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Need to Get Someone’s Opinion? Get the ‘Ethan’ App and Ask Ethan!

Ethan app

There are just some things you just can’t ask Siri–and for that, you’ve got Ethan. Think of him as the friend you never had, only cooler, because he created this awesome app (which he aptly named after himself) that lets anyone get in touch with him, anytime, anywhere. Ethan Gliechtenstein originally made the app so his friends could send him a message, but when random people downloaded the app and sent him a message, well, he didn’t disappoint.

But then random people started downloading and I became sort of a virtual assistant at one point, finding music for romantic dinner or animes with dragons for them. Sometimes it’s hard because they keep asking me questions while i’m sleeping. That’s why I added the rules on the home page.

I downloaded Ethan and sent him a few messages, just for curiosity’s sake, and got a couple of responses faster than I expected. You can get the app for free from the iTunes app store.

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Yovo Photo-Sharing App Messes Up Screenshots to Protect Your Pics

Yovo App

So a lot of snaps that were taken and sent using Snapchat were leaked recently. I, for one, am a firm believer that if you need to have an image deleted mere moments after you’ve taken it, then you probably shouldn’t be taking that picture in the first place. Scores of people disagree, so if you’re looking for an alternative to Snapchat, then you should check out Yovo.

It’s an image sharing app created by ContentGuard and it uses a simple but ingenious way to keep your images private. All pictures taken using the app have a blurred grill overlay added to it, which isn’t apparent when you’re checking out the picture. However, it effectively ruins (or rather, blocks) the image when the recipient tries to take a screenshot.

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Anti Tagging App Glitches Your Face Out So You Can’t Be Tagged

Anti Tagging

How many times has social media screwed up your work and personal life? From that drunken night you can’t remember anymore to someone’s bachelor party, there are just some things that are best kept private. Unfortunately, there’s Facebook and their face recognition algorithm that makes it easier for people to tag other people in their photos, making some supposedly-private moments public.

You won’t be able to prevent others from doing this in the future, but you can make a statement with Anti Tagging. It’s an app that detects people’s faces in photos–and glitches them out so no system can recognize them, much alone tag them. Continue Reading

Riffy GIF Keyboard Lets You Say It With a GIF

Riffy Keyboard App

They make you laugh. They help you get a point across. They sum whatever it is you’re feeling in a few frames. That’s what GIFs does for you, in a nutshell. And unless you’re always on the prowl for the latest GIFs on Reddit or elsewhere, it sometimes takes you a few minutes of searching before finding the one that you want you use to do any (or all) of the above.

But that’s where the Giffsy keyboard comes in. It’s an app for iOS 8 that lets users insert GIFs that they deem appropriate into the conversation. The app comes with a built-in library of GIFs to choose from while allowing users to save new ones they come across using Safari.

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Need Cuddles? There’s An App for That and It’s Called ‘Cuddlr’

Cuddlr

Sad? Lonely? In need of a hug? Well, Cuddlr does you one better by not only finding you someone to hug, but someone you can actually cuddle with. The concept is interesting but an app that lets you meet up with strangers so you guys can cuddle is a bit…off. Cuddle is a location-based app that keeps track of people who are looking for cuddles and their current location.

Walk into an area where there’s someone in need and you’ve got yourself a cuddle buddy. Its developers say it’s safe, secure, and private but…we’ll see about that.

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Do You Check Your Phone Too Often? Checky App Will Help You Keep Track

Checky-app

How many times do you check your phone in a day? You might not know the exact number now but there’s an app for that if you’re curious. It’s called Checky, and it was developed by Calm.com to help users keep track of their phone-using habits by monitoring usage. The app also keeps track of where the phone was checked for additional stats.

All you have to do is install the app and you’re good to go. At noon, Checky will let you know how many times you checked your phone the previous day. You can download Checky for Android here and for iOS here.

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Forget Me Not Kid Alarms Reminds You Not to Forget Your Kids

Forget Me Not Kid alarm

It happens even to the best of parents. When you’ve got too many things on your mind or are simply in a rush, you tend to do things you’d otherwise never do– like leave your kid in the car. For their safety and well-being and for your peace of mind, you might want to check out Beverly Marketing Management’s Forget Me Not Kid alarm system.

The system can be installed in a matter of minutes and is compatible with most car seats and car models. It’s comprised of a sensor pad and an app that communicates via radio frequency and Bluetooth.

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Zenytime: Breathe to Play and Relax

Zenytime

How you’re breathing– the pace, the deepness, how long you’re holding your breath– says a lot about how you’re currently feeling. Notice how you take short, shallow breaths when you’re anxious or panicky? And notice how much calmer you get after pausing and then taking a few, deep breaths?

Breathing right can do wonders for your well-being, and that’s what Zenytime is all about. The app pairs with a puck-like dongle via Bluetooth that monitors the users breathing, heart rate, and blood oxygen levels. The app then shows you your stats, as well as provide tips and rewards depending on your results.Continue Reading

Taco Text App: Tacos In Your Inbox

Text a Taco App

 

Text a taco and make someone hungry! The Taco Text app was created for one reason and one reason only: to make people all over the world hungry for tacos. The app’s developers, XOXCO, must be Taco Bell’s favorite people as of the moment. Who knows how many people have been driven to seek out their nearest Taco Bell to satisfy their sudden text-induced taco cravings?

Want to eat tacos? Send a taco!
Want to say I love you? Send a taco!
A taco is the perfect message for any occasion!
Tacos!

Mmm, tacos. You can download the app from the iTunes App Store.

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