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Language-learning apps that you need now

Language-learning apps that you need now Up your linguistic game with a language-learning app.This app is built for those who don’t have enough time in the day to sit down and learn.

Why is everyone so worried about Snap Maps when Venmo is the OG creeper?

Why is everyone so worried about Snap Maps when Venmo is the OG creeper? It can also give you some indication of what they're doing, like sleeping or listening to music.That's right: Venmo gives people way more access to your personal life than Snap Maps does.

This week in apps: 'Pokémon Go' turns one, Google Earth live streams, and photo tricks

This week in apps: 'Pokémon Go' turns one, Google Earth live streams, and photo tricks And if you're looking for more, be sure to take a look at last week's roundup.Enlight Photofox is a premium photo editing app, and it's free!

Your next Android might come with a 'panic button' to exit shady apps

Your next Android might come with a 'panic button' to exit shady apps According to XDA-Developers and Bleeping Computer, Google has added a "panic button" feature to Android 7.Here's how it would work: A person rapidly hits the back button four times, and Android exits out of all apps.

Millennials, stop using Venmo to buy drugs

Millennials, stop using Venmo to buy drugs You see, it turns out that the digital generation is using the payment app Venmo to buy drugs.For those not in the know, Venmo allows users to easily send and receive payments — attaching little notes to each and every transaction.

This week in apps: Book spa treatments with Google, take retro photos, and more

This week in apps: Book spa treatments with Google, take retro photos, and more Too caught up in the battle for net neutrality to keep up with all the new apps and updates this week?Now, group conversations automatically open to the first unread message, so you don't get lost.

Helpful new app connects breastfeeding moms with specialists 24/7

Helpful new app connects breastfeeding moms with specialists 24/7 Whether you're a new mother or you've had years of experience, breastfeeding your children can be challenging and confusing.Momseze — a new app that allows parents to connect with certified lactation consultants and baby specialists 24/7 — is here to try and help.

This week in apps: Disney Clips, Firefox updates, and more

This week in apps: Disney Clips, Firefox updates, and more Did you get too wrapped up in all the new Game of Thrones hype to pay attention to the new apps and updates of the week?Every week we round up the most important app updates along with some of the coolest new apps to help you stay in the know.

This vital app connects veterans to talk about mental health and trauma

This vital app connects veterans to talk about mental health and trauma “I called the VA after having a particularly bad nightmare and told them I needed to see someone now," Miller says.That six-hour phone call was the inspiration behind a new app called Objective Zero, the brainchild of Miller and Mercado.

Say hi to Sarahah, the anonymous messaging app that's ruining Snapchat for teens

Say hi to Sarahah, the anonymous messaging app that's ruining Snapchat for teens And, it's all down to Snapchat's most recent update.The anonymous messaging app's recent meteoric rise in popularity has created a trend on Snapchat, much to the annoyance of countless teens.

How Nike turned the shoe drop into a high-tech treasure hunt

How Nike turned the shoe drop into a high-tech treasure hunt “I can’t speak for everyone, but I think they’re cool,” Bengtson said.“I definitely enjoy the treasure hunt aspect of it and sort of having to have a little knowledge of what the shoe represents in order to get it,” Bengtson said.

Are period apps gender-inclusive? Not quite, but they're trying

Are period apps gender-inclusive? Not quite, but they're trying Traditional language surrounding "women's health" often excludes many of the people who have downloaded Clue.Last year, the company settled on the phrase "female health" and wrote an explanation for why.

Google is now letting you use its Contacts app on any Android phone

Google is now letting you use its Contacts app on any Android phone But Google is making it available for anyone with an Android starting now.0 Lollipop or newer to be able to use the Contacts app.

Your next Spotify suggestion could come from Facebook Messenger

Your next Spotify suggestion could come from Facebook Messenger Facebook Messenger uses an AI assistant called 'M' to suggest Uber rides and remind you to pay a friend back.Just type "play music" or "listen to music" or another variety of that.

LinkedIn is rolling out video creation on its mobile app

LinkedIn is rolling out video creation on its mobile app So in its latest effort the social media company is rolling out a video creation tool within its mobile app.Click that, give LinkedIn access to your phone's microphone, and start recording.

Netflix's Co-Founder Creates a $10 per Month Movie Theater Subscription

Netflix's Co-Founder Creates a $10 per Month Movie Theater Subscription After acquiring MoviePass last year, Lowe is introducing a subscription price that might actually get you to go out more.Subscribers can see up to one movie per day for about the cost of a single ticket per month.

Get Your Dorm Rockin' With These Back To School Dating Apps

Get Your Dorm Rockin' With These Back To School Dating Apps Your cellular phone can connect you with potential dating partners across a number of different vectors, and before you check in to the dorm, you should load them up and start swiping.Here’s Geek’s rundown on the essential back to school dating apps.

Fly under the radar: DJI develops an ingnito mode for their drones

Fly under the radar: DJI develops an ingnito mode for their drones When a pilot enables local data mode, DJI apps will stop sending or receiving any data over the internet, giving customers enhanced assurances about the privacy of data generated during their flights.Brendan Schulman, DJI vice president of policy says, “We are creating local data mode to address the needs of our enterprise customers, including public and private organisations that are using DJI technology to perform sensitive operations around the world.

Preview Skype's controversial millennial-inspired redesign on desktop

Preview Skype's controversial millennial-inspired redesign on desktop The redesign is a weird attempt by Skype to keep up with today's popular messaging apps like Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, iMessage, and WhatsApp.Other apps like Slack and Google Chat have brought GIFs, chatting, and personality into the light in most work settings.