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How to Ditch Your Big Terrible Bank

People don’t talk about it quite as much as they did in 2008, but big banks are the worst. Aside from the fact that they’re full of crooks , big banks provide terrible customer service, charge obscene fees, and profit from your misery. You should probably stop giving them your money now. Read more… Continue [...]

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PhotoMath

An app that instantly solves math equations using your phone’s camera, then shows you the step by step solution. It can solve simple arithmetic and algebra equations. Available for iOS and Windows Phone; Android version drops in 2015. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: Free Continue Reading from the Source

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iOS Expert: Don’t Use Whisper If You Want to Remain Anonymous

When apps are accused of shady behavior, Jonathan Zdziarski is the guy that investigates . And this week, the self-identified iOS forensics expert was quick to respond to requests for a deep dive into Whisper, the supposedly anonymous secret-sharing app that’s been taking heat lately . Guess what: Whisper’s not so anonymous. Read more… Continue [...]

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The Best and Worst Celebrity Apps

In today’s flooded app market, it’s hard for developers to get an idea noticed, and even harder to get it to stick. Needless to say celebrity cred goes a long way, and so has birthed an unlikely partnership between Hollywood stars and software programmers. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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Your Phone Could Become Part of the World’s Largest Telescope

If you could enlist your smartphone to become part of an earth-sized telescope searching for the source of cosmic rays, would you? Researchers at University of California are hoping you’d say yes—they’ve developed an app that will leverage the power of one million smartphone cameras to answer one of the great questions about our universe. [...]

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Adobe Brush for iOS

The new Adobe Brush app lets you make custom brushes out of anything you can take a picture of: a line, a pattern or even your face. You can then save and use your brushes on Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC and Photoshop Sketch. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: Free Continue Reading from the Source

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