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  • Meet Gboard – Google Keyboard

    Finally, a useful keyboard! No more app switching—just search and send restaurant info, GIFs, emojis & more, right from your keyboard. Shame for us Android users that it’s only on iOS. Hanging out for it!

  • Google going all out on the wearable tech!

    Want! via Mashable

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    Spritz and Spreed – Speed reading for online and offline

    The reading game is about to change forever. Boston-based software developer Spritz has been in “stealth mode” for three years, tinkering with their program and leasing it out to different ebooks, apps, and other platforms. Now, Spritz is about to go public with Samsung’s new line of wearable technology. Other apps have offered up similar types of rapid serial visual presentation to enhance reading speed and convenience on desktop/tablet and mobile devices in the past. (I use Chrome app “Spreed” on my mac which allows you to speed read the web by selecting text and right clicking to siphon the […]

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    New apps on the block – enabling creativity through technology

    One of the trends that we are keeping a close eye on here at Holler is the increasing emergence of technology allowing consumers to express themselves more creatively. New apps in particular are allowing consumers to be able to express themselves in ways that they haven’t been able to before. It seems this space in consumer culture has been paved by the likes of Instagram, but some of the other emerging apps and digital platforms we have found allowing consumers to beter express themselves are: Over: A super simple app with a lovely slick interface that allows consumers to generate […]

  • Apple Donation Box

    Great idea coming out of Miami Ad School – drag to donate your pre-loved paid apps into the Apple Donation Box and Apple will donate to charity on your behalf. M. x

  • [youtube] Entertain the pain away with Muppets Augmented Reality band aids for kids! (Source:

  • Ad people vs. Normal people: How we use social media

    Ad people vs. Normal people: How we use social media

  • Microsoft Surface Table Fun!

    A few weeks back I went to another fantastic Youngbloods event – this time hosted by Iain and Stephan at Amnesia Razorfish, educating us on the digital consumer. I was absolutely on the edge of my seat the whole time – soaking it all up. Was a great night. Still got some interesting notes to come, but in the meantime, here are a few videos of us having a play with the Windows surface table – VERY cool! Enjoy! M. x [youtube] [youtube] [youtube]