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Crowdsource Your Conversations With Friends And Strangers On This App

CrowdPilot, an app that allows you to crowdsource and solicit advice from friends (or strangers) about the social situations in which you find yourself, may not be the hottest app in the App Store, but it certainly is one of the most unique. Basically, whether you’re in a meeting, on a blind date, or chatting [...]

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The Hit TV Show, Shark Tank, Takes Cycloramic Video App To The Next Level

I’m a huge fan of the show Shark Tank, in which everyday people pitch their business ideas to a small group of multimillionaires in the hopes of securing the funding they need to get their products to the masses. And if you watch this show, you know that even if the products don’t pique the [...]

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Scribd: Netflix for Books

Don’t know what to get the book worm on your Christmas list? How about a monthly subscription to Scribd, an online database of more than 40 million books and documents? Better than just one book you think they might like, Scribd is a book lover’s smorgashborg, with an unlimited number of books, papers, research, and [...]

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Parker: Find A Parking Spot Ahead Of Time

If you’ve ever tried to find a parking space in a busy downtown area or by a large university, you know what a hassle it can be. Parker, an app by Streetline, is helping connect cars with a space to sit and wait for you while you go about your business and it’s expanding into [...]

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Facebook Launches App Center

The Facebook App Center officially launched a few days ago with iOS, Android, and webpage versions. At first glance, it may appear that Facebook is attempting to challenge the existing app marketplaces found in Apple’s App Store or Google Play but this is not the case, at least for now. The App Center instead links [...]

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We Roadtripped from Central New York to Salt Lake City (2,000 Miles). These Apps Helped Us Make The Trip

A friend and I recently went on a week long road trip from Central New York, down Route 66, then to Salt Lake City. During our journey we used several apps. Some of them were extremely useful, while others were more annoying than anything. My friend has an iPhone and I have an Android. We [...]

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Apple’s important announcement this month is “media-related”

The presses ran hot yesterday with rumors of Apple’s next big event, coming this month. UPDATE: Event is about education and takes place Jan 19. “According to sources close to the situation, Apple is planning an important — but not large-scale — event to be held in New York at the end of this month [...]

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Baby-proof your iPhone with the Laugh & Learn Apptivity Case

Have a little one?  Have an iPhone?  Ever noticed how babies are drawn to iPhones like a moth to a flame, but really are about as compatible as oil and water? The drooling, the dropping, the accidentally calling your boss or 911…yikes.  Fortunately Fisher Price caught on to this and created the Laugh & Learn [...]

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Catalog Your Clothing on Your iPhone

For all you avid fashionistas out there, say hello to your new favorite app, Cloth. You will no longer forget which blouse you paired with which skirt, and what shoes and accessories you chose to go with it. Packing for that next vacation trip will never be easier as you browse through your preplanned outfits and [...]

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5 Niche Targeted Apps You Should Check Out

On the side, I run a small niche iPhone app development company. We recently released an application, and had some rather decent success. Which of course, got me thinking, how well do other niches do? Of course, there are the niches that everyone knows, and checks up on: productivity, back to school, zombie apps, sports [...]

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