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October 1, 2015 • News

Logitech’s New “Logi Circle” Camera Is a Promising Home Monitoring Camera

I remember the days when we had to worry about the ADP person coming in on a Saturday morning to hook up the security in my Mom’s house. Took him all day long, and I’m pretty sure it was expensive.

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September 25, 2015 • News

It’s Friday, Why Not Win Some Free Money with This App?

You know the saying “the best things in life are free?” Well imagine if that was true about money itself. Well not only is it Friday but it’s your LUCKY DAY.

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September 25, 2015 • News

Practice Your Downward Dog Anywhere with the Daily Yoga App

Lets face it, fall is officially here, and summer is behind us. But this doesn’t mean just because you’ll be indoors more often that you shouldn’t continue your quest for fitness. Now you can keep in shape, anywhere you go with the Daily Yoga app.

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September 23, 2015 • Reviews

SwannOne’s Smart Home Control Kit Is a Way to Keep Tabs on Your Home from Afar

With plenty of options out there on the market for home security, Swann Communications decided to take it upon themselves to create the do-it-yourself way with their Swann One Smart Home Equipment, and gave us the opportunity to review it!

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August 25, 2015 • News

ThingThing Puts All of Your Important Content in Your Keyboard

Launched today, Thingthing is a third-party iOS keyboard that gives a way better user experience for your smartphone. Founded by Olivier Plante, Thingthing takes a completely new spin on bringing access to your most used apps and fully immerses them into your keyboard functionality.

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August 11, 2015 • Reviews

You Don’t Have to Be an Athelete to Love the Jabra Sport Coach Bluetooth Headset

The Jabra Sport Coach Bluetooth Headset are great for athletes but you don’t have to be one to appreciate all these sub-$150 wireless headphones have to offer. I can’t run without music and these Bluetooth headphones are, by far, the best way yet to cut the cord and go for a run. They are comfortable, …

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August 5, 2015 • Reviews

The Pronto Peel Transforms Your Smartphone Into a Remote for Your TV

Sometimes you can’t find your remote, but you can be certain your smartphone isn’t far from your reach. So when your remote is on the other couch and you’re too lazy to get up, that’s where Pronto’s Universal Remote comes into play.

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July 28, 2015 • Reviews

The PebbleBee Honey Review: An Item Tracker That Even Your Dog Would Love

There are two things that I always have on me: My wallet and my keys. With technology catching up fast, I’m finding less and less use for my wallet, but one thing that I know I will need for at least the next 4-5 years are house keys. And there’s nothing worse than losing those.

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July 25, 2015 • News

Nod Makes Messaging Your Friends More Personal Again

One thing that is certain in the App Store, is that there’s no shortage of messaging apps available. But with all of the current ones available, there’s a lack of ways to truly express your emotions, even though the standard emojis.   Well that’s where NOD comes into play. Nod is one of the best …

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July 13, 2015 • News

We’re Fully Compatible with the Apple News App!

If you are currently using the iOS 9 beta as a developer, or simply a user testing it out, you’ll be happy to know that we are up and working just fine on Apple’s NEWS app.

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July 2, 2015 • News

Edyn Garden Sensor Now Available Exclusively at Home Depot

Edyn, the connected garden sensor, announced on July 1st that they struck an exclusive retail partnership with The Home Depot. This smart garden device is solar-powered, Wi-Fi enabled, and water and fertilizer resistant. Plus, you can use the Edyn iOS app to find out how to maximize your garden’s health! The Edyn Garden Sensor is …

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June 25, 2015 • Gaming, Reviews

G5’s Game of Dragons Brings Fiery Magic to iOS!

The latest hidden-object puzzle adventure from G5 Entertainment, Game of Dragons follows the path forged by many others, but innovates with a storyline that takes you between parallel worlds, from one reality to another filled with dragons and other fantasy creatures as you discover you’re a princess and work to defeat Simon and rescue the …

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June 24, 2015 • News

Ello Is Available for iPhone…But Does Anyone Care?

Late in 2014 the social media site Ello launched as a sort of ‘anti-Facebook’; no ads, no tracking, no user mining, just user-centric social interaction! The launch generated hype and interest, which quickly dwindled once people started using it! The features continue to grow, and now Ello has launched an iPhone app! Will you try …

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June 15, 2015 • News

Order Your Next Domino’s Pizza by Texting a Pizza Emoji, Because You Can

As if using the Domino’s iPhone or Android app to order your favorite pie wasn’t easy enough, the company recently added ordering by tweet. Not everyone tweets, but just about everyone (except my mom) texts, and now all it takes to order a pizza by texting is to send a pizza emoji to Domino’s.

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June 12, 2015 • News

Pictyear Is a Photo App That Can Make a Collaborative PhotoBook Instantly!

Summer is already in full swing, and with 90 degree weather and vacations being planned, there’s one thing that’s certain: pictures will be taken. But we’ve all been there where we’ve taken a photo and family or friends say “Oh! Send me that!” Luckily for you, there’s an app that’s here to put you ahead …

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June 10, 2015 • News

Close5 Location-Based App Makes Selling Items Safer and More Local

Most of us hate trying to sell things online. There’s been many cases where I’ve attempted to sell things and the buyer backs out, or I’m too afraid that the person might not be as legit as I think. Thus you have to play a guessing game when meeting in a public place to sell …

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June 1, 2015 • Gaming

G5’s Inbetween Land Is FREE on All Platforms This Week!

When I reviewed Inbetween Land for iPad more than two years ago, I echoed sentiments from the Mac review-it was a game I liked but did not love, a fun experience that didn’t match the quality of other G5 releases. But it is still a solid and fun game, and this week it is FREE …

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May 27, 2015 • News

Airtable for iOS Makes Spreadsheets Worth Wanting To Do

Airtable is a new productivity app in the App Store that allows you to organize virtually everything you can think of. Launched earlier this year thanks to backing from many investors, one being famous actor and comedian Ashton Kutcher, Airtable is essentially an app to end all of your spreadsheet woes. Many of us use …

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May 26, 2015 • Music Diary, News

AmpliTube 4 Launches on iOS with Major New Features!

IK Multimedia ‘s AmpliTube has been the ultimate guitar amp simulator since it was released several years ago, and it just keeps getting better and better! Now they have announced an entirely new version–AmpliTube 4–featuring a computer-grade DSP system, new microphone options, expanded effect sequencing options, an updated look and more! And it’s a free …

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May 22, 2015 • Gaming, Reviews

G5 Opens the Door to a Hallway of Madness in 9 Clues 2: The Ward on iOS

Early last year I reviewed 9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek for the iPad, enjoying the game so much I achieved nearly all of the achievements and gushed over the puzzles, story, and overall flow. Now G5 and Artifex Mundi are back with 9 Clues 2: The Ward, and it is better than the …

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May 20, 2015 • News

Flips Is a Visual Messaging App You Have to See to Believe

You can never have enough messaging apps. If you’re one of those folks who enjoy staying connected to your friends and you’re looking for an alternative that will work seamlessly, the new app Flips, might just be for you.   Flips is a visually-powered messaging app that lets you picture your words from a flipbook-style …

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