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Feb 07, 2014
Never Forget a Password Again: Store and Protect Your Info in Life and Beyond

Never Forget a Password Again: Store and Protect Your Info in Life and Beyond

Get to know the folks behind the new password manager app PasswordBox that remembers your important information—even after death.

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Jan 30, 2014
Improve Your Golf Game with the Free Golf GPS & Scorecard App

Improve Your Golf Game with the Free Golf GPS & Scorecard App

The Free Golf GPS & Scorecard app was created by golfers for golfers. Learn about its inspiration and score some golfing tips from its founder.

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Dec 31, 2013
Trey Ratcliff Shares His Travel Photography Expertise

Trey Ratcliff Shares His Travel Photography Expertise

Ever see someone’s photos from their travels and wish you had been able to capture one just like it? Stuck On Earth will help you get that shot.

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Nov 26, 2013
Concert-Finding App Timbre Solves a Boston Musician’s Problem

Concert-Finding App Timbre Solves a Boston Musician’s Problem

The Recapp interviews Andrea Garvey, Director of Marketing at the popular concert-finder app Timbre.

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Nov 12, 2013
DJ App Edjing Creates a New Trend in the App World

DJ App Edjing Creates a New Trend in the App World

Edjing CEO Jean-Baptiste Hironde talks about the evolution of his DJ app and why it’s starting a new app trend.

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Apps I Love

Eating Healthy is a Snap with Dr. Oz’s App Pick

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Dr. Mehmet Oz, famous cardiac surgeon and star of TV’s The Dr. Oz Show, spends much of his time giving nutritional guidance to his show’s viewers and patients. But we bet he never thought advice could get as simple as “take a picture of your food.”

Dr. Oz told USA TODAY that he likes the Meal Snap app. Just use your smartphone to take a photo of your food in front of you, and the app calculates how many calories you’re consuming. Bam—food recording is done.

Of course, the app is not always 100 percent accurate, but we still think the simple act of recording our food helps us be more conscious of what we’re eating. You can share your meals on Twitter, Facebook and foursquare if you want some extra motivation, and you can even view your eating patterns over time.