With all of the streaming TV shows and movies out there, simply finding what to watch can be a hassle. But what if you already know what to watch but don't know where to stream it?
Individual services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime offer internal search, but if you have a specific show or film in mind, you probably want to search across all of them and more find the best price -- or an option... Read More »
Walmart might be next to jump on the game streaming bandwagon.
The company is considering its own video game streaming platform, according to a report Wednesday from USgamer, though it's unclear how far along a service is in development. Walmart has been speaking to game developers and publishers since earlier this year, multiple unnamed sources told USgamer.
Walmart didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Google revealed its... Read More »
The season of snuggling up on your couch and sipping hot cocoa is coming to an end. Spring is here, so it's time to come out of hibernation. Spending weekends cooking out, playing volleyball games in the park, driving with the top down, wearing shorts and making ice-cold lemonade is right around the corner.
Use these apps to help you find something fun to do outdoors that everyone will enjoy.Oh, Ranger! ParkFinder
Try a new park with your friends and family... Read More »
For those who enjoy movies but need accessible services to participate, Actiview is working is offering a chance to view a movie while it's signed.
The 2017 film "Wonder" starring Julia Roberts and Jacob Tremblay will be the first live-action, American film to use the Actiview app (download for iOS). Actiview syncs the film with sign language interpretation.
If you wanted to try the app, you can watch "Wonder" on TV or any other platform that includes the... Read More »
U.S. iPhone users spent an average of $79 on apps in 2018, a revenue increase of 36 percent over the year before, according to a new report from Sensor Tower. The report, first spotted by TechCrunch, found that in 2017, revenue was only $58 per user.
More than half of 2018's revenue was attributed to gaming apps, but other categories also saw growth.
Spending on entertainment apps grew 82 percent ($8), lifestyle apps spending rose 86 percent ($3.90) and health... Read More »
Wannaby, an Augmented Reality (AR) commerce startup, is testing an app that lets you virtually try on shoes.
With the Wanna Kicks app, you can browse labels like Vans, Nike, and Adidas. Choose a pair and point your smartphone camera at your feet to "try them on."
Once you have a virtual pair on you can customize which color looks best. If you find a pair you like, purchase them in the app.
The... Read More »
YouCam's app employs augmented reality technology to let users see what they would look like wearing products from brands like L'Oréal, Estée Lauder and Yves Saint Laurent.
iTunes users will soon have a new way to watch their favorite movies and TV shows on a big screen, Samsung announced at CES 2019 this week in Las Vegas.
Starting this spring, Samsung will offer iTunes movies and TV shows on its 2019 smart TVs, the company announced at the show. Available across more than 100 countries, the access will come via a dedicated app. Samsung smart TVs for in 2019 will automatically include... Read More »
Pandora has released a new and improved version of its Apple Watch app with some of the same features as its iPhone counterpart.
The highlight of the new Pandora Apple Watch app is offline playback. You can stream your most recently downloaded songs, albums and playlists without your iPhone nearby. That feature is available on any series Apple Watch, including the ones without the cellular option. Any recent... Read More »
Planning on traipsing through foggy graveyards and communing with the spirits this Halloween? Forget the Ouija Board and try one of these apps instead.1. Ghost Observer
At the bottom of the screen, there's a radar that locates the ghosts. When you see one pop up on the radar,... Read More »