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Instead of wading through the massive amount of new app releases searching for a few diamonds in the rough, just let us be your guide. This is a collection of our favorite new apps for both iOS and Android for your downloading pleasure.


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Pokemon GO

Depending on where you get your news, Pokemon GO is the most popular mobile game ever, a detective tool, accidental exercise or a childish trip down memory lane. One thing’s for sure, though: it’s ridiculously addictive. Once you build your trainer, you get a starting Pokemon and start your adventure. Wander around the real world looking for wild Pokemon, Pokestops and Gyms to collect ’em all, pick up items and battle to have the best gym in the neighborhood. If you wondered why everyone has been walking around staring at their phones for the past few days, this is it. iTunes Android




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Red Bull Music Academy Radio

Red Bull Music Academy (RBMA) Radio mixes the best features of old school style radio with modern technology to give you access to a huge amount of regular programs and, by extension, new music you’ve probably never heard. Whether you’re looking for a deep dive in to Southern California’s garage rock legacy (“Fully Amped”), streams from popular festivals (Movement, Levitation), or influential clubs (Smart Bar Chicago, Le Sucre Lyon), RBMA Radio has something in their 24/7 content lineup that will interest you–as long as you’re not super attached to the next/previous button. iTunes Android




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Gaddr

If you’re tired of trying to find friends, brands and/or celebrities across all their different social media platforms, you need Gaddr. Designed as a unifying tool for all your social media, Gaddr takes your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Spotify, YouTube, Snapchat, Vine and plenty of other social network profiles (there are over 50 options) and attaches them to one Gaddr profile to make it easy for you to find other people and for other people to find you with one simple search. iTunes Android




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Thinga.Me

The latest release from the Microsoft Garage is Thinga.Me, an app designed and built to help you archive your collections digitally. Take pictures of your LEGOs, toy cars, real cars, coasters, matchboxes, travel knick-knacks, kid’s artwork, stamps or anything else you collect, cut them out of the background and then arrange them in collections on digital shelves, corkboard, display stands or peg board. Collections can be tagged, showcased or shared so you can keep track of everything while still displaying it to far off friends. Link




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Exify

Every time you take a picture, Exif data about location, time, camera, lens, exposure, etc. is stored in the background. Exify gives you access to all that information for your iPhone snaps without having to load the image elsewhere. In addition to viewing all the Exif data, Exify lets you add add watermarks, set copyrights, descriptions and artists, along with adjusting location information and GPS metadata. If you’re serious about your iPhone photography, you need Exify. iTunes




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Meep

Meep combines the hands off listening experience of a podcast with a collection of personalized stories about your interests culled from blogs, news, music and social media. Billed as “Personal News Radio,” Meep makes it easy to get up-to-date information about your favorite stuff without having to scroll through an endless feed filled with stories, news and music you might not care about. And since it’s audio based, you can use it in the car, on the bike or on public transportation. Link




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Detour

Truly experiencing a city requires exploring a little more deeply than what’s right in front of your face, and that’s where Detour comes in. The location aware app gives you access to multiple “Detours” in a number of cities that work like a better version of a museum tour. Each Detour is narrated by a local and filled with interesting information, cinematic scoring and storytelling to create an educational and fun experience that’s better than what you’d get from a native tour guide. iTunes Android




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Good Morning Alarm Clock

You probably already have an alarm clock app on your phone because no one uses physical alarm clocks anymore, but that shouldn’t stop you from checking out Good Morning Alarm Clock if you have an Android device. In addition to tracking your sleep cycles, analyzing the quality of your sleep and adjusting your wake up time to help you feel more refreshed, Good Morning Alarm Clark allows helps you drift off comfortably with a collection of relaxing sounds and white noise. Android
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