Sunday, February 23, 2014

Is USANA a scam? Yes, it is.

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I’m sure you’ve heard from many wised-up people that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. And so if ever you’re offered with a nutritional supplement called USANA Essentials by USANA Health Sciences, outright reject it regardless of who (friends, marketers, it doesn’t matter) endorsed it. Don’t get involved in their retail business either. It’s a scam. Don’t believe me? Just do a simple Google search and you can easily verify that USANA just have exorbitantly priced products to help fuel its fraudulent business.

USANA Health Sciences

Saturday, February 8, 2014

WordLookup – Quickly find the meaning of a word you encounter in an Android app

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Have you just encountered an unfamiliar word in an Android app? By default, Google’s mobile OS doesn’t have a built-in/preinstalled/native dictionary, so you can’t look up the meaning of the word just yet. You’d have to find and download a dictionary/thesaurus app from the Play Store first. One of the better choices there is WordLookup, a pop-up tool that lets you easily look up a definition without needing to leave the app you’re currently using.

WordLookup - popup dictionary for Android