Apps

  • Rapchat makes me the rapper I always knew I was

    We covered Rapchat a little bit earlier this year, and I finally decided it was time to take it for a spin. I know I’ve got sweet rapping skills, and I know when it’s time to lay a sick beat and spit some fire, so that’s why I’m doing this in-depth review of Rapchat. Read More

  • Microsoft brings its Hub Keyboard app to iPhone

    Microsoft brings its Hub Keyboard app to iPhone

    Microsoft today released its first standalone keyboard application for iOS users. No, it’s not the rumored version of its Windows Phone keyboard that’s being ported to the iPhone – it’s an iOS version of the Microsoft Hub keyboard, which hit Android this February. Like the prior release, the iOS Hub keyboard lets you quickly share Office documents and those stored in… Read More

  • Restaurant waitlisting app Nowait rolls out mobile payments

    Restaurant waitlisting app Nowait rolls out mobile payments

    Restaurant waitlisting service Nowait is known best by consumers for its mobile app that lets you virtually “get in line” at nearby restaurants like Chili’s and others, where formal reservations may not be accepted. This helps speed up the time it takes to grab a meal, as you don’t have to waste time waiting for a table to become available. Now the company is planning… Read More

  • Reddit launches its first official apps for iOS and Android

    Reddit launches its first official apps for iOS and Android

    Reddit’s long-awaited native mobile applications – the first-ever to be built by the company in-house – have now launched. Available today for both iOS and Android, the new Reddit app will not only serve as the official means for accessing Reddit on mobile amid a sea of third-party clients, it will also replace Alien Blue, the popular third-party application the company… Read More

  • This new app lets you express your feelings with video memes, not GIFs

    This new app lets you express your feelings with video memes, not GIFs

    Today, GIFs have become a popular way communicate sentiment online and in mobile messaging, where written text doesn’t always do the job. More expressive than an emoji, these looping images let you share a specific thought or feeling with little effort. But today, a new app is launching to see if video can step in where GIFs leave off, by allowing for a different means of expression. Read More

  • Domino’s now lets you order pizza just by launching an app – no clicking required

    Domino’s now lets you order pizza just by launching an app – no clicking required

    Hungry? Lazy? Domino’s has the app for you. The company today unveiled a new mobile application that lets you place an order simply by launching the app on your phone. No clicking necessary. The delivery chain keeps coming up with new – and yes, sometimes gimmicky – ways to make ordering pizza easier and quicker, and this new “Zero Click” app is no exception. Read More

  • The reality of AR/VR business models Crunch Network

    The reality of AR/VR business models

    There is nearly as much confusion as there is excitement about augmented and virtual reality. While VR could be big and AR could be bigger (and take longer), there are more questions than answers out there. I’ll be doing a deep dive on one aspect of AR/VR every month. This month we’re kicking off with business models. AR/VR hardware sales, e-commerce sales, ad spend and mobile… Read More

  • Lydia is launching a bot to pay back your friends directly from Slack

    Lydia is launching a bot to pay back your friends directly from Slack

    Lydia and Slack are two charming services and I like using them. So when I learned the two of them were having a baby together, you bet I was excited. Lydia is a French payment app, a sort of Venmo for Europe like stealth startup Cookies. It lets you instantly send and receive money with your friends without paying any fee. And it’s Read More

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