Tech Report: February Apps
(KPLR) – Android phone running slow? There`s an app that can clean things up. In today`s Tech Report, Rich Demuro is taking a look at more apps to know.
There`s an app that can keep a digital journal for you, including the places you go and the pictures you take. Plus another that will clean up your phone`s memory. Here are some more apps to know.
Keep up with need-to-know info from around the world with yahoo news digest. It`s based on Summly, an app created by a teenager, Yahoo bought for a reported 30 million dollars.
Nick D’Aloisio / Creator Summly: There`s too much content on the web right now//cut//the problem is, it`s very difficult to feel like you`re in the know or informed this sense of completion.
The free iPhone app uses algorithms and human curators to summarize important news stories mixed with quotes, pictures, and videos.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is making social networking a learning experience with new a app called Jelly.
Take a picture and share it with a question, users around the world chime in with opinions.
140-character limits don`t apply since pictures are worth a thousand words.
Jelly is free for IOS and Android.
If your Android phone is feeling a little bloated and sluggish, give it a cleanse with clean master.
It shows you which apps are hogging resources like memory and storage.
It can also delete unnecessary files, fragments and even personal data like text messages.
Your phone should run faster plus you`ll have more room for photos and music.
Finally, Heyday is like an automatic digital diary.
It matches the pictures you take to the places you go, so you can see where you`ve been, and reminisce.
I love how this app organizes memories without much effort at all.
It`s free for IOS, coming soon to Android.
My favorite part about heyday is how you can see a map of the most popular places you`ve been, then click to see all of your entries in those places.
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