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  1. Anti-Bullying App STOP!T Allows For Anonymous Reporting

    Bullies beware!

    Bullies. No matter where you go, they seem to be there. School, work, even the military. And they can do some pretty harmful damage. But now that's about to change. There's an app that lets you report bullies anonymously and it's about to kick some bully butt.

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  2. What Did The Doctor Say? Medical Instagram App Helps With Diagnoses

    It's just a flesh wound.

    What if you could get a professional opinion about that case of the chicken pox via Instagram or Snapchat? Well, some doctors in Texas are doing just that.

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  3. New App Uses Smartphone Cameras To Connect Blind Users to Sighted Volunteers

    Imagine this: you are blind and you're trying to cook marinara sauce alone in your apartment. You have two cans in your kitchen cabinet, and you know one is crushed tomatoes—but the other is pie filling, which would taste terrible on pasta. Normally this would be a huge annoyance, but with Be My Eyes, all you have to do point your cellphone camera at the cans and somebody will tell you whether it's the one on the left or right. Problem solved!

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  4. Walgreens Makes Period-Tracking App Since Apple Didn’t Bother

    You know how Apple's Health app can give you your "whole health picture" except it refuses to track your period, because ewww cooties??? Fortunately for those of us who menstruate, Walgreens and Glow - a data science company for women's reproductive health and education - have partnered to create an app that can help you track your sadface days and refill your birth control prescription.

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  5. Invisible Girlfriend App Helps Users Hide Significant Others from Orcs Fake Romantic Relationships

    I'd prefer my partners to have Alex Mack goo powers, but ok.

    Although the phrase "invisible girlfriend" carries some scary implications, I'm surprisingly okay with Invisible Girlfriend (or Boyfriend!), an app that launched yesterday just in time for one of the most potentially awkward days of the year for singles. Sure, the premise is a little weird, but no more weird than society's ferocious insistence that everyone find one partner with which to unite their souls for all of time, right?

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  6. Finally They’re Opening Up the Gates: Unlicensed Frozen App Anna Giving Birth Is Exactly What it Sounds Like

    C-sections are hard to animate.

    Love is an open abdomen!

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  7. GoldieBlox’s First App Will Teach Kids About the Magic Of… Gif-Making?

    Yeah ok.

    Y'all should be aware that I'm a big fan of movies, gifs, and girls learning about science (specifically, in this case, the science of early motion pictures and the zoopraxiscope). But my favorite thing about the trailer for GoldieBlox's first app has to be the little girl version of the trailer guy voice they have going.

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  8. Teen Siblings Inspired by Ferguson Conflict Design Ratings App to Monitor Police Performance

    0/5 stars. Would not get arrested by again.

    Issues surrounding police brutality and transparency have a way of cropping up over and over again in the form of tragedy, unfortunately. So a few teen siblings with a background in app coding have decided to help find a solution with their police rating app, Five-O.

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  9. Tom Hanks’ App Wants to Turn Your iPad Into a Typewriter, and It’s Dominating the App Store

    Yes. That Tom Hanks.

    Hanx Writer is an app that turns your iPad into a typewriter, or at least it gives you the feel of using one. The app is free, but offers in-app purchases to unlock different typewriter skins. Are there really that many iPad users with fond memories of old typewriters? Apparently so. Hanx Writer is sitting at the top of the App Store after its first week.

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  10. Push For Pizza Is an App Where You Push a Button and You Get Pizza

    Uber, but for— *gets slapped in the face*

    Almost everyone loves pizza but hates having to go on a computer or fill out online delivery forms, or call a place and talk to people on the phone, or... move. Well, a team of five teenage guys in Brooklyn has solved that particular problem in the dorkiest, most obvious way possible.

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