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With all the negativity online, it’s nice to see an app for positivity. Cheers, the new network from Shopzilla Founder Farhad Mohit, recently raised $2.5 million in funding for expansion, and if you’re looking for some good vibes in your ‘like’, this might be the app for you!

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

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Send Printed Greeting Cards from your iPhone to Anywhere in the World with Cleverbug

How many birthdays have you “celebrated” on a Facebook Wall lately – too many, right? It’s quick and easy to slap a “Happy Birthday!” on someone’s Timeline – so easy that you’re probably doing it for all the birthdays in your contact list, even for your closest friends and family!

Well, now there is Cleverbug! A new app that aims to bring the magic back to birthdays with real, printed greeting cards and without the all the fuss of last-minute trips to the card store and post-office.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

New touchscreen Android devices designed exclusively for kids with bright colors, rugged cases and no slip grip are overtaking the kiddy phablets market with new releases like Toys R Us’ Tabeo.

Tablets are certainly the hot-ticket item, with Apple projecting over 62 million in iPad sales this last year. But while some parents are only too happy to share their $500-plus tablets with the kids (or even buy the kiddos iPads of their own), some are opting instead to get a tablet designed specifically for their wee ones’ tiny fingers and eager minds.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

With the growing popularity of tablets, one wonders if the familiar site of someone unfolding a laptop and perfectly positioning it upon a Starbucks table will soon be a thing of the past. Tablets are increasingly outselling laptops and the proof is apparent everywhere.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Try Dakwak to translate a website quickly; Dakwak provides easy and quick options for both machine and human translation. 

If you’re promoting a product to a global audience or you’re blogging for people all over the world, there’s no reason to have your website in only a single language. Although your site will receive traffic and most people around the globe will understand your content (if it’s in English), giving your users a localized version always helps to increase engagement on site. Imagine your website has visitors who speak Spanish; although they read English, if you were to offer them a Spanish version of your website, they’d develop a higher level of personal association (and loyalty) to it. You’d also be taking the edge over your competitors by offering your content in a number of languages.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

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The app market has plenty of apps for women but it’s not always easy to find the right ones for you. With the help of this list, you can do so in minutes!

It’s true; there’s an app for just about everything (there’ an app for that!). That’s why it comes as no surprise that picking the best apps for women, from among thousands of lifestyle apps designed specifically for us, can be confusing! To help you get the right apps, I’ve prepared a list of some good ones. These apps have been vetted; they have excellent technical support and each app has a huge user base confirming its usability.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

OurCrowd, a crowdfunding-VC hybrid reinvents entrepreneur funding in the Startup Nation.

This past October I took an intense trip to Israel where I met with leaders in the sizzling tech scene. Learning about technology in Israel was an incredible experience! Among those I met was Jon Medved, a bearlike, Berkeley grad from Santa Monica who moved to Israel at the onset of his career as a serial entrepreneur. Since then Jon has gone on to invest in over 100 start-up companies.

 
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Dezyn.it, a free interior design app, is making interior design a little bit more fun (and practical!).

Picture this: you’ve been eyeing a vintage couch for months. You finally decide to purchase it. Not only do you have a hard time having it shipped to your home, when it finally arrives, you discover it doesn’t really match your existing vintage look. You then slave to get it returned and end up quite frustrated by the entire ordeal.

If you’ve ever tried to purchase an item for your home (big or small), there’s a cool new app (it’s FREE) that you ought to check out in the AppStore. It’s called Dezyn.it; it’s an app you can use to “pre” visualize how any item might look within any given space, before you actually buy it.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

In today’s crowded app marketplace, it can be difficult to find a casual gaming app that has a truly positive message. It seems even the most casual of games have zombies (death), guns, or gambling involved. Every so often, it’s refreshing to see a different type of game; Mom vs. Bad is one such example.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Released in July, the Snapchat App now places in the top ten most popular free apps for the Apple iOS market and the newly released Android version places 33 on the list of top 100 free apps in the Google Play market.

Unless you’re 20-something or the parent of teenager chances are you haven’t heard of this popular picture chatting app. The concept is simple the user can snap a picture, add text to it or draw on the image, and then set a time limit (three to ten seconds) for the viewer to see the image. The concept is that the image self destructs at the end of the viewing time leaving no trace of the picture or video behind on the viewers phone.

 
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