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Test Out Your Next Nail Polish Color With an Augmented Reality App 

I got my nails done a few weeks ago, and it felt great, but I highly recommend trying Wanna Nails (iOS, Android) before you head into the salon so you aren’t fumbling around with color choices. And if you’re more a DIY person for nail maintenance, you can avoid purchasing a color you end up […]

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Infinity Dashboard Makes Your Mac a Warehouse of Useful Information

Mac: Widgets? Old and busted. Filling your Notification Center full of apps and services? The more stuffed it gets, the less useful it is. At least, I don’t like having to scroll up and down through pages’ worth of items if I need a quick glance at my most meaningful data.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Find Out What’s Taking Up Space on Your Windows Computer With Wiztree

Windows: Most computer geeks know about WinDirStat, an incredibly useful utility that shows which folders and files are taking up so much room on your drive. It’s a must-have app, because you’ll be surprised—heck, I’ve been surprised—how many times you might find some random, triple-buried folder on your desktop…Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Blockparty takes on $57 billion live events industry with blockchain-powered event ticketing, app available now

Blockparty is a new app in the race to be first mover in a blockchain-based world. The team has chosen to take on live event ticketing with a new ticketing platform/app which is now available in the iOS App Store. Founded by a team of execs from the live events and blockchain industries, Blockparty is […]

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How to Find and Set Up Messages in iCloud on the Just-Released macOS 10.13.5

With the public launch of iOS 11.4 earlier this week, Messages in iCloud is finally ready for prime time—and not a moment too soon. If you ever linked your phone number to Messages on multiple devices at once, you’d have to delete the same texts on each device over and over. Now, when your devices’ […]

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Create Your Own Live Wallpaper for Your Android Device With ‘KLWP’

Android: Nobody likes a boring home screen. And while you get a number of default options within Android to pretty up your device, you can get a lot more creative if you build your own live wallpaper. KLWP Live Wallpaper Maker is the perfect “the sky is the limit” app, for its usefulness is directly […]

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Syncthing Synchronizes Your Files Without Giving Them Up to a Third-Party Service

There’s nothing inherently wrong with Dropbox, Google Drive, or whatever popular service you use to back files up to the cloud and keep them synchronized between your multiple desktops and laptops. However, data privacy is becoming a bigger deal, and we wouldn’t question you if you’re ready to make the leap away from…Read more… Continue […]

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If You’re an iPhone-loving Windows User, You’ll Want iTunes From the Windows Store

Before we begin, Windows users, let’s start the affirmation: We use Windows. We all agree that iTunes has a terrible design. We will throw a party if Apple ever modernizes its app, but we hate that iTunes is the best possible option for synchronizing content with our iPhones and iPads. Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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How to Use Microsoft Translator’s Enhanced Offline Languages

Microsoft just updated its Translator app for iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire devices to support new optimized language packs that are (allegedly) up to 23 percent better at helping you figure out how to say “where is the bathroom” on your next vacation. They also eat up around half as much space on your phone […]

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Windows App of the Week: Steam Mover

If you’ve been gaming on Valve’s Steam service for a decent amount of time, you’ve probably heard of Steam Mover. It’s a great tool for transferring your multi-gigabyte Steam games to different hard drives on your system, in case your primary hard drive is running out of space (or bursting at the seams).Read more… Continue […]

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This New App Is Like Shazam for Your Nature Photos

In July of 2016, thousands of people wandered out into streets and parks under the guidance of a hugely popular wildlife app. The app was Pokemon Go, and the wildlife did not, in any real sense, exist. Yet while Pokemon fans were attempting to collect fantastic—if ultimately digital—animals, some inevitably found real…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Pioneer DJ’s new app allows iOS device users to record their mixes directly onto their phones

iPhone owning DJs will now be able to record their mixes onto iOS supported devices via DJM-REC, a new app from Pioneer DJ.DJM-REC allows users to transfer mixes directly from controller to an iOS gadget via the board’s USB send and return port. The app is able to “remote control” the peak limiter on the DJM controller […]

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