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Adobe Photoshop Sketch

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Overview: Draw with pencils, pens, markers, erasers, thick acrylic, ink brush, soft pastel and watercolor paint brushes to create artwork that can be sent as layered files to Adobe Photoshop CC or Adobe Illustrator CC. Artists tell us they love the: • Access to 11 tools that can adjust size, color, opacity and blending settings. […]

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Fingerprint Gesture

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Overview: Enable the fingerprint actions of Google Pixel on your device. Use gestures like single tap, double tap, or fast tap (swipe) to control your phone and/or tablet. To check your notifications, swipe down on the fingerprint sensor on your phone. Touch your fingerprint sensor and scroll through an app of your choice. To quickly […]

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Pepo

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App Overview: Welcome to Pepo, a place where everyone has a story, and the best ones find you. Every day, thousands of people turn to Pepo to share their stories and connect with experts and enthusiasts. Travelers. Foodies. Fans. Politicos. Designers. Dog Lovers. Gym Fits. LGBT’s. No matter your interests, Pepo connects you with the […]

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Ivy

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App Overview: Ivy does what no other sidebar launcher does. Ivy provides more than just quick access to your next app. Ivy provides a comfortable place to spend time in between apps. Your home away from the homescreen. The quick panel provides snippets of valuable information to give you glimpses of the things you need […]

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Google Allo

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Overview: Google Allo is an instant messaging mobile app developed by Google. It includes a virtual assistant and provides a “smart reply” function that allows users to reply to messages with automatic suggestions instead of typing. It was announced at Google I/O on May 18, 2016, and launched on September 21, 2016. The app is available on Android […]

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Anchor

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Overview: Anchor isn’t an entirely new app, but it hasn’t been available on Android devices before, having launched earlier this year for the iPhone. In a nutshell, you can think of it a bit like a mini podcast or an audio version of Twitter, perhaps, as each broadcast is limited to two minutes or less. As a […]

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Google Duo

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Overview: Duo is easily one of the coolest apps released in the last month. Developed by Google, this free video-calling app was officially launched mid-August and it has one trick that makes it immediately exciting. When you make a call, Duo will begin video capture and display this on the receivers screen before they have even answered. […]

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Sprightly

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Overview: Sprightly isn’t a new app, but it has slid under my radar until a recent update. This is one of the Microsoft Garage apps, an enterprise dedicated to experimental projects that otherwise wouldn’t see the light of day. Sprightly is a free business tool aimed at simplifying the process of creating simple design projects such as […]

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Circle SideBar

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Overview: Circle SideBar is a shortcuts toolbar which you swipe in from the side of your phone. This shortcuts bar allows you to assign a selection of apps for quick access and you can customize the appearance of it (the space it takes up on the screen, the colors etc) to make it fit your needs and preferences. The […]

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Prisma

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Overview: Prisma is one of the most impressive photo-editing apps we’ve ever come across. It’s not concerned with offering a comprehensive set of editing features – this is not a tool for “serious” photo fixing – instead, it focuses simply on filters. And what beautiful filters they are. Rather than applying different color palettes, Prisma alters the […]