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Yummly Recipes & Cooking Tools
If you dream of having an assistant in the kitchen while cooking, Yummly might be your new favorite app. It is filled with features to make your everyday life preparing meals much easier. Yummly is as close to an artificial intelligence cooking app as you can get with today’s technology. Looking in its database of more than 2 million recipes, it gives suggestions on what you can cook up based on the ingredients in your refrigerator and your meal preferences. It even integrates with smart device compatible ranges.
Microsites Are Boosting In-Store Purchases
Microsites have been around for almost as long as websites. They differ from traditional websites by being better at building brand awareness, increasing customer engagement, generating leads, and optimizing SEO value. The reason? They are highly tailored to a specific customer journey. They are seeing more popularity now in part due to the global pandemic and fear of contamination which has caused a boost in online ordering.
The 5 Biggest Apple announcements
The spring hardware reveal event was just held by Apple from California and a slew of new exciting devices are being released this year. iPad Pros with fast M1 chip and a crispy clear Liquid Retina XDR screen, a redesigned iMac with a 24-inch, 4.5K retina display, a new snappier Apple TV 4K for your home entertainment, a new color option for the iPhone 12 and an iPhone compatible location-tracking device called AirTag. Let’s dive deeper into the new Apple releases.
How iPhone 12 Pro Will Transform Augmented Reality Technology Using Lidar
The latest iPhone 12 Pro (and iPad Pro) supported by iOS 14 has a brand-new sensor supporting Lidar (Light Detection and Ranging). While the technology isn’t new, it is on smart phones (Android doesn’t have it). Lidar enables detection of objects and 3D scanning in real-time, but what does that mean for apps? Read on and we’ll tell you.
Pluto TV with 250+ Free Channels and Movies
If you are tired of paying more than a hundred dollars a month for a cable TV subscription filled with close to 18 minutes of commercials per hour of TV, our app pick of the week should pique your interest.
The First Preview of Android 12
Android 12 Developer Preview 1 (DP1), the 12th major version of the Android operating system, has just been released by Google. We got our hands on the developer preview and can reveal the brand new features introduced with Android 12, codename “Snow Cone”. Google release these developer previews to test out features before the official launch of their stable release which will likely be out this August or September. It gives us an early look into what everyone can expect on their Android devices soon.
Nike, the All-in-one Health App
Whether you are trying to reach a fitness goal, wanting to eat healthier or need motivation to get a use out of those running shoes you bought a year ago, the Nike Training Club app can help. The app has so much content that it compares and even rival competitors’ subscription based apps all while being completely free (expect of course for the powerful brand loyalty). So if you’re on the lookout for a new health app companion or an (almost) personal trainer to guide you from couch potato to athletic superstar, don’t let Nike Training Club pass you by.
The Swiss Army Knife of Cash Apps
Remember the old days when you had to pay someone, you’d usually write them a check. In best case scenario you could hand over the check instantly, but the recipient would still have to run to the bank to make a deposit or in worst-case scenario wait for it to arrive by mail and it would take up to a week before the funds could be deposited. Fortunately, that is how it used to be. Nowadays you can transfer money instantly using the device most people have within an arm’s reach, the mobile phone.
The 6 Best Educational Apps for Kids
The COVID-19 pandemic caused a surge in popularity of educational apps. All of a sudden working remotely and home-schooling became the norm. Kids were online with their teachers, but the amount of online-time varied from school-to-school and educational apps for phones and tablets became a helpful tool for parents everywhere. In the beginning of 2020 there was a reported almost 1 billion downloads of educational apps in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Finding out which apps are useful can be a chore with the amount of educational apps available. That’s why we’ve done the hard word for you by finding the 6 best educational apps.
How to Make Your App a Market Winner
What makes or breaks an app is the groundwork before launching the app and the continued maintenance after being published. Get ideas and avoid the pitfalls in our in-depth article on the topic.
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