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  • What do we want comparison sites to choose between? What do we want comparison sites to choose between?

    In the UK, 56% have used a price comparison site in the last two years, and 52% have actively purchased or switched as a result of using these types of services. But savvy customers no longer just care about price. How are services adapting to changing consumer expectations?

  • Dollar a Day: ethical spread betting Dollar a Day: ethical spread betting

    There are over 1.5 million charities in the US alone. We're bombarded by new campaigns and donation requests, both via Facebook and in the street – but it's hard to know who to give to. Dollar a Day lets people “spread their bets”, donating one dollar daily to a range of non-profits.

  • AppVisit allows you to see your doctor at any time, anywhere AppVisit allows you to see your doctor at any time, anywhere

    Odd symptoms that come and go quickly can be frustrating, and usually by the time you’ve scheduled an appointment with your doctor, they’ve disappeared. AppVisit is a potential solution to the lag time between symptoms and video-conferencing your doctor.

  • Text Ethan for an opinion on anything Text Ethan for an opinion on anything

    Around 80% of iPhone users don't use Apple's voice activated assistant Siri. Though the service is advanced, it does have it's limitations - ask Siri a face and she obliges, ask for an opinion and it gets a bit cloudy. Ethan is an app that will "give an opinion on anything".