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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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With iOS 8, You’ll Be Able to Enter Your Credit Card Details by Taking a Picture

Some major versions of iOS are primarily aimed at introducing new features and design changes. Others are meant to clean up and refine previous versions, filling in the holes and smoothing out the experience. I believe both iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite are both the latter; taking and building upon iOS 7 to make [...]

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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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With iOS 8, Your iPhone or iPad Won’t Require a Network Connection to Use AirPlay

There were a slew of new features and enhancements announced at Apple’s WWDC conference last week, but there were plenty that went unspoken. One of those that went under the radar a few days was a change to AirPlay, a wireless tool that allows you to wirelessly stream music and video content from your iOS [...]

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This App Tells You Who’s at the Bar Before You Go

It’s Friday night, and you’re headed out. You have your favorite spots, but they’re hit or miss as far as the crowd—sometimes they’re too old; sometimes they’re a touch too young; sometimes there are not enough ladies (or guys) for your taste. Whether for good or just for ultimate creeper status, there’s an app that [...]

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Save the Best for Later with Pocket

It’s a beautiful thing when a program is usefully integrated in all the right places in your digital life. Such is the case with Pocket. This handy app/content organization system allows you to save articles, videos, and anything else you see online so you can view it later, when you have time. Use Pocket with [...]

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Here’s What Third-Party Keyboard Fleksy Looks Like on an iPhone Running iOS 8

For me personally, one of the big exciting user features for iOS 8 is the option to choose from a variety of third-party keyboards. On my Android phone, I’m a huge fan of SwiftKey, and I’ve always wished it was available for the iPhone. There’s been no official word from SwiftKey yet on plans to [...]

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