Rdio, a groundbreaking digital music service, reinvented the way people discover, play, and share music last August. Most recently, the company announced its highly personalized streaming radio stations are now free on mobile to all iOS and Android users. Any...
Some of us (OK, maybe one or two) on the Notable.ca team remain loyal BlackBerry users. The iPhone, while shiny, new, app-friendly and cool, didn’t allow us the freedom to type emails and articles so readily on the go like we used to/need to as writers. We needed the keyboard. So we switched back. Here’s why we didn’t switch back to BBM, though, and why we will resist the jumping back on the bandwagon
In the age of LinkedIn, Facebook and even Twitter, many of us are opting for increasingly effective electronic means of contact. Card2Contact is an Android application that’s designed to cleverly bridge both physical and digital worlds by seamlessly integrating physical business cards into an eminently more useful digital scenario
I will sneak off and do it when nobody is watching. I will leave a party early or decline the invitation altogether so that I can do it. I will get up at 5am and do it. Sometimes I lie and say that I didn’t do it… but I did. My family and friends tell me that I have to stop, that it's a bad thing for me to do daily, and if I continue, I will be in terrible pain and unable to function. I’m not talking about smoking or drinking or drugs. I'm talking about… wait for it… running
Neven Zeremski launched Dubb as a way to eliminate the tedious step of asking one friend for another friend’s contact information. The app, which will officially launch in beta October 1, allows users to request the contact information of peers in their extended network. We caught up with Zeremski to find out more about Dubb’s long-term plan, as well as his response to privacy concerns and most accomplished milestone to date
Calling all tech-loving foodies! There’s a new app designed to simplify your chaotic young professional (YP) lives when you travel to cities like New York, San Francisco and Paris. The brand new Way Way app is here to help.
We all know that one person in our group of friends; the one who knows the right bottle of wine to order with dinner, the best patio for a client meeting, or the poorly lit dive bar that makes the best Old Fashioned in town. They're the ones who always know the next big hotspot, and they found it before it was cool. And, as Notable readers living the young professional lifestyle, that person is probably you. Enter Vouchr, a new social gifting app for iPhone
Reebok announced yesterday the launch of two innovative digital tools with ReebokONE and the Reebok Fitness app, an online community that connects fitness professionals around the world in a firm mission to make people fit for life
Waiting longer than usual in line at the grocery store, while mildly irritating, is nothing worth getting too worked up over. Rush hour waits, amateur cashiers and people stockpiling food as if there was an impending world disaster are all to be expected. Waiting for that person ahead to finish couponing, though, well that’s just inexcusable
Alexander Perri is the Chief Executive Officer at FoodShootr Ltd, a social foodie app for the iPhone available to download for free in the App Store. He's also a professional photographer and loves to cook; find out his advice for other young professionals in today's YEDaily