Prepare To Travel With These Apps And Website Resources

Prepare To Travel With These Apps And Website Resources
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Traveling can be an exhilarating and exciting life event to tick off your bucket list. You can plan your trip any way you want: You may want to rely on a travel agent, or you can go through the whole booking process yourself. However, travel is not just hopping on a plane then going to your destination of choice. Especially if you’re traveling to another country, you may need a little help getting around.

Fortunately, the Internet has made things so much easier. No need to lug all those maps and guides-to-certain-countries books. All you need are your tablet, laptop, or even just your smartphone, and a few apps and bookmarks, and you’re all set.

Google Maps. This is probably the first thing you have to download on your Android device or iPhone. You’ll need a way to get around the unfamiliar city/ies you’re traveling to, and this is your best tool. Ditch the paper maps, and have Google Maps on your smartphone.

Travel 2TripAdvisor. Unless you have friends in the area who can take you around and show you through the sights and sounds of your city or country of choice, you definitely need to know where you should be eating, where you should be hanging out, and other such details. TripAdvisor is THE best place for learning where to go, where to eat, and even where to stay.

Booking.com. If you’re planning your trip yourself, Booking.com will help you get the job done faster and easier. Great deals, reviews on hotels, are all available on Booking.com.

Google Translate. You need to know rudimentary phrases to get by, right? And if you don’t have the time to learn the language of your target country, this is the next best thing. And if you really want to take learning the language of your travel destination to a whole new level, you may want to explore FluentIn3Months.com. It’s a great travel resource, apart from the language-learning program it has.

XE.com. You will have to be able to convert currencies in a snap. XE.com helps you do just that.

Here are some websites and apps that aren’t a basic travel need, but may come in handy:

Hospitality Exchange Websites. This is social networking for people who want to share their homes with travelers, as well as travelers who want to find more affordable accommodation on the cheap. CouchSurfing.org made the practice popular, and many other websites have followed suit. Airbnb.com has a similar concept, and is highly recommended online. RoomORama.com is more commercial in nature, and they perform background checks on both the traveler and the host. In any case, always check the feedback of the accommodations you’re considering, in order to see if it’s a safe and great fit for you.

Travel 1Proxy Websites. Some countries have nationwide firewalls, so it would be useful if you knew a few proxy websites. ClearlyDrunk.com is a good and secure free proxy website, but you may want to explore safer options like HotspotShield.com, or even a paid service like NinjasProxy.com. This would help you access blocked websites like Facebook.

Chat And Communication Apps. James Karl Buck, a UC Berkeley student who went to Egypt for a journalism project, got caught in one of the riots and strikes and was jailed. Thanks to Twitter, a one-word Tweet got him out of jail, and fast. While this is an extreme case of the need for communication, don’t forget to pack communication apps, including chat and microblogging apps, in your mobile device. You’ll never know when you’ll need it.

If you need a guide on how to go about your travel adventure, you may want to check out this list of travel articles:

Listgeeks: Helpful Travel Articles To Read by brosixlists

And if you want more apps you should pack with you on your trip, check out this list as well:

Listgeeks: Most Helpful Apps For Travel by brosixlists

Be a well-informed, ever-ready traveler. Arm yourself with these apps, websites and article resources, and you’ll have a great time seeing the sights and sounds of the places you’ve always wanted to go to.

Photo Credits: Pixabay, Flickr/Wilerson S Andrade, DeviantArt/WoronHeart, TripAdvisor.com, Google Maps

 

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Three More Social Networks To Add To Your Plate

Three More Social Networks To Add To Your Plate
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Maybe, just maybe you’re in dire need of Facebook rehab. Maybe, just maybe, you also need a temporary restraining order from Twitter. Or maybe, just maybe, you have to stop posting just one more selfie on Instagram.

But what if we tell you that you haven’t even scratched the surface of social media, and there may be three more social networking websites that you’ve either ignored, or that you have to start using, stat?

Why? Well, maybe you want to take a break from your friends and family on Facebook. Maybe you want to be somewhere quieter than Twitter. Maybe you want to be able to rant with impunity. Whatever your reasons, it’s always fun to explore new websites, meet new people, and learn something new.

WeHeartIt. It’s not an Instagram-killer, mind you, but the images shared are still striking, beautiful and interesting. If you want to find more infused-drinks ideas, more dessert pics that will get you to salivate, more couple and romance pics to send to your boo, then WeHeartIt is the place to hang out in.

Plurk. Plurk’s interface is way different from Twitter, but it’s one of those microblogging websites that have survived the test of time. While Jaiku never made it past the Beta phase, Plurk has established its own fanbase, and it’s still alive and Plurking.

Unlike most social networking formats, where the feeds are read from top to bottom, Plurk has differentiated itself by formatting its timeline and feeds from left to right. Left to the current and future, and right for the past Plurks. And for each and every individual Plurk, you and your friends get to jump into the conversations with a drop-down comment thread. It’s a great way to be able to see everyone’s brainfarts at a glance, as well as follow the conversations surrounding those if you really want to. If you don’t want to, then you can just keep your happy scrolling sideways.

RebelMouseRebelMouse. RebelMouse is a revolutionary social network in that you can turn your RebelMouse page into the aggregator for your major social networks, or you can turn it into a full-on website for one of the domains you own. You can use it as a fun splash page for one of your interests, a sort of resume page where you can showcase your skills and your portfolio. And for brand or social media managers, this is a really great option.

For brand ambassadors, marketing executives, and people who are looking to promote a product, one more social network would be just one more avenue to work with, and it’s a great thing.

For people who just aren’t happy with either Facebook or Twitter, maybe Plurk’s unique format is a better fit. In any case, the Internet is big enough for more social networks, and it’s up to you to make the most of it.

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Cat Hacks WEP-Based Home WiFi Networks

Cat Hacks WEP-Based Home WiFi Networks
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In a recent post, we gave you tips on how to keep yourself secure when using free WiFi. This story we found just last week simply proves this point:

Listgeeks: The WarKitteh Collar: Hacking For Un-Secure WiFi With A Cat Collar by brosixlists

Security researcher Gene Bransfield outfitted his wife’s grandmother’s cat Coco with a specially designed collar that can pick out the un-secure WiFi networks around his neighborhood. Thanks to this experiment that he designed for his own amusement, he found out that of 23 WiFi hotspots around the neighborhood, 33% of these were actually not secure and absolutely hackable.

By “hackable,” we mean:

The users did not even change the default/stock settings, the password information that came with the modem/router out of the box.

The users use an old and un-secure encryption technology, the WEP architecture, which is so much less safe than the WPA or WPA 2 technology.

So, if you don’t want to be a victim of a hacking attempt, or if you really just don’t want your neighbors to mooch on your Internet, make sure that:

Skitzy the WarKittehYou set your WiFi password to something that you can remember, but would be difficult enough to hack. Add numbers, capitalize some letters, and add special characters, too.

Your router is set to use WPA 2 encryption for the WiFi password.

In the future, Gene Bransfield might sell his invention to a company that can mass-produce the WiFi-hacking cat collar. Or more people might have the bright idea to build a collar similar to his. In any case, it’s high time you set your WiFi network to use more secure settings.

Photo Credits: Wired.com

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The Best Smartwatches On The Market

The Best Smartwatches On The Market
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Along with the SmartHome, the next frontier in technology is Wearable Tech.  While Google Glass is still THE wearable tech to beat, smartwatches are also picking up steam. The major mobile companies are on a race to get the sexiest smartwatches out and onto consumers’ wrists, and even watch companies like Timex are starting to throw their innovations into the mix. It’s a great time for technology, and the consumers can only sit, wait for the best innovations, and snap ‘em up as the tech and watch companies churn them out.

Here’s a few of the best smartwatches that the tech and consumer world is awaiting.

Timex Ironman. While the watchmaker might seem a little “late” in coming up with a smartwatch of its own, the market is young enough to accommodate new players, and a veteran watchmaker at that. The Timex Ironman is not only a good, reliable smartwatch to want, it’s also innovative in that it has 3G and has blazed trails of its own: Unlike the smartwatches before it, it does not act like a glorified extension of your smartphone. It is a standalone smartwatch, and it even has its own 3G network connection, along with GPS. Another version even has a heart monitor, but it’s pricier by $100. The Timex Ironman may be more costly than the rest of the smartwatches on the market, as it costs $350, vs. the prevailing market rates of $200 for most smartwatches, but should you get stuck in the woods and need GPS, the Timex Ironman’s technology may come in handy.

Timex Ironman

Samsung Gear. By far, the most popular smartwatch line on the market, thanks to Samsung’s success with smartphones. While tech pundits say that the smartwatch models themselves are very limited in functionality, there are features worth exploring in the different Samsung Gear models:

  • The Samsung Gear 2 has a standalone music player.
  • The Gear 2 Neo can let you answer calls, emails and SMS messages straight from your wrist.
  • The Gear Fit is one of the most gorgeous smartwatches out there, and it has a heart rate monitor.

Samsung Gear Fit

Samsung’s wearable tech’s strength is in its compatibility with Samsung smartphones. The company has secured its sweet spot on the mobile market, and it looks like there’s no moving them.

Pebble. Pebble is another preferred player in the smartwatch wars. While it has gorgeous classic designs in the Pebble Steel line, its #FreshHotFly line is touted to be a great rave watch by Engadget. Its #FreshHotFly line is also among the more affordable smartwatches out there, at only $150 per smartwatch. Whether you’ll go for the Pebble Steel or the #FreshHotFly Pebble smartwatch, this baby gets the job done, if all you need is an extension of your smartphone.

Pebble FreshHotFly Page

Apple iWatch. The Apple iWatch is still a rumor, actually, but it promises to have a ready following, even before its release. TechRadar was quick to point out that while three major mobile players have released their smartwatches on the Android Wear platform, namely, Samsung’s Gear Live, Motorola’s Moto 360, and LG’s G Watch, none of these work with iOS devices. It’s only fitting that Apple moves into the wearable tech category.

There are other smartwatch models that consumers should look forward to. A luxury HP smartwatch, co-designed with Gilt, is in the works, while Microsoft is also reportedly going into the smartwatch arena. While we wait for those, there are actually more smartwatch models worth checking out and snapping up, if you really have to have them now.

The smartwatch market is rather young. We should expect better things to come our way.

 

Photo Credits:Engadget.com, Samsung.com, GetPebble.com, Wikipedia.org, TechLoon.com, BusinessInsider.com via CC Search

 

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Is It The Death Of The QWERTY Phone As We Know It?

Is It The Death Of The QWERTY Phone As We Know It?
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The Blackberry redefined smartphone use, as we knew it. It got so, that the word “Crackberry” was born. The compelling clickety-click of the keys when one types out an email or SMS, the almost-instant way that email gets pushed into your Blackberry’s inbox, all that became the reason why using a Blackberry was addictive.

Even when the iPhone came on the scene, the Blackberry still had a niche for itself. In fact, it was still so popular, that the Typo Keyboard was born. Because the iPhone’s touch screen keyboard just couldn’t cut it.

The Blackberry was such a trendsetter, that Nokia followed suit with its own line of QWERTY smartphones, and almost-smartphones.

Blackberry 4Until the Android came and became THE platform to pose a threat to the iOS. From a market that welcomed form factors from the ubiquitous touch screen slates that we see today, to the QWERTY bar phone, and even to the now-extinct sliding touch screen/QWERTY convertible, and down to the Jurassic, simple bar phone, the Android simply ate up two whole mobile phone niches: The sliding-keyboard category, and now, the QWERTY bar phone seems to be making a slow but steady exit.

Blackberry started losing relevance in 2010 to 2011, just as the Android was starting to make waves. Its stock prices started to fall even as early as 2009, just 2 years past its prime in 2007. It reached its worst moment in 2013, when the prospect of a buyout came up then failed, and massive layoffs were the company’s most important lifesaving strategy.

But that’s done and over with. Yes, including the layoffs. This year, things are reportedly looking up for Blackberry.

But not for the QWERTY. The latest QWERTY phone that Samsung released was in August 2013, and it’s so basic, it doesn’t even have WiFi. Its WiFi-enabled QWERTY bar phone was released back in September 2012 yet, and its only QWERTY-form factor Android, the Samsung Galaxy Chat B5330, was released back in August 2012 yet.

Nokia’s last QWERTY, on the other hand, was the Nokia Asha 210, which was released back in May2013, and wasn’t as popular as its old QWERTY models. As for Motorola, the last bar-QWERTY was released in July 2012. The latest sliding LTE phone it released dates back to August 2012.

For QWERTY addicts, this looks like really sad news. With Blackberry staying afloat with touch screen phones and not the phone form factor that catapulted the company as a major player in the smartphone market, it does seem like a sign that the death of the QWERTY phone is imminent. Well, there’s always the iPhone, which you can pair with a good ole Typo Keyboard, anyday.

 

 

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Smarthomes: The Future Of Tech Is Here, Now

Smarthomes: The Future Of Tech Is Here, Now
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From creating computers we can bring with us everywhere we go in the form of smartphones, to escalating our gadget use into a touch screen universe, technology is hurtling us into the future, the future that Isaac Asimov, George Orwell, Carl Sagan, Aldous Huxley, and the rest of their ilk, have only imagined. We are in that future. And our homes are being transitioned into that future as well.

Apple HomekitEnter the Smart Home, where a whole operating system can control it, where kettles are so smart, they can make hot water in not one, not two, but SEVEN different temperatures, or are linked to your home’s WiFi system.

More on the Smart Home:Zigbee And Others Explained

Enter Smart Lightbulbs, which you can control through your smartphone, or even change color, turn on as you enter a room, and play music and double as an intercom(source: Pocket-Lint).”

And enter the Smart Mirror, which can let you catch up on your soaps or surf the Internet while you’re holing up in your bathroom and taking a break from the maddening crowd.

 More Bathroom Tech:Five Must-Have Bathroom Gadgets

It’s a brave new universe, and technology is there to usher us into it.

 

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You Will be Successful in Freelancing if You do These 5 Things

You Will be Successful in Freelancing if You do These 5 Things
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Freelancers enjoy a more mobile lifestyle, travelling from one spot to another, or even working at the beach. A day can be spent working on your sweatpants, the most convenient or productive hour, and there are also the perks of just doing nothing on a supposedly workday.

Flexibility of work hours and projects you engage yourself into is among the many perks of freelancing. And it offers good money, too—that is if you are up to it. Here are three tips to know if you will succeed in this type of work.

Have your own laptop (and home office).

Since you are not provided the equipment as most regular office workers are, you must invest with a moderately fast laptop—a staple at your home office, or not. Most freelancers do their work at home or at a coffee shop. Heck, some even just enjoy working at the beach, while enjoying the sand and the sea. And a laptop is one of the most convenient inventions that allow them to work remotely, almost anywhere.

You must be organized.

organized successSince you will not have a typical office or an 8-to-5 period, you have to organize yourself. Keep time benchmarks on assigned tasks and use this to meet deadlines of your client. Getting on schedule is one of the challenges and learning opportunities you will face during freelancing.

Be open to learning.

Sometimes, freelance work will entail you to do stuff that you might not like too much. That is good because you can consider it a learning opportunity. Do not just say no to a job just because you do not feel you will like it. Try it first instead of complaining, or making an excuse. Doing something is a better gauge to know if the job is for you. Plus it won’t hurt if you can learn a new skill that maybe useful in future freelance gigs.

Organize your finances.

Without a fixed, steady income filling your bank account, a freelancer can make the most or the least based on the quantity of outputs he or she produces. There may be lean months, depending on the needs for your skill so it is important to keep the third tip in mind.

Network.

Freelancers are among the most connected people I know. Since they have to maintain a solid network of friends who can refer them to jobs and their friends’ friends who will in turn, hopefully, refer them to more jobs, it is in the DNA of a freelancer to network with people from almost any field, especially if they can be potential clients. And this goes both ways. Freelancers help other freelancers get jobs or help each other meet client deadlines, in case there are people who suddenly when missing-in-action. It is a mutually beneficial relationship and it helps you become social.

 

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Security Tips For Those Who Love Free WiFi

Security Tips For Those Who Love Free WiFi
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What’s the one thing that people can’t leave without today?

Internet. More specifically, free WiFi. Think about it. When you are headed to a new place for work or a family event, what’s the one thing you ask about the place? You guesses it. Stable Internet connection to check on work email or to just while away your time while watching cat videos or dog memes.

Luckily, for those in the urban jungle, a free WiFi is just a coffee shop away. The routine: order a cup of macchiato and ask for the password from the lovely barista. And you are online to do some extra work and maybe, your grad school assignments. Sweet!

However, when it comes to getting free stuff, it is almost automatic that we will make the most of it. We should also be aware of that a free Internet connection at a public place like a coffee shop also means bigger online risks. Here’s three things you can do to help minimize these threats.

No WiFi password means higher risks.

security over free wifiIn most cases, areas that offer free WiFi means an invitation for anyone and everyone—including hackers who may be interested in getting your online accounts and passwords—to run their business using the network. This means that whatever you send over that network is in the clear, including your emails and instant messages to corporate colleagues and friends. A place that has a WEP or WAP password is always better than none. But still proceed with caution. If ever you will need to use the Internet on a place with a no WiFi password, avoid logging on your accounts.

Install a good antivirus, even on your mobile phone.

Antivirus programs have become cheaper over the years and that is a good thing, especially if you carry not just your laptop but your iPhone or Android device as well. On average, a person today carries two mobile phones and for most, that is their first PC. After all, it’s very convenient to just browse the Internet for the next movie schedule at the mall than opening up the bulky laptop. And the bad guys, those who want to intercept your online communications also rely on accessing them via an unprotected smartphone hooked up to an unsecured network by an unassuming user.

Safety first.

Keep yourself updated and informed of trends in Internet security. Most vendors of security programs and antivirus software issue updates or news as often as possible, especially when there are new malware or trojan that is wrecking havoc in regions or globally. They also issue reminders such as always doing upgrades to new software patches for your system.

There is no such thing as a free lunch. And that goes for Internet. So keep your bases covered and know your security options. It pays to be tech-savvy, updated, and wise, of course while enjoying your favorite cup.

 

Photos via Pixabay

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How to Stay Productive While Getting Your Online Fix

How to Stay Productive While Getting Your Online Fix
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Spending time online is a part of almost everyone’s life today. With smartphones and laptops getting cheaper to acquire as well as data bundles getting more affordable, people have higher chances of owning a unit or two. The Internet, aside from being used for corporate work and in school has also been a growing source of entertainment for many.

The booming number of websites dedicated to bringing all sorts of content such as cat memes and videos of dogs on skateboards is keeping everyone glued to their laptop screens. Add to that the huge number of films, both old and new, which anyone can watch on-demand.

Sometimes, however, too much time spent on the Internet can kill productivity and steal your precious time away from things that matter more. Here, we collected some tips so you can enjoy your online fix while staying productive.

Set a time for social media.

productivity and FacebookA 30-minute online break spent on social media can both be beneficial and a major source of distraction, depending on how you will use it. Instead of opening up your social media account in school or at work, and risk having a distraction, schedule a time when you will check your social media after you have finished your work. Think of it as a reward after a day’s work and a chance to connect with friends and acquaintances.

Keep opened tabs to a minimum.

The invention of tabbed browsing made it easier to open up links one after the other. Multitasking is still a controversial habit and most say that the brain can really focus on one thing at a time. Reading multiple tabs, however, can reduce your focus  to learn meaningfully from the material you are reading. Multiple tabs opened eats up data packets and can also slow down your connection.

Educate yourself online.

Instead of just watching cat memes, spend time online by learning something new. The Internet offers a wealth of information—in text, photos, e-books and videos. You can even attend classes online for free. Take a topic of interest, learn a new language, or upgrade your skill for work.

Update your software patches.

Keeping your software updated is a good way to ensure that your laptop and smartphone are secured against malware and other

Backup your critical data.

In the event of a PC crashing down or getting stolen, one can prepare ahead by backing up critical data online. A number of free online storage providers provide gigabytes of storage wherein you can upload text documents, photos and even videos. Start small but be consistent about it. This also allows one to work remotely anywhere, without the need to carry heavy equipment.

Keep your resume updated.

Check out tips on how to improve your resume even if you are not applying for a job. You will never know when you might need it so better prepare ahead.

 

 

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Couple Apps To Keep Your Love Alive

Couple Apps To Keep Your Love Alive
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In this day and age, there is absolutely no excuse for you to not be able to communicate with your significant other. If your S.O. is on a business trip, or if you’ve been on a long-distance relationship since forever, then we’re sure you already know the most popular communications and messaging platforms to use, like Facbook. But what if you want something more private? What if you aren’t even on Facebook? What if you don’t want your significant other to be tempted to reconnect with an ex via Facebook? And what if you’d like to be on an exclusive messaging platform so that you both avoid sending your sweet nothings to someone else on your friends’ lists?

This is where “couple apps” come in.

“Couple Apps” are apps or software that can be used exclusively by couples. Most of them offer the basic features that a couple needs, such as a messaging system, lists, a photo gallery, and even an event calendar. Others offer great innovations that may strengthen a couple’s relationship. We’ll give you a run-through of some of the most interesting features we’ve come across, so far.

Couple

CoupleCouple, formerly “Pair,” is the perfect, all-in-one Couple App. It has messaging, a shared calendar, lists, and a photo gallery called “Moments.” Within the messaging, you can send photos, a voice clip, your location, doodles, and “thoughts.” But the most innovative function is the “Thumbkiss.” This is the feature where you can place your thumb on a certain part of the screen, and when your partner also places their thumb on that exact same spot where your thumb is, it’s a virtual kiss that you can send from afar. This is probably what sets Couple apart from the other Couple apps.

2Life

2Life2Life is also a great all-in-one couple app with the same features of a chat function, lists, photos, a journal, and links. 2Life, however, is more consumer-oriented. The “Content” area contains aggregated content, from magazines, to daily recommendations, and date night suggestions. There is a “Shopping” area, where 2Life’s top product picks are displayed. This feature is convenient for the 2Life user, but it gives the app a more commercial feel. However, it is exactly this aggregated content that makes 2Life a must-have couple app. The ideas and the recommendations are very useful and helps give couples ideas on what to do next, or what to add to their home.

Avocado

Avocado

Avocado is definitely similar to all the other apps on this list, but has a few things going for it that still make it a favorite app among couples: The Hug and Kiss features, which allow you to send virtual hugs and kisses from across the miles. The difference between Avocado’s Kiss feature from Couple’s Thumbkiss, is that you don’t need to be both online to send and receive hugs and kisses. Plus, the Kiss is expressed as a kiss icon on a photo of your S.O. So if you are on different time zones, this might be a better idea than Couple’s Thumbkiss. Of course, when you guys could find a time to meet, go ahead and Thumbkiss on Couple!

You&Me

You&MeThis app is fast overtaking Couple and Avocado, and with good reason. They have “Halfies,” which let you combine two halves of each other’s faces, and compose a photo made of that. This app also has a feature which lets you send secret photos, which your partner can unveil by wiping off the virtual “steam.” These two features show why You&Me has been overtaking the other couple apps, then.

With all the unique features that these couple apps have, it’s rather tempting to download everything. But pick two or three with functions that you and your loved one just cannot live without and keep those apps to help you keep your love alive–all through the miles!

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