Tag: Apps And Software

App Review, Applications

Walk to work and earn miles with this app, just like airline frequent flyer programs

July 24, 2018

Via: Mashable

All those miles you log driving back and from the office are finally worth something. Miles is a new rewards platform for all types of travel. It’s a way to “incentivize and nudge user behavior,” Jigar Shah, CEO and co-founder, […]

App Review, Applications

Instagram will now let you follow your favorite #trends

December 12, 2017

Via: Mashable

Instagram is widening the scope of its feed and officially opening up its follow feature to your interests by allowing users to follow hashtags. That’s right, you’ve been #blessed — and now you can give that topic a follow, too. […]

App Review, Windows

Microsoft starts clock ticking on Office 2016’s first upgrade

June 17, 2016

Via: Computerworld

Microsoft this week released the second upgrade for Office 365 commercial subscribers on the slow train, and warned those still running the original Office 2016 applications that they have four more months before they will be required to update. Alongside […]


It’s official: Meerkat is finally coming to Android

April 16, 2015

Via: Karissa Bell

Android users: Your wait for Meerkat is almost over. Meerkat is now allowing Android users to sign up to get access to the beta version of the Android app, the company announced Wednesday. The company had previously confirmed an Android […]


Android Wear app lets you unlock doors by saying “Ok Google, open sesame”

February 25, 2015

Via: Karissa Bell

Android Wear commands keep getting better and better. In addition to the functions of your smartphone you can control with the Android-based wearables, one developer has found a way to allow users to wirelessly unlock their doors with only a […]


Gmail autocomplete bug could confuse you into emailing the wrong person

February 24, 2015

Via: Stan Schroeder

Gmail has recently been experiencing an issue with autocomplete, which prioritized the wrong accounts, according to multiple reports from users For example, you could start typing the address of someone with whom you’ve exchanged hundreds of emails, and Gmail autocomplete […]


Apple’s top iPhone app of 2014 aims to be best brain-training game yet

December 9, 2014

Via: Karissa Bell

2014 may have been the year of so-called “dumb apps” — but some apps are actually able to make you smarter. At least, that’s the claim of Elevate, the iPhone app Apple just named best of the year See also: […]