Apps

Rydar wants to make the sharing economy a little more fair

Ah, the sharing economy. It’s changed all our lives for the better. We can stay at people’s apartments, order food from anywhere we want, and, of course, zip around in our Uber to anywhere and everywhere for a fraction of the price we paid for cabs. Regular cab services used to be a sort of cartel, offering fixed prices and … [Read more...]

7 of the best tactics for retaining your app users

The role of apps in our life intensifies with every passing day.  Searching for apps became a daily habit for many people, and it’s more than just a casual search. During our spare time we surf through the app store and install everything we find interesting and relevant. After a few days, the majority of apps that you’ve … [Read more...]

Photo sharing app Shoto launches new feature for weddings and events

We all know that tying the knot can drive even the most sane person, well insane. Down to the last detail, everything has to be near-perfect on that day, including the music, the location, the photographers and the much-debated guest list. And yet, the most daunting task of picking out all of the photographs for the album … [Read more...]

Do men and women fight cancer differently? One online platform shows that they might.

There is almost no one in the world who hasn’t been affected by cancer in some way. Whether directly as someone battling the disease, or through a friend or loved one, cancer is still tragically pervasive. Fortunately, there is a steadfast and active effort to find new treatments and hopefully a cure for the disease. … [Read more...]

5 style apps that are going to change how you buy clothes

Some people think shopping for clothes is a blast, while others think it's unbearable. Wherever you stand, there are a host of new apps that can make the clothes-shopping experience even more fun — or at least less painful. Today's wave of apps use all sorts of features to help you refine your style and buy garments that … [Read more...]

What’s better? Sketch vs Photoshop

Since the introduction, Photoshop has gained a lot of accreditation among web designers who use it to create mockups for the web and mobile app designs. But, with the introduction of Sketch, it seems like a competitor to Photoshop has finally arrived. Sketch vs Photoshop has become a highly debatable topic in today’s web … [Read more...]

Review: TunesKit removes DRM from iTunes Videos (Movies and TV Shows)

While on iTunes (and pretty much industry wide) music offerings have been DRM (Digital Rights Management) free since 2009, the same can’t be said for videos available for purchase or rent via iTunes. Every purchased or rented movie or TV show on iTunes is wrapped in DRM, meaning once you buy that video from iTunes you're … [Read more...]

Reverso Context is an app that makes sense of sayings you thought your parents made up

“And to add insult to injury, he really took him for a ride. A picture is worth a thousand words, yet actions speak louder than words.” Phrases like this all share one common trait, ambiguity. Not only can they be difficult for language learners to conceptualize, or for native speakers to explain, but they can leave even … [Read more...]

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