With hundreds of thousands of smartphones apps available, how do you know what the best app to download from the Google Play (formally known as Android Market), BlackBerry World, or Windows Phone Store? Wirefly reviews the best smartphone apps for productivity and personalization of your smartphone. And, of course, we’ll tell you which games are more fun.
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Valentine's Day is right around the corner and finding the perfect way to say "I Love You" is always hard and can be very expensive. The Candy Heart Maker app for Android smartphones is a free option that makes it easy to share your love with that special someone.
If you are one of those last minute shoppers when it comes to anything, it is pretty safe to say that you will need this app for your Valentine's Day shopping. 1-800-FLOWERS has a great free app for Android and Apple smartphones that allows you to send flowers, gift baskets, and more right from your phone. For those of you who are already familiar with the... read more
Would you like more from Facebook? To keep from going the way of MySpace and the dodo, the creative minds at Facebook HQ have launched Paper - stories from Facebook. This exciting new app is designed to make Facebook a place to go to get information from your circle of friends and a place to get information about topics that interest you.
Setting up Paper was very easy. After downloading the app and signing in, I was prompted to select from a list of categories that might interest me. I expected to only have a few categories to choose from but was delighted to see a large selection that included Headlines, Tech, Score, Enterprise, Pop Life, Creators, Flavor, Exposure, Ideas, Equalize, Planet, All City, Well Lived, Family Matters, Cute, LOL, Glow, Home, and Pride. Some of them... read more
Beats Music is the latest streaming music app to hit the Google Play, App Store, and Windows Phone App Market, but it is a little different than most streaming music services. While the new Beats Music app is free to download, it has a monthly subscription fee of $9.99 per month and does not offer a totally free version that includes advertising.
Dr. Dre and the people at Beats really care about the listening experience and don't want commercials to get in the way of your workout mix or interrupt the vibe of the party. Setting up a Beats Music account is easy and while I don't normally like apps that ask me 20 questions before I use them, the Beats Music app does it with such style with their visually stimulating interface, I didn't mind answering the few questions. The Beats... read more
Valentine's Day is less than two weeks away and if you have a sweetheart, you are probably thinking about how you are going to make them feel loved and special this year. Maybe you plan on taking them out for a nice dinner and are going to give them flowers and candy. Well as most of us know Valentine's Day can get pretty expensive. So why not add this extra touch onto your plans and not pay a penny more.
The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics are just around the corner and you don't want to miss a single second of the action that lies ahead. For all of you Android smartphone and tablets users out there, a new app has been released that will keep you in the know of all of the happenings of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
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If you have been paying attention to Facebook lately, you will have noticed that more and more people are starting to exchange gifts through Facebook. If you have been wondering how that works, myself and Wirefly are here to tell you.