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Dec 18, 2012
Enhance Your Twitter Experience with UberSocial

Enhance Your Twitter Experience with UberSocial

Meet the brains behind UberSocial, Paul McDonald, and read how he and his team are taking Twitter to the next level.

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Nov 27, 2012
Client-Developer Tag Team: Creating the Room 77 Travel App

Client-Developer Tag Team: Creating the Room 77 Travel App

Developer Two Toasters and hotel search engine Room 77 work together in creating the five-star Room 77 app.

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Nov 19, 2012
Get On Board With Skyscanner’s Gareth Williams

Get On Board With Skyscanner’s Gareth Williams

Skyscanner’s Co-founder Gareth Williams tells us why he believes his travel app (aside from looking at the numbers) is the best on the market.

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Nov 09, 2012
Exploring the Ultimate Music Video Experience with VEVO’s Michael Cerda

Exploring the Ultimate Music Video Experience with VEVO’s Michael Cerda

The Recapp catches up with Michael Cerda of VEVO to talk about what makes a successful video-watching experience on a mobile device.

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Nov 02, 2012
Organize Your Pictorial Life with flayvr

Organize Your Pictorial Life with flayvr

Flayvr makes organizing and sharing your mobile photos and videos easier than ever. Meet the man behind the app and learn more about it.

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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.