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Find out exactly what's in those supplements that you're using

Dietary supplements have become as much a part of many people's lives these days as breakfast cereals. In fact, in many homes, you will find large tubs of supplements sitting right next to the muesli or oatmeal in the kitchen cupboard. Not so long back, the only people that bought them were body builders but that's all changed now. They are now well and truly a part of the world of dietary supplements and are taken as part of a controlled diet by regular people just like you and me. The only trouble is, despite the supplement industry being worth over a trillion dollars a year, it is ...  More

Supplement Snoop 9 hours ago

Share news around the world without the clutter of kitten videos

The way we get our news has changed radically over the last few years. It wasn't that long ago that our only way of finding out what was going on in the world was via the morning newspaper or the evening news on the tv or radio. However, there was very limited opportunity to either share news with friends or comment on it unless it was around the kitchen table. Now that we are in the age of social media everything has changed. We can share our stories with friends from all over the world on our favorite social networks with just the click of a button and voice our opinions just as easily. ...  More

Voxitt Jan 19th 2017

Easy and effective email marketing with full tracking

Gone are the days when businesses blindly sent out emails advertising their services to potential customers and hoped for the best. These days it's gone way beyond that. Nowadays, the most efficient email and social media marketing campaigns don't only deliver news about your product or service. They also have to provide some form of monitoring service as well as giving you a simpler route to better sales. The last few years has seen a plethora of new marketing apps entering the market - all aiming to provide a more comprehensive online service that can improve your bottom line. Here we ...  More

SendYourMedia Jan 18th 2017

An app to keep the international traveler always in the money

Life is never easy when you are traveling in another country. For a start, you are in unfamiliar territory and you probably don't know the lay of the land and how the place 'works.' It's often hard enough to find your hotel, let alone all the other things you may gut need to remember. The last thing you need is to run out of funds, right? Maybe the only money you've got on hand is the cash that you've got in your purse or wallet. So, do you ask for recommendations at the hotel or do you roam the streets looking for a bank or a currency exchange booth? What's more, when you've found one, ...  More

Money Exchange App Dec 20th 2016

A fully customized and professional website creator for a fraction of the price

If ever there was a time to have your business website up and running it is now. For both small and big business it's never been quite as important to have an online presence that sits alongside a bricks and mortar enterprise. That's not a huge problem for bigger establishments that can afford to splash out on costly website creation teams but, for small business, it is an expense that seems hard to justify. What tends to happen is that they will choose a do-it-yourself free service like Wix or Aircus to advertise and promote themselves. While there's nothing wrong with either of those two ...  More

Optuno Dec 16th 2016

A cool new film site that delivers what you want

Remember those heady days when you used to be able to visit your local movie rental  store and could ask the person behind the counter "what's good?" If you were lucky and had a good store you could build a rapport to the point where they would know exactly the kind of film you were looking for with just a few quick questions. We're not talking about blockbusters here because they tend to sell themselves. We're talking about films like Donnie Darko, True Romance and Strange Days. Films that would have done nothing if it wasn't for the recommendations of the person behind the counter. ...  More

FilmFish - Movie Discovery Dec 12th 2016

Keep your body fit and healthy and avoid diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is one of a group of metabolic diseases where the body produces high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period of time. If left uncontrolled and untreated it can lead to serious long-term complications including heart disease, stroke, chronic kidney failure, foot ulcers and eye damage. In 2015 it was estimated that over 400 million people worldwide had a form of diabetes - which is over 8% of the world's population. The disease more than doubles the risk of early death and between the years 2012-15 it was estimated that between 1.5 and 5 million deaths could be ...  More

Prediabaid Dec 8th 2016

The pinnacle of word search games built by David L. Hoyt

If you're into word search games you might well have heard David L. Hoyt's name before. In case you aren't aware, he is the legendary game designer known as 'the man who puzzles America.' David is responsible for games like Jumble, Word Roundup, Pat Sajak's Lucky Letters, Just 2 Words, Word Winder and Boggle BrainBusters among others and he is the most syndicated daily game creator on the planet.  More

Word Roundup Stampede Nov 21st 2016

Take me with you when you house hunt

I don't know about you, but the first thing I check when viewing a new property to rent is always the water pressure. For me, there's nothing worse than jumping into the shower in the morning only to find the water luke warm. There are so many things that need to be checked on when inspecting a new property to rent or buy that the water temperature is an easy thing to miss. But now there's an app that will make sure that you won't miss any of the vitally important features of your potential new home.  More

House Inspector App Nov 20th 2016

Improve your math skills as well as your reaction time

Back before computers were a regular thing, there was a game that taught players how to improve their math skills whilst providing a fun passtime. Strangely enough, it wasn't anything particularly technical. It was the noble and age-old game of darts! Players would have to count down from 301 or 501 after throwing and counting their darts score and you'd be surprised how quickly they could work out in their head just how many there were left to score and win the game. Consequently, i'm pretty convinced that the maths skills of many back then were much better than they are now.  More

Level 19 Nov 17th 2016