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2 for Android - Navigation and Quick Tips Are you enjoying MLO 2 for Android? We hope you do. And the MyLifeOrganized Team has something more to add! We've spent much time puzzling over navigation in MLO 2. It was not so easy to fit all the necessary commands into phone's small screen. But we did it!

The Coolest Kickstarter tops $9 million - Aug. 22, 2014 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) More than 46,000 people think so. The Coolest Cooler has raised over $9.2 million on Kickstarter -- and it still has a week to go. Which grocery app is right for you? We put them to the test It takes some wading through the crowded virtual aisles of grocery store apps to discover which ones can make your shopping experience better — and actually save you money at the market. We tested the same grocery list on each app in order to compare discounts and find the standout features that are worth your download: Shutterstock / Kaspars Grinvalds Our test grocery list Wheat breadPeanut butterSwiss cheese slicesSliced turkey breast1 gallon of low-fat milk1 dozen eggs4 bananas1 box of tampons1 roll paper towels

32 Best New Android Apps From The Last 2 Weeks (1/13/15 - 1/26/15) Dailymotion Games You might know DailyMotion as that video site that you search when videos get taken off of YouTube for copyright violation. Now they're trying to muscle into Twitch territory with a gaming-specific app, which is designed to view live broadcasts of various games being played by other people. The player includes a handy quality switch to get the fastest stream on your connection. The ultimate live-centric app built by gamers for gamers.

China’s best-kept secrets unlocked Hanging out in Hangzhou. Picture: Yosomono Source: Flickr DON’T get us wrong, we’ll never stop being impressed with the Great Wall of China or the Forbidden City. But China is a vast country, so we decided it’s time to shine the spotlight on some lesser-known but exceptional experiences. Here are our picks for the best “secret” places in China. 1. The top 50 apps for creative minds There’s an ongoing argument in the technology world about whether tablets and smartphones are more focused on consumption than creativity. As time has gone on, though, the number of apps helping us do more than passively read, watch and listen has grown. Many also fall into a longer heritage of technology that democratises activities like film-making, photography and music-making.

Despite risk, most Californians don't have earthquake insurance NEW YORK (CNNMoney) —Despite living in a state known for its active fault lines, most Californians don't buy earthquake insurance. The 6.1 magnitude earthquake that rattled Northern California early Sunday morning shocked a populated area, damaging buildings, sparking fires, rupturing utility lines and injuring at least 120 people, six of them critically. Experts say it is too early to fully put a dollar figure on the damage, and the U.S.

DGT GTD & To-Do List [Alpha] DGT GTD is a FREE! app designed for managing tasks, todo, checklists, shopping lists and commitments that you need or want to get done. FEATURES:- Organize tasks by folder, context, location, tags, star, and subtasks- Capability of managing infinite hierarchy levels- Advanced repeating options- Automatic tasks creation on missed calls- Nagging alarms- Organize your notes into folders- Light and dark theme- Synchronize with Keep devices in synch using your Dropbox or FTP account- Backup & Restore to Dropbox- Llama & Tasker integration- Samsung Multi Window- Scrollable/Resizable widget (only for Android 3.x and 4.x)

Choice champions VPNs to bypass geoblocking and get better deals VPNs connect your computer with a server in another location, increasing privacy and bypassing geoblocking. Photo: Choice Consumers are being urged to shop around for online anonymity tools to protect their privacy and secure better online shopping deals. Consumer advocacy group Choice has released a guide outlining the benefits of virtual private networks (VPNs), including delivering Australians increased privacy and hiding their country of residency to get better prices elsewhere. A VPN creates a secure, encrypted connection from your computer to a server elsewhere, effectively moving your IP address even though you haven't gone anywhere. If you want to access geoblocked services such as the Netflix, or to buy digital goods at the same prices as in the United States, you will need to connect to a server in that country.

The Philippines is a paradise home to more than 7000 islands Wow, just wow. Picture: Ren Juo Source: Flickr FROM lush, thick jungle to dramatic mountain ranges and glistening white sand beaches, the Philippines is home to more than 7000 idyllic islands, waiting to be explored. But how does one choose their little slice of paradise? fb With facebook-node-sdk you can now easily write the same code and share between your server (nodejs) and the client (Facebook Javascript SDK). This SDK will report usage of which AppID is using it directly to Facebook. Author: Thuzi License: Apache v2

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4 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With Google Earth Pro For 11 years, Google Earth has allowed anyone with a fast Internet connection to explore the world from their desk. Without having to step foot on a plane, you can see the dizzying skyscrapers of Manhattan, marvel at the reddish splendor of Uluru, or even take a trip to space, all for free. It’s not all that surprising that Google Earth is one of Mountain View’s most loved products. But most didn’t know that there was another version of Google Earth called Google Earth Pro, which is now free. The Pro version used to cost an eye-watering $400, and comes with some amazing exclusive features.

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