Apps

  • Product Hunt Brings Its Popular New Product Finder To Your Chrome Browser

    Product Hunt Brings Its Popular New Product Finder To Your Chrome Browser

    Product Hunt, the popular and growing community focused on finding the best new products, has today rolled out an improved version of its Chrome extension, which allows you to hunt, interact with and search for new products right from your web browser. The update offers a different way to interact with Product Hunt’s service, allowing you to both passively keep track of products through… Read More

  • LogMeIn’s Rescue Lens Lets Customer Support Reps See The Problem Through Your Smartphone’s Camera

    LogMeIn’s Rescue Lens Lets Customer Support Reps See The Problem Through Your Smartphone’s Camera

    LogMeIn, the makers of a variety of remote access solutions for business and personal use, is today launching a new service that will allow any company to provide video-assisted customer support, using only the camera on a customer’s iOS or Android mobile device. The idea is that a customer support representative would be able to tap into a live feed in order to remotely help with… Read More

  • Tandem Lane’s App Makes It Easy To Share Photos Offline

    Tandem Lane’s App Makes It Easy To Share Photos Offline

    Because grandma and grandpa may not be using Facebook, a new startup called Tandem Lane is launching a mobile application today that allows families to stay better connected with members of the older generation by turning photos into beautiful and fun postcards you can mail to anyone for a small fee. The idea is to help people share their favorite moments with others offline just as quickly… Read More

  • Carrot Weather Delivers Your Daily Forecast With A Side Of Snark

    Carrot Weather Delivers Your Daily Forecast With A Side Of Snark

    Carrot, the makers of a suite of sarcastic apps including a to-do list app that berates you for slacking and a weight loss app that shames you about your poor eating choices, has just introduced the latest addition to its lineup: a snarky weather application that delivers your daily forecast with a twist. Like its other apps, Carrot Weather features a talking bot with a ton of personality… Read More

  • SlideMail Is An Intelligent Email App For The Rest Of Us

    SlideMail Is An Intelligent Email App For The Rest Of Us

    A new email application launching today called SlideMail is designed to help those of us with bad email habits sort through our inbox, while also intelligently organizing our messages and alerting us to important meetings and other events. While other email apps focus on presenting power users with a “priority inbox” containing their most important emails, SlideMail’s take is… Read More

  • Fradio’s New App Lets Anyone Be A DJ, Broadcast Live Radio To Friends And Fans

    Fradio’s New App Lets Anyone Be A DJ, Broadcast Live Radio To Friends And Fans

    A new application called Fradio is officially launching today, offering a service that allows anyone to become a DJ, broadcasting their favorite tracks to their friends or fans, and even talking over the tunes with a push of a button in order to engage their audience. The app, which is backed by Australian music service Guvera, is making its debut at the SXSW music festival in Austin where… Read More

  • Dealyze Brings A Starbucks-Like Loyalty Program To Any Business

    Dealyze Brings A Starbucks-Like Loyalty Program To Any Business

    When it comes to encouraging consumer loyalty, Starbucks’ program involving its mobile app and accompanying rewards card set a high bar for the rest of the industry to follow. Today, a new company called Dealyze is launching a service that aims to offer a similar app experience to any business, but at a lower price point than its competitors in the mobile loyalty space. While there… Read More

  • Haystack’s New App Wants To Be Your Digital Business Card

    Haystack’s New App Wants To Be Your Digital Business Card

    Over the years, a number of startups have attempted to kill the business card, but these antiquated pieces of paper have managed to stick around, despite our move to a digital age. However, that doesn’t mean people will stop trying to end the reign of the business card once and for all. The latest example? A newly launched mobile application called Haystack which allows users to not… Read More

  • App Submissions On Google Play Now Reviewed By Staff, Will Include Age-Based Ratings

    App Submissions On Google Play Now Reviewed By Staff, Will Include Age-Based Ratings

    Google Play, Google’s marketplace for Android applications which now reaches a billion people in over 190 countries, has historically differentiated itself from rival Apple by allowing developers to immediately publish their mobile applications without a lengthy review process. However, Google has today disclosed that, beginning a couple of months ago, it began having an internal team… Read More

  • Bankjoy Is Building A Modern-Day Mobile Banking App For Use By Credit Unions And Smaller Banks

    Bankjoy Is Building A Modern-Day Mobile Banking App For Use By Credit Unions And Smaller Banks

    Thanks to startups like Simple, which was acquired by financial services organization BBVA last year, banking customers got a look at what a modern-day web and mobile banking experience looks like, with features like goal-setting tools, automated categorization of expenditures, real-time notifications of new charges pushed to your mobile phone, the ability to block a lost or stolen card… Read More

  • Photobucket Brings Back An Original Founder With Acquisition Of Photo Chat App Lasso

    Photobucket Brings Back An Original Founder With Acquisition Of Photo Chat App Lasso

    Photobucket is today announcing the acquisition Lasso, a private photo-sharing and chat app that was designed to simplify the challenges around requesting photos from family and friends. The deal will see Photobucket bringing one of its original founders back into the fold, as Alex Welch, Lasso’s co-founder, will now rejoin the team and serve as an advisor to Photobucket going… Read More

  • Amazon’s Apple Watch App Will Let You Shop From Your Wrist

    Amazon’s Apple Watch App Will Let You Shop From Your Wrist

    Though online retailer Amazon wasn’t among one of the many applications Apple introduced this week as coming soon to its new wearable device, the Apple Watch, the company does have an Apple Watch version of its mobile shopping app in the works, we understand. The shopping app will allow consumers to search for products and even buy them from their wrist using Amazon’s… Read More

  • Yik Yak Quietly Dropped From Google Play Charts In October

    Yik Yak Quietly Dropped From Google Play Charts In October

    If the rise of anonymous apps has proven anything, it’s that humans can be ugly creatures when the social pressures that keep our baser natures in check are removed, and we’re allowed to share our darker sentiments and thoughts – sometimes, for nothing more than the cheap thrill of knowing they’ve caused others outrage. Case in point: Yik Yak, the latest app to… Read More

  • Google Accidentally Reveals Its Own Mobile Events App

    Google Accidentally Reveals Its Own Mobile Events App

    Google has published a new mobile events application on Google Play called “Interactive Events,” but the app doesn’t appear to be ready for prime time. Instead, it looks like the app has been published early by accident, as it advises users who download it to their phones that it’s a “confidential” app being tested internally at the company, and warns users… Read More

  • Starbucks Expands Its Mobile “Order Ahead” Feature To Seattle And The Pacific Northwest

    Starbucks Expands Its Mobile “Order Ahead” Feature To Seattle And The Pacific Northwest

    Starbucks’ mobile ordering system, which allows customers to place orders in advance of their visit to the store, pay from their phone, then skip the line when they arrive, is today rolling out to more locations across the Pacific Northwest, including Starbucks’ home base of Seattle. In total, there are now 650 more locations supported in Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Alaska, says… Read More

  • A Look At The Apple Watch Companion App

    A Look At The Apple Watch Companion App

    In order to support Apple’s new wearable device, the Apple Watch, the company announced this morning it’s rolling out an updated version of the iOS mobile operating system, version 8.2, starting today. Included in the new OS is a brand-new “Apple Watch” app, which is how Apple Watch users will be able to download apps and configure various settings, including their… Read More

  • What Your Favorite Apps Look Like On Apple Watch (Plus New Ones!)

    What Your Favorite Apps Look Like On Apple Watch (Plus New Ones!)

    In preparation for Apple’s first wearable device, mobile developers have been busy creating all kinds of applications designed especially for the Apple Watch’s small screen. The watch, which is said by early testers to be so usable that they found they were no longer pulling out their iPhone as often, allows you to interact with a variety of apps and notifications, ranging… Read More

  • What Facebook, Instagram, Twitter And WeChat Look Like On The Apple Watch

    What Facebook, Instagram, Twitter And WeChat Look Like On The Apple Watch

    Former Adobe exec, now Apple’s VP of Technology, Kevin Lynch, took the stage this morning at the Apple Watch event in Cupertino to demonstrate several of the forthcoming Watch applications that will be available for the device at launch. Among those shown this morning were a number of social applications, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and WeChat, for example. While Lynch… Read More

  • WhatsApp Says It’s Not “Permanently” Banning Users From Its Service, Just Blocking Third-Party Clients

    WhatsApp Says It’s Not “Permanently” Banning Users From Its Service, Just Blocking Third-Party Clients

    Quite a few reports circling the web this week appear to indicate a tightening of WhatsApp’s policy toward the usage of third-party WhatsApp client applications. That is, word has it that those using an unofficial app will be banned from WhatsApp for life. However, that’s not exactly the case, WhatsApp explains. In fact, there’s been no larger policy shift since we last… Read More

  • Mustbin’s New App Blends Secure Private Messaging With Cloud Storage

    Mustbin’s New App Blends Secure Private Messaging With Cloud Storage

    Mustbin, the mobile application that began as a secure organizer for personal documents and other information captured by your smartphone’s camera, is today making a larger move to compete in the private mobile messaging space with the launch of Mustbin 2.0. The new app is now offering a solid handful of features that differentiate it from many competitors, including the ability… Read More

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