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DilemmaMatch: a new free Social App for iOS and Android that will find your Soulmates

DilemmaMatch: a new free Social App for iOS and Android that will find your Soulmates

The Bright Side of Life has released a free new social app for iOS and Android - DilemmaMatch

DilemmaMatch compares your interests and responses to dilemmas with other users throughout the world. In just four steps, and using our unique matching algorithm, we’ll help you find people who think like you and who share your interests – your “Soulmates

Designed to entertain you and find out how you approach life, the DilemmaMatch app will show you your potential Soulmates – and can help you get in touch via Social Media.


Chat app aims to Reach out to university students

Chat app aims to Reach out to university students

A new anonymous messaging app aimed at making people search as easy as information search is being launched by a team based in Israel.

Daniel Setton, CEO of Reach, says the team created an app on which users can discover and chat with people near them and like them, by users’ hobbies, interests, expertise, skills, unique attributes and more.

The app, which is anonymous, will allow users to browse through a “never-ending” feed of user profiles describing users’ characteristics, and chat instantly.

Its creator says the app allows people to connect with others beyond their social circle, in a meaningful way.


Twitter Blames Apple and iOS 8 for Loss in Users, Then Backtracks

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Whenever Apple releases a new major version of iOS, it sends developers scrambling. They have to make sure their apps are compatible and aren't relying on "deprecated" code that no longer works or will stop working soon. But sometimes Apple changes things just enough in ways that don't break an app, but have an impact nonetheless. Twitter has just found this out the hard way.



Vent Up: Express Yourself Freely and Annonymously

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Everyone would choose to keep things positive and spread good vibes in social media, but from time to time, there will simply be circumstances which can prompt us to lose it. Whether it be a rant about an irritating reality TV celebrity, a boyfriend who is late again for the umpteenth time, or lousy customer service, we want an outlet for unloading these feelings.



Review: The Glimpse App and Widget

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Do you find yourself heading back to the same websites over and over again, especially those which update often? 

Arno Appenzeller has developed a new new app called Glimpse ($2.99) that let's you see all your favorite websites in one quick glance. Once you download the app, you can add web pages into it that will then show up as a widget in your Today view, located in your Notification Center. 



How to Follow an Interest on Pinterest (as opposed to Following a Pinner)

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Some people say that Pinterest is the new Google. People head to Pinterest to search for project ideas, recipes, and news about their favorite topics. Using the Follow Interest tool, you can easily find new pins about your favorite topics without following other pinners one at a time. Pinterest will find the most popular pins from all of of the users who are posting about the topics you love and display them in your Pinterest feed. I've used this feature to find new pinners to follow and find more great pins about my favorite topics: health & fitness, technology, and DIY. 



Tip of the Day: How to Follow a Conversation Thread on Facebook Without Commenting

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There are several reasons why you might want to see comments on a Facebook post—I often want to see comments if the poster is asking a question I'd like to know the answer to.  

You can receive notifications about future comments by leaving a comment yourself—I often see people comment "following" or "commenting because I'd like to receive updates" on Facebook status updates—but Facebook recently made a change so you can easily subscribe to updates without commenting on a thread. Here's how to follow a Facebook thread and receive notifications of comments without leaving a comment.



Tip of the Day: How to Remove Your Location From Instagram Photos

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I love Instagram because of it's fun visual nature. I can scroll through my friend's pictures, quickly double-tap to like, and even leave a comment if I want to. What I don't love about Instagram is how easy it is to accidentally add location information (longitude and latitude of the device you're posting from) to your photos, which can be dangerous—especially for teens who are using the social media network. Here's how to remove your location from Instagram photos. 



Tip of the Day: How to Add a Comment in Pinterest

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There are several reasons why you might want to edit a pin description. Maybe you'd like to add your comments about a recipe, mention another way to do a step in the DIY project that you found easier, or even just make a note for yourself that you have already tried that pin. The reasons are plentiful. Here's how to edit a pin description in Pinterest. 



Tip of the Day: How to Save an Article to Read Later on Facebook

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Facebook is a great way to keep up on news and videos that your family and friends share. The problem is time. There’s never enough time to read everything you’d like to, and honestly, it’s not easy to find those articles again. I’ve seen people share articles they want to read later, but that can clutter your timeline and annoy your friends. Facebook recently added a save feature that makes it easy to save those and go back to them later, when you have the time. 



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