A new form of shopping is hitting our ‘shelves’, in the form of AR (Augmented Reality) product placement. Put simply, it allows you to superimpose objects into a room to get a digital preview of how furniture and the like, will fit in a room from all angles. In this blog, I’ll be looking at how Amazon and Ikea have both implemented this feature into their respective apps and offering a mini-tutorial on how to use this nifty new feature.
Summer’s long gone and whilst those autumn leaves look beautiful you’d much rather stay inside and keep warm. You’re also not into the gym so what’s the need for that gust of wind to blow all up in your face, right? But keeping fit is crucial to your health so what if I told you there’s an app that acts as a game but requires you to workout (at home) to increase your core, strength and help burn fat? It’s awesome; check it out.
Every year, an average of 1.6 million people take their driving test. As most people will know, it is split into two parts, a prerequisite Theory test followed by a Practical test. Whilst you hire a driving instructor to prepare you for the Practical test, the Theory is down to you, the learner. In this day and age of technology, this is a lot simpler than it used to be thanks to smartphones and their apps but you still have to be wary about which ones you use. So I’m looking into the 5 best apps you can use to study for the test.
Everyone's experienced the moment where someone's using your phone, and they accidentally swipe onto a photo they weren't meant to see. Sometimes it's something mostly harmless, like a birthday gift meant to be a surprise, but nine times out of ten it's someone in their birthday suit instead -- and now things are going to be awkward.
A new app is promising an end to these uncomfortable encounters, with a new approach: machine learning that automatically recognises all nude photos on your phone, and sends them to a secure photo vault. The app's simply called Nude -- here's what you need to know.
Augmented Reality (AR) is on the road to becoming mainstream. It allows images to be superimposed on your screen dynamically, as if it really exists in the real world. There are many apps that use this technology and the possibilities of it are endless. I downloaded some AR apps to check it out first-hand and in this blog I share my thoughts with you; is AR a gimmick or revolutionary?
Yoga went mainstream in North America 15-20 years ago then slowly made its way to the UK. The popularity of yoga has consequently led to a rise in meditation practice. Headspace is the leading meditation and mindfulness app which has transformed into a $250m business.