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Android Wear Gains IFTTT Support

07/02/2014, Android Wear is a version of Android that Google has developed specifically for wearables in mind, like the LG G Watch, the Samsung Gear Live, and the Moto 360. Now all of these devices have their uses, but it seems that their functionality could be taken...

Snapchat Testing Location Aware Filters

07/02/2014, Several Snapchat users have noticed that the popular ephemeral messaging service is testing new location aware filters. The test seems limited to the iOS application for now. Users who send a snap from a certain location get these smart filters which...

Yo Gains IFTTT Support, Becomes More Useful

07/02/2014, The Yo messaging app is a weird phenomenon. The app does one thing and one thing only, which is to send your friends the message “Yo”. That’s all, nothing more, nothing less. Oddly enough the novelty has caught on which has caused the app to be...

Vine Update Brings Loop Counts

07/01/2014, A new update has been released today for Vine’s mobile applications on Android and iOS which adds loop counts to a video. This change will also be visible to users on the web who use the service’s website to watch six-second clips. Its a...

Yo Messaging App Makes Its Way Onto Windows Phone

07/01/2014, It was a couple of weeks ago that a certain app by the name of Yo had been making the headlines. It made the headlines again last week when it was hacked, although it issues that led to its hack have since been addressed. Now the app was previously only...

1Password With Touch ID Integration Demonstrated On Video

06/30/2014, When Apple first announced the iPhone 5s and introduced Touch ID, they claimed that the feature would be closed off to third-party developers. It seemed like a pity since we can only imagine the potential the feature has, but at the same time we can...

Assassin’s Creed Memories Could Be Upcoming Game For iOS

06/30/2014, Is Ubisoft working on a new Assassin’s Creed game for mobile devices? Well if they are, it certainly would not be the first Assassin’s Creed game to go mobile as gamers might recall titles like Assassin’s Creed Pirates. That being said, it seems...

Square Enix’s The World Ends With You Finally Arrives On Android

06/30/2014, If you have ever played with a Nintendo DS handheld console, chances are you might have come across the title, “The World Ends With You”. The game is considered by many to be one of the better RPGs out there available on the DS console and was...

Emojli App Will Let Users Chat By Only Using Emoji

06/30/2014, If you have ever used a messaging app like WhatsApp, iMessage, and so on, chances are you’ve probably come across Emojis. For those who are unfamiliar, Emojis are basically emoticons. They come in a variety of designs ranging, ranging from people,...

Aperture For OS X Will Cease Development

06/27/2014, When it comes to post-processing photos, there are a handful of options to choose from. This includes Adobe’s Lightroom and Photoshop. For OS X users, they have the added option of using Apple’s Aperture software. However the bad news for OS X users...

Facebook’s Slingshot App Goes International

06/25/2014, About a week ago, Facebook launched Slingshot. The app is meant to be a competitor to Snapchat where users send each other photos, but the main difference is that with Slingshot, users are required to send a photo back to the sender in order to view the...

Apple No Longer Banning Apps That Incentivize

06/25/2014, Earlier this month we reported that Apple had seemingly been cracking down on apps that promoted incentives such as video watching or app sharing as a means for the developers to earn extra revenue. For those unfamiliar, these are apps that basically...

Amnesty International Releases Panic Button App For Activists

06/24/2014, As much as we would hope that protests around the world can be done and responded in a peaceful way, sometimes things just have a way of getting out of control. Things are thrown, police react, and that’s when things start to go downhill. Now it seems...