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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.
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.
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.