Apps Quotes

Apps Quotes by Coco Rocha, Joan Jett, John Battelle, Pavel Durov, Lizz Winstead, Lisa Gansky and many others.

If you‘re posting pictures to platforms like Instagram or Twitter, be selective about the one you post. If I’m capturing a sunset, I’ll take at least 10 pictures. I’ll then filter them using other apps, enhance them. Then, I really pick the best image of perhaps 30.
If you are having trouble making a chord, get a book, that is how I learned. There are guitar tuning apps so you can tune your guitar, and just learn how to play along with your records. And it’s great to be able to play along with another musician. That is like trial by fire.
When you use Facebook, you’re always logged in, and your identity and relationships – to others, to content, to apps and services – are assets Facebook can use to customize your experience (oh, and your ads).
To put it simply, it doesn’t matter how many other messaging apps are out there if all of them suck.
And home pregnancy tests? They are so last century. Nowadays, I think there’s an app that calls your iPhone to warn you that if you finish that third cosmo, you may wind up with a wombmate.
The mobile Web, location-based services, inexpensive and pervasive mobile apps, and new sorts of opportunities to access cars, bikes, tools, talent, and more from our neighbors and colleagues will propel peer-to-peer access services into market.
The younger generation is surrounded by the Internet, apps, and video games. But somehow, my books make them read.
Knowledge comes from our senses, extend our senses and we extend our knowledge. Let’s stop building apps for mobile phones and start building apps for our bodies.
He [Death] pulled a pure-black iPad from thin air. Death tapped the screen a few times and all Frank could think was: Please don’t let there be an app for reading souls
Local transit agencies have developed apps to let you know when the next bus is coming, but there are so many more applications that can be done.
There isn’t a way to depict the gay community without at least mentioning the existence of online dating apps like Grindr.
The openness on which Apple had built its original empire had been completely reversed – but the spirit was still there among users. Hackers vied to ‘jailbreak’ the iPhone, running new apps on it despite Apple’s desire to keep it closed.
I like the app where you can make your own memes. I make memes all the time and send them to my friends.
It’s a bit harder being on TV. I would be open to finding dates through Facebook or Instagram though, does that count? I do love flicking through profiles on my friend‘s dating apps though!
As an investor, what we’re not looking for is ‘oh this is a cool app,’ it’s ‘is this something that can become a big business?’ You need to find those that can become real businesses.
I love the web, but man, I look at my browser, and there are, like, twenty tabs up there, all jostling for space and time, all framed by a mosaic of other apps, other work, other entertainment… so even when I really am paying attention to something on the web, there’s this peripheral haze.
If I’m walking along the street, ideas come. Ideas about things that I’m interested in. I’ve jotted them down in the past on bits of paper and then, more recently, on apps in my phone. I’ve always written poetry since I was a kid.
Google+ was, to my mind, all about creating a first-party data connection between Google most important services – search, mail, YouTube, Android/Play, and apps.
Net neutrality is the principle forbidding huge telecommunications companies from treating users, websites, or apps differentlysay, by letting some work better than others over their pipes.
I don’t understand what apps are on my phone. Why do they ask for passwords? Why do they all ask for different passwords? It’s so frustrating that I end up just reading a book every time I try to go online.
You don’t need to waste money on a fancy program or app to do a basic budget. I’ve been using a simple Excel spreadsheet since 2005 to track my monthly budget.
If you need the approval of the platform vendor to ship an app, then it isn’t a platform.
Despite probably needing one, I don’t have a therapist. Why spend the money on my mental health when I can do far more productive things such as purchase iPhone apps and pay off parking tickets?
We want to reinvent the phone. What’s the killer app? The killer app is making calls! It’s amazing how hard it is to make calls on most phones. We want to let you use contacts like never beforesync your iPhone with your PC or mac.
As Android, iPhone and other mobile platforms grow, we are moving away from the page-based Internet. The new Internet is app centric and often message-centric.
At AOL, we thought the killer app was people
You can shop the clothing line from the app and everybody who subscribes gets 15% off everything. It’s a closer look into my life, what I’m like, what I do. I like to make people laugh, so a lot of the content is me being a doofus, which is who I am.
In 2007, everything changed with the iPhone. As crippled as that first model now seems, with its lack of apps and glacial cellular connectivity, the iPhone was a practical, useful, self-contained computer a child could understand. It was an information appliance.
Human language is the new UI layer, bots are like new applications, and digital assistants are meta apps. Intelligence is infused into all of your interactions.
I’ve been a stargazer for quite a long time, I’ve got the apps, I know where a lot of things are in the sky and the apps actually can help just to point out what you are looking at because then you do get to see, ‘Oh that’s Saturn, that’s Mars.’
All business leaders need to be technologists, as every industry now has a Netflix or an Uber on the horizon, threatening to upend business as usual. Apps are driving this disruption, and every enterprise needs to become an app company.
As a condition for entry into the Chinese market, Apple had to agree to the Chinese government‘s censorship criteria in vetting the content of all iPhone apps available for download on devices sold in mainland China.
Good companies do whatever it takes to make sure apps are great and don’t hesitate to add features.
There may be 300,000 apps for the iPhone and iPad, but the only app you really need is the browser. You don’t need an app for the web … You don’t need to go through some kind of SDK … You can use your web tools … And you can publish your apps to the BlackBerry without writing any native code.
Whether through TV, film, online, app, or web, we will find ways to tell our stories with authenticity, and engage with our viewers beyond traditional means.
Contrastingly to the new model of distribution, we shot Hand of God using the traditional format of film. I myself use very few apps and tend not to engage in social media. I do use Instagram under my production company’s name, but that’s it.
Your writers write these pieces about meaningless startups, meaningless apps and meaningless companies.
We’re very focused on making News Feed really good, making our photos experience really good, making messaging really good, and creating great location apps. That’s the nature of a platform business of our scale. Most companies that are relevant to us will have some overlaps in some competitive way.
Our strategy is very horizontal. We’re trying to build a social layer for everything. Basically we’re trying to make it so that every app everywhere can be social whether it’s on the web, or mobile, or other devices.
I personally can get quite depressed in January looking at the glut of DVDs and new diet and exercise books and apps, and the Instagram posts that come out.
The kids can’t watch ‘The Wire,’ but there’s great educational stuff for them to watch on TV if it is TV time. There are great apps on the iPad that are interactive and educational.
On Apple’s special store for the Chinese market, apps related to the Dalai Lama are censored, as is one containing information about the exiled Uighur dissident leader Rebiya Kadeer. Apple similarly censors apps for iPads sold in China.
I was actually thinking about starting like an app where you can watch videos of me carrying Daniel [Radcliffe in Swiss Army Man].
I deleted all the apps. You can actually turn off the App Store. And I gave the passcode to my wife so I didn’t have the passcode to reinstall the App Store. And I deleted all social media apps and e-commerce apps.
I’m happy to report that the first Chromebook designed from the ground up to run Android apps out of the box has arrived, albeit a little past the end of 2016.
The Internet has become a breeding ground for the paranormal and being able to share evidence. I mean, there are ghost-hunting apps for your iPhone.
Golf Media is basically my brain in one place. It does just about everything except cure asthma. If you find an app that cures asthma, definitely let me know.
They don’t want you to wear the Saint Lauren fur, they don’t want you to break App Store, they don’t want you to be the biggest boss in the game. So what we go’n do is we go’n win more.
More ubiquitous mobile technologies have led to a significant shift from desktops and laptops to the use of mobile tablets. Australian schools are increasingly using apps as they become available to support education.
So evidently music was a killer app and is a killer app for computer and the Internet; it just took the tech industry a long time to hear that message.
I roll my eyes at the grandstanding blowhards who have ‘fixedthemselves, but I keep up with the gizmos and apps that track people’s various rhythms. I’m no lifelogger or body-hacker, but I’m curious, and I want to be in-tune enough to know what’s really the matter so I can level up and be at my most awesome.
If you are into synthesis it’s a must have app. I’ve been jamming all night!
Jordan Rudess
Now with our Software Developer Kit (SDK), any developer can embed Emotion AI into the apps, games, devices, and digital experiences they are building, so that these can sense human emotion and adapt. This approach is rapidly driving more ubiquitous use of Emotion AI across a number of different industries.
What’s really going on is, on your iPhone, you have 200 apps, and they’re all collecting a little data on you. Twitter knows a certain thing, Foursquare knows something else, my Fitbit app knows something else, my Waze app knows something else.
My day starts with Radio 4’s Today live or ‘listen againwherever I am in the world, thanks to digital radio – I even have an app on my iPhone that receives it.
I used to edit my pictures and make my lips look even bigger in the editing apps.
For me, my phone is a one-stop shop; I do everything on my phone – email, browsing, listening to music, reading, navigation and using smart apps. Maps, I use that a lot. I think that’s the best app ever.
20-some years ago, I’d have a big old radio with a tape deck, and I’d hit record and try to get something down on the tape, but nowadays, I can use my handy little smart-phone; I sing into the app for voice memo.
I’m on all the apps: Tinder, Grindr, Bumble, Scruff. I have no shame about that.
Sometimes, cameras can’t capture a scene like your brain does. But the use of apps can help get it just a little closer to reality.
There are hundreds of millions of people on dating apps every day, but apparently, no such apps cater solely to sports fans.
One of my favorite apps is VSCO, which is for editing photos. I think they have great filters. And then I read the New York Times.
The U.S. can use its control over the dollar and the global financial system to shut down any bank or bank account in the world. It can use its control over Apple and Google to remove apps from the App Store and Google Play.
There are huge pain points experienced by parents. It’s hard to find good child care options in one place. It’s hard figure out things to do with your kids on the weekends or after school. It’s hard to find iPad apps for your kids that you are confident are helping them learn vs. just being entertained.
Podcasts, and the way they are distributed, are extremely simple technologically. Indeed, ‘RSS,’ the feed protocol that connects podcast apps to the audio files that they need, stands for ‘Really Simple Syndication.’
I don’t own a radio. I listen to everything through apps or on my iPhone. And then I download the shows I like. Shows like ‘Fresh Air’, ‘Radiolab’, ‘Snap Judgement‘, all those shows.
To be clear, I’m not opposed to apps; I just want them to be geared to my lifestyle. I don’t need a virtual NASCAR racing app, but I’d certainly appreciate one that stopped my husband from plowing into the lawnmower every time he pulls into the garage.
If you buy the Chromebook Plus and intend to use it mainly as a Chromebook, I expect you’ll have a good experience. But if you plan to rely heavily on Android apps, you’re basically buying into the start of a journey, replete with odd-looking presentations of familiar apps, bugs and crashes.
Every time I use an app, part of my brain dies! We’ll get to the point where we go to bed and wonder: ‘Did I have a thought today?’ You’ll have to go to your ‘Thought’ app!
I’m deleting all my editing apps I used to slim myself down and airbrush pics.
I think overseas viewers assume that Black Mirror is written by the Unabomber, essentially – a LuddВ­ite, technology-hating, angry old man waving his fist at the App Store.
If you think about YouTube, YouTube is a ‘searching the world’s videos’ problem, right? They all have to be there, but how do you find them? What I guess I’m trying to say is that search is still the killer app.
Apps, email, and social are the three things Google does not control.
The only people who don’t love apps are pundits who don’t understand that apps aren’t really in opposition to the open Internet. They’re just superior clients to open Internet services.
Friends always ask me what the best Indian restaurant in L.A. is. I’m like, ‘I don’t know, dude. I have an app on my iPhone for that.’
The user, not the ISP, should be the kingmaker of apps.
If we do have any iPhone users out there, I have incredibly great news for you. I’ve developed after about six months and finally perfected and it’ll be out on the market soon, an app that you’ll all want. It allows you to make a phone call.
I’m not really on dating apps. I used to be when I was younger. I’d rather meet people in real life.
People are building apps that are doing super-crazy things, and there’s a lot of talk about modeling and microtargeting. Facebook can predict when people are going to break up, and Target is able to predict if a woman is pregnant before she knows just based on the type of lotion she bought.
What I hope is, over time, users should not have to read a training manual. They should say, ‘I totally get the Workday iPad app, because it runs the way my consumer apps run.’
I wake up early enough every morning to have some alone time. I have an app called Simply Being that’s made for meditation. I do that for 5-10 minutes in the morning. Somehow, it helps make the chaos of life have some sort of definition. Exercise, too, keeps me able to deal with everything and not get too stressed.
I think dating apps are keeping us apart.
CIOs have to be able to lay out a clear path in concert with the business leader – I used to make the business guy responsible for the apps and force them to answer the question of why they feel they need non-standard apps when they know that’s how the costs skyrocket.
What I love about the ‘State of Syn’ concept is that, while it’s exploring science fiction, it’s also trying to explore the future of film and television and the Internet, just in the nature of how they put it together and promote it and add apps and all that kind of stuff.
Even Apple, notorious for keeping a tight grip on its products, allows fierce competitors like Google, Amazon, Spotify, and Microsoft to offer their apps on its phones and tablets.
You’re going to pull out your phone and try to use whatever is the most appropriate app on your iPhone or your Android device. Yelp saw that very early on. And when we launched the mobile product, we saw immediate growth, and we were stunned.
I’m not enthusiastic about educational games or apps generally.
For decades, the key question has been ‘how valuable is the brand?’ The key question moving forward is ‘how valuable are your apps?’
While Google has given away pretty much everything it has to offer – from search and maps to email and apps – this has always been part of its greater revenue model: the pennies per placement it gets for seeding the entire Google universe of search and services with ever more targeted advertising.
I’m trying to build a Disney. Not only as a creator, but also be able to create universes where then that content can go into toys, and live on multimedia platforms, whether it’s apps, books, movies, cartoons. It’s like building a whole world, which takes a lot of money.
I’ve tried a lot of different apps to manage Twitter on my phone (I use Hootsuite on my laptop), but I think the official Twitter app is really good.
I only watch National Geographic Channel, and also I have the app on my phone. Im into astronomy and love to learn about new facts.
Accept that the moment you buy your latest iPad, iPhone, tablet, app or game it will be promptly followed by a vastly improved and sleeker looking version.
People used to want to be filmmakers and animators; now they want to make apps.
Classic cable TV may have hit its peak, but it’s still a huge force, and the streaming apps of many cable networks still require you to authenticate that you’re a paying cable customer every time you want to use a new such TV app.
I think it’s just so important that parents actually really study the apps on the phones and figure out what’s going on.
Just invest in apps. Just download apps and then pay yourself the dividend.
Right now, nearly all the apps on Facebook take a week to build. No more.
On mobile, what are the core apps? It’s basically messaging, mapping and review data.
You get a lot of apps and companies that are trying to sell you on something that’s totally useless or potentially unhealthy. Only occasionally does something really worthwhile really come out.
The largest issue with search is that we learned about it when the web was young, when the universe was ‘complete‘ – the entire web was searchable! Now our digital lives are utterly fractured – in apps, in walled gardens like Facebook, across clunky interfaces like those in automobiles or Comcast cable boxes.
I started Stripe with my brother John Collison while we were in school together. We first started off building iPhone apps together and using the money we made from them to pay our tuition.
I like to discover new things and I’m always testing new apps.
I like to download as many apps as I can – especially the ones with games and gadgets.
The Small Businesscommon app’ would function much like the one that students complete to apply to multiple colleges and universities simultaneously. It would ensure that small businesses across the country can concentrate on growing and creating jobs – not wasting time, filling out mountains of repetitive paperwork.
It’s a lot easier to think of an app and write it than it is to convince people to want it.
I don’t feel like a different person. My motivation has always been to do technology apps and companies, not making money. Just because the money’s come, nothing‘s changed.
When it comes to the mobile web, the technology industry seems to be split between two camps – native apps and HTML5 web-based apps.
This notion of universal Windows apps is a very powerful concept because we’re now aggregating the 300-plus-million-socket run rate of Windows into one opportunity for our developers.
I used to be mad on the games, but I had to ban myself. I used to spend three dollars on games, [but] it adds up, so now I’m on the social side of things like Twitter and Instagram. I love my weather apps. I guess because all the Brits are obsessed with weather.
Mobile has created a totally different dynamic for discovering apps. You’re sitting in a bar, and your friend is taking some pictures, and then you ask what app they’re using.
You’ll get this kind of psychological relationship to the imagery of the music, but that idea is translated to iPhone apps. It’s translated to the small, you know, kind of icons on your computer. You name it.
Dating apps are brilliant for expanding your actual social network, which leads you to meet other people.
I’ve tried many different types of alarm apps, but the tried and true is the iPhone alarm. I like it because you can label your alarms. For my personal amusement, I’ve labeled them 3 a.m. for ‘ridiculously early,’ 3:30 is just ‘early,’ and 4 is ‘slacker.’
Though the S8, like all premium Samsung phones, runs Android with the basic Google suite of apps, Samsung keeps trying to duplicate Android functions with its own software. It wants to be a software platform like its rival Apple, but it uses someone else’s operating system and core apps. Awkward.
We live in a world of social media, dating apps, online profiles where everyone is portraying themselves in 2D, trying to look cool. Portray yourself in three dimensions.
Everybody is designing magic iPhone apps that do things that are really, really beautiful, but a really important thing about magic is that the gimmick has to be ugly.
I really do see the sharks evolving their perspective. In the early days of the show, if you brough them an app, they would’ve turned their noses up. But now they know how indispensable those apps are, even to their own traditional businesses.
Especially with iPhones, iPads and apps, there’s just so much detachment that you’re just flicking your fingers on a smooth surface to get the weather or whatever.
I love the cowbell. I think it’s awesome. My family got the cowbell app on their iPhones. It’s a classic part of ski racing.
Photoshop should be a free-to-play game. There’s not really a difference between very traditional apps and how they enhance productivity and wandering around a forest and killing bears.
I brought out the most powerful tool I had in my arsenal. “If you resist,” I said into Reyes’s ear, “I’ll be forced to Taser you.” He looked at what I had in my hand. “That’s a phone.” “I have an app. You’ll probably experience nerve damage. Slight memory loss.
I use a lot of utility apps on my iPad, and I have four kinds of ‘Angry Birds‘ games! I also use GarageBand to create demos.
Our goal is to not just be a photo-sharing app, but to be the way you share your life when you’re on the go.
Apps or media who make money on advertising are never satisfied with ‘enough’ of your attention. They will always fight for more.
I’ve done some meditation stuff like apps on my phone, but sometimes it’s just about breathing deeply taking some deep breaths and slowing my mind down and focusing and something simple that can really help quiet my mind.
Some of the apps I use are Google Maps, Amazon, Zomato and Facetime. I also use media player so that I can watch my batting videos and some movies.
I don’t use many apps. I use naps.
With the rise of software patents, engineers coding new stuff – whether within a large software company or as kids writing smartphone apps – are exposed to a claim that somewhere a prior patent is being infringed.
The Every Day Calendar is 0% Internet connected, so no apps, WiFi, bluetooth or computer programs are needed to set it up. Just plug it into the wall and you’re ready to go.
Our initial idea with Stripe was that for people like us – those building apps and websites – it was incredibly difficult to take payments. So with an open mind, and maybe a useful lack of knowledge about the industry, we started building a payment product.
Compared to running apps on a smartphone or, more aptly, an iPad, the app experience on the Samsung Chromebook Plus is distinctly subpar.
It’s definitely hard to have relationships. When your life moves so quickly, people generally want replies on messenger apps and sometimes I don’t get back to people for two or three weeks.
We see these wonderful apps that really have changed our world in many good ways such as Uber or Airbnb, but at the same time, they’re drastically changing the workforce. And they’re changing them so much that the industries themselves are not able to keep up.
VisiCalc and WordPerfect were the killer apps of their day, but Google and Facebook make them look small in comparison.
I think everybody understands mobility because everybody’s got a cellphone and lots of apps and seen how they’ve moved off of PCs and onto mobility.
I think parents need to make sure they have parental controls and not have their credit card linked up to in-app purchases so their kids can just spend whenever they want to. They need to ask permission.
Every year, more and more friends, apps, media or news stories want our attention. We need a better way to organize all the kinds of choices we have.
When you and I go to work, and we use a computer to work and find that our work apps are completely onerous and the apps we use at home are quite easy, we wonder, why can’t it be simpler, easier, quicker, and less expensive?
There are, in fact, apps you can use to measure how many times you check your phone, and I shudder to think how many times I check my phone. I’m sure it would be probably in the hundreds of times that I check over the course of the day.
ArcGIS Online is the complete hosted GIS in the cloud, supporting mapping and apps. Additions to this component have included smart mapping, formal metadata, better administration, and high-performance geocoding.
I used to use Facetune to get rid of blemishes, and slimming apps because I was scared of being called fat, but no more.
There are neural networks that can build whole apps from scratch – so why are we teaching high school kids to code?
The founders of Snapchat last year turned down a $3 billion offer from Facebook and a $4 billion offer from Google. It was a surprising show of integrity from the guys who invented the app that lets you look at pictures of boobs for five seconds.
There needs to be an app that edits what I say versus what I want to say.
Do I really want to do a mobile game that’s one of 300,000, where discoverability is everything? You really have to have a little more sizzle on the steak. I would rather be one of 100 apps for Google Glass than one of 300,000 for iOS and Android.
One of the really fascinating areas is marketplaces that take advantage of mobile devices. Ridesharing is the obvious example, but that’s just the start of it, of selling goods and services with lightweight mobile apps.
We’ve all been inundated with so many ingenious, must-have, time-saving apps and tools that we really don’t have a second left to spare.
We struggle with this every single day – will third-party apps have room in the future of ecosystems?
I don’t really have any apps!
A white noise app wouldn’t work for me – I would be too distracted by the non-white noise noises I could still hear, even more distracted than i would otherwise be. So I have to just accept the regular noises.
Courses can, and should, incorporate the excitement and fun of programming games, apps or even real digital devices.
Microsoft makes numerous apps for both Android and iOS, as do Google, Amazon and Facebook. You can run iTunes and iCloud on Windows and Office on the Mac.
The killer app that got the world ready for appliances was the light bulb. So the light bulb is what wired the world. And they weren’t thinking about appliances when they wired the world. They were really thinking about – they weren’t putting electricity into the home. They were putting lighting into the home.
Sometimes I’ll use four or five different photo apps on one photo just to get it where I want it to be.
Simperium seems like a genuine utility for our own apps, and for other people as a service. And Simplenote, as a product, I love, and it’s just darn handy.
Apple is developing a service called Home Kit that will allow people to operate gadgets like garage openers and thermostats through one app. In related news, please don’t tell my parents about this. I can’t be explaining this stuff every week.
With social media, with Instagram and selfies and all these apps that are trying to make you look perfect… it’s hard for girls to grow up nowadays with all that stuff.
I don’t look at social media, I have some people who look after it so whenever I want to post anything I send it to those guys so I don’t have to look at the apps.
Users are trying to discover apps; we are trying to improve the app discovery process, and developers are trying to reach users. If you step back, it’s a problem we solved with search and ads in search.
I use an app called ChoreMonster. The kids earn points for brushing teeth or picking up the dog poop. It’s genius.
In the age of social media and dating apps, so many people are able to hide behind their Instagram page or their Raya page or Facebook. And it’s like, ‘Let’s set something up! I want to meet face-to-face.’ And ‘Take Me’ was about, ‘Are you going to take me out? Do I have to be the first person to make the move?’
Stay open to as many new tools and think of as many ways you can to utilize them to your advantage. This not only includes equipment and hardware but also software or apps like Sun Seeker and social media outlets like Instagram and Twitter to build community.
Vincent Laforet
There were dozens of dating apps when Bumble came on the scene, but they weren’t able to attract critical mass in a young professional group.
The Shakespeare Pro App is simply terrific and filled with loads of wonderful information!
If you have a billion people running a phone in every corner of their lives, and all these third-party apps and all these countries and all these languages, there are going to be issues.
All of the business of selling apps and selling subscriptions is extremely cruelly misunderstood, including by me.
I know about the tech industry in that I follow what apps are hot and software development. I know my way around different browsers. I know how to restart a computer.
All the information you could want is constantly streaming at you like a runaway truck – books, newspaper stories, Web sites, apps, how-to videos, this article you’re reading, even entire magazines devoted to single subjects like charcuterie or wedding cakes or pickles.
Stuff like photos and events and groups – we’ve built pretty basic versions of those apps to start but they ended up being so much more used because of their social integrations.