Apps have taken over the world and show no sign of stopping, but I can almost guarantee that the number one app right now is something you’ve never heard of.
Apple has introduced HealthKit, a system that organises your relevant health metrics from smart devices, including Nike+ gadgets, and it’s ready to kick your future fitness plan into gear.
Praise the almighty Dropbox. You no longer have to sort through the tons of photos and videos in your possession, thanks to Dropbox’s new app, Carousel. Now a life time’s worth of photos and videos is automatically organised and always available at your fingertips.
When Facebook splurged a couple of billion on acquiring WhatsApp, many wondered if the social media company’s own messenger platform would fade away in its wake, but the free voice call option is here to state the opposite.
It’s a scary world out there, and if you have your eyes glued on your phone the whole time, you may butt heads with immovable objects frequently. In an effort to stop you from walking face first into a tree, a lamppost or fellow pedestrian while texting, Apple have filed a patent for ‘Transparent Texting.’
Is dividing your attention between all your different social media accounts wearing your psyche thin? WeCam allows you to connect to all your Twitter, Facebook and Google+ friends using one app, and you can also talk to them face-to-face.
Apple’s security is leakier than a colander of late. These images – based on a first hand description – of the company’s life data tracking app ‘Healthbook’ have surfaced. It is expected that Apple’s health-monitoring software for its mobile operating system will be launched with iOS 8.
Last month, WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum announced that the messaging platform company are planning to add voice over IP (VoIP) functionality to their app. A screenshot of what it might look like has been leaked, showing the proposed feature on an iOS smartphone.
Not a reader are we? Speaky is an app that caters for all your lazy – sorry – reading needs. This iOS app will read long winded articles for you out loud.
Having a social media profile makes you a vulnerable target for online trolls. In the case of the dating app, Lulu, men are subject to the scrutiny of scorned lovers and exes.
Would you be willing to lick your germ ridden smartphone screen to improve your bedroom skills down below? By having you switch a light on and off, turn a crank and play with a beach ball with your tongue, the app Lick This, promises that “Practice makes pleasure.”
Want to spend more time hanging with your bros instead of dealing with the admin that goes with a relationship? This is 2014 , why not outsource texting your girlfriend to an app? BroApp sends texts automatically to your girlfriend to make her think you’re thinking of her.
If you have a MacBook and an iPhone, you can bid the annoying task of having to enter your lock screen password dozens of times a day, goodbye. A new app called Knock launched yesterday, which pairs your iPhone and Mac via bluetooth. When a phone is in bluetooth range of the paired mac, it’s […]
Google wants to make your life easier. As of yesterday Google launched their Google Wallet app for iPhone. The app allows you to send money to friends and store credit cards, debit cards, loyalty program cards and coupon-style offers. This is definitely a solution the next time you go out for dinner with your friends
In response to demand, the creators of Grindr have created a similar app that is aimed at straight people, called Blendr. However, besides the difference in target market, will there be a fundamental difference in how the two apps are used? I’ll let the Taiwanese news animators explain their not so subtle take on it:
Breast cancer is a big deal. But recent studies show that many young women aren’t checking their breasts regularly. That is why the people behind the Rethink Breast Cancer campaign have launched a new iPhone App called “Your Man Reminder”. It gives woman regular reminders by a hot guy to check their breasts. And this advert they’ve made to promote it is an absolute must-see.
It seems Apple’s new iOS5 operating system for the iPhone 4S has a new surprise around every corner. The App in question uses GPS, and if your friend agrees, it allows you to see their location, give or take a few metres. Unfortunately, one poor guy on Macrumours.com found another use for it, after installing it in his wife’s new handset.
I love Postsecret. I’ll just put that right there. It’s an ongoing community art project that started in the States in 2005. Now, after almost seven years of receiving the secrets, Postsecret are releasing their very own app for iPhone.
If you think that owning an iPhone is a waste of money, think again. An American company called Health Discovery Corporation has invented an app, called MelApp, that uses mathematical algorithms and image based pattern recognition technology, to detect early stage melanoma. What’s that? Can’t get an American iTunes account? Oh yes you can.
While the rest of his classmates were off investing their time in real pursuits, like playing the latest video games and surfing the internet for free porn, Robert Nay was developing the single most popular free app for the Apple iPhone.
If you’ve jumped on the Movember train but are lacking the technology to track and share your progress, this is the app for you.
The Movember Mophone App allows you to track your progress and share it online, even making a stop-motion animation of your growth in the process.
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