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Deal Of The Day Ending Soon: 1 Year Of iOS/Android Game Design Training For 93% Off

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Designing a successful mobile game can be a surefire path to riches, but you need to skills and knowledge to get there. Learning how to build iOS and Android applications without breaking the bank is now possible thanks to the above set of 8 interactive course, spread out over a year. Last time we posted about this, a good number of you guys took the plunge. The deal is ending tomorrow, so if you were even mildly curious, now’s the time. You’ll pay $79 for $1,200 worth of courses, which include “Intro to 2D game design with GameSalad, Intro to 3D game design with Unity 3D, Introdution to 3D Animation with Maya…” and others.

[ 1 Year Of iOS/Android Game Design Training For 93% Off ]

Deal Of The Day: 93% Off On 1 Year Of Training To Develop iOS and Android Games

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You know there’s a bunch of people and companies making some serious money releasing games on iOS and Android, right? Like, what about that dude with Flappy Birds and the reported $50,000 a day he was making? That’s a lot of money, and it’s such a simple game; it could have been you. Thing is, you don’t know how to code. Well, if you spend $79 on today’s deal, you’ll get 1 year of “online game design training created by experts currently working in the video game industry.” Normally this course goes for $1,200, so this deal represents significant savings. Here are some sample classes: Intro to 2D game design with GameSalad, Intro to 3D game design with Unity 3D, Introdution to 3D Animation with Maya… There are 8 in all, and the software required to follow along is free.

[ 93% Off On 1 Year Of Training To Develop iOS and Android Games ]

Deal Of The Day: 79% Off On iOS 7 Developer Bundle

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Ever look at a game like Candy Crush and wonder just how much money it’s making? Or what about Flappy Bird? There was a rumour that at its height, this simple app was generating about $50k a day. You’d love to get in on some of that action, but the issue if you don’t really know how to code for iOS. Well, today’s deal attempts to take care of that; you’re looking at some online courses today. The iOS 7 Developer Bundle consists of about 19 hours of lectures in topics ranging from the basic “Essential Programming Languages For Both iOS Devices & Mac OS X Systems” to the more specific “Program Your iOS Apps To integrate With iCloud, and a bunch in between.” The courses are split into different topics, each of which contains videos, tutorials, and lectures. Normally you’d be expected to pay $391 for all these, but you can get in for $79.

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Cloak App Helps You Avoid Those You’d Rather Not See

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There are many applications that let you find your friends nearby; Cloak does the exact opposite and gives you the tools to avoid those you’d rather not run into. Created by former Buzzfeed creative director Chris Baker, Cloak lets you tag some of your friends as “undesirables” (say a nasty ex, or that creepy guy at the office that you have no choice but to work with) and then keeps track of their whereabouts through their own check ins and public geo information. If you happen to wander within a preset radius of their known location, Cloak notifies you and gives you the chance to run away.

The tagline is “incognito mode for real life” and we’re kind of really digging the idea. It’s free, although iOS only at the moment.

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ForeverNOT Lets You Put a Wager On People’s Relationships

 

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ForeverNOT is one of those cruel but fun apps that you’ll probably still get because of the entertainment factor. Not only does it ask you to judge on whether or not relationships between certain friends will work out, but it also asks you to bet on them as well. In this day and age where some people trader partners and get into X+3 relationships in X months, it kind of makes sense (and justifies your usage of the app, especially when they call you up in the middle of the night to say “I think he’s the one!” after only three weeks of dating.)

If you’re not too keen to put your friends up on the pedestal, then you can always weigh in on celebrity couplings, with one of the most-talked about pairings right now being Kim K and Kanye West.

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Send Messages That Self-Destruct With Wickr

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Have you ever sent a message that you wished you could take back a few hours or days later? Wickr won’t exactly let you do that (I think few, if any, apps actually allow you to delete a message before it’s been read), but it will allow you to send encrypted messages that expire within a certain time period once they’ve been opened.

Aside from text messages, you’ll be able to send pictures, videos, PDFs, and voice messages with an extra layer of security so that only the message’s intended recipient will be able to read or access it.

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Share Your Thoughts, Read People’s Secrets With the ‘Secret’ App

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Secrets. Everyone has them. There’s a reason why they’re kept hidden–to keep a relationship going, to keep a business running, to keep a family together. But keeping it in will eventually take its toll on the secret keeper. If you find yourself in a similar situation but want to express yourself somehow, then you can always talk about it in ‘Secret.’

It’s an app that lets people share their innermost thoughts and read other people’s secrets, too. What makes it different from other apps is the fact that only people in that person’s list of contacts can see the secret.

Your secrets are delivered anonymously to the people in your Contacts who are on Secret. They can view, love and comment on your post. When friends love your secret, it will be shared to their friends. If they love the post, it can reach even further. When your secret travels beyond two degrees, it will be marked with your general location, like “California”. People beyond two degrees will be able to love your post or comments, but won’t be able to add comments to the conversation.

While it’s anonymous in the sense that it won’t reveal your name or identity, you might want to be careful about revealing too much details because some people in your address book might figure it out and realize that it’s you.

You can check the app out here.

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‘Everyday Racism’ App Shows You What It’s Like to Be In Someone Else’s Shoes

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In this day and age, you’d think that racism would no longer be an issue. Unfortunately, it still is. While it isn’t as widespread as before, racism is something a number of people have to deal with on a daily basis. Whether it’s microaggressions or a bit of unfair treatment here and there, it’s still racism all the same.

Shedding some light on the discrimination of racial minority is the Everyday Racism app by All Together Now, who worked with the University of Western Sydney, Deakin University, and Melbourne University on its development. It plays out like a game of sorts, where the user chooses to play as one of three characters, all of whom are based on actual people and their real-life experiences. Four scenarios will play out over the course of one week, where you will be subjected to discriminatory treatment that real people have faced while going about their day.

You can also choose to play as yourself, where you will be able to see how discrimination plays out in society and how it affects others from a third-person perspective.

Everyday Racism can be downloaded for free from the iTunes App Store and Google Play.

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PhoneTag App is Like a Digital Walkie-Talkie

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Sometimes, text messages aren’t enough. Whether it’s a declaration of love or a description of whatever it is you want your significant other to pick up, PhoneTag will be able to help you out. It’s an app that sort of works like a digital walkie-talkie: it lets you take a photo and record a voice message to send along with it.

It’s a notch behind video and one step ahead mere audio messages. I’m sure there’s a niche out there for users who prefer this over just video or audio. The app is free to download from the iTunes App Store.

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