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selfie-6-23

#ExpressYourSelfie, win $1000 with eXacly.me

Has being yourself ever earned you $1000? Well, maybe it’s time that it did. An online social media start-up called eXacly.me wants to give you the chance to show the world what you’re made of before it launches later this year, and they’re willing to pay to know who you are. According to the start-up’s [...]

Fire Phone 6-22

Amazon’s Fire Phone: What You Need To Know

Amazon unveiled their much anticipated  32GB Fire Phone this week. If you asked Amazon what are the key features of the Fire they would tell you: Beautiful industrial design Dynamic Perspective Firefly Button Mayday Free unlimited photo storage Small Touches Amazon exclusive features Amazon’s content ecosystem AT&T’s 4G LTE network Out of all of these [...]

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SwiftKey, Our Favorite Android Keyboard, is Now Free with Version 5.0

While it won’t make its official debut on iOS until the release of iOS 8 later this fall, Android users can now get SwiftKey, one of the best third-party customizable and intelligent keyboards, for free. The more you type, the smarter it gets. Business Insider calls it “arguably one of the best keyboards of all [...]

FuelBand 6-17

Android Users Can Finally Break A Sweat

This week Nike announced that their FuelBand app will finally be open to Android users. This news has been long coming since Nike first launched the FuelBand over 2 years ago. This announcement has many people confused because as of last month there have been plenty of rumors that Nike was going to to withdraw [...]

Facebook-Snapchat

Get The Scoop: Slingshot Vs Snapchat

After last week’s accidental launch, Facebook has now intentionally launched their jab in response to Snapchat’s success, and they’re calling it Slingshot. Within the U.S. it is available on iOS and Android. Why has Facebook created yet another app? How does it compare to Snapchat? Can Facebook pull off creating a real competitor app? These [...]

MLB-6-16

This App Is A Must-Have If You Are Going To A Major League Baseball Game

In a world where there are millions of apps of varying usefulness and quality, it’s not often that I download an app and immediately realize its value and feel like I need to run and tell all my friends about it. Or, in this case, share with ZAGG Daily readers. It’s an app that, if [...]

Umano-6-13

Rediscover News with this App that Reads It to You

A few weeks ago, I was really sick. Not only did I have the flu, but a few days later, I got a massive cold. I got hit with the works—sore throat, completely stuffed-up nose, ears, and head, a cough, a fever. I was miserable. I didn’t want to eat or drink. I didn’t want [...]

Garden-6-13

How To: Let Your Phone Do The Gardening

If you’ve always wanted a beautiful garden but never seemed to have the green thumb for it, the Edyn smart garden system is your ticket to a bumper crop when it starts shipping in April of 2015. This innovative system involves a sensor that monitors and tracks the stats of your garden, then sends that [...]

instagram-6-11

Instagram Update for iOS and Android Adds a Myriad of Editing Controls

While there are hundreds of photo editing apps on the App Store for both iPhone and iPad, Instagram wants to be your one stop shop for taking, editing, and sharing photos. The latest update for both Android and iOS include a suite of new editing tools aimed at those who take mobile photography a bit [...]

Android-6-10

Beware Of New Ransom Android Malware, Controlling Pictures And Videos

Found on Android devices, a new type of malware has emerged, which can capture your videos, photos and other documents and hold them for ransom. Reported by Ars Technica, and discovered by antivirus provider Eset, the new trojan allied SimpleShocker is locking Android phones, encrypting their pictures then holding them for ransom. Currently, the trojan [...]

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