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Oct 25, 2012
Talking Travel Apps with Stay.com’s Interactive Designer

Talking Travel Apps with Stay.com’s Interactive Designer

The Recapp talks travel apps with Asgeir Hoem, interactive designer for Stay.com's City Guides, Offline Maps.

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Oct 15, 2012
Seeing Double with Sheena Allen Apps

Seeing Double with Sheena Allen Apps

The Recapp meets up with Sheena Allen, the one-man team behind the camera app Dubblen. This iPhone app allows you to merge two photos into one.

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Oct 01, 2012
Education Goes Mobile with Vito Technology

Education Goes Mobile with Vito Technology

Vito Technology, developers of the award-winning Star Walk app, talk about the company's educational mission and inspiration.

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Aug 31, 2012
Let Us Introduce You to Siri’s Quirky Predecessor: Speaktoit Assistant

Let Us Introduce You to Siri’s Quirky Predecessor: Speaktoit Assistant

The CEO of Speaktoit for Android, Windows Phone and iPhone talks about the virtual-assistant app's unique comparison to Siri and the updates that even have iPhone 4S users running to download.

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Aug 23, 2012
The Ultimate Dictionary App Gets an Update

The Ultimate Dictionary App Gets an Update

TheFreeDictionary app offers more than word definitions. Farlax developer Steve Boymel discusses the Android and iPhone app's recent update.

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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.