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April 1st: Your day to become a Pokémon Master!

Google is definitely known for its awesome April Fools’ jokes, but this year’s might be my favorite! Alright, catching Pokémon while rock-climbing would be super cool, but augmented reality isn’t that sophisticated yet. But what they really did is just … Continue Reading

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Gotta go? This app will tell you when to take a potty break during a movie.

You just chugged an entire extra-large mountain dew during the previews, and now you really need to use the restroom! But, you don’t want to miss any crucial moments of the film. Have no fear, RunPee is here! The app … Continue Reading

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Delightful Dates

There’s a new dating app in town! But instead of trying to help single people hook up, Delightful helps you plan the perfect date with your special someone. Date ideas range from picnics in the park, scenic bike rides, at-home … Continue Reading

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Pact

Need some incentive to keep your healthy resolutions this year? Check out Pact, an app that will help you achieve your fitness goals be rewarding you with cash (around $0.30 to $5 per week)! However, if you don’t meet your … Continue Reading

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Hello Cupcake!

Need a little baking inspiration? Check out the Hello Cupcake! App. This free app comes with 10 cupcake projects, but you can purchase more within the app. Each project has an illustrated ingredients list, step-by-step instructions (with photos!), voice-overs, and … Continue Reading

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An App A Day: Lumosity

If you love brain games, check out Lumosity Mobile. Improve your overall brain performance through a series of scientific mind workouts. Lumosity Mobile is available for free in the app store.

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An App A Day: Artsy

Discover works of art with Artsy, an art gallery app. Browse the world’s largest database of contemporary and historical art, find art shows and fairs, and purchase select works right from the app!

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An App A Day: Inflow

Keep track of how you feel with Inflow, your very own mood and emotion diary. The app can map your emotion and energy levels to discover patterns to predict how you might feel in certain situations. Features: – Keep track … Continue Reading

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An App A Day: Ness

Ness recommends restaurants based on the kinds places you like and where you are. Similar to Pandora and Netflix, Ness asks you to rate nearby places so it can learn your likes and dislikes. The app will then spit out … Continue Reading

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An App A Day: Quora

Have a thirst for knowledge? Check out Quora, a question-and-answer based platform. Just type in your question to start a conversation with the Quora community, or reply to someone else’s. The app is incredibly easy to use; you can search … Continue Reading

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