Rate People Using Peeple’s Yelp-Style Rating App

iOS | Free   A new app, due to be released for iOS in November, is getting a lot of attention in the media and online. Unfortunately, most of this attention isn’t positive. Peeple allows people to rate and review

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Get Translations from your Smartphone or Watch with Microsoft Translator

iOS, Android | Free   Although Google Translate is the go-to app for language translations, Microsoft’s Translator app offers something new: a smartwatch app. Microsoft Translator launched in August and is available for the Apple Watch and Android Wear. It

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Shop Locally with Antsquare

iOS, Android | Free   With e-commerce growing steadily and the buy local movement increasing in popularity, a new app developed in Vancouver brings the two together. Typically, shopping locally means visiting a local storefront or marketplace but the convenience

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Save Space and Clean Up Your Camera Roll with Gallery Doctor

iOS, Android | $2.99 If you’re like most smartphone photographers, you take photos in duplicate or triplicate. Looking at that tiny screen, especially outside where it’s bright, can make it difficult to tell if your photo is blurry or if

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Turn Your To-Do List into a Video Game with Quest

iOS | $2.29   Like most people I often find myself procrastinating when it comes to tasks that I find daunting, tedious, or just plain unpleasant. While I love checking things off my to-do list, I find these tasks are

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Get Realistic Fitness and Eating Recommendations with MyBehavior

Android | Coming Soon! Fitness apps and trackers have been around for several years and many have found them helpful in their quest for improved fitness and nutrition. The challenge these trackers and apps present is that they tend to

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Track and Improve Emotional Wellbeing with Moodnotes

iOS | $4.59 Over the past few years, we’ve seen a slew of fitness and health apps designed to help us improve our physical wellbeing. However, aside from several guided meditation apps, the area of mental health and wellbeing has

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App of the week – First Aid

Be Prepared for a Medical Emergency with First Aid App In a 2013 poll conducted by the Canadian Red Cross, 40 percent of Canadians had been in an emergency where they needed to use first aid but only half of

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App of the week – Twilight

Get A Better Sleep with Twilight Ever find yourself lying wide-awake in bed even after a busy day? If you pay attention to the patterns that lead up to this, you’ll likely find that the busy day you had led

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App of the week – PackPoint

Get Packing with PackPoint Summer is prime vacation season and for a lot of people that means taking trips. Although going on a trip is exciting, packing for one can be a daunting and tedious process. That’s where PackPoint for

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