When the dad behind the DesignCourse YouTube channel catches his little girls being naughty, he comes up with a hilariously innovative response! Most users use Google Home like they would Siri—for directions, calendars and such. But this clever dad writes a special app that'll "call the cops" (or the next best thing) whenever kicks fly!
You've probably heard the road safety saying about bikers and cyclists "look twice, save a life". App developer Brent Massey says his revolutionary new driving app Ridar Systems is the "third look" we're still missing! View Now
Look closer at photos and videos on Instragram with the new Zoom feature. It's easy - just place your fingers on your phone screen and pinch. Zoom is available for Instagram on iOS now and will be available on Android in the next few weeks. View Now
Tinder is not for the meek. It takes a very secure person to turn over their phone to Amy Schumer to let her do as she pleases with their Tinder profile. One Vanity Fair staffer did just that, and the results are hilarious. Although Amy may not be very familiar with the app (or so she says), her filtering techniques are solid. Watch!
Anna Wintour recently announced the release of a new Vogue app. The app is customizable and gives the user eight stories selected especially for them. It also has all of the latest stories from Vogue Magazine and lets you save them to read later when you are not online. It's available for download on the App Store. View Now
You will love the new Follower iPhone app if you are tired of your followers only following you on social media and not in real life. The iPhone app is for people in New York City who want to literally get followed as a part of an art project. In this amazing video, the beautiful concept comes to life. View Now
The Aipoly Vision App will help the blind and visually impaired use their iPhones to recognize objects and colors with artificial intelligence. The application's beta version will be available on the Apple iTunes App Store on December 23rd. This useful app will help people identify what is in front of them. View Now
Check out this awesome application called the Acapella App that available on the iTunes App Store. It allows the user to record a song and video using only their own voice to make music. Users of the app layer their voice as the sounds of the instruments and lyrics. Aca-mazing!
Check out this awesome application called the Acapella App that available on the iTunes App Store. It allows the user to record a song and video using only their own voice to make music. Users of the app layer their voice as the sounds of the instruments and lyrics. Aca-mazing! View Now
This video contains adult language: We bet you thought there wasn't a right or wrong way to use Tinder, right? Wrong! If this video by GQ has anything to do with it, guys - most of you are doing it wrong. Here's a few tips based on the data from 634 swipes. Puppies in pics = good. Kids in pics = bad. In a suit + you're hot = assured swipe right. Now check out the video for more tips on how to not make girls laugh on the other side of your profile picture. View Now
Leave it to the Lyft to make our worst nightmare come true. The ride app has teamed up with The Walking Dead to create a real-life zombie apocalypse. Want to scare the crap out of your friends and family? There's an app for that. View Now
With so many apps these days, who can keep track? Now "UnDer" is combining two of the most popular and frequently used apps on your smartphone so you can kill two birds with one stone. How would you like to meet that special someone while you're being driven to your desired destination. There's an app for that! Check it out.
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If you're not already familiar with Amanda Oleander, let us introduce you to her. She is the queen of Twitter's brand new live broadcasting app, Periscope. She has shot to stardom by live streaming her days, becoming even more popular than celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres on the platform. She joined RTM to tell us all about it, and even showed us to the more than nine million users who love her. View Now
You've probably seen someone stroke their hair a few times. Turns out they either just like the feeling of their hair or they're spies. Well, not really spies but they are doing something sneaky! Hairware is a new device woven into hair extensions that can activate apps on your phone. Now we can all be suspicious of people with long hair... View Now
If you're sober it's tough to be around your buddies when they're pounding beers and throwing back shots. That's why there's a new app designed especially to connect sober people with others who refrain from drinking and drugs. It's called the Sober app and it works like Tinder where you swipe left or right and accept friends or not. Hey, there's no need to not be social just because you're sober, and that's where the Sober app comes in. View Now
If you're going to apply for a job at Snapchat you have to do something creative, you know like maybe using their app to submit snapchat your résumé. Elski Felson is a genius and we're definitely rooting for him to get the job! View Now
Do you ever take the time to stop and read those lengthy, wordy notices that come up when you want to download an app on your smartphone? Of course not. Most of us don't even bother. But perhaps we should. This eye-opening video by Silent Circle will certainly make you think twice the next time you're prompted to push that "Allow" button on your personal cell phone. View Now
Ballet can be so interpretive and it can be more difficult for some to see all of the steps taken. That's where Electronic Traces comes into play. Designer Lesia Trubat González created the wearable technology that, with Lilypad Arduino technology, tracks where the dancer meets the ground and sends the information to an app, where a graph can then be created. From here, dancers can further work on their dance moves with the advanced data provided. View Now