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How to make money designing custom Snapchat geofilters

How to make money designing custom Snapchat geofilters Custom geofilters are the must-have party accessory for the Snapchat generation and, now, talented designers are setting up businesses to quench people's thirst for bespoke filters.The site also allows people to upload their own designs, which go through a strict approval system by the Snapchat's geofilter team.

FalseGuide Android malware could have infected almost 2 million devices

FalseGuide Android malware could have infected almost 2 million devices Android malware often takes the form of infected apps on the Google Play Store, and a new variant called FalseGuide has been discovered by security company Check Point.While Google has been pushing monthly security updates, manufacturers like Samsung unfortunately often delay on pushing these updates to customers.

Google announces its full list of Chromebooks with Android apps inbound

Google announces its full list of Chromebooks with Android apps inbound Almost a full year ago, Google announced that many of its Chromebooks would be getting support for Android apps.Of course, just because these devices are “planned” to get Android app support, that doesn’t mean the support will come anytime soon.

Create and publish your own apps with the $15 Android development bundle

Create and publish your own apps with the $15 Android development bundle By the end, you’ll be fully equipped for professional Android app development and ready to start applying for junior coding jobs.How to Make a Freaking Android App The third lesson consists of 6.

Amazon is shutting down Underground app store, ‘Actually Free’ promotions

Amazon is shutting down Underground app store, ‘Actually Free’ promotions In its early days, Amazon’s marketplace would offer up a different free app every day.In 2015, the company discontinued that promotion, but in its place launched Amazon Underground — a separate app where developers could give away their software, and Amazon would reimburse them depending on the amount of time people spent using it.

Samsung’s Marshmallow app encourages and rewards kids to put down the phone

Samsung’s Marshmallow app encourages and rewards kids to put down the phone Every parent knows the struggle of competing with phones, tablets, and various other electronic distractions for their child’s attention.In response to this, Samsung has developed an app for its Galaxy phones that encourages kids to develop self-control and aims to foster “healthy smartphone usage habits.

Your Apple Watch may not have as many apps available as it did before

Your Apple Watch may not have as many apps available as it did before You may love your Apple Watch, but from the looks of it, app makers aren’t quite so enamored.But it’s not just the navigation app that’s quietly bidding adieu to Apple Watch (at least for now).

Get retro: 5 analog-inspired photo apps for your iPhone and iPad

Get retro: 5 analog-inspired photo apps for your iPhone and iPad But, much like physical music media, analog photography has had quite the revival, largely thanks to the growth of film-inspired photography apps available for your iPhone and iPad.As its name suggests, Filmborn was born to replicate the aesthetic of film photography on mobile devices.

Hundreds of apps on Google Play Store are vulnerable to open port attacks

Hundreds of apps on Google Play Store are vulnerable to open port attacks All of the apps are found on Google Play, and many of them have tens of millions of installs so far.To identify the vulnerable apps, researchers used a custom tool to analyze hundreds of thousands of apps on the Google Play Store.

Motorola's next tablet might ship with an innovative multitasking feature

Motorola's next tablet might ship with an innovative multitasking feature There is not much to go on, yet, but here is what we know about Motorola’s 2017 tablet so far.There is a slim chance Motorola’s 2017 tablet runs Andromeda, the rumored Google operating system meant to bridge the gap between Android and Chrome OS.

Researchers Find 234 Android Apps That Track You (Poorly) With Ultrasonic Waves

Researchers Find 234 Android Apps That Track You (Poorly) With Ultrasonic Waves For example, apps can employ ultrasound cross-device tracking (uXDT) to find out where you are or what you’re watching.The research was funded by the German government, and surveyed top Android apps to see how many were using uXDT technology.

Google's Android O Targets Battery Life, Likely With Mixed Results

Google's Android O Targets Battery Life, Likely With Mixed Results According to Google, Android O is more akin to the latter kind of update, with meaningful improvements to device security, battery life, and overall stability.Regardless, Android O does put sharper limits on which apps can register for implicit broadcasts.

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.