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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.
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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.
Dave Days though games were supposed to be fun, but he really hates what he's become... addicted to flappy bird. Set to the tune of Bastille's "Pompeii," it's a fun parody of a very turbulent relationship with the notorious app. At least one person is glad the game got deleted. Now he no longer feels like he got slapped in the face after crashing into a pixilated pipe.
It's Tech Time!!!!!!
Our first Tech Time selection showcases the Horizon app, which is likely going to change the way video is taken on phones. The program makes video squared up no matter how you hold the device, making the RTM uploads that much nicer. This device is a complete game-changer for the viral video community. It is available on iPhones for just under a dollar.
The second spotlight shows how filmmaker Simon Smith is taking footage from 1927 and recreating the shots with a modern day landscape in London. The footage really shows you what a difference 85 years makes.
Coco has one of the most enviable female bodies in the world. There's no ifs, ands, or, well - buts about it (pun intended). Now she has a brand new fitness app you can download that gives you challenging workouts, videos, photos in HD, and other fitness tips. Download Coco's Fitness App here. Coco also loves using a surfboard machine to tighten up that famous derrière.
Have you ever wanted to rate your neighbor or your steak from last night? Well, a new app called "Proust" allows you to rate literally everything. From your ex-wife to whales, nothing is sacred.
Warning: This video contains explicit language. Vine has turned comedy sketches into quick excerpts. Extremely Decent has mastered the brand of quick comedy on Vine and has produced a compilation of several of their seconds-long jokes. Be alert, as payoffs come at lightning speed!
Elite Daily has revealed a new app that doesn't need to be downloaded: My F*cking Brain. The common sense tool allows you to go about your day by making logical choices. If you can't stand making stupid decisions, just start up your noggin.
Francis believes that the YouTube/Google+ merger has caused a major negative impact on commenting capabilities. The YouTube ranter is upset about the trolls and bullies (with monikers like Adolf Hitler and Barack Obama) on the web, who he says are ruining the experience for himself and his audience. The extra spam on Google+ and YouTube has led Francis to speak out about his concerns for the future of vlogging.
Posted in April of 2012, but trending now, is a kid with an awesomely random talent. While some YouTubers have been struggling with the "Talking Backwards" tag, this cute 10-year-old in Scotland can spin words like he's prepping to star in the next horror flick! Does he also speak Latin?