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Change your typing experience with these Keyboard Apps for Android.

If you’re using an Android smartphone or tablet, you may want to maximize the experience. Apart from exploring the device’s powerful features and different apps that maximize hardware capabilities, you may want to consider replacing its native keyboard as well. Put simply, if you use your Android phone to write emails, chat with friends, or to write an occasional blog post, you definitely ought to look at some of the alternate keyboard apps for Android. Since the keyboard is basically just an app, you can easily install a new one from the Play store to replace the one you’ve got. Here are some of the best keyboard apps for Android and why you should check them out.

 
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image editing apps 12-30-2012

There are tons of image editing apps in the app market but which ones are good? If you’re looking to edit images on the go, try this apps list.   

The cell phone camera has become more than a complimentary camera; today with enhanced megapixel quality, it’s ‘the’ camera.  Although digital cameras largely obsolete, most of us don’t want to post pictures straightaway. Usually there is some editing needed, e.g for adding text, adding effects, or removing blemishes, red eye and more. Even if you’ve taken a perfect photo, sometimes improving contrast or changing the picture to grey scale can give it that added touch. Having a few image editing apps installed on your phone will help you do it all  –on the go!

Picking an app from the app market can mean spending many hours on painstaking research. Don’t waste your time, or your money. Just check out the features in this list and pick the app that addresses your needs!

 
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Revamp your image with a new hairstyle from the Tresemme Style Studio digital platform. Your locks (and looks) will never be the same.

The quest to find contentment and excitement with our tresses is one that escapes few. Even Hillary Clinton once said, “I’m undaunted in my quest to amuse myself by constantly changing my hair.” If you find yourself obsessed with your own crowning glory, know that you are not alone and that one site is committed to helping you achieve chameleon-like status.

 
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Commerce Science’s Personal Bar helps retailers add a personal touch to their store. Become a personalization hero!

Online shopping is the new norm. For instance, eBay took convenience tech to another level when it introduced eBay Now, a new interface that lets you order products with same-day delivery. Those looking to invest money in e-commerce won’t find a better time than NOW. That said, there are number of barriers that make it a bit difficult to customize an e-commerce store the way one would customize a store in the real world.

 
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Calling friends is more fun than ever with Twiize, an app that lets you share photos, read updates, and check your friend’s recent activity while on a call.

There were times when people would write letters to friends and send them through snail mail. Then came the phone and people were able to call and have a chat. Eventually, texting made things even simpler and people began calling their friends more rarely. Ever since the Facebook era began, few people call their friends for updates. Phone calls have become outdated; the internet is a better way to connect and get information and updates on demand.

 
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Gift suggestion takes the guesswork out of finding the perfect present. The Gift Professor algorithms and social psychology reinvents our approach to standard shopping.

A gift that’s as easy as a gift card but much more personal and unique. Sounds too good to be true?  If an app or website could promise you that, you’d make short work of that gift-buying list. GiftProfessor.com, a web- and app-based shopping tool, can help you experience Zen-like shopping satisfaction. OK, maybe not quite Zen-like, but it sure feels good to have a couple more people on your list checked off –all in one online stop!

 
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Facts About Google: What You Probably Don’t Know
Everyone knows Google. The largest empire on the web; having not only dominated the web market, they pretty much created it. Starting out as nothing more than an innovative algorithm to battle the lacking search engines of the early days of the mainstream Internet, Google quickly exploded. Their revenue jumped, and suddenly they were making improvements and churning out new projects like no tomorrow. If you believe the paranoid (and possibly correct) privacy advocates, it won’t be long before Google takes over the world. Or something like that.

 
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Apple Mac US
Apple has gradually moved production away from the US, enjoying the fruits of low cost of labor, primarily in China. However, work-related conditions in China has Apple reconsidering its original plan. Tim cook, the company’s Chief Executive, has stated that the company will be investing $100M to move Mac productions back home.

Apple has been leaving hints here and there in the past few months about a possible move out of China. Now that Cook has confirmed it, we’re pretty sure new Macs will be sold with ‘Assembled in USA’ stickers.

 
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Buzzdoes rewards you for spreading the word about your favorite apps. Recommend an app, earn reward points and turn them into cash or get free apps!

We all love to share. With the internet becoming increasingly more social, most of us surf the internet based on recommendations from those in our social networks. For instance, you sign in to Facebook and your wall is abound with recommendations, both sponsored and viral. We then return the favor by sharing and ‘liking’ things ourselves. Word-of-mouth marketing has always been powerful and today, with a marketplace awash in advertising, there’s little authentic influence aside from the voice of someone you know or trust. That’s why the modern consumer is comfortable seeking and giving advice on everything from movies to restaurants to childcare to entertainment and information sources through social –it’s our primary way to source vendors. I know for myself, I just list who/what I’m looking for as a status update. Unfortunately, we don’t get any monetary benefit from all our hard work –that is, until now.

Introducing Buzzdoes, an app that rewards you when you recommend an app and spread the word about your favorite apps.

 
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Spotify, amongst many other interesting startups to have popped up over the last decade, reinvented the music industry; giving us access to whatever track we want –whenever and wherever we want it.

It all started with Napster, which let students exchange music collections without having to carry tapes or CDs. In short order, Napster revolutionized the world of music. Anyone with the Napster app could download music through peer-to-peer technology without having to pay a thing. Labels got worried and lawsuits ensued; the result was a Supreme Court against the company in favor of record labels. Napster evolved, however, not everyone was pleased. In fact, many argued that the company was a great service for music, promoting national artists internationally and helping people share music with each other (after all, it was for the common good!). Although the technology caused problems for recording studios with declining CD sales, it continued to benefit ‘music’ in more ways than one.

 
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