With all the money we spend on Apple products, it’s probably wise to take advantage of anything they give away for free.
Check out these paid iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale for free — today only.
Pic Navi (Usual Price $2.99)
– Easy-to-use photo location viewer and editor
– Can edit date and time of a photo
– Customizable timestamp
Puzzle Cube AR (Usual Price $1.99)
– Inspired by the Rubix Cube
– No buttons
Brain Puzzle (Usually 99 cents)
– Mind sharpening
– Simple & Easy
EXIF Viewer by Fluntro (Usually $2.99)
– Professional photographer’s favorite app
– Available for use on all Apple products
– Supports 3D touch
Cleaner Pro (Usual price $2.99)
– Easily Remove Duplicate Contacts
– Quickly find the contacts you need
– Backup contacts in one tap
Get em’ while you can. Don’t wait until it’s too late.
Everyone likes to give commentary once in a while, especially when watching a major event.
Comedian Leslie Jones took side-talk to a whole new level when she decided to give her thoughts on the Winter Olympic sports.
All throughout the weekend, the Saturday Night Live star flooded her Twitter timeline with jokes about various competitions. One of the main clips that caught people’s attention was when she lusted after silver medalist luger Chris Mazdzer.
That’s not the only clip Leslie added her two cents to. Swipe through to hear more hilarious commentary coming out of her unfiltered mouth!
Right in the middle of an already historic award season, the nominees for the 2018 Juno Awards have finally been revealed. The organization has unveiled the official nominees for this year’s ceremony, which is set to take place on March 25 in Vancouver, B.C. The ceremony will features nominations and awards for some of our favorite artists including huge stars like Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, and plenty more.
The list of nominees include categories for all types of genres around the world. Kendrick has received the biggest nomination of the night for International Album of the Year–of course for his already award winning project, DAMN. The Compton emcee is up against Bruno Mars‘ 24K Magic, Ed Sheeran‘s ÷, Post Malone‘s Stoney and Taylor Swift‘s reputation projects for the big category.
The Weeknd is looking forward to some fierce competition of his own, but he’s up for an award in the Fan Choice and Single of the Year categories. Other nominees include Tory Lanez‘s “Shooters” track being nominated for Rap Recording of the Year, which also features Belly‘s “Mumble Rap” title song, as well as XO’s Nav, who is nominated for Breakthrough Artist of the Year.
JUNO Fan Choice Award
-Alessia Cara (Def Jam/Universal)
-Jessie Reyez (FMLY/Universal)
-Justin Bieber (Def Jam/Universal)
-Shawn Hook (Universal)
-Shawn Mendes (Island/Universal)
-The Weeknd (The Weeknd XO/Universal)
-Walk Off The Earth (Walk Off The Earth/Universal)
Single of the Year
-“How Far I’ll Go,” Alessia Cara (Walt Disney)
-“Everything Now,” Arcade Fire (Sony)
-“Knocking at the Door,” Arkells (Arkells/Universal)
-“There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back,” Shawn Mendes (Island/Universal)
-“I Feel It Coming ft. Daft Punk,” The Weeknd (The Weeknd XO/Universal)
International Album of the Year
–24K Magic, Bruno Mars (Atlantic/Universal)
–÷, Ed Sheeran (Asylum/Warner)
–DAMN., Kendrick (Lamar Interscope/Universal)
–Stoney, Post Malone (Republic/Universal)
–reputation, Taylor Swift (Big Machine/Universal)
Breakthrough Artist of the Year
-Allan Rayman (Communion/Universal)
-Charlotte Cardin (Cult Nation/Sony)
-Jessie Reyez (FMLY/Universal)
-Virginia to Vegas (Wax/Universal)
Rap Recording of the Year
-“Mumble Rap,” Belly (Roc Nation/Universal)
-“Lil Mont from the Ave,” Clairmont The Second (Independent)
-“001: Experiments,” Lou Phelps (Independent)
-“Coach Fresh,” Maestro Fresh Wes (Independent/Fontana North)
-“Shooters,” Tory Lanez (Interscope/Universal)
Check out the full list of nominations for the 2018 Juno Awards here.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of Spike Lee’s cult classic School Daze which allowed the whole world to take a look at the incomparable Black experience — specifically at HBCUs.
Many careers took off after the 1988 film was released, but Tisha Campbell-Martin was clearly the brightest star of them all.
Some even argue that with her popping career through the 80’s and 90’s as an actress, singer and the light skin “It” girl that all the guys wanted to be with — Tisha Campbell-Martin was the Beyoncé of her day.
We get the feeling that sometimes Tisha herself believes the same to be true.
There’s even an Instagram account dedicated to hilariously photoshopping Tisha’s face on Beyoncé’s body.
Even though Tisha Campbell-Martin’s music career wasn’t as successful as Bey’s, we still can’t forget what “Gina” gave to the culture. Hit the flip for more photos of Ti-yoncé.
Lupita N’yongo & Danai Gurira check Xilla Valentine for asking about spoilers from Black Panther while sharing some fun moments from their behind the scenes antics while filming. The ladies also break down their epic fight scene in the casino.
Black Panther is in theaters everywhere 2/16/2018
In 2018, a romantic journey might look different than it did twenty years ago. Now, instead of asking someone out in person, you can put them on blast even more and ask them out in front of the whole Twitter universe.
That’s what Torey Stachowicz did back in 2014.
The personal trainer asked out someone she had been eying, and his answer?
From there, plans were made and the date was set.
Talk about living on the edge.
Not everyone has the guts to ask out their crush on such a public platform. But it seems things worked out for Torey and Ben because fast forward over three years later, and now Ben is popping the big question.
Once again, another win.
No matter how you feel about public romance, Ben and Torey’s story definitely inspired followers.
A perfect start to the Valentine’s Day week.
Who You Got? 2 Chainz And Snoop Dogg Announce Their Star-Studded Rosters For The Hip-Hop All Star Game
Snoop Dogg‘s inaugural 2018 Hip-Hop All-Star game, co-hosted by his playa partner 2 Chainz, is about to go down next week, and we finally get to see the rosters for the two teams. Chainz and Snoop have finalized their draft at last, and their teams include superstars like Chris Brown, Quavo, French Montana, and Playboi Carti.
The game takes plane on February 16 as a part of a two-day event put on by Adidas during 2018 NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, California.
2 Chainz has been working hard to get back to peak playing ball after breaking his leg last summer. He recently showed off his progress on Instagram after announcing his roster for the All Star Game. The rapper has been working with Drew Hanlen, a professional basketball skills trainer with clients that include NBA players like Bradley Beal, Andrew Wiggins, Dwight Howard and many more.
Peep the full rosters for Snoop Dogg’s 2018 Hip-Hop All-Star Game below. Who you got?
Team Snoop Dogg
Team 2 Chainz
You’ve probably heard by now that Cardi B is hitting the road for her first major world tour later on this year, to help throw a party with her friend and collaborator Bruno Mars. The upcoming tour was announced after the pair crushed it on stage at The Grammys together, and now we know when we can expect to see the two at an arena near us. The “Cartier Bardi” rapper officially joins Bruno for the last leg of his 24K Magic World Tour for a total of 23 dates in cities all throughout North America.
The two superstars are kicking things off in Denver, Colorado for the first two dates starting in the beginning of September. After that, the pair is planning on hitting up major cities like Detroit, Boston, Toronto, Brooklyn, Austin, and Philadelphia. The two month long excursion with wrap things up with a four-night finale in Los Angeles, ending on October 27.
Bruno Mars and Cardi B’s 24K Magic World Tour Dates
Sept. 7 – Denver, Co. – Pepsi Center
Sept. 8 – Denver, Co. – Pepsi Center
Sept. 11 – St. Paul, Minn. – Xcel Energy Center
Sept. 15 – Detroit, Mich. – Little Caesars Arena
Sept. 19 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 20 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Wells Fargo Center
Sept. 22 – Toronto, O.N. – Air Canada Centre
Sept. 23 – Toronto, O.N. – Air Canada Centre
Sept. 27 – Boston, Mass. – TD Garden
Sept. 28 – Boston, Mass. – TD Garden
Oct. 1 – Newark, N.J. – Prudential Center
Oct. 2 – Newark, N.J. – Prudential Center
Oct. 4 – Brooklyn, N.Y. – Barclays Center
Oct. 5 – Brooklyn, N.Y. – Barclays Center
Oct. 7 – Nashville, Tenn. – Bridgestone Arena
Oct. 11 – Tulsa, Okla. – BOK Center
Oct. 14 – Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center
Oct. 15 – Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center
Oct. 20 – Austin, Texas – Circuit of the Americas
Oct. 23 – Los Angeles, Calif. – STAPLES Center
Oct. 24 – Los Angeles, Calif. – STAPLES Center
Oct. 26 – Los Angeles, Calif. – STAPLES Center
Oct. 27 – Los Angeles, Calif. – STAPLES Center