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App Review: Zwift

Cycling outdoors can be difficult during winter months and it can also be difficult to get the time to get out and sometimes you may not have anyone to ride with which also plays a very important part in creating the right environment for a good ride.

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App Review: Peek Tours & Activities

Peek is an all in one app which helps you discover and book incredible activities. Whether you want to go spearfishing in Cabo San Lucas, doing the Haunted Ghost walking tours in New Orleans, an electric bike tour around Paris, or a culinary walking tour around one of many cities, Peek has you covered and so much more!

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App Review: Google Assistant for iOS

Google Assistant is its latest version of the personal assistant device, which is the Google equivalent to Siri. The latest version of Google Assistant brings whole host of new expansive voice controls beyond the existing “OK Google”.

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App Review: Strava

There are plenty of new fitness apps appearing, almost on a daily basis. Strava is one of the original apps that has stood the test of time. The app is aimed at runners, cyclists and active people in general.

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App Review: Turo

With the emergence and surge in popularity of apps such as Airbnb, Uber and Lyft, it could be suggested that there’s a social transition to a sharing economy. Through Airbnb, you can share your house (or rent someone’s house) instead of a hotel, whereas Uber and Lyft enables a user to share a car or hire someone’s car. But what if you’re looking for a solution to replace the cost of commercial car hire? Enter Turo.

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App Review: Waze

Navigation apps are a dime a dozen, with many simply sitting on top of Apple Maps or Google Maps. However, there’s a very effective alternative out there – Waze. The tagline for Waze sums up the app with a simple message: outsmarting traffic, together.

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App Review: Kayak

Instead of sifting through multiple paper printouts, Kayak will store your itinerary and booking confirmation details in the app, which is brilliantly available offline.

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App Review: Diets are for Idiots

The app formerly known as SimpleSteps, has taken off the kid gloves and now comes across as that dude at the gym you always try to avoid. The slightly aggressively named, Diets are for Idiots, aims to take things back to basics by reminding you to do things like drink water daily.

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