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Posted on Jun 16 2014 - 9:57am by SlateAiro
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ShopSavvy App is a shopping application which scans products and finds online and local stores providing this product. The Android ShopSavvy app allows us to scan barcodes to get more information on a product. In addition to that, ShopSavvy compares the prices of the providers, shows user reviews, and searches for deals and discounts on the item. ShopSavvy is making shopping simpler, easier and more...

Posted on Jun 15 2014 - 9:54am by SlateAiro
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Ringdroid App is used to create our own ringtone, alarm and notification sound from an existing audio file. We can use it to edit songs that are in our music library or record audio and edit that as a ringtone. The outputted creations can be set for use as an alarm, a notification or, of course, a ringtone. Using Ringdroid to make ringtones is a very simple process. When we start the program a list...

Posted on Jun 14 2014 - 9:51am by SlateAiro
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ASTRO File Manager App helps to organize our pictures, music, videos and other files. It is used in File Manager and Cloud such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Facebook, Box and SkyDrive. Ever try to find a file but can’t remember where we put it? ASTRO has the most robust technology to search phones or search for files in the mobile world, giving us the ability to do anything from broad searches across...

Posted on Jun 13 2014 - 9:49am by Glenn
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ATK (Advanced Task Killer) App is the #1 task killing manager Application. It is a tool to kill applications running and clean memory. It helps in managing our phones running apps and services. If our phone often runs slowly or battery is exhausted so soon, then this App will be an ultimate choice to kill tasks, free memory, and speed up our phone as well as save battery. It is pretty simple and user...

Posted on Jun 9 2014 - 4:47am by SlateAiro
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  BeautyTips BeautyTips App helps us look gorgeous. Learn the beauty tips used by models and Hollywood stars. Women all over the world are constantly looking for ways to improve their appearance. There is seemingly no end to the demand for information and products to increase beauty, prevent aging and maintain a healthy appearance overall. Manicure, pedicure,...

Apple has released an iBook of what is commonly known as the Bible for App design for iOS. The electronic book has excellent features including notations and videos to improve the users experience and understanding of the many elements involved with designing a great app for the Apple iOS platform. Apple’s app design Bible, iOS Human Interface Guidelines, is now a free download from iTune’s iBookstore. The guidelines were only previously available through Apple’s Developer Portal, but now it’s free as a convenient iBook document...

Posted on May 28 2014 - 10:16am by Glenn
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Foursquare have release a new app that is set to become very popular, suggested upgrades to this app could make your iPhone or android a great experience, just imaging logging into the app and finding out how close your friends are to you. Certainly this would be a great app to have. Swarm is a new app from Foursquare out today that chisels off the check-in and proximity features of the main app and places them in a sparse, focus-driven new home. The app is nicely done, though it will be of most use to those in dense urban areas with...

Posted on May 23 2014 - 4:19am by SlateAiro
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Star Quilt is a unique application that allows you to create quilt template on your iphone or tablet, by using your fingers to add colours to different parts of the screen, and you will be able to use different contrasting to create the quilt. This is a very easy application to use and will give you a complete and exact look to the next quilt your going to create,...

There are some great apps out there you can use now to send payments to friends, family or anyone.  In this article four applications are reviewed for their simplicity and ease of use.  Read on to see how Venmo, Google Wallet, Square Cash, and Paypal rated in this growing area of person-to-person payments. What’s the best way to get your money back? WSJ Personal Technology columnist Joanna...