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Top 3 App Deals of the Week

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As new iOS apps flood the App Store every day — recently topping 1,000,000 — we know it’s tough to tell which ones are worth their salt. But thanks to our Weekly Scoop, you can have the best for free! Here you’ll find a weekly roundup of the coolest apps free or at a discount for a limited-time only. Each week features the best and brightest from websites like Free App ReportAppsGoneFree, appsfire, and more.

Hurry! Get 'em while they’re hot!



Voice Box Couture (VBC) is the App for all Fashion, Music and Celeb lovers worldwide

Voice Box Couture (VBC) is the App for all Fashion, Music and Celeb lovers worldwide

Voice Box Couture (VBC) is the App for all Fashion, Music and Celeb lovers worldwide. VBC was put together by Model, Singer, TV presenter and Fashion Designer Monique Lenore an up and coming superstar for Brooklyn, New York.

With VBC the App you can browse all of Monique's clothing range (for both Men and Women) or even shop and buy from within the App. Below is a list of App features that demonstrate how VBC is a must for all celebrity fans worldwide. * An iOS celebrity game with scoreboard to challenge your fans and see who knows their A list superstars.

Features:

* Loads of top beauty tips

* A Fashion Design Quiz to separate the wannabes from the hardcore Fashion fans


Readly, a Magazine App With Unlimited Possibilities, Launches in the US

Readly, a Magazine App With Unlimited Possibilities, Launches in the US

Readly, a new magazine app to hit the market, is ready to change the way we enjoy magazines. Unlike other magazine apps, Readly is offering something different: unlimited reading for the fixed price of $9.99 a month. That's 143 magazines for the price of two on the newsstand.

Available for Apple, Android, and Windows 8 devices, Readly is a Netflix-like app for magazines that is easy to use, fast, and fun. With features like "share this article," "mark as favorite" and "bookmark this page," Readly is well-designed. From horse-riding enthusiasts to cat lovers, from foodies to fashionistas, Readly has a magazine for everyone.


Whimmy - The music app with your emotions in focus

Whimmy - The music app with your emotions in focus

EFDapps has announced the app Whimmy for iPhone. This is the app that links music with emotion. It lets the user categorize Spotify and iTunes music by adding songs to emotions.
The heart of the app is the four emotions; Happy, Sad, Angry and Love. The user taps the emotion that fits her current state of mind and just the right music starts to play.


Lifeproof's Holiday Sale Continues, Exclusively for iPhone Lifers!

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Lifeproof makes some of the best iDevice cases on the market. Their cases are among the most protective, most versatile, most durable, and most functional I have ever come across. And with all of the color and style options available, there is something for just about everyone. Now, in celebration of the holidays, Lifeproof has extended a special offer to iPhone Life readers. For a limited time, our readers will get an exclusive special 10 precent discount on the purchase of Lifeproof products at their website. Read on for more details...



Top 3 App Deals of the Week

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As new iOS apps flood the App Store every day — recently topping 1,000,000 — we know it’s tough to tell which ones are worth their salt. But thanks to our Weekly Scoop, you can have the best for free! Here you’ll find a weekly roundup of the coolest apps free or at a discount for a limited-time only. Each week features the best and brightest from websites like Free App ReportAppsGoneFree, appsfire, and more.

Hurry! Get 'em while they’re hot!



Watch Your Neck App Helps You Avoid Text Neck

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With over 2.19 trillion text messages sent annually, there’s a little known condition that is plaguing smartphone users known as "text neck." The injury involves stiffness in your neck and shoulders and typically is caused by excessive smartphone usage.

A 2011 study published in the International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics found that 53 percent of mobile phone users suffer numbness or neck aches. Another study led by Erik Peper of San Francisco State University showed that 84 percent of subjects reported some hand and neck pain during texting. Moreover subjects also displayed other signs of tension, like holding their breath and increased heart rates.



Best Rugged Bluetooth Speakers of 2013

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These days there is a seemingly endless array of excellent quality Bluetooth speakers. However, out of the multitudes of Bluetooth speakers on the market, only a limited and select few can lay claim to being rugged and heavy duty. What follows are the cream of the crop of ultra-durable, shock-proof, and waterproof speakers. Read on to find the best rugged Bluetooth speakers for those who are adventurous or accident prone, or those who are looking for the perfect speaker for someone who can be really hard on their gear.



Review: 2nd Vote, The Conservative App that May Unintentionally Help Liberals Choose Where to Shop

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2nd Vote (free)

2nd Vote is a clever application. Written by conservatives, the application is designed to inform its users so they can cast a second vote, an economic vote, to reinforce their personal political and social views. The app details the political leanings of major corporations: where they invest and what stands they take, for instance, on same sex partner benefits.

You must sign-up for a free account for the app to work. You may want to read this before you sign-up.



Frugal Is the New Black: Mobile Shoppers Go Online for Deals

Frugal Is the New Black: Mobile Shoppers Go Online for Deals

Coupon clipping is chic? Well for some people it always was in good taste to try to save money but thanks to reality shows such as Extreme Couponing on TLC Discovery, the practice of finding and using coupons to save money on just about everything is not only socially accepted, but popular. Gone are the days of people being embarrassed to pull out a fifty cent coupon. We know that the discounts add up.


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