Tagged: app

AirSelfie – tiny drone with built-in camera gives wings to your selfie craze

Airselfie drone

What does a selfie fanatic in you do when stretching the arm or flexing out the selfie stick cannot fit in all friends or family members in one shareable frame? If you may, you can opt for AirSelfie – a pocket sized drone with built-in HD camera that can hover in midair to capture every moment perfectly. AirSelfie can takeoff right out of the palm of your hand, hover in air controlled with a smartphone app, and be returned to rest in a custom phone case, wherein it can recharge for another round of selfies. Read More…

Wilson X connected football is every quarterbacks dream ball

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It’s not easy for the best in the world of football to throw a perfect pass. Each quarterback out there will affirm. With the new Wilson X connected football, throwing a perfect pass can be lot easier and more accurate. Designed with budding quarterbacks in mind, the new football measures distance, speed, velocity, spin rate and the throwing position to perfect each throw and help train more precisely. Read More…

Artisto is Prisma like app to remake videos in style of famous artists

Artisto app

Russian Programmers somehow want your pictures and videos styled as works of famous artists. Prisma photo editing app from Russia has taken the Android and Apple users by storm, sadly it doesn’t let you edit videos. A Russian internet company, Mail.ru Group has ceased the opportunity and launched Artisto – a video-editing app on lines of Prisma. Read More…

Privacy assistant app ensures your safety is never compromised online

Personalized privacy assistant app

We cannot just do without some of the applications on our smartphones. Of course all of them are necessary, but do you know these apps may be sneaking into your privacy without your permission. According to studies, most people are unaware of the privacy setting of their mobile applications and some forget about the consent they have given to app on some previous occasion – two issues leading to a lot of privacy leak. To allow individual apps on your phone know what to share, researchers led by Norman Sadeh, professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a personalized privacy assistant app. Read More…

Microsoft’s Word Flow app makes one-handed typing a breeze on iOS devices

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As smartphone users we all like to have a keyboard app which can make meaningful predictions and also feels smooth to use. There are many options in both App Store and Google Play to download such applications. The popular one being SwiftKey which Microsoft acquired last month for $250 Million. Now Microsoft Garage project has made another exciting announcement for iOS users in US. The silicon giant has announced Word Flow keyboard for free in the Apple Store and unlike any other app this one is indeed focused on productivity and ease of use.
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Android N to have 3D Touch like functionality – Apple’s not going to like this

Android N 3D Touch functionality

Android Marshmallow is already up and running on many flagship devices and some earlier versions have also received the Android M update recently. The next step forward is development of another operating system which is better than the last. Android N is that next step development of user-friendly operating environment for Android-powered devices. We saw a glimpse of what this operating environment will bring to the devices and now there is another feature which shows how Android is following in the footsteps of Apple. Bringing a 3D Touch like feature to Android N may be inevitable as Phandroid found out after tinkering with the Android N Developer Preview 2.
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MyShake app gives you extra few seconds before a major earthquake

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Natural disasters, particularly earthquakes are the most feared thing in this world as they strike without notice. Detecting earthquakes has been a major subject of study and researchers world over have dedicated their lives for doing so. There is no doubt how smartphones can play a pivotal role in detecting earthquakes owing to their advanced sensors. Exploring that capability has already been researched by University of Houston and National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology in Italy. Now researchers at the UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory have taken those finding forward and developed an app for smartphones which records even the slightest of tremors and helps in formulating a prediction pattern for the future.
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Smart Bra keeps you motivated for health and fitness goals

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We’ll be seeing a lot of fashion forward wearable tech stuff at CES 2016. And of those, most are going to be fitness and health trackers. Just before the mega tech event a Canada-based company has revealed a smart sports bra that gets the most out of your fitness routine. This bra has sensor-enabled tech fitted in the lower band which does everything from tracking heart rate and breathing rhythm to the number of calories burned during workout.
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WhatsApp coming with video calling feature in the next update

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WhatApp the most popular chatting app got the voice call feature this year and users have been enjoying it no doubting the fact. Now, if a German blog has to be believed, WhatsApp is going to have video calling feature too. This is going to be an important addition to the app and give the users another reason to make it an important part of their daily routine. For now users have to look for other apps like Viber, Skype or Facebook’s own Messenger app for video calling. Getting the video calling feature on WhatsApp will further strengthen their position as the most used communication app in the world.
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Pebble Health is affordable and durable smartwatch maker’s native fitness app

Pebble health app

Recently Pebble went new with the Pebble Round smartwatch, and now it is venturing into the fitness applications. One thing that has refrained Pebble from being the go to smartwatch is lack of a native fitness tracker (users had to rely on third party fitness tracking applications until now). Not anymore. Pebble has now launched Pebble Health, its own native fitness tracking app for its affordable and durable smartwatches. Read More…