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Want to mortgage a house? Halifax's Home Finder helps you do that and much more

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Halifax has introduced a new 'Home Finder' mobile app that uses augmented reality technology to enable users to view and pull up data on houses for sale as they pass them on the street. The Lloyds Banking Group subsidiary has teamed up with findaproperty.com to offer searches on houses for sale across the UK ...

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How Pocket's play with just words makes it more engaging

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Pocket, formerly known as Read It Later, recently acquired by Mozilla, is an app that lets you save articles from your desktop browser like Chrome or Firefox and you can these saved articles on your mobile device using their app Pocket. It has today become much more than that, it has become a community in ...

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How The Guardian uses long-press effectively on its mobile app

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Have you noticed the nine hundred different share buttons on every article that news apps and websites have? Am i the only one who is put off by these icons? I am sure not. The Guardian is tackling this issue in the mobile apps very appropriately. Their solution is so simple and ingenious, it makes ...

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Expressing opinions on article’s through emoticon.

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Online articles have been around for some time now. viewership is high and is increasing by the day. This opens the challenge of making an article engrossing, increasing reader involvement ultimately leading to improving the reading experience as a whole. This is all the more important amidst the increasing competition amongst content website. Storiesfeed.net ...

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Use of blogs for online polls by Hackernoon

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Use of quick online polls is an interesting feedback technique which is prevalent among digital audiences. However more often than not, the placement of polls section is what can drastically reduce the number of submissions. Came across on Hackernoon, an inline poll element as part of a long form content . Interesting way to get attention ...

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