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There’s an app for that! Discover the best new Android and iPhone apps that are available on the app stores. We scour the web every day to find the most useful new mobile apps for you.

Infinite Scroll: Life Under Instagram

Infinite Scroll: Life Under Instagram

Apps, Long Reads, Tech

The speed of machine learning is startling, often creepy. It is hard to tell what is creepier: the feeling that someone is somewhere out there, following your every step, or the fact that no one is, just the tracking device you carry with you in your pocket.

For Bumble, The Future Isn’t Female, It’s Female Marketing

For Bumble, The Future Isn’t Female, It’s Female Marketing

Apps, Long Reads, Media, Tech

Whitney Wolfe Herd set out to build a safer dating app for women, but it’s not clear that she’s made a measurable difference. According to a company user survey, about a third of Bumble women had received lewd photos from men, whether through text or other social media that Bumble couldn’t control.

Why We Fell For Clean Eating

Why We Fell For Clean Eating

Apps, Food, Long Reads

The oh-so-Instagrammable food movement has been thoroughly debunked – but it shows no signs of going away. The real question is why we were so desperate to believe it.

How To Tell If You’re Talking To A Bot

How To Tell If You’re Talking To A Bot

Apps, Explainers, Tech

It’s important not to be swayed by fake accounts or waste your time arguing with them, and identifying bots in a Twitter thread has become a strange version of the Turing test. Advances in machine learning hint at how bots could become more humanlike.

KRY App, See A Doctor By Video

KRY App, See A Doctor By Video

Apps, Health, Innovation

KRY takes care of you and your family’s physical and mental health. Book a video appointment for you or your child with one of their doctors or psychologists – at a time and place that’s convenient for you. They’ve got drop-in appointments or you can book one at a specific time.

Instagram, My Daughter, And Me

Instagram, My Daughter, And Me

Apps, Life, Tech

What Instagram has allowed me to do is to employ a kind of digital physics, to warp my experience of space and time in my favor. In the offline world, I spend precious hours with her and then she disappears. But online, she is with me again when I post, and then again each time I receive a notification.

Inside The Most Watched YouTube Channel In The World

Inside The Most Watched YouTube Channel In The World

Apps, Business, Tech

India’s T-Series built an online empire from Bollywood. Now it has to survive Netflix. Bhushan Kumar argues that T-Series has no reason to fear this invasion, and not just because it sits behind a moat filled with more than 200 million YouTube subscribers.

The Influencer And The Hit Man

The Influencer And The Hit Man

Apps, Crime, Tech

How a years-long domain name feud for DoItForState.com ended in a bloody shootout. “Do It For State” is the hyperviral tagline associated with the social media company State Snaps, which aggregates and posts debaucherous college-aged behavior on its Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter.

Nikolay Schegolev

Inspiration
Nikolay Schegolev
Beeline Smart Compass Navigation

Beeline Smart Compass Navigation

Apps

Beeline for bicycles is a stripped back navigation device that makes finding your way by bike beautifully simple. Beeline’s intuitive navigation interface guides you with a clear arrow giving you just the information you need to find your way. Price: $125.

Apps Have Changed The Way We Date

Apps Have Changed The Way We Date

Apps, Tech, Videos

The online dating industry is projected to be worth $9 billion by 2025 and according to eHarmony, most people will find a partner via an app or website by 2035. Tinder is one of the most popular swiping apps with more than 5 million subscribers and it’s launched a whole new language of love.

WeWalk Smart Cane Helps Blind People Navigate

WeWalk Smart Cane Helps Blind People Navigate

Apps, Innovation, Videos

The WeWalk stick has an ultrasonic sensor that detects obstacles above chest level and uses vibrations to warn the user. It can be paired with a smartphone to help navigation and is integrated with a voice assistant and Google Maps. Connecting the stick to the Internet of Things and smart city solutions makes it user-friendly.

The Apps On My Phone Are Stalking Me

The Apps On My Phone Are Stalking Me

Apps, Tech

Your location, your purchases, video and audio from within your home and office, your online searches and every digital wandering, biometric tracking of your face and other body parts, your heart rate and other vital signs, your every communication, recording, and perhaps your deepest thoughts or idlest dreams.

The Most Common Airbnb Scams Worldwide

The Most Common Airbnb Scams Worldwide

Apps, Crime, Tech

Scammers all over the world have figured how best to game the Airbnb platform: by engaging in bait and switches; charging guests for fake damages; persuading people to pay outside the Airbnb app, and engaging in clumsy or threatening demands for five-star reviews to hide the evidence of what they’ve done.

How Chronic Renters Are Reshaping The Homeware Industry

How Chronic Renters Are Reshaping The Homeware Industry

Apps, Business, Design

It is clear that millennials and Gen Z are now renting at record rates, yet the appetite to make a house a home remains equally high. Young people are increasingly finding more temporary solutions to the challenge of making a rental home Instagram worthy without falling foul of their landlords.

Michael Crichton

Inspiration
Michael Crichton
Relax, Turn Off Your Phone, And Go To Sleep

Relax, Turn Off Your Phone, And Go To Sleep

Apps, Health, Life, Tech

Our devices are a gift that connect us to so many people and so much information, but they do not have to raise our anxiety and harm our all-important sleep. We need to control our devices, rather than letting them control us.

What Would Happen If Facebook Were Turned Off?

What Would Happen If Facebook Were Turned Off?

Apps, Life, Tech

Facebook is blamed for all sorts of social horrors: from addiction and bullying to the erosion of fact-based political discourse and the enabling of genocide. New research—and there is more all the time—suggests such accusations are not entirely without merit. It may be time to consider what life without Facebook would be like.

One Woman's Instagram-Fueled Ascent To ‘Boss Lady Status’

One Woman's Instagram-Fueled Ascent To ‘Boss Lady Status’

Apps, Business, Long Reads

For New Orleans entrepreneur Jesseca Dupart, social media isn’t just a tool for building her business—it’s a platform for inspiring other black women to do the same. She started as a simple hair salon in 2012, now her beauty products are available in stores in every state, as well as Canada, the Caribbean, and the UK.

Watchsmith Unlocks New Apple Watch Features With Dynamic Complications

Watchsmith Unlocks New Apple Watch Features With Dynamic Complications

Apps, Design

Watchsmith lets you create dynamic Apple Watch complications that change throughout the day. Want a complication to check the weather in the morning, show your work calendar during your 9 to 5, and show your activity data before bed? Watchsmith can do that all with a single complication.

It’s Not You. Phones Are Designed To Be Addicting.

It’s Not You. Phones Are Designed To Be Addicting.

Apps, Explainers, Tech, Videos

Today’s phones are hard to put down. Push notifications buzz in your pocket, red bubbles demand attention, and endless distractions sit at your fingertips. It can feel impossible to pull away from. The 3 design elements that make smartphones so hard to put down, explained by Google’s former design ethicist.

How To Digitize Handwritten Notes

How To Digitize Handwritten Notes

Apps, Explainers, Tech

A number of smart devices offer to digitize your scribblings, either as you write or shortly afterward. In addition to storing images of your notebook pages in electronic form, some of these hardware and software packages actually convert your writings into searchable text.

The Twitter Electorate Isn’t The Real Electorate

The Twitter Electorate Isn’t The Real Electorate

Apps, Media, Politics, Tech

For anyone interested in politics, Twitter is the closest thing to a global community center, or a small-ads section—the virtual room where it happens. All of this gives the social network outsize power to shape the political conversation. However, social media is distorting our sense of mainstream opinion.

Franck Bohbot

Inspiration
Franck Bohbot
Inside A Pro-Trump YouTube Disinformation Network That Spans Vietnam To Bosnia

Inside A Pro-Trump YouTube Disinformation Network That Spans Vietnam To Bosnia

Apps, Politics, Tech

YouTube removed at least 20 channels posting false or divisive content to generate ad dollars. The channels used voice-over actors to read scripts. A sampling of recent clips included: “BREAKING: Trump Just Made One Bold Move – Obama Must Scream”; and “They Did It! – Supreme Court Ends It For Dems.”

Adobe Unveils Photoshop Camera App For iOS & Android

Adobe Unveils Photoshop Camera App For iOS & Android

Apps, Design, Photos

Adobe today announced a new mobile app called Photoshop Camera, which “brings Photoshop magic directly to the point of capture.” Photoshop Camera is a new Sensei AI-powered app that automatically recognizes subjects in photos and suggests artist-created image filters to apply.

Unfold: The App That Lets You Create Beautiful Stories

Unfold: The App That Lets You Create Beautiful Stories

Apps, Tech

Unfold is an app and toolkit for storytellers. It’s used by celebs, influencers and other Instagram power users. Create beautiful and engaging stories from minimal and elegant templates. The app is available for iOS and Android.

Remente, Personal Growth And Development App

Remente, Personal Growth And Development App

Apps, Health, Life

Remente is a system of tools and insights to help you lead a richer, happier and healthier life, based on how the brain works and performs. Maintain focus and direction while managing stress and work-life balance, all in one app. Tasks, routines, goals and habits in one place.

Yoga With Adriene: How The YouTube Star Won Lockdown

Yoga With Adriene: How The YouTube Star Won Lockdown

Apps, Health

Adriene Mishler was already huge before the pandemic – her channel, which has more than 7 million subscribers, is the first to pop up when you search for “yoga” on YouTube – but the lockdown has catapulted her to a new level of fame.

How Instagram Killed The It Girl

How Instagram Killed The It Girl

Apps, Life, Media

In a world of constant self-surveillance and curation, we may never see the Parises, the Nicoles, the Taras in the way we once did. The It Girl exists within the moral grey areas of life, but with the existence of social media, such grey areas no longer exist for her to live in – everything is now black and white, good or bad.

Capture Your Rides On Video With Surfline Sessions

Capture Your Rides On Video With Surfline Sessions

Apps

Surfline is the most trusted name in marine weather forecasting and has been helping surfers of all skill levels find great waves since 1985. Introducing Surfline Sessions: Relive your surf sessions and analyze your performance with the newest feature in the Surfline app.

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