The last 3 applications to discover

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Starmatic pays tribute to Kodak photos …TrackMyName takes care of your e-reputation … Don’t get lost in Charles de Gaulle airport with indoor geolocation on My Way… Focus on 3 new applications.

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Starmatic pays homage to Kodak photos

Founded in January 2012 by the French Jean-Philippe Evrot and Arnaud de Lummen, the application Starmatic is a mobile social network dedicated to sharing photographs online, paying homage to the very famous Kodak Brownie Starmatic, launched in the 1950s.

As with its competitor Instagram, the user can edit their photos on the application using the 16 filters offered, and then share them with the user community and on social networks (Facebook, Twitter).
The 16 filters are grouped into two categories. the first is free and accessible to all, but users will have to pay 76c $ to access the 8 filters of the second category.
The application also allows you to discover the “influencers” of the moment, the photos taken near you and the trendy photos of the moment.

Starmatic is available for free on ios.

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TrackMyName takes care of your e-reputation

TrackMyName is a mobile application that allows you to monitor your online reputation or that of your brand. Easy to use, TrackMyName sends you a notification as soon as a result concerning you or your business appears on Google, Twitter or Facebook. The notification directs you to the information, which you can share by email or on social networks.
The premium version offers, for its part, to monitor several words or expressions simultaneously, select the sources that interest you, and activate filters to refine your searches.

The application is available until September 30 on iPhone and Android. It will then be available in two versions (free and € 2.99).

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Don’t get lost in Charles de Gaulle airport with My Way

One year after its official launch, Aéroports de Paris is releasing the latest version of My Way. This application, which uses Nao Campus, an indoor geolocation solution developed over the 600,000 m2 of the airport, is a real gold mine for travelers. It allows its users to geolocate themselves throughout Charles de Gaulle airport (terminals, station and car parks) and thus to move around without getting lost by offering them three practical functions:

  • An interactive 3D access map where each name of service, terminal, door or business is indicated on the map.
  • Visual and voice step-by-step guidance in English and French, which indicates the shortest route with the distance to the selected point of arrival.
  • Personalized access for people with reduced mobility.

The application is available for free on Android.

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