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There are 12 filters effect to choose from Paper Camera including: Comic Boom, Sketch Up, au, old printer, Neon Cola, Con Tours, bleaching, Gotham Noir, Ton Half, grandmother paper, pastel Perfect and Andy Pop each with a unique and interesting filter through the lens of the camera of your device looks fantastic. http://www.apklibs.com/2013/02/paper-camera-apk.html
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5 Apps for Couples in LDRs
"Honey, I'm sorry I have to take that job across the country." "Yikes," you think. But then you remember that you live in the 21st century, full of helpful communication tools and technology. YOU GOT THIS! Being in a Long Distance Relationships are really tough, but using technology can help keep things fun and creative with your communications tools. Here are some that I LOVE <3 1. Couple This app is pretty self-explanatory (I mean the name says it all!). It's essentially a sharing app for you and your partner. It's a clean way to share messages, video, images, and also real-time drawings. 2. Showgoers This isn't technically an app, but it's amazing. Want to have a movie date with your partner, but are having a hard time figuring out when and how to watch something at the same time? This app is a chrome extension that helps you both hit PLAY at the same time. Movie dates in the modern world people! 3. DreamDays I've come across a variety of "day counting apps" but this one has to be my favorite! Not only does it count down the days until something, but you can organize it too! Plus it's just really pretty and well-made, so you can count down the days until you see your partner in style. 4. Companion Ever worry about your partner and their late night commute? Or just would appreciate that your partner is watching over you. This app allows you to be your partners (or anyone really) "companion" as you watch them get safely to their destination. And is awesome. Thanks @LizArnone for that heads-up. 5. Simply Us Share your calendar, todo list, and others notes with your partner so they know what's on your plate. This one could be particularly helpful surprise dates, because you will know exactly when their schedule is less messy! You can also use these with Long-Distance Family and friends. In additions to some of these apps, my family likes to use WhatsApp and Snapchat to keep each other reminded of our love. Are you using any of these apps in your LDR? What tech do you use to keep in contact? Tagging homies @AlloBaber @dominika @buddyesd @Kourtland @xwishingonstars @EasternShell @michellefuentes @melltheoriginal @CaptainJimi358 @Alcides13 @InVinsybll
6 Ridiculous Texting Rules We Are All Guilty Of
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10 Mistakes Dudes Make In Their Dating Profiles
Don't pretend like you're not on the dating apps: Tinder, Bumble, Grindr whatever. I don't know what you do when the lights are off, but that's alright, but let me help you succeed. Nobody knows what makes people swipe right. It could be your look, your eyes, your hair, your "about" section. Perfecting these things take time, and we all know we don't want to admit that we like to impress people, but newsflash: we do. So, without further ado here are a few tips I've picked up in my journey to right-swiped-ness. 1. You're not honest. Nobody is going to respect an about me section that looks like this: "Hiii my name is David, I'm 6' 3'', I'm a professional basketball player and an Oxford scholar. I'm rich, fit and I don't QUIT! Right swipe for an intellectual conversation! XO" STOP. YOU'RE NOT REAL. COME ON. 2. Your profile picture isn't even you. In the immortal words of Brendon Urie: "I fell in love with your profile picture, but you look nothing like your profile pic gurl." If you clearly jacked a profile picture from a celebrity or someone else, people will know. I matched with this dude who clearly jacked his picture from Bo Burnham, a comic. And I was like "That's definitely a picture of Bo Burnham". He never responded. 3. You only have group photos. I have a rule: if you're in a group photo, it's an automatic left swipe, because like....WHO ARE YOU? 4. Your bio is blank. AGAIN WHO ARE YOU??? Come on, do a little bit of research, some introspective stuff. What are your interests? What do you like to do. Words can do a lot! 5. You're wearing hats / sunglasses in all of your photos. SERIOUSLY, STOP HIDING, WHAT DO YOU LOOK LIKE? To say that looks aren't important is just dumb. Like, get over yourself and face the music. Tinder is about a first impression, and yours is like...shrouded in mystery. 6. Your bio says "I'm not an asshole." You're clearly an asshole. If you have to tell someone that you're not a jerk...come on dude. Come on. 7. You confess that you're "self employed." Unless you're the CEO of a company, it's safe to say that you don't have a job. Sorry, left swipe. It might be harsh, but fix that shit. I'd rather it say, "I'm a tortured artist, and I'm working on my dream." Bam. Right swipe. 8. You're in pictures with lots of chicks who are really hot. I don't want to compete with your harem. Left swipe. 9. You're a creep after we right swipe. Yes this is beyond the profile, but your first message is very important in continuing a relationship online. Don't get me started about unsolicited "pictures" or messages that talk about...you know, inappropriate things. Just make sure that you're getting to know someone for the right reason, and your success rate will skyrocket. 10. If you're honest, personable and genuine in your messages after we right swipe you, you'll have no problem snagging a date. Seriously, all of this aesthetic stuff aside, just be yourself. Women love to be able to talk and hang around someone who actually cares about what they say, and wants to be with them for more than their looks. You'll get there. Just make sure that you're contacting people for the right reasons, and if at all possible...please refrain from sending us pictures of your things. We don't want that. Seriously. It's not cute. That's all I got, happy swiping.
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