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5 Photo Apps to Save Your Memories in the Cloud for Free

5 Photo Apps to Save Your Memories in the Cloud for Free

Who doesn’t love photos and with cameras available to pretty much everyone, thanks to mobile phones, humans are taking more photos than ever. But storing tons of photos can be a difficult task, especially if you don’t have plenty of storage available on your phone, and not every photo is …

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Enhance your Mac with these 10 powerful apps and tools

Enhance your Mac with these 10 powerful apps and tools

If you own a Mac, you already have access to a handful of great apps that come with each new computer. But if you really want to take advantage of everything that your super-powerful Mac has to offer, you need to invest in some third-party apps that aren’t available on …

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The Best Comic Book Apps for Android and iOS

The Best Comic Book Apps for Android and iOS

Every comic book collector knows that it’s a hobby that requires a lot of space. You may start by grabbing a couple of issues from your local comic book store, but a few months or years go by and suddenly you’ve got boxes full of comics slowly piling up until …

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Get fit with your phone: Ten great apps to help you work out from home (Update: More apps)

Quarantined? Here are ten apps to help you work out from home

Ever since we’ve been asked to work from home, I’ve received a bunch of messages from my friends and coworkers asking me about home workout apps to stay fit. Instead of privately sharing my recommendations with them, I preferred to make them more widely available here. I’ve chosen ten apps …

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apps, ROMs, and everything else you’ll need (Updated)

apps, ROMs, and everything else you'll need

If you’ve been doing the responsible thing and staying put at home recently, that line between workweek and weekend has probably started to grow perilously thin. And as you look for normalcy wherever you can find it, sometimes a nice, escapist dip into gaming is just what the doctor ordered. …

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Smartphone vs Virus, Is Privacy Always Going to Be the Loser?

Privacy-Mad Germany Turns to App to Track Virus Spread

In Europe, officials, doctors and engineers are looking at how smartphones could be enlisted in the war against the spread of the new coronavirus. One obvious attraction for health officials is the possibility of using smartphones to find out with whom someone diagnosed with COVID-19 has been in contact. But …

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12 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android apps from the last three weeks including HMD Connect, Energy Ring, and Dolby On (3/14/20

12 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android apps from the last three weeks including HMD Connect, Energy Ring, and Dolby On (3/14/20

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous three weeks or so. Today I have an app for HMD’s global data-roaming sim card, two Energy Ring apps for Samsung devices, and a Dolby-branded …

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The Best Weather Apps for Android

TheWeatherChannel App

Forget the weatherperson on your local cable network. Today, smartphone and tablet apps provide up-to-the-minute weather alerts and updates that can’t be found anywhere else. To get the most reliable and accurate weather forecasts, you’re going to need to use your phone rather than your TV or radio. Not all weather …

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29 temporarily free and 46 on-sale apps and games for Friday

29 temporarily free and 46 on-sale apps and games for Friday

Welcome to Friday, everyone. It would appear that the mass of sales brought on by the coronavirus is finally starting to taper off, though I still have more than a few quality titles to share today. Most notably, Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a worthy pickup. On top …

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The Best Work-from-home Apps for Android and iOS

The Best Work-from-home Apps for Android and iOS

There are two kinds of office-based professionals: One prefers to work on site despite the headaches of commuting, set hours, and wardrobe requirements, because working in-person with colleagues can’t be replicated. The other prefers to work at home, eschewing a commute, and preferring solitude or the company of nonhuman co-workers. …

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