Beme is a video sharing app; you can follow others and invite your friends. Pretty familiar, right? When I first learned about Beme, I was a little apprehensive because it honestly sounded like SnapChat. Beme is great because it’s constantly keeping their goal in mind - authentic sharing. While filters and all are pretty cool, it kind of misses the point of raw video sharing, and that’s where Beme comes to save the day.
Not many of us can afford fancy DSLR cameras that facilitate upping our Instagram game. Not to mention, with the way cell phone cameras are advancing, we really don’t need to. Chances are if you have a smartphone, you already have the equipment to take a great picture.
Here are my top 5 photo editing apps for mobile devices.
I’m an English Major.
But, I’ll let you in on a secret: grammar has never been my strong suit.
However, after working with UAB Digital Media, I discovered a life-hack for anyone who lacks confidence in their grammar abilities or doesn’t want to bother their English major friends with multiple proofreading requests: Grammarly.com.
If you’ve ever tried learning a language on your own but found yourself wanting to vomit on those verb conjugations or burn your vocabulary sheets, I highly recommend Duolingo. Remember Rosetta Stone? Yeah, this app is so much better.
App of the Month is a new series we are starting here on Knowledge Jam and we're starting out with February's App: Alto's Adventure!
Whether it’s driving to work or walking to class, many people want an accessible, user-friendly app that plays great music to help pass the time. Free music apps save us the time spent waiting for music to download, yet still gives users the freedom to listen to whatever they want, whenever they want. With so many options, I bet you’re wondering how to choose the just the right one.
I am not a graphic designer. I am not an illustrator and I am not a printmaker. This makes life a tad bit difficult for me because what I am is an event planner who is constantly in need of a flyer within a moment’s notice. While my computer is equipped with all the Adobe software I’d need to make something decent, my life just isn’t equipped with the time to do so.
Imagine a world where you could be browsing Knowledge Jam, open up this article to read, and see the words pop up right in front of your eyes, the text following your gaze as you walk to work. Now imagine that that world already exists. With the rise in popularity of 'wearable tech' we are truly getting close to that future.