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How to use Zelle, the lightning-fast payments app that’s more popular than Venmo in the US

Zelle is a payments app that lets you send and receive money instantly, without the need for bank transfers. The service was created by the five largest banks in the US, and has surpassed Venmo in America.

Zelle, a payments service created by the 7 biggest US banks, is on track to be more popular than Venmo in 2018

Payments service Zelle is only a year old, but it has already amassed millions of users and is predicted to become more popular than Venmo by the end of 2018. The service was created by seven major US banks and often works within your bank's app.
An iPhone X, left, and a Google Pixel 2 XL, right.

Here’s everything you need to do to switch from an Android device to an iPhone

It's possible to quickly switch from an Android device to an iPhone without losing any of your photos, contacts, calendars, or web bookmarks. All it takes is a few free apps and some patience.

The CEO of messaging app Telegram is claiming that Apple has been blocking updates to the app since April

The CEO of the messaging app Telegram is saying Apple has been blocking updates to the app since April, around the time Telegram was banned in Russia. Now, certain Telegram features have stopped working.

8 reasons you should buy Fitbit’s $200 smartwatch instead of an Apple Watch

Fitbit newest smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa, is smaller, cheaper, and has a few more features than the Apple Watch. Plus, it gets four days of battery life.

The most downloaded iPhone app in the world right now is one you’ve probably never heard of

Facebook-owned apps dominated the App Store charts during the first three months of the year, but a Chinese-made music video app called Tik Tok took first place with an estimated 45 million downloads.

Google Tasks is the perfect app for organizing your life — and it doesn’t cost a cent

Tasks is Google's new to-do list app that works with Gmail and Google Calendar.
GOAT cofounders Eddy Lu (Left) and Daishin Sugano left the safety of their corporate jobs to eventually venture into the online sneaker marketplace.

These two college buddies quit their jobs on the same day, and eleven years later they’ve raised $100 million to rule the ‘sneakerheadR...

GOAT is a buzzy sneaker app but before it took off, Eddy Lu and Daishin Sugano dabbled in franchising, tea making, sewing and iPhone app building.

How to use Texture, the beautiful ‘Netflix for magazines’ app Apple just bought

Texture gives you unlimited access to popular magazines for a monthly subscription fee.