If you’re like me and use WhatsApp on a daily basis, chances are you use the messenger app to swap funny stories, photos and videos. It would be a shame to lose any of that content for whatever reason. The good news is, thanks to a partnership between WhatsApp and Google, you can now back all of that up onto Google Drive. More »
Girl Possessed by the Devil Through Ouija Phone App This is the shocking footage of a young girl who apparently became possessed by the devil after playing with a Ouija board using a mobile phone app.Young girl believed to be possessed...Show More Summary
For many runners, the daily jog is a precious time that provides a brief respite from the worries of life, and one of the most effective ways to leave these anxieties at the door is to listen to good music. If you’re passionate about your playlists, then you’re probably already aware of how useful they can be. Show More Summary
Elbi and The Huffington Post are partnering up, with you, to help change the world as part of your daily routine. Little actions. Big difference. Today on Elbi, people both sides of the Atlantic are swapping plastic bags for heartwarming photos of the future of our planet. Show More Summary
A new photo project from kids app developer Toca Boca offers a glimpse into the daily lives of children all over the world. Titled "Kid's Eye View," the project invites 10 kids from six continents to photograph and share musings on four different aspects of their day-to-day experiences -- from mealtime to morning transit to personal style. Show More Summary
Today in iLounge Deals you can grab The Big Mac Bundle, featuring fourteen top-rated productivity and organization apps, all for only $17.99 – that’s a whopping 97% savings compared to purchasing each of these apps separately. Covering...Show More Summary
Cookies have a bad rap, with assorted non-techies describing them as ‘tracking your web activities,’ as if they somehow enabled someone to sit and watch what you do. The reality, of course, is that the most they can ever do in the way of tracking is note that you saw an ad on one website and later visited […]
One company's goal to plant a billion trees with the help of drones, Disney Research's new app for bringing coloring books to life and a hologram that discourages illegal parking in disabled spaces.
More than a year ago, Santa Monica, Calif.-based technology incubator Science launched a mobile publishing studio dedicated towards creating applications we’d use in our daily lives. Its first product was social entertainment app Wishbone and today has more than 3.1 million monthly active users, creating more than 200,000 cards daily. Having more than 3 million […]
Ask any fitness professional and they’ll talk about how living a healthy lifestyle can only be practiced if an individual is on-point with their nutrition. Taking in the right amount of nutrition on a daily basis will ward off infections and diseases. Show More Summary
For people looking at the mobile industry from the outside, it might seem like creating an app only requires coding skills. However, those who live and breathe mobile on a daily basis, know that it takes SO much more than that. Mobile...Show More Summary
Over the last few weeks, I've been working on various apps for note-taking. I tried to reflect and ask myself, what were the core features I wanted in my daily note-taking app, as well as what are some features others would like? via @ growthmindset1 After awhile, I realized I was getting lost in all the great features. Show More Summary
Comedian and Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead threw a hissyfit when initially Apple rejected her feminist app “Hinder,” a satirical rip-off of the dating app “Tinder”: it allows a user to swipe “anti-women” politicians, much likeShow More Summary
Leave it to Daily Show co-creator and former head writer Lizz Winstead to give Tinder a feminist makeover. Hinder, her new app that parodies the popular hookup platform, is both funny and, you know, not funny. It's simple enough: Swipe...Show More Summary
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner? For too many of us, the three meals of the day go more like: office meeting pastry, mid-afternoon energy drink, and midnight pizza. In a new article, scientists present daily food and beverage intake data collected from over 150 participants of a mobile research app over three weeks. They show that a majority of people eat for 15 hours or longer.
The app market is flooded daily with apps that, without a proper plan, result in a huge loss for the company. Before you invest time and money, there are important questions to ask yourself. The post Does Your Company Really Need That Mobile App? appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
Apple Inc, a company that has been known to be very selective with the quality of apps it allows in it’s app store is now being selective with the kind of apps it allows. When Lizz Winstead, a co-creator of “The Daily Show,” approached Apple with an app called Hinder, she was turned down. Show More Summary
Instant is a lifelogging app that gives you a detailed overview of your daily activities, including the total time spent on your iPhone, with a breakdown of the time consumed on a specific app. Fitness tracking is available from the iPhone 5s and above, through which you can see the minutes spent walking, running and traveling. Show More Summary
Screen time can often serve as a way to eat up time during a long commute or appear occupied in a room full of strangers. But every now and then, an app comes along that actually offers users the opportunity for spiritual reflection. ...Show More Summary
The $19 Amazon Web Services Bundle will get you ready to master Amazon's popular cloud computing platform. The first course teaches you how to build and maintain apps created for AWS, with 42 lectures and over 9.5 hours of content. The...Show More Summary