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7 paid iPhone apps on sale for free today

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CES 2018 is in full swing right now, but there isn’t much for Apple users to get excited about unless you’re willing to dive head-first into the HomeKit smartphone market, which is still “emerging” after all this time. Don’t worry though, Apple fans, because we’ve got something for you to enjoy. Today’s roundup of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free includes seven solid options, so grab them while they’re free.

This post covers paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. Clotheshorse is not affiliated with any developers. There is no way to tell how long they will be free. These sales could end an hour from now or a week from now — obviously, the only thing we can guarantee is that they were free at the time this post was written. If you click on a link and see a price listed next to an app instead of the word “get,” it is no longer free. The sale has ended. If you download the app anyway, you will be charged by Apple.

SmileSelfie – Automatic Selfie

Normally $0.99.

No more sad photos. SmileSelfie takes photo only when you smile. It uses sophisticated smile detection algorithms for each detected face. When the app detects your smile, it doesn’t take only 1 photo, it take up to 3 photo automatically, with 1 second interval. No buttons required to be pressed. Just Smile 🙂

: : Top Features : :
– Sophisticated face detection and smile detection algorithm
– Up to 3 Auto-Selfies
– View, Compare then Save
– Apply effects to each of 3 photos
– Save to Camera Roll
– Share on Facebook and Twitter

NOTE: You can Review this app, and leave a comment with suggestions, so we can improve the app and bring new features on the next update.

PLEASE Smile 🙂 Otherwise this app won’t take selfies.

Download SmileSelfie – Automatic Selfie

To Do List

Normally $0.99.

The best to do list app will always be whatever works for you. One reason for the enduring popularity of pen-and-paper-based methods is that they can map perfectly to your individual needs.

Manage tasks and projects anywhere with Todoist. At home. At school. At work. Online. Offline.

Download To Do List

Beast Towers

Normally $0.99.

No In-App Purchases in this game, you get all the features!
Humans are attacking your castle, but you will defend it! Summon your beasts and defeat them!

Want to play a real tower defense game? Try something different, try Beast Towers!

“Something a little different, something new, something interesting… something French.”

No In-App Purchases in this game! You get all the features!

Beast Towers highlights:

• Experience true defense battles in 3D!

• Unlock new beast towers and evolve them!

• 40 different towers!

• Over 15 abilities, summon the Cursed cloud!

• More than 60 different enemies, fear them, destroy them!

• Defeat a boss, and he will join you!

• Hours of gameplay

• Two game modes, dive into action with the Tsunami mode!

• High quality animated characters

Device Compatibility: iPad (iPad 2 minimum), iPhone (iPhone 4S minimum, iPhone 5 & newer recommended) and iPod Touch (iPod Touch 5 minimum)!

Download Beast Towers

Mixface

Normally $1.99.

Mixface lets you pin five useful widgets to your watch face that rotate through the day.

Pick widgets from our gallery and then use Time Travel to cycle through them on your watch face or set them to appear at useful times throughout the day.

Tap through to see more info on the cards in the Watch App or set Notifications against cards to see when the card data changes.

Cards include:

* Calendar Events
* Set off and arrival times
* Directions
* Battery
* Countdown clocks
* Notes & Reminders
* Weather today
* Weather tomorrow
* Chance of rain
* Steps
* Workouts
* Calories
* Heart rate
* London bus times
* London metro status

…. and more!

Download now for free and see just what you need, just when you need it… only on Apple Watch.

Note: This app integrates with the Apple Health app to show you Steps, Heart Rate, Workouts and Calories on your Watch Face.

Download Mixface

3D Earth – weather widget

Normally $3.99.

Meet the wonderful 3D Earth. The most beautiful app, ever!
This unique application combining: weather forecast, clocks, widgets and a beautiful view from the space to our Earth.
Accurate weather conditions and forecast is a main features of this app.
The unique weather forecast algorithm has access to thousands weather stations. It’s allow to make a mostly accurate forecast for each location around the world!

Current weather condition has detailed description, air temperature, wind direction and force, humidity, dew point, pressure, visibility, as well as comfort index with reference to current weather conditions.
Weather forecast information has detailed description, day and night air temperature, wind direction and force, humidity, UV index, probability of precipitation, and comfort index with reference to current weather conditions.

FEATURES:
● Real time 3D rendered Earth
● Weather map layers with temperature, humidity, wind, pressure and precipitations
● World clocks
● Weather condition for more than 150 000 locations around the world with 15 days and hourly forecasts
● Beautiful graphics for 15 days and 48 hours forecast
● Notification Center Widget provides quick access to weather forecast and current condition
● Temperature on the icon badge. The current temperature for your location will be displayed on your Home Screen now
● Sunrise and Sunset time
● iCloud sync keeping your cities list at your devices
● Universal app, one app for all devices iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and iPod Touch

Download 3D Earth – weather widget

Color Accent

Normally $0.99.

Color Accent lets you add accent effect (also known as splash or highlight effect) to your photos in seconds. Simply tap to select colors to keep and make rest of your photo Black and White.

FEATURES

• Powerful image processing engine

Easily pick accent / splash colors to highlight
Pick unlimited number of accent / splash colors

• Beautiful and simple user interface

Magnifying glass lets you easily pick precise colors
Paint on photos to remove or add colors

• Change Hue and Saturation for accent colors
• Film-inspired filters and presets
• Full resolution support
• Universal app

Download Color Accent

C-Time

Normally $4.99.

Your time is precious. C-Time is the App that helps you see, how much of your valuable time you spend at certain places.

Do you ever wonder how much time you spend at work, at your school or in your gym?
C-Time works with geofence system and will automatically record your time being in your defined places per day, month and year.
All this works automatically, without any need to start the app and press any buttons. Whenever you drive / walk into your defined places, C-Time will register your entering and start counting the time you spend at this place. When you leave this place C-Time will automatically stop counting.

Features:
• automatically register your time you spend at your places
• show you a notification when you arrive or leave a place with summary information
• manually start and stop the counting
• edit / modify the recorded times
• export / email your time data
• post your time in social media: facebook / twitter / sina weibo

With C-Time app you easy track your valuable time you spend at your office, gym or wherever you are interested in.

The automatic mode needs the geofence system and is working with:
• iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S and newer.

Hints:
□ The automatic mode runs at it’s best, when you have wifi enabled on your phone.
□ C-Time uses the same feature (geofence) as Apple uses in the “Reminders” app.

Download C-Time

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The Galaxy S9’s main specs detailed in extensive new report

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In just over a month, the phones many Android fans are waiting for will be finally unveiled in Barcelona, Spain. Samsung confirmed as much last week at CES, putting to rest all rumors that said the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ might be announced earlier than expected.

The phones have hardly been a secret, and we already know Samsung plans to reuse last year’s Galaxy S8 design for one more year. We also have a pretty good idea of the sort of hardware improvements that we can expect from the upcoming Galaxy S9 duo. But a new report from Korea gives us the best look yet at the Galaxy S9’s hardware specs, leaving almost nothing left for Samsung to surprise us with.

The Galaxy S9’s most notable improvement is the camera, Korean language ETNews says. The phone will have a single-lens 12-megapixel rear camera, while the Galaxy S9+ is getting a dual 12-megapixel camera setup on the back. All cameras are going to feature a variable F1.5/F2.4 aperture that will let users operate the phone like a DSLR camera. The variable iris tech was already used in the Samsung W2018 clamshell phone Samsung that was released in China last month.

The Galaxy S9 will also become the first flagship phone in the world with an F1.5 aperture, which will let it capture even more light. Low-light photography should be dramatically improved as a result. Last fall, LG launched a smartphone with an F1.6 aperture, the LG V30.

Another camera feature coming to the Galaxy S9 series is slow motion shooting mode — that’s likely the super slow motion mode that has been mentioned in previous reports. On the front side of the phone, you’ll find an 8-megapixel camera with autofocus. The Galaxy S9’s selfie cam also incorporates the components needed for facial recognition features, and the phone has a standalone iris recognition camera as well.

Aside from the camera, the Galaxy S9 will feature other interesting technology, like the Substrate Like PCB (SLP) mainboard design that will let Samsung squeeze miniaturized circuits into an even smaller space, thus freeing more room for the battery. SLP will be used in roughly 60% of Galaxy S9 units, or the ones that will be powered by Samsung’s own Exynos processor. The iPhone X employs similar tech, and it’s what allowed Apple to reduce the size of the logic board in the handset.

Finally, the report notes that the Galaxy S9 will bring over Samsung’s first display that will incorporate Y-OCTA technology. That’s short for Youm On-Cell Touch AMOLED, and it refers to new display tech that allows Samsung to reduce the overall size and weight of a screen and place the touch sensor right on top of the flexible OLED layer. The report makes no mention of 3D Touch-like support for the Galaxy S9, which had been rumored.

The report does not mention the actual size of the Galaxy S9 batteries, but a report earlier this week hinted Samsung will rely on the same 3,000 mAh and 3,500 mAh capacities used for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. The new Galaxy S9 and S9+ will be unveiled during a press conference late next month ahead of their expected release on March 16th.

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Bloomberg: Apple hires data scientist team for analytics project

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Apple has hired a team of data scientists from a company called Silicon Valley Data Science, Bloomberg reports. While it doesn’t sound like a full blown acquisition, the report notes that Apple’s hiring spree includes the CEO of the consulting firm.

Apple confirmed some of the hires in a statement to Bloomberg as well:

Founded in 2013, the Mountain View, California-based startup provided data analysis to larger companies to improve their forecasts, operational efficiency, and customer relationships, according to the firm’s website. An Apple spokesman acknowledged a few dozen employees from Silicon Valley Data Science joined the company.

The report goes on to say that the new data scientist hires have been assigned to “analytics in ad-related initiatives” at the company.

The new hiring wave follows Apple’s acquisition of audio recognition service Shazam in December, the startup behind the QuantumFilm image sensor in November, and the team behind the development service Buddybuild earlier this month.

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Razer Phone 2 Could Launch In September With Project Linda

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The Razer Phone was launched back in November of last year and now it looks like we have some details about its successor, the Razer Phone 2.

According to a recent report the second generation Razer Phone will launch in September of 2017. The device is rumored to launch along with the new Project Linda.

Project Linda was revealed at CES 2018 earlier this month, it is an add on device for the Razer Phone that turns the handset into a gaming laptop. As yet there are no specifications on the new Razer Phone 2, although we can expect it to get a number of upgrades over the current handset.

The existing Razer Phone is equipped with a 5.72 inch IGZO LCD display that has a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor and 8GB of RAM. The handset features 64GB of storage and a microSD card slot for expansion.

Other specifications on the device include a8 megapixel front facing camera for Selfies, on the back there are two cameras. One has a 12 megapixel sensor with a wide angle lens. The other has a 13 megapixel sensor with a telephoto lens. The handset comes with a 4000 mAh battery and Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4+.

As September is the rumored launch date for the second generation Razer Phone it looks like the handset could be made official at Mobile World Congress 2018.

Source Frandroid, GSM Arena

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