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You Like Familiar To Windows 10 Mobile

Until we get it for real, we are going to hear so many intriguing things about the new Windows 10. It can do this or that. 195 more words

Adobe color app

Have you ever wondered how to pull colors from a photo if you don’t have Adobe Photoshop? Or maybe you just like those cool color swatch boards that compliment photos. 201 more words

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Survive Gaming Bugs

Here is something you do not see so often. There is a bug bounty reward program for a game, actually. You are not going to save the world with it, just like you had a chance with other more “serious” bug bounty programs, but you can save other fellow gamers from disappointment. 173 more words

6 Must-Know Tricks for Mastering Apple Music

Apple Music, Appleā€™s new streaming service, is finally here. The $9.99-per-month service is trying to beat competitors like Spotify and Google Play Music by cramming in as many features as possible: access to 30 million songs on demand, playlists curated by music experts, algorithmically powered radio stations and a live radio station like the ones you hear on the classic FM dial. 604 more words

Current Top Apps [Mid 2015]

Whilst on the hunt for new apps I thought it worthwhile to revisit my list of top 10 favourite apps, in not particular order:

  1. Veescope Live: Green screen app for work and fun…
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CSR Racing Races Its Way Onto Windows Phone And Windows

Its been 3 long years and CSR Racing has finally made it to the Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 platforms. The game was initially developed for iOS and launched on the App Store back in June 2013; post which it was made available for Android in April, 2013. 135 more words

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Snapchat Solicits Longer Content By Ditching Tap-And-Hold-To-Watch

Snapchat wasn’t built to be a mobile television but that’s what it’s become. Having to keep your finger held down on the screen to view worked fine when people were just sending 10 second private snaps. 449 more words

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