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5 Mobile Payment Apps That Will Help You Go Cashless

Shopping will be extra convenient from now on.
There’s this ambitious goal that the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has for the country. By 2020, it aims to make 20 percent of all transactions in the Philippines electronic, which means without using cash. While it remains to be seen if
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10 Best Photo Apps for Capturing Low-Light Instagram Photos

Make your shots IG-worthy even when it's dark!
Available on: iOSPrice: U.S. $5.99 (roughly P315)Who says your iPhone’s camera isn’t cut out for low-light photos? ProCamera. features a Lowlight Mode that will help you capture your #OOTD when you're out partying. This function works great for photographing dark scenes and
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Instagram's New Feature Now Lets You Shop Directly from the App

IG shopping just got so much easier!
In the advent of Instagram stores popping up left and right, the photo sharing app just launched a new feature that will complete your IG shopping experience. Dubbed the "checkout" feature, you may now make your purchases directly on Instagram instead of
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Would You Believe That These Stunning Photos Were Taken Using an iPhone?

Apple selected 10 amateur mobile photographers for the Shot on iPhone Challenge 2019.
Sometimes it’s not just about the equipment, it’s also about the skill.Ten iPhone users proved this can be applied to photography too, as Apple Inc. announced the winners of the Shot on iPhone Challenge 2019.The American multinational tech company launched the competition
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Here's How You Can Unlock Facebook Messenger's Dark Mode

All you need is this secret emoji!
Calling all night owls! Facebook Messenger just took a page from Twitter's book and has finally made Dark Mode (Night Mode on Twitter) available after months of trial. There's a catch, though: The option isn't exactly out in the open just yet,
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How Do You Get the Swipe-Up Feature on Instagram?

Unfortunately, it's not for everybody.
"Swipe up to get 15% off at...""Swipe up to watch my new YouTube video!"We bet you've heard variantions of these statements from all your favorite celebs and micro influencers. In case you didn't know, Instagram's not-so-new Swipe-Up feature lets people or brands
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5 Smartphones for Shooting High-Quality Travel Photos

Plus other gadgets to check out!
If you're all for new things and new beginnings in 2019, then one way to get going is by upgrading old tech, especially if you know they’ve run their course. Not only will doing so make you more efficient overall, but it'll
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Instagram Now Lets You Choose Who Your "Close Friends" Are

This new feature will finally allow you to select who can view your IG stories.
You might want to read this before creating a #finstagram account. Because apparently, there might be no need for you to do so anymore—Instagram's latest update finally allows users to share Stories that are, simply put, not for everyone.The new feature, called
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Instagram Just Made It Easier for You to Follow New People

No need to memorize long complicated usernames anymore!
Instagram is making it easier for you to follow your Tinder date friends with its latest "nametag" feature. Much like Snapchat, you now have a personalized code on Instagram that your new friends can scan for a quick and easy follow, and
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Review: This Iridescent Smartphone Takes Great Photos During Nighttime

Its AI-powered camera even recognizes what it’s pointed at.
The Honor 10 is the world's first phone with an artificial intelligence (AI) processor. According to its website, this "enables deep learning based on user behavior, ensuring that your smartphone truly understands you." Creepy? Maybe, but you have to admit it's pretty
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Here's How People Can Tell If You're Wealthy or Not

A new study says owning an iPhone automatically makes people think you're wealthy.
Expensive clothing and accessories are no longer the best indicators of wealth, says a new study. A U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research study shows that people are more likely to look at the phone you're using instead of the bag you're toting.
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We Just Discovered the 10 Most Popular Emojis in the World

Did your favorite make the cut?
Whatever your favorite emoji is, forget it. Turns out, at the end of the day, we all tend to use the same ones to express our digital emotions, anyway. If you don't believe us, maybe a bit of data will convince you!According