This is probably the most educated form of social media I’ve come across. It’s a sort of Instagram for medical professionals. Known as Figure 1, the app invites doctors to take pictures of ailments and fellow doctors can give feedback and suggestions on their post. This app isn’t for casual socializing and flirting like most […]
Have you ever wondered what’s actually going on in your head when you begin to have trouble focusing? With Melon, just put on the high-tech headband and begin monitoring your brain function; improve your focusing skills and practice meditating on a whole new level. Melon is the most effective App around to help you improve […]
How much do you love robot unicorns? Do you obsess over them? Would you take the time to customize your own? Are you ready to battle the bad guys and challenge your friends with your rainbow unicorn robot powers? It’s time to get the new Robot Unicorn Attack app. It brings hope and happiness and […]
LuLu encourages women to objectify men. This “girls only” app let’s women anonymously gossip about the men in their lives. Girls can sign up and then begin rating guys they know via Facebook. It’s a third space for women to comment on men and stalk their profiles hardcore. It’s a place to keep up with ex’s, stay up to […]
Thirsty? Grab a free virtual beer from Carling. Play drinking games and down pint after pint without ever getting a nasty hangover. Ok, actually this app just makes you want a beer even more. But here’s the bright side: it sends you beer vouchers so you really can go out for a real beer. Download the […]
Mark Weaver likes to play with LEGO. Seriously, this isn’t just a children’s hobby anymore. Weaver takes the universal building blocks to a new level of art using the Vine app which lets the user create short, stop motion films. Check out his brilliant stop motion shorts here.
University of Newcastle researchers have developed an innovative app for smart phones and tablets that can transport people back to 19th Century Newcastle at the flick of a finger. The ‘Layar Reality App’ uses smart technology, enabling visitors and history buffs to roam the city streets, point their mobile device at a building or site, and be given a window into the Victorian era.