is a guest post by Joe Laing. No one ever said hikers have to rough it when going on hiking adventures. Many hikers enjoy comfortable nights and easy travel to and from the best hiking destinations in an RV. And although going hiking usually means getting away from civilization and technology, these days having […]

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Begin App: Great Minimalist Task List For Your iPhone

As a rule, we always forget about something. And it’s not that we have some problems with memory. The trouble is that you need to remember so many different things: starting from what questions are to be solved at work today, ending with what to buy at the store tomorrow. Therefore, the best solution not […]

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4 Great Games that are Worthy of Big-screen Adaptations

This is a guest post contributed by Jason Phillips. Can you believe that Warner Bros. is planning on making a film version of the acclaimed Temple Run game? Extremely popular on iOS, Temple Run is an endless running game released in 2011. The idea to make a movie out of a fairly boring game that […]

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8 Tips to Improve Battery Life on iOS 7

So you’ve upgraded to iOS 7 and found the battery life runs out faster on your iPhone or iPad than the previous version. This is one of the most common complaints every time Apple releases a new version of iOS. If you’re not satisfied with your battery life on iOS 7, here are a few […]

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iPhone 6: Where Could Apple Go from Here?

Apple announced the iPhone 5s and 5c on September 10 with very few surprises. While the Cupertino company has stuffed even more great new technology in there, the iPhone 5s is very similar in appearance to last year’s model. Apple has followed a tick, tock cycle almost like clock work (pun intended) since the introduction […]

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iOS 7 Safari Tips: 5 Features You Need to Know

Besides all the visual changes in iOS 7, Safari got a nice upgrade with a streamlined and simplified interface. It also comes with some serious changes including unified smart search field and gesture support. Here are five tips to help you master the new Safari.

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Stimulate Your App-etite: 5 Apps for High-Tech Foodies

When you’re so busy you hardly have time to hit the drive through, healthy eating can quickly find its way at the bottom of your priority list. It might take a little more time and preparation than you’re used to, but eating healthy can give you more energy to get through the day. It is […]

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iOS 7 Tip: Use App Store Wish List to Save Your Desired Apps

You come across an app in App Store but for whatever reasons you’re not ready to purchase it. Probably you think the app is too expensive and you want to wait for a discount. Or the app size is too large for download while you’re on the road. You want to get it until you […]

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Next Generation iPad: 5 Things to Expect

The iPhone 5S and 5C were just launched with fans excited to use an all plastic body 5C as well as experience their own fingers as passwords with the introduction of Touch ID for iPhone 5S. Over the last couple of days, a lot has been said about the next generation of Apple smartphones leading […]

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iOS 7 Tip: How To Use AirDrop to Transfer Files

Unless you live under a rock, you should know about the official release of iOS 7. Starting from today, we will cover the tips and tricks of the new iOS. Okay, let’s start with AirDrop. AirDrop is Apple’s answer to file and data sharing. Before the debut of iOS 7, you’ll need to rely on […]

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