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Retargeting your advertising for a set price

Adsuit Advertising Platform For...
Review posted Tue 17 Jun '14

You might think that by putting together an advertising campaign on the net you have given your product the best possible chance of success. However, there's advertising and there's intelligent advertising. Retargeting is one of the boom areas of advertising and marketing these days and there are several companies around that have taken it to a new level. Self service advertising platforms like AdRoll and Perfect Audience have delivered groundbreaking online campaign strategies. The only trouble is, some fail to show their commission rates, so potential profits can be misleading. adsuit, on the other hand, enables marketers to deliver campaigns ... Read more

The future of music radio streaming begins here

Radiodile Radiodile is the world’s...
Review posted Wed 4 Jun '14

The inference from Apple forking out US$3 million for Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine's Beats headphones and the music streaming service Beats Music is that it's only a matter of time before iTunes and the concept of 'owning music' bites the dust. The way we listen to music is changing. According to recent figures released by Digital Music News, digital downloads are down by around 14% this year alone and the trend seems to be drifting towards radio streaming as a way of accessing music. The concept behind streaming radio is that, when you select an artist or a song, ... Read more



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A social network for creatives with more than fifty shades of grey

MinaGrey Creative Gets Smart, Smart...
Review posted Sun 1 Jun '14

Don't panic, MinaGrey is not the follow up to Fifty Shades of Grey! It's far more worthy to me than that poorly written piece of fluff. Let me just say from the outset here. This free, art and writing application is unlike any other app that we've seen before here at the FeedMyApp offices. I guess the best way to describe it is would be as a non-commercial artistic and creative community where musicians, artists, writers and scientists can freely share ideas, concepts and their artistic skills with the rest of the world. It's a social network - run by ... Read more

Create your own professional sounding Hip-Hop tracks

Hip Hop Box Make professional sounding...
Review posted Thu 22 May '14

If there is one form of music that you could nail to a specific city it is probably Hip-hop and New York. There is a fair bit of Caribbean influence in there too, of course, but it's origins lie in NYC with Grandmaster Flash, the Sugarhill Gang and Africa Bambaataa. Back then it was known as Disco Rap while today it takes on many forms including Rapping and even MC-ing and is one of the most popular forms of music on the planet. These days, the genre is played all over the world by people of all kinds and with ... Read more

Analyze Common Core tests with heat maps

Read Heat Heat Mapping Individual...
Review posted Sun 11 May '14

I guess the best way to describe a heat map is probably to think of it as a table or a spreadsheet. Rather than detailing information with numbers, however, heat maps highlight the same information but use colors instead. This makes it clearer and easier for experienced users to analyze certain aspects of information. Read Heat is an education application that uses this technology to better analyze students to see how they react and respond to questions posed in the new Common Core standards testing. It aims to find out more about how students respond to the latest formats of ... Read more

Turn your spelling skills into an exciting game

Word Ninja Word Ninja is an educational...
Review posted Wed 7 May '14

I really don't wanna appear to be some crazed grammar and spelling freak here but, I have to admit, there's little that get's my goat up more than poor spelling and grammar on the Internet. I'm sure we've all seen memes on our Facebook feed begging people to acknowledge the difference between there, their and they're. That’s just the half of it. The thing is, standards in spelling have dropped over the years - probably because of a change in scholastic emphasis and, let's face it, bad Internet habits. Many would rather play a mindless online game than spend some ... Read more

The $156 million dollar artist that many have never heard of

My-Guide to Gustav Klimt An Android app meant as a...
Review posted Sat 3 May '14

valuable painting in the world a few years ago, it turned the art world on it’s head. The reason for this was that it wasn't painted by Van Gogh, Picasso, Rembrandt or even Bacon. It was a painting by the Austrian artist Gustav Klimt and it catapulted this lesser known artist into the big league. However, his work is still not appreciated anywhere near enough outside the critics and his loyal fans. My Guide to Gustav Klimt is a beautiful looking Android art application that offers an appreciation of this great artist's work that has been put together by long ... Read more

Unlimited cloud storage for all your devices for only twenty bucks a month

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Review posted Mon 21 Apr '14

One of the great boom industries in the app world over the last few years has been the introduction of cloud storage for your media. Dropbox, Amazon and Google Drive are some that come to mind immediately. So why would you bother to look at another? Well, Streem Drive is a new media storage application that gives you unlimited space to store, stream and share your important movies, photos and music from the cloud for just twenty bucks a month. There is a big difference, however, between Streem Drive and other cloud-based storage apps. Not only does it take up ... Read more

Play what your fans want to hear rather than your lead guitarist's pick

MySetlist Concert song voting
Review posted Sat 19 Apr '14

How many times have you seen the Rolling Stones in concert? I've seen them a couple of times over the years but, to be honest, I don't have a great deal of interest in seeing them again. The problem is, they've had so many iconic songs, it can start to get a little dull when they have to play them each time they perform. I mean, can you imagine the Stones playing live and not playing Honky Tonk Women or Satisfaction or Street Fighting Man or... I rest my case. To their credit, they toured a few years back and ... Read more

Take control of your business reviews and customer feedback

ReviewRouter Get More Reviews for Your...
Review posted Thu 3 Apr '14

If you rely on the random views of the general public for reviews on your brand or business you can be taking your business' life in your hands. If your are as good as you say you are, you will come away with some good feedback but you will also get some stinkers. They say that two percent of people will always find something to complain about. It would be better if you could direct people to a central station so that the main core of your customer feedback and reviews can be viewed together in one place and you ... Read more

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