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Does the public’s uncontrollable appetite for free smart phone apps also makes you vulnerable? Right now there are approximately 4,000,000 apps (that’s million) available combined in the top four app stores. Are these apps being checked before being released to the public? Are we vulnerable as user by downloading free apps on our smart phones? Could we be compromising our security and financial information by using these apps? In this episode you will learn the truth about using free apps, how to stay safe, and what to look for when deciding “to get an app for that”. So stay tune and turn on this week’s Working The Web To Win and learn “how to safely wet your appetite” for smart phone apps.
Do you have tons of educational apps for your kids? Amy from Thrive Homeschooling shares simple ways to keep your apps organized AND make sure your child actually uses them!
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After reading about the iPhone Gun Case, Nathan talks the love of guns. This case is for sure going to get someone shot. What is it? What is the fascination with guns and old dead white men telling people it's okay to have them? Guns are talked.
In this episode, Nancy and Allison will discuss what types of apps sales people and trainers are using to be more productive.
A quick look at Android and iPhone apps that make your smart phone look dumb. Why are these ridiculous apps so buzz worthy? Let the Chimi To Go crew enlighten you with dumb applications you may want to avoid. Remember to like us on facebook: www.facebook.com/chimichangatalk
When you think of AARP, do mobile apps come to mind? AARP is known to provide discounts to is members, provide branded insurance products, and lobby on behalf of Social Security and Medicare. Recently, this same non-profit has released two mobile apps - targeting the Caregiver community.
A caregiver is a term for anyone who helps or provides care to another individual, often a parent or spouse, in handling their daily activities. The caregiver can be paid, such as a nurse, but is more often an unpaid relative. And the person receiving care is often suffering an impairment, and/or dealing with health issues.
These two apps released by AARP (for iOS and Android) provide features designed to help in providing care. For instance, the apps help manage medications, keep a schedule of doctor's appointments and other medical needs, and create and maintain notes you want to share with the doctor. But will this work? Does this actually help someone take care of a loved one? Are these features unique? Are they really the features that a Caregiver needs?
On May 28th, at a special 11am EST/8am Pacific time, we will be joined by Trisha San Diego of AARP, who is the driving force behind the creation and release of these Apps, and we'll ask her these questions.
We'll talk about these apps and ask if there is a sign of things to come from AARP?
Tune in Live at 11am EST, Thursday, May 28th!
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The boys discuss what apps they would take with them to a desert island.
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A fun discussion with Deep Focus CEO Ian Schafer as we discuss where the Mets season is going, why Deep Focus is one of the best agencies around, what its like to live in NJ, and his new Ballpark App.