Neighborhood Community Apps
By October 16, 2019 0 Comments Read More →

Neighborhood Community Apps

From finding local garage sales and freebies to helping maintain a safe community, it can pay to stay connected to those who live in your neighborhood. As PC Mike Wendland reports, a growing number of apps can help provide that connection like never before. Nextdoor is an app that serves as a kind of private […]

Apps to watch streaming TV and movies

Apps to watch streaming TV and movies

With so many great TV shows and movies available in so many different services like Netflix, Hulu, and more, keeping track of it all can be a big job — especially if you’re looking for your favorites. As PC Mike Wendland reports, there are some great apps that can help you sort it all out. […]

Apps that teach you to play the piano

Apps that teach you to play the piano

Many people want to learn piano judging by the popularity of educational apps designed to act as a music tutor in your pocket. PC Mike Wendland tells you about three of the best in his latest report. Hello Piano is among the easiest ways to learn playing keys like a pro. By using the app […]

Apps to learn a language
By September 18, 2019 0 Comments Read More →

Apps to learn a language

Whether preparing for a leisure travel, business meetings, or just for fun, many people want to learn a new language. Plenty of expensive programs available, but using one of these apps from PC Mike Wendland can save you money and time. Duolingo features short lessons on more than 30 languages that take about five minutes, and […]

Shared financial apps for couples
By September 11, 2019 0 Comments Read More →

Shared financial apps for couples

Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen the emergence of built-for-two apps up to help couples collaborate on their finances — with or without getting a joint bank account. PC Mike Wendland has the scoop on three of them in his weekly report. Honeyfi makes it easy to manage money as a couple. Together […]