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Twitter’s Vine made No.1 Spot On Top Free iPhone Apps

9 Apr

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Twitter's Vine in Top Free iPhone Apps

Just Six Months After Being Acquired, Twitter’s Vine Hits #1 Free Spot On Apple’s App Store

Justin Ishley‘s insight:

add your insigTwitter acquired the mini-video-taking app Vine last October before it ever launched, sending everyone into a frenzy about the company getting into the video space.

In late January, Twitter finally launched the app to much applause. Since then, it’s gone from being temporarily removed from the featured section due to an issue over adult content to being used in interesting ways by brands and celebrities.

Today, it all paid off, as it hit the top of the charts for free apps in the U.S., according to co-founder and Creative Director Rus Yusupov:

Hey guys, remember that time we made the No. 1 most popular app in the world? @ckb @dhof @bobby @vineapp…
— Rus Yusupov (@rus) April 8, 2013

Vine: bigger than Batman.…
— Bobby McKenna (@bobby) April 8, 2013ht…

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HelloSign: Sign documents in Gmail Without leaving it!

1 Feb

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HelloSign is an e-signature app that enables Gmail users to open and sign any kind of attached document with legally binding signatures without ever leaving Gmail.

Justin Ishley‘s insight:

Sign documents in Gmail

Fill out and sign documents without ever leaving Gmail.

Never print, sign, and scan again.

It’s free!

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Moves App Journals Physical Activity Without a Wristband

25 Jan

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Moves App to record Physical Activity

Moves passively tracks iPhone users’ daily lives into a diary with a nifty interface.

Justin Ishley‘s insight:

Moves launches today as a free iPhone App available worldwide to help people track their physical activity and keep a daily journal of it.

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