• Abbey Carper posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 1 week, 2 days ago

    Pretty Cool! The First Smart App Called “Second Chance” Is Said To Be Able To Monitor Opioid Overdose From 3 Feet Away. The App, Which Uses Sonar, Is Said To Be Able To Detect Overdose Symptoms From A Person’s Breathing Pattern 90% Of The Time. When Overdose Is Detected The Apps Sends Out A Call For Help.

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  • Abbey Carper posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 2 weeks, 5 days ago

    Any Help Towards Solving Long Shopping Check-out Queues Would Be Much Appreciated. This Is What An App, Perpule, In India Does. It Enables A User To Find Their Product, Scan The Bar Code, And Then Pay For It Via The App, Thereby Bypassing The Long Queues. Big Shopping Corporations Could Use Such An App.

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 1 month ago

    Always Seeking A Second Opinion On What A Text Message, From Someone, Means? Then You May Be In Luck As There May Be An App For That. The MEI App, According To The Developers, Is Said To Used 5 Personality Algorithm To Help One Interpret The Real Meaning Behind A Text Message. For Real!?

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  • foolishlywise posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    Interesting! A New App Could Help One Reduce Plastic Waste And Save Money. The App, “Tap,” Is The Google Map For Locating Water Fountains And Refill Stations. The App Also Allows Search For Unfiltered, Sparkling or Flavored Water. The App Can Be Used In Major Cities Like New York To New Delhi

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  • Penney Micheals posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 4 months ago

    Pretty Cool If Folks Can 3D-Visualize How A Product Would Look In Their Home Space Before Buying The Product. This Is What Many Companies, Especially Furniture Companies, Are Doing Using Apps. This Could Make It Easy, Especially For Folks, Who Find It Difficult To Visualize How A Product Could Fit In Before Buying.

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  • Abbey Carper posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 5 months, 4 weeks ago

    The Miles App, Aside From Mining Personal Data, Seems Cool Because It Tries To Encourage Folks, Through More Rewards, To Use Environmentally Friendly Means Of Transporation Like Biking And Walking. These Rewards Can Then Be Redeemed In Stores Like Starbucks And Target. BTW, Just Signing Up Gets One 2000 Miles (About $5 Freebies Worth).

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  • Cindy Alverez posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 9 months, 2 weeks ago

    An App, “HopkinsPD,” Has Been Developed That Can Help Doctors Track Remotely, Patients Experiences With Parkinson’s Disease. The App Does This Through A Variety Of Tests: Finger Tapping, Voice, Gait And Reaction Time Activities. These Tests Enable It To Rate The Severity Of The Disease On A Scale Of 1-100, With 100 Being The Most Severe.

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  • Abe Brooker posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 9 months, 3 weeks ago

    An Experimental App May Help Doctors More Accurately Check For Blood Flow, So As To Determine Good Candidates For Procedure To Unblock Arteries And Restore Blood Flow To The Heart. The Apps Works By Monitoring Color Changes In The Fingertips. The App Is Said To Be 92% Accurate While The Commonly Used Allen Test Is 82% Accurate.

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  • Ken posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 10 months ago

    Imagine Combining The Bark App, And The Say Something Anonymous Reporting System (SSARS), Which Allows Anyone To Report Any Suspicious Activity. Both Apps May Be Influential In Reducing School Shooting Threats, Suicide, Bullying, And Substance Abuse. SSARS Was Developed By Parents Whose Kids Were Victims In The Sandy Hook Massacre.

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  • Cindy Alverez posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 10 months ago

    Parents May Be Interested In The App, “Bark.” The App Monitors Threats Associated With Kids Being Online, And Informs Parents And School Administrators Of Any Such Threat. Examples Of The Threats Monitored Are Sexting, Depression, Cyberbullying, Internet Predators, And Suicidal Thoughts. The App Sounds Almost Like The SafeToNet App.

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  • Ismael Shapiro posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 10 months, 1 week ago

    People Over 40 Yrs May Want To Check Out The “Relative More Accurate” Online Skin Cancer, Melanoma, Prediction Tool, QIMR. The Tool Is Said To Use Variables Like Sex, Treated Skin Lesions, Hair Color, Sex, Mole Count At Age 21, And Sunscreen Use To Predict One’s Vulnerability In The Next 3.5 Yrs.

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  • Penney Micheals posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 10 months, 1 week ago

    Aside From Its Beauty And Symbolism, It Seems Like More Information Can be Extracted From A Tattoo. E.G., It Could Be Used As A Music Bar Code, Which Can Be Scanned With The “Skin Motion App” And Then Played. And Secondly, It May Inform On Health Status By The Color Variation.

  • Abbey Carper posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    The App, “Hold,” Could Entice College Students To Stop The Frequent Use Of Their Phones. The App Does This By Bribing Students With Points Every 20 Mins They Don’t Use Their Phones. And The Points Can Be Used To Get Discounts And Freebies When Shopping On Amazon And Many More. Really Gotten To That Point?

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  • Larry Beardsmore posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 11 months, 2 weeks ago

    The Apple Watch Heart Rate Sensor, In Addition To Detecting Abnormal Heart Rhythm (A-Fib), Sleep Apnea And Hypertension, Can Also Detect Diabetes With 85% Accuracy Rate. This Is So Cool Because An Early Detection Of Diabetes Could Help Alleviate Diabetes Related Diseases.

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  • Irish Petterd posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 11 months, 3 weeks ago

    USA Residents May Soon, Via The Doctors Report App ,” Be Able To Track 15 Types Of Diseases That Could Infect Their Area By Severity, Age And Zip Code. The Device Is Almost Like Checking The Weather Before You Leave Your House. I Wish It Could Be Made Available To All Parts Of The World.

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  • Mike Coleman posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 11 months, 3 weeks ago

    Diabetics May Be Interested In The Advances Develop To Test Blood Glucose Level Without The Discomfort Of Pricking Ones Fingers. The Most Recent Is A Test Monitor Embedded In The Contact lens, Worn In An Eye, That Detects The Glucose Level From Tears. It Is Expected To Be Available Commercially In < 5 Years.

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  • jparker posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 1 year, 1 month ago

    The New App, “TRY” Enables Anyone, Who Is A Member, To Buy Clothes And Then, Within A Given Period, Try The Clothes Out At Home Without Being Charged For The Clothes One Chooses To Return. The More Trustworthy One Is, The More Likely You’re To Try More Clothes At Any Given Time.

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  • Anika Reyansh posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 1 year, 2 months ago

    Just Like The Chowberry App, But For Restaurants. The App, “Frenzi,” Seems To Connect Restaurants, With Excess Food, To Consumers. I Wander Why The Apps Never Seem To Catch On With Consumers. Or Do Some People Feel Like They Are Being Fed With Left Over Foods That Could Have Some Health Consequences?

  • Cindy Alverez posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 1 year, 2 months ago

    This Cool Centers For Disease Control (CDC) App, TravWell, Will Not Only Give You Recommendations Regarding The Vaccine Shots That You Need To Take As You Plan Your International Trip(s), But It Would Also Help You Keep Track Of All Your Vaccinations And Medications For Future References. The App Also Works Offline, Nice!

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  • Anika Reyansh posted an update in the group Group logo of AppApp 1 year, 2 months ago

    Cool Algorithm That Can Predict Plant Disease Outbreaks/ Hotspots. The Algorithm Uses The Concept That Closely Related Plants Are Bound To Be Infected By The Same Pest. So, By Understanding Plant/Pest Interactions And The Geographic Distribution Of Plants Prone To Similar Pest Infections, The Algorithm Can Predict Hotspots.

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