Tag Archives: iOS

Capture Open House Leads with Open Home Pro

How do you capture leads at your open house? Capturing open house leads is crucial for the all-important follow-up process required to nurture and develop contacts. If you’re not incentivizing folks to share a little information with you on their tour of a listing, you’re missing out on huge opportunities down the line. (There’s nothing [...]

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Practice Self-Care with Aloe Bud

All day long our phones nudge us, notify us, and otherwise interrupt us. Sometimes it’s because we want them to. Other times, it’s simply a distraction. Given the amount of mindspace we cede to our mobile devices, it’s surprising we haven’t devised more ways to make them remind us to be more mindful, more compassionate, [...]

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Drop Your First Podcast with Anchor.fm

Podcasts are hot. From the long-form historical narratives to the two-minute daily spots, people love podcasts on the road, at the gym, or even while they’re cleaning up around the house. Why aren’t you capitalizing on this hot form of online media? Odds are you’ve found the technical curve somewhat daunting. And it’s true– professional [...]

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Dress Up Your Feed with Phonto

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but sometimes you need to add a few more, especially when you’re adding photos to your social media feeds. Phonto is a simple app which lets you quickly add text to your photos, right from your smartphone. What makes Phonto so great is that its design tools [...]

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Keep Your Student Focused with Pocket Points

Ask any teacher of the smartphone age the #1 problem they see in class, and it’s likely to be student distraction. No longer content to stare out the window, the bored or inattentive student can quickly turn to the addictive little entertainment machine in their pocket. One app is looking to gamify student attention by [...]

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Upgrade Your Note Taking with Notability

With the advent of the iPad Pro and improvement of the Apple Pencil, treating a tablet like, well, a real notebook is finally a reality. Whereas a standard yellow legal pad will still fit the bill, there’s something extremely appealing about the cloud-enabled bells and whistles approach to capturing and storing your thoughts. But note [...]

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How to Add Panoramic Shots to Instagram

Your iPhone has the ability to create awesome panoramic photographs. These are great for capturing scenic property views or vibrant neighborhood scenes. Unfortunately, they look terrible when posted on Instagram. So how do you share those million-dollar sweeps on the most popular photo-sharing social platform? Try Instapan! From the app’s website: “Instapan is an easy-to-use iPhone [...]

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Gamify Savings with Long Game

The pathway to home ownership is often obstructed by commonplace financial pitfalls. A lack of down payment. Poor credit. Excessive debt. To remedy this, innovative tech companies are searching for ways to make fiscal responsibility fun and engaging. One such company is Long Game. In a country like America, where 40% of the population has zero [...]

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Apps to Help You Reclaim Your Attention

Can you remember the last time you were in complete control of your own attention? Do you find your phone in your hand during any fleeting moment of boredom?Essayist Craig Mod recently asked himself this question in an article for Backchannel titled “How I Got My Attention Back.” The piece is well worth your attention. [...]

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Mindful Stress Management with Pacifica

Instead of whipping out that phone to flick through your Facebook feed for the 100th time today, why not use the supercomputer in your pocket to help you manage your stress and anxiety? Now available for Android and iOS platforms, Pacifica offers you an intuitive, engaging way to do just that. According to the website: “Pacifica offers daily [...]

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