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Contactive for Android

Contactive is an address book app for Android. It can identify unknown numbers using publicly available online data. You can also link your social network accounts to Contactive to get more info about your existing contacts. Link Link 2 Price: Free Continue Reading from the Source

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Tabify

Currently in development, Tabify is a mobile app that will automatically transcribe guitars – and possibly other string instruments – as you play. You can also go over created tabs and edit them. Note that the UI hasn’t been finalized. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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This Game Might Actually Get You To Learn In-Flight Safety Procedures

Unless you’re a first-time passenger who’s a little anxious about flying, you probably pay more attention to your phone than a flight attendant’s safety spiel. But since it really is important to pay attention, researchers from the University of Udine’s HCI Lab are developing smartphone and tablet apps that gamify in-flight safety info . Read [...]

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PackPoint for Android

PackPoint is a free Android app that generates a list of clothes and other items to pack based on your destination, activities and the weather forecast. You can also add to and remove items from the list. Also on Blackberry. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: Free Continue Reading from the Source

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Google gave itself superpowers with sneak change to Gmail’s mobile settings

Google made itself unstoppable last month and it took us all weeks to notice. As reported yesterday, discovered in the fine print of a nearly month old update to its Gmail app was that Google now supports automatic sign-in across all Apple devices running iOS 7.0 and up (so, 85 percent of iPhone users). Log in to Maps, YouTube, [...]

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An Always-Listening App That Alerts the Hearing Impaired To Alarms

In an ideal world, every audible alarm would include a visual indication that something was wrong, so that the hearing impaired would immediately be notified too. Until that happens, a cheap $1 app called Deafalarm could serve as a viable alternative—keeping an ear out for alarms and alerting the user through text and vibrating alerts. [...]

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