Dropbox Arrives On Roku With An App For Viewing Your Personal Photos And Movies

ad40c46d5fcf42af89faa19aa9b05b70 Dropbox has launched on the Roku, with an app that allows you to view the photos and videos you have stored in your account directly on your TV by way of Roku’s streaming media player. The new app itself is simple to use – you can browse through your folders, view thumbnails and slideshows, and even search for items by name. Read More

MyTape Is A Video-Sharing App To Capture And See The World Around You

myTape 2 Meet MyTape, a brand new social app for iOS centered around video. On MyTape, you follow people, shoot videos and watch stuff around you. It’s a sort of mash-up between Periscope and Frontback, and it will be interesting to see whether this new social app can find its audience. Read More

The top ranked man for sex in each state, according to Lulu users



Ever wish there could be a metric for rating a guy in bed that was anonymous, used snarky hashtags and was based on hundreds of thousands of anonymous female reviews?

Well, probably not — unless you’re a Millennial and enjoy dishing out judgment. Dating app Lulu allows women to secretly rate their exes (or even just their friends). The app is so wildly popular that at least 1 in 4 college women are already on the site and actively participating with pointed reviews, ranging from #OneTrackMind to #DadBod to #KinkyInTheRightWays to #GoneByMorning.

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Early Apple Designer Susan Kare Joins Pinterest’s Creative Team

susan kare pinterest Susan Kare, an early Apple designer behind some of the company’s early typefaces and icons, has joined Pinterest. She’ll be part of Pinterest’s creative team as a product design lead, according to the company. Kare designed many of Apple’s famous original icons, like the Lasso and Paint Bucket, and worked for Steve Jobs at NeXT as creative director. She’s… Read More

Maybe There Doesn’t Need To Be An Apple Watch App For Everything

Apple Watch Should Apple be concerned that a number of popular app makers like Facebook, Google and Snapchat have yet to embrace its Apple Watch platform with apps of their own? That’s a question raised by a recent New York Times piece detailing how many developers are taking “wait-and-see” approach when it comes to Apple’s new wearable. But maybe the right question to ask is… Read More

Facebook Fuels Ad Tracking By Nagging App Users To Instantly Log In On Safari

Facebook Safari Login 35 million people run into a Facebook email and password login roadblock on iOS each day, and over half of them bounce. That’s why Facebook confirms to me that its testing a new tool that lets users login to Facebook on Safari with one tap, rather than having to type in their credentials — which most don’t.
Former TechCrunch writer MG Siegler spotted the test, and Facebook… Read More

Find A Photo, Get A Waffle

Screen Shot 2015-07-30 at 5.07.09 PM About a week ago, the Google Photos team shared this mystical and magical video about a waffle wafel. What could it mean? What is this all about? Why a waffle??!?!?! Well, Google Photos is deploying food trucks in New York City to get some help on fine tuning its technology…and for marketing as well, I’m sure. It’s summer time, so companies have to get out and about to get… Read More

DogSync Is An App To Help Your Family Keep Track Of Feeding Fido

Photo 2015-07-10, 5 41 39 PM Designed for pet-loving households, DogSync (a recent winner of our patent-pending TC Radio pitch-off) is a task manager that helps families communicate and sync tasks like feeding, walking, or letting out Fido. So how do you sync real-life events like walking your dog? The basic premise behind DogSync is that while extremely lovable, pets require a lot of care. This can get complicated… Read More

Requiem For The App Revolution

too-many-apps-fb The app revolution is dead. In fact, it died years ago. It had been a good run, but a revolution is no longer a revolution when the model is the status quo. With new apps created every day, the revolution has definitely been televised, commoditized and capitalized. But while the app revolution is dead, a new movement is rising to take its place — the experience evolution. Read More

Fashion Startup Everlane Arrives On Mobile With An App Catering To Its Biggest Fans

Screen Shot 2015-07-30 at 3.01.14 PM Everlane, the fashion shopping site focused on selling high-quality apparel at lower prices than traditional designer retail, has today made the move to mobile. The company has now launched its first native smartphone application with the launch of Everlane on iOS, which allows shoppers to browse and buy its luxury items right from their phone. However, the app has a couple of interesting… Read More