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  1. Breaking The Web - The Internet's Scoreboard | iOS & Android

Break The Web is a real-time, A.I.-powered scoreboard of what's trending online. It tracks all the conversations the internet is having, ranks them by virality, shows different viewpoints for each one, and synthesizes them into one-of-a-kind A.I. summary cards that give you the essentials of every story instantly. It is the fastest, easiest, most entertaining, most informative, and most futuristic way to catch up on what matters, delivered in an app that will knock your socks off with how effortless it is to use.

2.                Volv – News in 9 seconds | iOS & Android

The anti-social media app. Our super-app curates interesting content across cyberspace and delivers it to you in 9-second articles using AI. Welcome to the world of Volv. A digital detox that still keeps you updated on what’s happening without getting sucked into the social media vortex. It makes you feel intellectually stimulated while relaxing on an oasis of calm in this chaotic world. Breaking news from Huffington Post, CNN, The NY Times, The Washington Post, Vogue, People Magazine, Fox News, Smart News, Politico, Feedly, Vanity Fair and more 

3.                ShutEye - Snore & Sleeptalk Recorder | iOS & Android

A huge selection of sleep sounds, to ensure your sleep environment is as comfortable as possible. Sleep stories to help lull you into a deep sleep. Sleep tracker so that you can start to understand your sleep cycles from a scientific perspective. Smart alarm; to make sure waking up is as gentle as possible. Snore detector informs you of how much you snore during the night

4.                Underdog Fantasy Sports | iOS & Android

The rise of Best Ball has been meteoric, especially over the last two years. Leading this charge is Underdog Fantasy. Best Ball: No lineup setting week-to-week; your optimal lineup is automatically started. Other good Fantasy Football apps are ESPN and Yahoo.

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