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Christopher Smith is a contributing founder/writer for Manifesto Magazine in NYC and is an indie rock reviewer for Independent Music Productions. Christopher's work has appeared in The Smoking Section, King Magazine, Parle Magazine, & IAMOnlineMag. He has two published books of poetry and runs several blogs.

Trap The Doge: How a Meme Becomes an Enjoyable Game

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How do you take a popular internet meme and extend its life that much more? The answer lies in a new game called Trap The Doge (free)



Taggd' Mobile: Capturing Street Art In Celebratory Style

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Street art, or graffitti, has seen a remarkable rise in popularity over the past decade here as well as abroad. There are websites, social media feeds, and more dedicated to recognizing all these pieces of art no matter the size or the location. And now, a graphic artist hailing from Asheville, North Carolina, by the name of Brenden Fitzgerald looks to make the experience of finding street art and sharing its appeal that much easier. He's launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the development of the Taggd' Mobile app. The app is set up for the user to take a picture of a piece of street art, geotag it and share it with others. You can also get more information in detail on the artist who did the piece through the app. Recently Brenden took the time to speak to iPhone Life about the app's possibilities and his journey in creating the funding campaign for Taggd' Mobile.



AJ+ Is a Bold Way to Deliver News

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With previous app releases, the Al Jazeera Network has put a high emphasis on engaging the public with compelling global news presented in a relatable way. They've now created a new app specifically geared toward delivering news while cultivating a social media community, AJ+. To that end, they've recently released an app for the iPhone as the centerpiece of their social media outreach.



Let the Force Be with You, or Not, in Star Wars Commander

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Star Wars Commander (Free)

iPhone Life Rating: 2 stars out of 5

LucasArts' newest entry into the world of iOS apps comes in the form of the recently released game Star Wars Commander. This new game is crafted with eyes on the next entry in the Star Wars movie franchise in December 2015. 



Apple Prepares A New Digital Queue System For Their Stores

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With the announcement of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus at Apple's Live Event this past Tuesday and its release next Friday, September 19, Apple is taking major steps to make standing in line to purchase the newest devices less onerous. The new system is call Reservation Pass and it will replace the paper cards that used to be handed out to each person in line.



Your iPhone As Your Hotel Key: Hilton Hotels' Newest Hospitality Initiative

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Photo Credit: Hilton Worldwide

The hospitality world felt the tremors of change take place a couple
of weeks ago with the news that the Hilton company has begun to
implement new technology that will enable anyone with an iPhone
to totally bypass front desk services entirely to check into their
hotel room. The hotel chain recently disclosed a few details about
this plan in preliminary coverage by the Wall Street Journal. The



Horizon 2.0: Making Your iPhone A Horizontal Video Recording Powerhouse

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The wildly popular and award-winning Horizon app has just gotten better and bolder. The app development studio, Evil Window Dog has just announced Horizon 2.0, a free update that not only expands on the app's capabilities but truly transforms the app into a true powerhouse.



Say Goodbye to Vertical iPhone Videos Forever With Horizon

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One thing great thing about the iPhone and other iDevices is the ever-improving video recording feature. More and more, smaller design teams and other individual artists are shooting video with iPhones. Of course, shooting on an iPhone or iPad does mean having to shell out extra for accessories to help stabilize your device while shooting. Having witnessed a couple of iPad video shoots myself, I know it can be a process just getting accessory pieces on for a smooth one-take shot. The Horizon app ($1.99) may be a solution to all of that hassle. 



4 Apps for Enjoying All of the 2014 World Cup

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This Thursday, fans of "The Greatest Game" will jump for joy as the 2014 World Cup begins play in Brazil. And you can be sure that technology will play a major part in bringing all of the action and commentary to viewers who can't get to their televisions or local bars easily. Smartphones will factor in heavily and the governing body of FIFA has already announced that for every game, the "Man of the Match" will be decided by Twitter users. Facebook will also have a number of features solely dedicated to the World Cup. For iPhone and iPad users, there's already numerous apps to keep track of all the matches and associated media. Here's four of the best on tap.



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