Great news for comic-book fans: Now you can get unlimited comics on your iDevice. Marvel Unlimited, previously a Web-only service, just debuted for iOS. (It’s coming soon for Android.) Less-great news: The app needs work.
Available for Android, with an incarnation also optimized for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, the app visualizes the myriad of networks that constitute that thing known as the Internet. It shows Internet Service Providers (ISPs), Internet exchange points, and organizations that help route traffic across the online sphere, such as universities.
Dattch, the lesbian dating app, has moved up a level to provide a solid beta for invite-only users.
The app lets gay women know about other ladies looking for dates in their area. At the moment it has a focus on London but Exton has big plans for international expansion once things are up and running to suit the audience in the UK.
Google’s Chrome for Android team is experimenting with a new data compression proxy feature to speed up browsing similar to the methods used by Opera Turbo and Amazon Silk. The feature is currently optional but could one day be flipped on by default if Google deems it ready, significantly helping …
Vimeo has brought aboard a new app (and new people) that can transform your videos into animations.
Different than Twitter’s Vine, Echograph is designed to let people easily create GIFs with details that are animated (the lights here would flash, for example).
In San Francisco, there are several great places to visit, including the Asian Art Museum. Yesterday, I was invited to check out its latest exhibition, China’s Terracotta Warriors, and test out its new iOS application that it hopes visitors will find enhances their experience.
Seesaw, the decision making service, has an updated iPhone app that features several new tools to help discover decisions people are mulling over. Perhaps the two that are the most notable include an enhanced Explore view giving you featured users and timelines, and a search tool that lets you look …
The tool, which just hit the Mac App Store, is free and available for download worldwide. The software enables users to access and search documents wherever they reside, whether they’re stored in the cloud (on Dropbox, Google Drive and whatnot) or on their Mac.