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The best utility apps are designed to make your hectic life a little bit easier, and maybe even more enjoyable.
From apps that makes budgeting beautiful to ones that let you know the exact minute it’s going to rain, there’s something for every lifestyle.
We’ve collected the best of the best in this unique mix, and we tossed in a few lesser-known surprises to show what modern apps can do.
Dark Sky tells you exactly when it’s about to rain (or snow).
Dark Sky does one thing very well: It tells you exactly when inclement weather, like rain or snow, is going to happen. The app is beautifully designed and features a precipitation timeline that lets you know minute-by-minute predictions for when you can expect rain.
Price: $3.99 (iOS)
Level Money helps you budget your spending in an easy and elegant way.
Level Money links to your bank account to help you know how much you can spend today, meaning you never have to manually input your purchases. It takes into account your income, monthly spending habits, and how much you’re trying to save. If you spend more than you should on a given day, the app will adjust and tell you to spend less the following day.
Price: Free (iOS, Android)
FlyCleaners lets you choose when to have your laundry picked up and dropped off.
FlyCleaners is great for when you’re just too busy to find time to do your laundry. The app lets you choose when to have you laundry picked up, and your first time they provide free bags. Your laundry is then whisked away, and you can set a time on the app to have it dropped off when it’s finished.
Price: Free (iOS, Android)
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It looks like the Twitpic saga is finally coming to an end.
Photo-sharing service Twitpic announced today an agreement had been reached with Twitter which will give Twitter ownership of the Twitpic domain and its expansive photo archives.
Twitpic founder Noah Everett announced the news in a company blog post.
We weren’t able to find a way to keep Twitpic independent. However, I’m happy to announce that we have reached an agreement with Twitter to give them the Twitpic domain and photo archive, thus keeping the photos and links alive for the time being. Twitter shares our goal of protecting our users and this data. Also, since Twitpic’s user base consists of Twitter users, it makes sense to keep this data with Twitter.
While the Twitpic iOS and Android app have been removed from the App Store and Google Play, Twitpic’s photo archives and links will continue to stay alive.
The Twitpic archive will be read-only, however, and while Twitpic users can still easily download their photo collections, they will be unable to upload new pictures.
The announcement of Twitter’s acquisition of the Twitpic domain and photo archive follows what has been a chaotic two months for Twitpic.
Last month, Twitpic announced it would be shutting down due to a trademark despite with Twitter regarding the name “Twitpic.” Weeks later, Twitpic announced it had been acquired and would continue its service, but the acquisition talks fell through, leading to Twitpic to backtrack and announce its impending closure shortly after.
Twitpic founder Noah Everett used today’s announcement as a final farewell, stating in his blog post that “I want to say thank you for allowing me to be a part of your photo sharing memories for nearly seven years. It has been an honor.”
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