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Use Fooducate to make your diet goals (review)

As a free app, Fooducate allows you to log and track your daily caloric intake. Advanced features come at a price, though. Here's our review!

170 HD and QHD wallpapers of beautiful lights and light bulbs

Every time we get home and flip on the lights, or every time we get in the car and turn on our headlights, we...

140 HD and QHD wallpapers of classic paintings

My favorite painting of all time is A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat which resides in the Art Institute...

230 Amazingly beautiful HD and QHD minimalist wallpapers

We collected 230 awesome minimalist HD and QHD wallpapers from around the web for your mobile devices and computers. You really should check them...

Amazon Prime Now: Skip the trip, one hour delivery (app and service review)

Amazon.com recently became the world's largest retailer in 2015, surpassing the mighty Walmart and has established themselves by offering great prices, quick and reliable...

Google partners with ChowNow to bring Google Wallet to thousands of restaurants

ChowNow, an online ordering and marketing platform for restaurants, has partnered with Google to bring Google Wallet to thousands of restaurants across the United...

Grocery King releases free version, no coupon needed

If you're tired of going to the store three times a week to purchase all the good stuff you forgot on your initial visit,...

MenuPages Puts Restaurant Menus on Your Android Phone

MenuPages, previously available on the web and for iOS, has launched an Android app, joining the likes of UrbanSpoon and OpenTable as options for hungry Android users looking for a place to eat. But MenuPages sets themselves apart from other apps by providing users with restaurants' actual menus to peruse.

SeamlessWeb introduces Food-to-Go on your Android Device

In select Metro areas in the United States, (Queens, Manhattan, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and others) you can now order your favorite take-out and have it delivered to you at home, or to the office, and the service is free of charge. Seamlessweb.com has released an Android version of their software that allows you to place your carry-out order or delivery food order, all from an app on your phone. It even saves your preferences if you tend to order the #5 down at Johnny's Deli, it will store if you like pastrami, but want them to hold the mayo!

App Review: Mark’s Daily Apple

Over at Mark's Daily Apple, a health and fitness related site,  in their "Weekend Link Love"  they reported there was an Android app for...
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