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6 Types of Apps I Want to See in 2015

2014 brought about a lot of great changes: Android Lollipop, iOS 8, OS X Yosemite, and the public beta of Windows 10. Hopefully we will see each system used to its full advantage in 2015. With the many new features available to developers within those systems, we should say many creative apps pop up. Here is what I hope to see in 2015.

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GasBuddy Finds You the Closest, Cheapest Gas Station

It’s no question that gas is expensive and everyone wants to find the cheapest place to fill their tank. You could keep a mental list of the lowest prices, ask your friends, or drive around to find the gas station with the best bargain. Or you could save time and use GasBuddy.

 

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View Recent Android App Updates with Changelog Droid

Hi all! I’m back, married and moved into a new place. Now, I’m ready to write a long overdue app review. While I was busy with those exciting experiences, I was thankful for one specific feature of the Google Play store: I didn’t have to manually update my apps. Instead, I just set it to automatic updates and my phone maintained itself. The only downside of this is that I don’t always know what bug fixes or new features my apps have received without clicking on each individual app’s update in the Play Store. One way of remedying this is with Changelog Droid.

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HabitRPG: A Task Manager that Helps You Level Up in Life

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“A habit building program which treats your life-like a Role Playing Game. Level up as you succeed, lose HP as you fail, earn money to buy weapons and armor.”

Do you love playing RPGs? Are you a bit of a procrastinator in real life but great at leveling up your characters? HabitRPG seeks to merge these two worlds. Funded by Kickstarter, it is an open-source website that allows you to create a character and level up by doing your daily tasks. It has come a long way since its release and is ready to help you conquer your daily goals.

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