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New App Tells You if You’re Ugly

If you’re interested in knowing how beautiful or ugly you are, there’s an app for that. The app scans a photo of you (or your friends) and gives a rating between 1 and 10 on the Ugly Scale. There are also sound effects and comments thrown in so beware if you come out as a […]

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App Downloads set to Double by 2016

A new report from Juniper Research predicts that mobile device users will download upwards of 66 billion apps by 2016, over twice a much as what was downloaded in 2011. This is a huge opportunity for developers as Juniper says that 87 percent of the apps downloaded in 2016 will be free, with benefits of in-app purchases and […]

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Parents Sue Apple for In-App and In-Game Purchases

A group of angry parents, whose children have racked up large bills after buying in-app purchases on iOS devices, are suing Apple for unfairly profiting from in-app payments. This I find funny because a typical naija parents will either beat the hell out of that child or suspend their school fees or suspend the house […]

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App to Easily Switch iPhone Bluetooth On and Off

A new app called Bluetooth OnOff has with a touch solve the painful stress of searching through the settings of the iPhone to control the Bluetooth. However, this sort of direct control of Bluetooth violates the company’s developer terms so it is quite unsure how Apple will react. Download the App here »  Mac Rumour

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A Chat with Pashash co-founder Faheem Kajee

Pashash, a Local startup funded by Google Umbono project in South Africa is in the process of developing a brand new app that helps people share real shopping with their mobile phones. Faheem Kajee, co-founder of Pashash shared with Bandwidth Blog, more insights on the app, the startup experience and motivation with some good tips and […]

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iPhone App Promises Sweet Dreams

Whether it is a stroll on the beach or a trip in the space shuttle researchers are testing a new iPhone app to see if it is possible to craft the perfect dream. Developed by a British psychologist Richard Wiseman (I Like the name), the Dream:ON app plays a soundscape to evoke the sensation of […]

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