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Mole-Checking Apps Do Have Limitations

One in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer by the age of 70 . That's a lot of people! The good news is with early detection, many skin cancers can be removed before they cause major problems. That's lead to a slew of phone apps to check moles for any signs of cancer. The apps claim to analyze your...
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Nope! Mosquito Repelling Apps Do Not Work

The sales pitch sounds good. Ultrasonic technology omitted from your phone's speak creates a barrier to prevent mosquitoes from bothering you. Both the iTunes and Google Play app stores have dozens of listings for mosquito repellent apps, boasted by glowing reviews and logo soup from appearances on...
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This App Points Out Spots For The Perfect Instagram Photos

More than likely you will be doing some traveling this summer and definitely by the end of the year. The best way to cherish those experiences are with a picture. Plus with Instagram being such a easily accessible way to share those memories it might be worth you downloading Depalo . It is an app...
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Time To Say Goodbye To iTunes

An icon of the digital revolution is retiring. The long rumored shutdown of Apple's iTunes was confirmed at yesterday's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, Calif. The primary hub that allowed users to download and enjoy all types of media, like music, podcasts, movies, and TV...
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App Detects A Child's Ear Infection

Generally speaking, using an internet connection to diagnose a medical condition is rarely recommended. But technology is getting better and can better help you identify problems you should discuss with your doctor. The most recent example is an app that promises to identify one of the key symptoms...
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Pure Evil: App Anonymously Texts Game Of Thrones Spoilers To Your Frenemies

No need to remind Game of Thrones fans of another new episode airs Sunday night (May 5), which should run for an hour and twenty minutes. For many running the gauntlet of avoiding spoilers as become epic until you get a chance to watch it yourself. However if you were waiting for a chance to get...
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Avengers: Endgame Pee Breaks Without Spoilers

Avengers: Endgame blew away box office receipts over the weekend, with an estimated $350 million in domestic ticket sales and $1.2 billion globally . While being hugely popular, it's is a long movie at three hours and two minutes. A few weeks ago we introduced you to an app called Runpee , which...
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App Uses Movies To Help You Learn A New Language

Learning a new language can be a challenge, especially as we get older. However it may be easier to pick up a second language while watching a movie. Lingvo is a free app that lets you use Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon Video to help you pick up a language a little faster. With it, you watch a movie...
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App Aims To Prevent Eye Strain From Staring At Computer Screens

Our technology has made a lot of things easier but there has been a cost and it involves our eyes. For business, pleasure or both, we spend anywhere from 6 to 12 hours a day staring at a computer screen. All this time is bad for our eyes. So it may be worth you downloading a free web app called...
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A Better Way To Sell Your Furniture Ans Home Decor

Spring cleaning might involve a furnishings refresh this year. While the idea of getting new home decor can be exciting, what to do with your current decor can be stressful. While Craigslist is a platform we're all aware of, there are more refined and specialized apps that can perhaps be a better...
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