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With Ali Spagnola's new Power Hour App, you can create custom power hours and music playlists, automatically tweet party photos, and even connect with others using the same app. Talk about the ultimate party app! We want to party with Ali!
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Apparently preparing for a Tinder date may involve denouncing Zumba class, pointing out the colors of your clothes, getting shoe-sand in your eye, and losing the ability to form complete sentences. Better luck next time, Megan. #YoureTooGoodForHimAnyway
Tinder is an interesting dating app, but what if you could use its power in real life? Sure you'd get some pretty awkward exchanges but you'd also be able to meet your future love interest right away. Okay, maybe the positives don't outweigh the negatives, but it sure would make dating a lot more interesting.
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Wouldn't you love to discreetly tell your "friends" on Instagram to take it easy on the selfies? Pic Nix by a&g allows users to sneakily politely let other users know if they're using and abusing their right to Instagram by posting one too many clichés. Don't fear the moral hangover because you can remain anonymous. See how it works.
From Golden Moustache comes a serious warning: When using the Tinder app, be careful which way you swipe! Swipe to the left when you don't mean to, and you may never find that sorta-kinda hot guy again... swipe to the right too freely, and you might drown in creepers. And remember, swipe not, lest ye be swiped! Now go forth and love me tinder.
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For those not familiar with Snapchat, it's an app that allows you to send temporary picture messages to others. And just as you probably speak or text differently to different people - such as your friends, your crush, or your mom - your style of Snapchat must change too. Luke (aka Mippey5) demonstrates those striking and honest differences!
IT'S TECH TIME!! This one's for all you spring break partiers, sort of. While everyone is out enjoying some fun in the sun General Electric is indoor pushing materials to the limit and literally spring breaking it. Then if you're not the beer expert of your friends and don't know which beers taste good on the menu, there's now an app for that and it's called SipSnapp.
Welcome to Snapchat where everything is gone in a matter of seconds, even murder. When a guy's lifestyle decisions put him in a life or death situation, he becomes the victim of a 10-second homicide on Snapchat. Although this is just a film directed by James Corbett, it has an eerie realistic feel to it.
IT'S TECH TIME!!!! Our first item is a new app for the iPhone called Entrain, and it is the perfect program for traveling. The app helps you dictate your jet lag by giving you advice on sunlight exposure. Our second item is a Kickstarter for Kolibree, which is a smartphone-connected toothbrush. The toothbrush teaches us how to brush properly, and you can send the data to your dentist for your next checkup.
It's an app for the future. Imagine having the ability to call drones to do things for you. Get pictures taken, explore, receive weather updates and live feeds all with a few swipes on your smart phone. You can do all that and more with Gofor. Well, not yet since this "drones on demand" app is just a concept at the moment. At RTM we had the chance to Skype with the creator, Alex Cornell, who also gave us the inside scoop on another app we featured.
If you're looking to get thinner in front of the camera, a new app can help you. College Professor Sue Green created SkinneePix to melt any unflattering pounds from your pictures. As the RTM crew points out, this could be a great way to motivate folks to lose weight.
Instagram is almost as big as Facebook nowadays. But what if the popular social media photo-sharing app had been developed in the 1980s? Squirrel Monkey shows us exactly what that would look like. Let's just say there would be at least a half dozen extra steps before you could share your awesome, filtered, "artsy" photo to all of your followers.