There’s an app for just about everything, including one for chatting with historical figures from the Bible. Called ‘Text with Jesus’ by Catloaf Software LLC, this strange AI-powered app is available on both the iPhone and iPad, but you’ll need to shell out for in-app purchases to gain access to more figures like Adam and Eve.
Many already know about Duolingo, the language lesson service that teaches over 100 languages including English, Spanish, French, Dutch, German and more. The app has many interactive exercises, quizzes and stories to make learning languages more engaging as well as fun, but what if this service existed back in the 1980s?
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Facebook started in Mark Zuckerberg’s dormitory at Harvard University in 2004, and previously, only college students could register for the social media network. Well, the company appears to be going back to its roots with a new “Campus” feature, a new space exclusive for college students. Some of the leaked screenshots from Jane Wong include a sign-up page inviting users to add their year of their graduation, subjects of their degree as well as their dormitory.
Stanford Medicine partnered with Apple to release a new app, called the First Responder COVID-19 Guide, which helps first responders screen their symptoms and, if needed, schedule a testing. By using the screening portion of the app, first responders are able to complete a questionnaire about their symptoms, exposure to the coronavirus and medical history.
Facebook’s NPE Team has just released Tuned, an iPhone app designed for couples. It’s touted as a “private space”, complete with a scrapbook-like feed, where partners can share notes, photos, cards, voice clips, Spotify songs, and even your mood if you need some motivation. How does it work? Once downloaded, you simply add a partner through their phone number.