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Habit Challenge

Habit Challenge

Building good habits and breaking bad ones is difficult. It requires you to fundamentally reshape your behaviour and to resist your natural patterns. In order to make the process easier, we recommend using this Habit Challenge app developed by Dariusz Luksza. Habit...

Triviata

Triviata

I came across Triviata app developed by Veratech, and it was certainly a head-turner because of the unique concept, which is, at least to me, a perfect app for users. Also, if people followed news about this app for the past several weeks, then you will know that how...

SEEMILE Korean

SEEMILE Korean

By using your smartphone to learn from just makes quality sense. It’s a device that is almost always with you which means you can take your learning everywhere and there are lot of resources to teach you what you require to know. Some learning apps are better than...

Neuraboot: The Self-Care App That’s Actually Proven to Work

Neuraboot: The Self-Care App That’s Actually Proven to Work

There are a ton of self-care apps that exist, but very few are proven to work. NeuraBoot, now available on iOS, is the results-driven, clinically-backed, self-care app you’ve been looking for. Here’s what one review had to say: “I’ve been using Neuraboot for about a...

BullBear

BullBear

I did notice few new apps that hit the Play Store and App Store, so I have bit of trying up to do in terms of latest releases. One that specifically caught my eye was BullBear app developed by Bullbear Limited because of the best features where you can enjoy fantasy...

Ecash

Ecash

Whether it’s purchasing grocery at a consignment shop, or never missing the chance to save some money, who doesn’t like to make little extra money? The real fact would be there is money just hiding something that you use every day of your phone. More recently I have...

Layers of Fear – psychological horror game

Layers of Fear – psychological horror game

Layers of Fear is a beautifully terrifying psychological horror game Some games want to mess with you. Layers of Fear is one of those games. Set in the 19th century, you assume the role of a painter who is as insane as he is talented (and he is very talented). With a...

Woofy – The Numero Uno Social Media Marketing Tool

Woofy – The Numero Uno Social Media Marketing Tool

Online marketers always have this question in mind, “What would be the best way to market my business or brand and what would be the best social media marketing tool in the industry”? When you need to be very successful in your social media marketing, then you have to...

Analyze Your Digital Marketing With UTM Tracking Links

Analyze Your Digital Marketing With UTM Tracking Links

UTM that stands for Urchin Tracking Monitor is something that helps you track the website traffic patterns. This URL-encoded method of telling the Google Analytics about the path that the visitors used to get to your website is UTM tracking. The website...

Interval Timer – Interval Training HIIT & Tabata

Interval Timer – Interval Training HIIT & Tabata

If you are confused about the abundance of smart phone Interval Timer apps, then select this popular Interval Timer - Interval Training HIIT & Tabata app developed by LenGo Apps for maximum benefit. This app is simple and easy to use application for daily workout...

SERP PROXY- MAKE IT POSSIBLE!

SERP PROXY- MAKE IT POSSIBLE!

Collecting SERPs programmatically is a very challenging task for the developers. It has never been easier as we think. However, this task can become easier if we use a comprehensive Google Search API. To be very practical, scraping search results (SERP) manually is a...

Botwars™ Learn. Trade. Win.

Botwars™ Learn. Trade. Win.

In the past few years, it’s become difficult for me to find developers who continue to release quality apps that I will download without hesitation. Fortunately, Quazard Uncharted Gaming is one of those firms who release superlative apps, and I must admit that they’re...