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Periscope (Free)

Periscope isn't the first live video-stream­ing app, but it's cer­tainly get­ting a lot of at­ten­tion. This app by Twit­ter lets you watch and share live events from around the world, so you can feel like part of the ac­tion no mat­ter where you are. You can share live videos through the app with all Periscope users or with a pri­vate group of se­lect fol­low­ers. To share on Twit­ter, tweet a browser link to your fol­low­ers.

Sto­ryCorps (Free)

We can spend a whole life­time with peo­ple and yet never re­ally get to know them if we don't take the time to lis­ten. The non­profit Sto­ryCorps aims to change that, help­ing you to con­duct and archive in­ter­views with your loved ones us­ing lists of pre­pared ques­tions in cat­e­gories rang­ing from Fam­ily Her­itage to Love & Re­la­tion­ships. Once fin­ished, snap a photo of your in­ter­vie­wee and pub­lish it to the Sto­ryCorps web­site for oth­ers to en­joy. All in­ter­views up­loaded in the first year of Sto­rycorps' March launch will be archived at the Amer­i­can Folk­life Cen­ter at the United States Li­brary of Congress.

En­light ($3.99)

Imag­ine a photo-edit­ing app that com­bines the best of VSCO Cam (free), Union ($1.99), and Snapseed (free), and you have En­light. This pow­er­ful app has it all—from ba­sic ad­just­ment tools and fil­ters to the abil­ity to trans­form your im­ages into paint­ings or com­bine them to cre­ate ex­pres­sive col­lages or dou­ble ex­po­sures. En­light's in­tu­itive in­ter­face in spite of be­ing flooded with fea­tures is what sets it apart from the pack.

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