Accompany app review: Become a people person

01 Oct 2017 / reviews

By definition, charming people are more well-liked. Likability, while somewhat inherent, can also be developed in a number of ways
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Mezi app review: streamline your travel planning experience

18 Aug 2017 / reviews

Planning is supposed to be fun (for me) but I am the adventurous kind who enjoys meandering when I'm on holiday. This means that making travel plans is incredibly time-con...
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Talkler app review: Revolutionary audio email management

14 Aug 2017 / reviews

Talkler - Email for your Ears is one of the coolest email-management apps available right now. This is a free app which enables its users to interact with a (customizable) voi...
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Speech Central app review: transform your digital reading experience

05 Aug 2017 / reviews

Speech Central: Web Text to Speech is the next game-changer that is already helping me turn around that problem. This app uses Apple’s VoiceOver technology to read out t...
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Poos Caboose app review: an immersive and cute game suitable for all ages

04 Aug 2017 / reviews

The App Store constantly rolls out an ever-growing variety of games for its users. Gameplay ranges from complex RPG storylines accompanied by highly realistic sounds and visua...
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Flikit app review: a fantastic business social media tool

20 May 2017 / reviews

One of my biggest frustrations throughout my professional life has been not having a business card on hand when I needed one.
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JobFlare app review: A new way to find the ideal job

07 May 2017 / reviews

Today’s job market is highly competitive so, it can be a frustrating exercise trying to be noticed as one small fish in such a large pond.
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Social Status - Find Your Crowd app review: a boost for your social life

29 Apr 2017 / reviews

There’s nothing worse than a Saturday night and nowhere to go. Some people may have a knack for discovering where the next big social gatherings are, but I’m not o...
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Suggestic – Automated Nutrition Coach app review: an innovative approach to health and nutrition

27 Apr 2017 / reviews

As someone who’s had a lot of experience trying to control and maintain a healthy lifestyle, I know how difficult that can be. Boy, do I envy genetically gifted individu...
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Print Reliably app review: a Wi-Fi printing solution for your iDevice

19 Apr 2017 / reviews

There are some things that your iPhone or iPad do well and other things that they fall short in. They’re great tools for communication and of course there are a ton of a...
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MIKU - Photo Editing by Professionals app review: Hassle Free Photo Editing

17 Apr 2017 / reviews

In our selfie dominant world, it seems everyone is trying to capture the perfect likeness of themselves all the time. 
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Real Guitar Free app review: a great app for guitar lovers and learners

17 Mar 2017 / reviews

As someone who real loves to play guitar in my spare time, whatever that is, I always have a healthy scepticism when it comes to apps that claim to be the best guitar playing ...
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UnStock app review: earn money by selling video clips and footage

03 Feb 2017 / reviews

It seems like every time you turnaround these days someone has captured the perfect moment on video using their iPhone that in the past simply wouldn’t have been possibl...
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