Apps

Jill Kocher on July 30th, 2012

Full-featured and free! The Aviary app for Android devices performs like a paid app, offering all the bells and whistles like auto enhance, multiple cropping settings, red eye removal, teeth whitening, settings for color and tone control and much more. But Aviary knows you want to have fun, too. It is a mobile app after […]

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Jill Kocher on March 9th, 2012

The world of mobile applications is foreign territory to most Internet marketers. App development requires different skills than traditional website development. App planning and design forces marketers to understand the limitations of different platfo…

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Jill Kocher on February 10th, 2012

How I used free mobile apps to lose weight – 20 pounds and counting – quickly and safely without fad diets or starving myself. I realized in January that I had five months to lose at least 50 pounds to avoid being a plus-sized bride. Oh and for my health and self esteem and all […]

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Jill Kocher on September 22nd, 2011

Kindle library ebooks are here! Amazon and OverDrive, the biggest supplier of digital books for libraries in the US, have joined forces to make Kindle ebooks available for digital checkout over the air from where ever you are. In this first wave, 11,000 libraries have jumped on board. No one seems to have published a […]

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Jill Kocher on September 21st, 2011

I hate paying for apps up front. I know that smart people spend lots of time and creativity making them, but at least half of the apps I install get uninstalled within 5 minutes because they don’t include the feature I wanted or the design is clunky. When I find one I love and use […]

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