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Pay Your Respects On Facebook With The RIP App

  • October 25, 2012

Internet entrepreneurs never tire of inventing new ways for us to connect with one another. Yet, perhaps because of its more somber nature, few address one particular ritual that already brings us all together: saying goodbye to the departed. RIP App aims to give the bereaved a chance to pay their respects…


Most Popular Facebook Apps – Treater Lets You Send Real Beer And Treats To Facebook Friends

  • September 6, 2012

Buy your friend a beer for his birthday. We do it all the time. How about doing it through Facebook? Mobile app Treater lets you buy your friend a beer, sweets, movie tickets, or coffee just to name a few. Is Treater destined to become one of the most popular Facebook apps? It wouldn’t surprise me at all.

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Hmmm App Co-Founder Talks About Helping You Create Your Own Avatar And Magical Moments

  • July 3, 2012

Lists, circles, clouds, clubs, party boats–there are many ways to organize your contacts across social networks and to choose who gets to share what. Hmmm is a mobile app that lets you create your own avatar for each of your different personalities. Their concept is that you get to represent yourself online much like you do in real life – stable and reliable to your co-workers, warm to your family, wild and hilarious to your friends (as just one example of a potential personality split).

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  • June 14, 2012

Call me old fashioned, but I don’t see myself ever growing comfortable with the idea of being video-taped all the time. Maybe it’s because I have a cat, and, although we’ve been together for a number of years, her ever-watchful gaze has conditioned me to feel constant fear instead of mutual ease.

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AESConnect.com – Develop Your App In The US

  • August 19, 2011

AESConnect.comAES Connect is a California-based app development agency that was founded by Mark Otuteye, a former Google engineer and Stanford graduate. AES Connect can create Facebook, Android and iPhone applications in a personalized way, as its development team is made up of ten highly-qualified individuals – the perfect number for ensuring any project will be timely dealt with, and also large enough to provide personal attention when you happen to need it.

The company provides clients with phone support, and the fact of it being based in American soil ensures that the language complications that sooner or later surface when one decides to outsource the development of apps to countries like Pakistan or India. It’s not just a question of language skills, there are also intellectual property laws that can cause problems. By going for a US-based development agency like AES Connect, you won’t have to worry about poor communication delaying what you want to have created, and you won’t have to worry about apps that could run afoul of American property laws either. And once the app is ready, you can buy any of the provided ongoing maintenance packages, and have the peace of mind that comes from having the team responsible for its creation looking after it.

Some of the clients AES Connect has already worked with include 2K Games, Nuskin and Sephora. You can request a quote for free – you have to describe your businesses, explain what your project is all about and define your budget.

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Natuba.com – Photo Sharing for the iPhone Crowd

  • May 6, 2008

Natuba.comiPhone users now have an exclusive site to share their iPhone photos. It’s called Natuba.

Natuba, headed by Richard Yoo of Rackspace, focuses on mobile uploading (it actually works with any phone capable of email). Users add their snapshots to the site simply by sending them to a specific email address. Photos can be captioned and titled and all are displayed in the public stream. Photos may also be rated and commented on. The homepage displays most viewed and recently discussed pictures, you can also choose to view photos randomly using the Surprise Me button. The Activity section shows you what’s going on Natuba, i.e. new comments and new photos uploaded. There’s a Facebook app and Twitter integration too.

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CuteThis.com – Is Your Pet Cute?

  • July 20, 2007

CuteThis.comCall it a rainy day app, because CuteThis is the perfect way to while away hours indoors. It’s deviously simple: on the homepage you’ll find a picture of someone’s pet, if you think it’s cute hit Yes, if not click No.

It’s not, however as easy as you’d like to think. Some animals are rather adorable, but they’re not treacle sweet; they’re not cute like Knut, nor do they deserve the same sort of attention. You see, there are certain gradations of cuteness; some animals are simply sweet, others verge on the saccharine side, while still others will send oohs and awws flying from your lips. And then there are those that wish they were half as cute as their owners proclaim they are. It’s up to you to judge what is cute and what is not. You can even submit your own pet to be scrutinized for the cuteness factor. CuteThis is also available as a Facebook app.

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