You use Uber to get around, Seamless and Munchery to have your food delivered, and Google maps to not get lost. For everything from assembling an IKEA couch to vacuuming, unpacking your new house, and hauling away donations to Goodwill, Task Rabbit (https://www.taskrabbit.com/) lets you book a “tasker” at an hourly rate in 19 cities across the country.
Will Hiring Hot Models Convince Women That Tinder Isn’t Scummy? Dating app Tinder wants you to know that it has its users’ best interests at heart. Eh, we all make mistakes.) To spread the Super Like gospel, Tinder made a promotional video starring my favorite former Victoria’s Secret Angel Erin Heatherton and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Nina Agdal—who have definitely never had to go on Tinder, themselves, seeing as their exes are Leonardo DiCaprio and Adam Levine, respectively.
Is there an app for the Dolce live? Photo: Dolce & Gabbana So much for #NoFilter. First, Christian Louboutin announces an app that tints your photos with their signature scarlet hue. Yesterday, Everlane announced a similar plan , with filters like “minimal” and “modern” created to enhance your (and their) street style shots.
In what shall now be referred to as Tinder’s glory days, those who didn’t like it could simply delete the app from their devices and move on. Now, if you diss Tinder, there’s a decent chance it’ll attempt to take you down publicly on Twitter.
Photo: @webster /Twitter Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Monday, was more than simply an excuse for Drake to show off hislatest online shopping purchase : It also marked a major step in gender equality. In addition to (finally) featuring two female speakers , the tech giant announced that its Health app, first introduced in 2014, will now feature a menstruation-tracking component. According toThe Verge , the app was previously able to watch such health-related fluctuations as weight lost or gained, steps taken, inhaler use, and blood glucose levels—but this is the first time that reproductive health will come into play. Though there’s limited information available on how the new tracker will work—a screengrab was displayed briefly during the conference, as seen in the above photo—it will likely track frequency and flow, and might even have personalized predictive qualities, including information on fertility and cramps.
Have you bought enough kale to survive until Wednesday? Whole Foods is already sold out and everyone’s going bananas. We can’t help you when it comes to food preparedness, but we can help insure that you have a diverse entertainment regimen in place. In between binge-watching old episodes of Friends on Netflix and finally diving into American Horror Story on Hulu, you’re going to need a little brain stimulation to get you through the day.
Guard your dashboard against the digital scourge of useless suds software, and instead download one/several of these 12 brew-centric iPhone & Android apps, each of which actually enhances your beer drinking experience.
Nothing is more important than sleep—especially when you’re not getting enough of it, which can happen easily while traveling. Flat hotel pillows won’t be a problem once you’ve got this item in your suitcase.
Thanks to engineer Henry Kang and his wife Shawna, the answer is, like, right now. Kang and his wife were watching the ’90s classic one night when an idea sparked. Recalling all of the times his wife had asked him for advice about her outfit, he turned to her and said, “You know, we can probably get the computer to do that.” At the time, Kang was finishing his PHD in Mathematics and Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University and he brought the idea to his PHD advisor, who immediately wrote a check to establish the company. The suggested accessories and apparel is culled from the 450-plus stores that have partnered with the company. “Our system examined thousands of fashion blogs and put together a model based on how fashion bloggers put their outfits together,” Kang tells Yahoo Style.
There are plenty of scenarios in the modern world that require seriously advanced math skills, intricate calculations, and complicated formulas—balancing the federal budget, building a skyscraper, or planning an orbital spaceflight, for example. But none of these situations compares with life’s ultimate numeric challenge: figuring out how manypizzas to order for a group. Requesting too much or too little, getting the wrong size pizza, and spending too much money are all land mines waiting to blow up… and destroy the poor soul who volunteered to call in the order. But at long last, this problem may be solved: There’s now an app for that.
A look at a new friend-tracking app that is invaluable when you're traveling with a group of people—or just trying to keep track of people at home.