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Netflix is testing cheaper mobile-only price plan


Netflix, the home of bingeable TV is testing a reduced price mobile-only subscription as it looks to tap into new markets and increase it’s number of subscribers. It’s understandable that some users never watch Netflix on a TV (many don’t even own a TV), instead choosing to get their It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia fix … Read moreNetflix is testing cheaper mobile-only price plan

Spotify is Now Available For Your Apple Watch

Spotify Apple Watch

They’ve taken their time but Spotify is now available for your Apple Watch, giving you the ability to access your favourite tunes and podcasts from your wrist.  Ideal for those that prefer Spotify to Apple Music. With the new app, you can access all your Spotify music and other audio content, plus connect to your … Read moreSpotify is Now Available For Your Apple Watch

Donating via Mobile: Social Good Apps

The past month has been filled with heartbreaking stories about Syrian refugees. You may have read posts from your friends or family on Facebook asking for donations and wanted to help, but didn’t know how to transfer the money safely. Or maybe you are offline. This is where apps – rather than websites – have an advantage. Here’s how you can let your generosity flow without having to access a laptop – just use an app. Several bank apps offer options to donate instantly to reputed charities too, like Barclay’s PingIt.


This smart app uses image recognition to recognise which charity you’ve just clicked a pic of, searching through its database of thousands of charities. You can then select the amount (minimum is £2) and use PayPal or your credit card to transfer the money. The SnapDonate app also works offline, placing your transfer on hold until you are back on mobile data/ WiFi.




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EBay for Charity

eBay has tied up with charities such

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