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  • What These Weird and Creative Instagram Accounts Can Teach You
    If your Instagram feed is the typical feed of friends, family, and some artists or internet celebrities, you are barely scraping the surface of what’s out there. Among the social media giants, Instagram is the platform least reviled. Perhaps this is because it demands very little of the user: you can scroll, maybe pause to […] The post What These Weird and Creative Instagram Accounts Can Teach You...
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  • The Best Wireless Chargers for Your Android
    With the announcement of the iPhone 8 and X, Apple once again proved they can be five years behind but still present as revolutionary. This year it was wireless chargers.  Apple’s AirPower-ed charge pad is rumored to cost in the ballpark of $60 when it launches in early 2018. The appeal of wireless charging pads […] The post The Best Wireless Chargers for Your Android appeared first on Fueled.
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  • It’s Oh So Quiet: Why Users Are Hitting That Mute Button
    “it’s one thing to put notifications about other people in the notifications feed, and it’s a totally different (and outrageous) thing to put in a push notification.” Jordan Crook recently penned a screed in TechCrunch against Twitter’s annexing of the “notifications” feed to include information about the activities of people you follow. Nathan liked this […] The post It’s Oh So Quiet: Why Users A...
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  • I’m Your Worst Nightmare
    Bytes aims to offer you a small laugh break in your busy day in front of the computer inventing the next big thing. You’re doing user testing and I’m here to disrupt your sanity. Oh yeah. I’m the person your user-profiles deck warned you about. You’ve engineered an incredible product that breaks all the rules and reimagines […] The post I’m Your Worst Nightmare appeared first on Fueled.
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  • Throwback to When Airbnb Was AirBed&Breakfast
    It’s easy to look back at the inception of household names and see an air of inevitability. But the landscape during the early development phase for many companies was vastly different to the way it is now. Disrupters by definition change the market they enter. One thing they have in common is that they got […] The post Throwback to When Airbnb Was AirBed&Breakfast appeared first on Fueled.
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  • Keep Your Phablet, I Want an iPhone SE
    “Omg, is that a 3G?” Every time my phone comes out of my purse or pocket, it’s met with titters. My friends want to hold it, to marvel at how tiny it is. I own an iPhone SE Smartphone. You know, the iPhone 5-sized device that Apple quietly released in March of last year, nearly […] The post Keep Your Phablet, I Want an iPhone SE appeared first on Fueled.
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  • When Your Phone Is Your New Boss
    When smartphones were first introduced to our daily routines millions of years ago (2007), the world as we knew it vanished. This new technology allowed us to take super grainy photos and watch YouTube videos of cats from anywhere in the world, provided there was wifi or (insanely laggy) 3G internet. At this time, a […] The post When Your Phone Is Your New Boss appeared first on Fueled.
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  • Do You Need a .Com Domain?
    You want to stake out a piece of turf on the internet, but you’re not sure whether to register yourapp.com or yourapp.net. What’s the difference between the hundreds of different top-level domains? This article delves into the hows and whys of the .com convention, and gives you some tasty alternatives to the regular ol’ URLs. […] The post Do You Need a .Com Domain? appeared first on Fueled.
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  • You Can’t Wear White After Labor Day? These 7 Fashion-Tech Founders Say Otherwise
    This Monday is Labor Day, and while half of our friends are donning sparkly costumes in the desert for Burning Man, the Fueled editorial team is relaxing just steps from the beach in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. As we tuck into oysters and sip our vodka cranberry cocktails, taking great care not to dirty our white pants and […] The post You Can’t Wear White After Labor Day? These 7 Fashion-Tech Founde...
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  • How to Get a Tech Job at Fueled: A Peek Inside Our People Operations
    Why? Because we are nothing without you. Because we’ve been candidates, too. Because we care. Because we want the best for you and Fueled. Dear Fueled Candidate, We know you’re weary of submitting your resumes to an online abyss and we understand how ridiculous it can be to get a job in tech, especially in […] The post How to Get a Tech Job at Fueled: A Peek Inside Our People Operations appeared f...
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  • Retro Tech: Apps That Do Less and Look More Like Yesterday
    Users don’t want the flashy-shiny-ultra-engineered thing, it seems. There were hints of it in the boom of faux wood laminate phone cases. The arrival of vinyl copies of Blonde on Blonde in suburban Barnes and Nobles. Users were making an aesthetic choice that asked technology to ditch the slick futurism. The trend: offering users limited […] The post Retro Tech: Apps That Do Less and Look More Lik...
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  • How to Get Feedback on Your Mobile App
    There are a few things that separate a good app from a “how did I ever live without this” app.  Central to this idea is the ability to integrate customer feedback to make your app continuously evolve.  Not only can user feedback improve problem areas with an unbiased perspective, but it can also help get […] The post How to Get Feedback on Your Mobile App appeared first on Fueled.
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  • How to Make the Sun Rise With Your iPhone
    My bedroom gets very little sunlight, which makes it hard to wake up. So I looked for a solution I could program myself. The result was an iPhone-controlled sunrise simulation that plays out on a multicolored LED strip every morning. It lets me wake up without an alarm. Whether you live in a garden-level apartment, want […] The post How to Make the Sun Rise With Your iPhone appeared first on Fuele...
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  • Conquering ReactiveSwift: Introducing You to Functional Programming
    “Reactive programming has a steep learning curve.” I kept hearing this while I was learning functional reactive programming (FRP). Does it ever! Coming to FRP’s asynchronous programming from a background of imperative programming, I struggled to grasp various concepts. At its most basic, the benefit of FRP is that it allows you to model time. […] The post Conquering ReactiveSwift: Introducing You ...
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  • 10 Interview Questions to Nail if You Want to Work at a Startup
       As Fueled has grown from its infancy into a worldwide company, we have come across more and more top talent. Our People Ops team regularly interviews candidates who can answer the standard interview questions in their sleep. While these candidates’ majors, universities, and goals reliably give a basic background information, it’s the deeper insight that makes […] The post 10 Interview Questions...
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  • Accessibility Is Becoming More Crucial in Mobile App Development
    Does Your App Need to Be Accessible? Your app may be perfect, but is it perfect for everyone? Accessibility is one of the most important factors to consider when developing the new #1 on iOS and Android. You want as many people to be able to use and enjoy your app as possible to maximize […] The post Accessibility Is Becoming More Crucial in Mobile App Development appeared first on Fueled.
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  • How To Nail App Store Optimization With Metadata
    You’ve finally done it: you’ve finished building out the gorgeous Android or iPhone app that you know can light up the lives of oh so many smartphones and tablets. There’s no way this baby isn’t going to get tons of installs — not after all the work you put into it. But the work isn’t over […] The post How To Nail App Store Optimization With Metadata appeared first on Fueled.
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  • The Top 5 Challenges During App Development and How You Can Overcome Them
    As a project manager, it’s a balancing act to support constant change on a project while also setting realistic expectations. Here’s what I will often hear when I attempt to moderate a discussion in the face of changes: “Rachel, this is really simple to build. Anyway, we’re still figuring things out and the client knows, […] The post The Top 5 Challenges During App Development and How You Can Over...
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  • How to Launch an App the Right Way
    No matter how brilliant the concept, no matter how skilled the programmers, or savvy the marketing team, there’s always something that can trip up those who least expect it when it. Especially when it becomes time to launch an app. For that reason, launching an app doesn’t start with submitting applications, it doesn’t start with […] The post How to Launch an App the Right Way appeared first on Fu...
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  • 10 Ways to Pay with Your Smartphone
    Cash may have once been king, but its reign pales in comparison to the rising cashless and cardless empire. Thanks to mobile wallet services, we can make purchases in-store, pay back generous pals, and even transfer money to foreign countries using our touchscreens. E-commerce apps are big business. Swipe, the e-commerce app designed by a […] The post 10 Ways to Pay with Your Smartphone appeared f...
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  • The 10 Best Apps for Couples
    What happens after you swipe right? There’s a world of apps for couples. If you think the quest for ~connectivity~ ends at “I do,” you’re missing out. All of us could use a bit of extra fire in our relationships, or even just a bit more organization, and there are mobile apps to help. If you’ve […] The post The 10 Best Apps for Couples appeared first on Fueled.
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  • How Much Money Can You Earn With an App?
    How Much Money Can an App Earn? There’s a lot of money in apps. Billions of dollars. But most of this money is earned by certain kinds of apps, and many apps make no money at all. The top grossing apps in the world may not be the ones you suspect. This article will explain […] The post How Much Money Can You Earn With an App? appeared first on Fueled.
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  • The 6 Most Hipster Apps
    There isn’t an avocado toast app yet, but hipster apps abound. After all, the Venn diagram of a) people who invent apps, and b) pejorative hipsters is an almost perfect overlap. Silicon Valley is filled with people who wake up under a canopy of Tibetan prayer flags, drink a kale smoothies, and listen to Father […] The post The 6 Most Hipster Apps appeared first on Fueled.
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  • The Top 10 Best Prank Apps
    Let’s face it- whoopee cushions pop and no one has ever believed their refrigerator could get up and run. It’s 2017 and your pranks need to catch up with the times. As always, your phone is here to help you out. Here are the best prank apps to help you pull off some great stunts. […] The post The Top 10 Best Prank Apps appeared first on Fueled.
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  • The Myth of the Perfect MVP App
    When you’ve got a great idea for an app, you want it to debut with glitter bombs, unicorn dust, and rainbows. You imagine the way it will, overnight, revolutionize the user experience with end-to-end, fully integrated functionality the way hoverboards disrupted walking. You just need to get that thing built — the perfect MVP app. Then […] The post The Myth of the Perfect MVP App appeared first on ...
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  • Living With Your Smart Home
    If you’ve been feeling a bit smug about your ability to order toilet paper through your new Alexa, know that Bill Gates’ $123 million smart home has a system set up to make sure his favorite maple tree is automatically watered, should it get a little dry. You both live in a smart house, his is […] The post Living With Your Smart Home appeared first on Fueled.
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  • Did Fyre Festival Kill Instagram Tiling?
    Is an Instagram feed that looks ~cool~ the kind of extravagance only the young and privileged can pull off? As with all things aspirational — ugly pants, shadow roots, and magic dirt — the Instagram grid that prioritizes a cool wall over the experience of your followers snuck on me. Several brands were on it before I twigged. You’ll know […] The post Did Fyre Festival Kill Instagram Tiling? appear...
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  • The Love/Hate Relationship of Preppers and Tech
    The Engineer Who Runs the ‘Netflix’ of Prepper Sites Dennis Diaz had just been airlifted home from Greece when he started Survival Ready, a prepper blog with 18,000 subscribers. On holiday, his four-wheeler collided with a truck on a remote island, catapulting his skull into the windshield and snapping his femur. In the regional hospital, […] The post The Love/Hate Relationship of Preppers and Tec...

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