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Festival Ready App | By Victorinox

Victorinox has created the ultimate Festival loverīs app. Festival Ready is a great companion for the Festival season that is fast approaching, it has some useful and innovative tools to help with all your festival related needs. It helps you find your friends, locate your previously marked campsite, plus live weather reports, packing checklist, festival camping tips, ticker messaging, sound flare and torch. via

Get it for iPhone  |  Get it for Android




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Taylor Stitch
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HOVER CAMERA

Hover Camera is a small self-flying drone packed with a 13MP camera sensor, 4K video capabilities, and has the ability to follow you around as you walk or run indoors and out. The super lightweight drone has four propellers housed in carbon fiber cages, measures about 7 inches square and 1 inch thick, weighs about 8 ounces (means it won’t have to be registered with the FAA), and when not in use, it folds to roughly the size of a VHS video cassette. Stand-out feature...
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HI-CALL | BLUETOOTH TALKING GLOVE

Yes, you read it right. Hi-Call is a crazy new gadget by Italian company Hi-Fun...a Bluetooth glove that allows you to talk through your hand! The left glove features an integrated speaker sewed into the thumb and a microphone sewed into the pinkie, so you can speak to your phone via Bluetooth. Not your typical hands free device but seems like fun, it works up to 39 feet away and is capable of 20 hours continuous talk time. source...
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AIR CASSETTE APP

Go back to the 80īs with this app for iPhone. AirCassette is an audio player that has an interface just like a cassette tape. The song information is on the tape label, while the tape spins in a realistic way. The application also allows you to save your favorite mixtapes. After you create some mixtapes, as they were called in the 80s, you can then post them on Facebook or send them via e-mail. You can also choose a number of different models of the nostalgic casset...
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