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How To Save Articles You Want to Read with a Screenshot

We all read on our iPhones, but no one ever said it was the easiest thing in the world. Many times, I come across great content on Facebook, Twitter, or online that I don’t have time to read right this second. I try to save pages in the Safari browser to read later, but it [...]

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Coin Launches its iOS App, Android App Coming September 25 [Gallery]

After a delay, some bad press coverage, and some subsequent backpedaling, Coin, the connected credit card company, has made a commitment to transparency going forward. Today, the startup launched its iOS app, available as a free download for users in the App Store. If you’ve already pre-ordered a Coin, you can download the app to [...]

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How To: Stop Videos From Automatically Playing in the Facebook App for iPhone

If you’re tired of scrolling down through your News Feed and having videos automatically start playing, the good news is: there’s a fix. While it may not seem like much, especially if you don’t watch the full video, letting these play can slowly but surely eat up your data allowance for the month if you’re [...]

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Next Year, Your In-Car Navigation System Will Look Like This

Everyone knows that operating a phone while also trying to operate a vehicle can be a recipe for disaster. There are plenty of systems designed to help you keep your eyes on the road, but Navdy is taking that statement literally. Navdy’s transparent Heads-Up Display projects information from your phone outward, so it appears to [...]

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Finally, a Better Way to Buy Event Tickets

Concerts. Theater. Sports. The events that make what would normally be a boring Tuesday night special and exciting. Too bad it’s a pain to buy tickets. When the fee charges seem to be more than the price of the ticket, there has to be a better way. Now, there is. TickPick is a website and [...]

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Get those Pictures Off Your iPhone for Good with This

How many pictures do you have saved on your phone? Hundreds? Thousands? And how many of those photos do you look at every day? Have you had to delete some of them to make room for an app for (gasp!) more photos? It doesn’t seem like we’re able to preserve our memories like we used [...]

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Never Write a Text Message Again with This App

A few days ago, I told you about Ultratext, which allows you to create your own super–fun GIFs on the spot and send them in your text messages. Well, if you liked that, you’re going to love this app. See, the hardest thing about sending GIFs in messages is finding the right one, and that [...]

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$10 billion: The Cost to Buy Snapchat OR These 20 Unique, Rare Things Instead

$10 billion is the latest valuation floating around for Snapchat, the wildly popular instant messaging app for iOS and Android. That’s an unfathomable amount of money. Here are 20 things you could buy with $10 billion, instead of Snapchat, to help put that figure in perspective. Keep in mind: Snapchat is a less than three [...]

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With This App, Chat with Those Around You Without Saying a Word

Finally, a way to connect with the people you’re with—and not necessarily the people you know. Slight is an app available for iOS that allows for completely anonymous conversations with those around you. That’s right. No Facebook sign in, no log in name and password, no user accounts, no e-mail. You simply make comments that [...]

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How To Check Into Your Room At Hilton Using Your Smartphone

The Wall St. Journal is reporting that Hilton Hotels is investing $550 million to replace all the door locks on more than 4,200 properties around the world. The project is expected to be complete next year and when finished, will allow guests to completely skip the check-in desk. The Hilton Hotels app already lets you [...]

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