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Apps, Websites, Fun! 176 – I’m Targeting An iPad

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Lil Bub, Grumpy Cat, Target Trade-in Program, Black Friday, Amazon, Walmart online, iPad models, Twitter, Facebook, Cyber Monday, Sign Language, Ematic Genesis tablet, and a whole lot more!

You’re A Kid in a Digital World℠

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Apps, Websites, Fun! 176 – I’m Targeting An iPad

Kid Friday 176Click the above image from show 176 for all the fun!

Lil Bub, Grumpy Cat, Target Trade-in Program, Black Friday, Amazon, Walmart online, iPad models, Twitter, Facebook, Cyber Monday, Sign Language, Ematic Genesis tablet, and a whole lot more!

You’re A Kid in a Digital World℠

Thanks for making Kid Friday the number one technology show for kids!

 

 

Apps, Websites, Fun! 172 – Are We In France?

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Zoe has special guests.  We talk mobile phones, favorite apps, Quickoffice App, SeatGuru.com, new Facebook feature, the worlds largest chicken, fake restaurants in China, Netflix 1080HD for everyone, and a whole lot more.

You’re A Kid in a Digital World℠

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Websites, Apps, Gadgets…Fun! Hosted by 15-year-old Hannah, 12-year-old Zoe, Dave, and Winston the poodle. Coverage of new websites, apps, gadgets. computers, mobile phones, iPads, iPhones, Android, tablets, and more. They talk tech, but always end up somewhere else. Listener email from around the world, and the infamous “PoochCam”.  Thanks for making Kid Friday the number one technology show for kids.

Note: This show was not recorded in France.

Apps, Websites, Fun! 167 – Who Needs A Watch

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Squaready app, Tugg.com, One direction movie, Smartwatches, Sony smart watch 2, Samsung smart watch, Hot smart watch , YouTube , iPhone 5S, PoochCam, and a whole lots more.

You’re a Kid In A Digital World℠

We talk technology but always end up somewhere else…

Kid Friday™ is hosted by 15 year-old Hannah, 12 year-old Zoe, Dave, and Winston the pooch.

Thanks for making us the NUMBER ONE TECHNOLOGY show for kids!

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Kid Friday 154: I use my iPad in the Bathroom ALOT

Kid Friday Show 154

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We talk technology but always end up somewhere else…
Kid Friday ™ is hosted by 12 year-old Zoe, 15 year-old Hannah, and Dave

On this show, #154:
PoochCam, Listener email, Social media addiction, How much YouTube pay for views, Increase in TSV while in the bathroom, The best way to make money on an App, Shout ’em App Maker, Latest iPhone Rumors, and a whole lot more.

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Kid Friday 154: I use my iPad in the Bathroom ALOT

Kid Friday Show 154

You’re a Kid In A Digital World ℠

The NUMBER ONE TECHNOLOGY show for kids!
We talk technology but always end up somewhere else…
Kid Friday ™ is hosted by 12 year-old Zoe, 15 year-old Hannah, and Dave

On this show, #154:
PoochCam, Listener email, Social media addiction, How much YouTube pay for views, Increase in TSV while in the bathroom, The best way to make money on an App, Shout ’em App Maker, Latest iPhone Rumors, and a whole lot more.

Subscribe to Kid Friday!

iTunes Podcast: http://goo.gl/huabx
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Facebook Groups – See Who’s Viewed YOUR Post

Facebook groups are spaces where you can share things with the people who care about them most. You can use groups to connect with important sets of people like your family, soccer team or book club.

Starting today when you visit a group, you can view who’s seen each post. This way you can stay updated on the group’s activity.

For example, in your soccer group you can post the new practice time and then see who got the update.

via Update to Facebook Groups – Facebook Newsroom.

Facebook Introduces Their Own App Store

Facebook Introduces Their Own App Store

Facebook is rolling out its own app store in the coming weeks to give developers and users another way to promote and discover apps from multiple mobile platforms.

acebook is rolling out its own app store in the coming weeks to give developers and users another way to promote and discover apps from multiple mobile platforms.

 

The Facebook App Center, will let users search for Facebook apps, regardless of where they run — on the Web, iOS, or Android. The only stipulation is that the app has to have some tie to Facebook (details here).

 

Users will be able to browse the selection of apps by category and ratings, and just like with Apple’s AppStore, the App Center will recommend certain apps and spotlight the most popular apps.

 

The real innovation of the App Center though is its social component. Rather than just have a single list of top or recommended apps seen by all users, Facebook will recommend apps to each user based on what their friends use.

 

Developers will also be able to charge for apps — in-app purchases were previously available, but developers didn’t have a way to charge for downloading an app through Facebook. Now they do.

 

The App Center is currently available in beta and will be rolled out to all users in the coming weeks.

 

 

via Facebook Is Launching Its Own App Store – Business Insider.

Facebook Introduces Their Own App Store

Facebook Introduces Their Own App Store

Facebook is rolling out its own app store in the coming weeks to give developers and users another way to promote and discover apps from multiple mobile platforms.

acebook is rolling out its own app store in the coming weeks to give developers and users another way to promote and discover apps from multiple mobile platforms.

 

The Facebook App Center, will let users search for Facebook apps, regardless of where they run — on the Web, iOS, or Android. The only stipulation is that the app has to have some tie to Facebook (details here).

 

Users will be able to browse the selection of apps by category and ratings, and just like with Apple’s AppStore, the App Center will recommend certain apps and spotlight the most popular apps.

 

The real innovation of the App Center though is its social component. Rather than just have a single list of top or recommended apps seen by all users, Facebook will recommend apps to each user based on what their friends use.

 

Developers will also be able to charge for apps — in-app purchases were previously available, but developers didn’t have a way to charge for downloading an app through Facebook. Now they do.

 

The App Center is currently available in beta and will be rolled out to all users in the coming weeks.

 

 

via Facebook Is Launching Its Own App Store – Business Insider.

Facebook Introduces Their Own App Store

Facebook Introduces Their Own App Store

Facebook is rolling out its own app store in the coming weeks to give developers and users another way to promote and discover apps from multiple mobile platforms.

acebook is rolling out its own app store in the coming weeks to give developers and users another way to promote and discover apps from multiple mobile platforms.

 

The Facebook App Center, will let users search for Facebook apps, regardless of where they run — on the Web, iOS, or Android. The only stipulation is that the app has to have some tie to Facebook (details here).

 

Users will be able to browse the selection of apps by category and ratings, and just like with Apple’s AppStore, the App Center will recommend certain apps and spotlight the most popular apps.

 

The real innovation of the App Center though is its social component. Rather than just have a single list of top or recommended apps seen by all users, Facebook will recommend apps to each user based on what their friends use.

 

Developers will also be able to charge for apps — in-app purchases were previously available, but developers didn’t have a way to charge for downloading an app through Facebook. Now they do.

 

The App Center is currently available in beta and will be rolled out to all users in the coming weeks.

 

 

via Facebook Is Launching Its Own App Store – Business Insider.