Yummly

Rather than wading through a torrent of recipes to find that one golden nugget, Yummly (Android, iOS) takes into account your dietary restrictions and tastes in order to help you discover recipes that you might find interesting. The app shows you a select...

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Urbanspoon

Allowing you to compare restaurant choices by rating, distance, cuisines and popularity levels, Urbanspoon is a great help, especially when you’re in a new city. You can browse menus and photos of the food on offer, as well as look at online restaurant ...

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TiVo

If you already have an iPad and TiVo Premiere, you must download the new TiVo app for the iPad. It’s free, and if you’re on your LAN, it’s pretty well featured.

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Shazam

So you’re in a bar with a few good friends reminiscing about the good ol’ days when a song plays in the background. Not any song, that song. Unfortunately,that song’s artist and lyrics reside in the dusty, cobweb-covered parts of your br...

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Coursera

Lined with more than 200 free courses covering more than 20 subject areas (music, science, etc.), Coursera allows you to engage in a variety of courses from a slew of top-tier universities and institutions around the globe. Enroll in classes, stream and d...

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Khan Academy

Education can be expensive. Fortunately, Khan academy provides more than 4,000, free downloadable videos, so you can brush up on everything from K-12 math and earth science to art history and computer science. You can also track your progress and unlock b...

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Lumosity

Designed by neuroscientists, Lumosity hones your memory and attention to detail through an eclectic variety of mind games. It’s meant to improve your core cognitive abilities, whether you’re matching tiles after briefly viewing them or swiping in the ...

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