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Flexiclip – A Simple Online Video Editor

Over the last couple of weeks I've been diddling about with a new video editing software called Flexiclip. The good folks set us up with a premium month's membership so we could give it a test run to see the ins and outs. Now just because they gave us a free run doesn't mean this is an ad, far...

EZ Living Furniture’s new AR app

Gotta love Covid... no, no we don't, this year has brought more challenges to our day to day lives than the whole of the last decade before it. Things we took for granted poof, gone, and for many in retail it has been an incredibly tough year. Companies need to adapt and one such company has done just that...

Best Mobile Multiplayer Games To Play With Your Friends

Best Mobile Multiplayer Games To Play With Your Friends
A lot of the time when you're at home on your phone you're probably either scrolling through Facebook, creeping on Snapchat or Instagramming your dinner. Well, there are better apps on the App Store that allow you to game online with your friends. And some aren't overly complicated like games such as Ruinscape or Clash of Clans. We here...

Skip the Lunch Rush Queue with Bamboo

bamboo app helps save time on lunch
Here at Goos3D, there are three things we love: Food Tech Everything Irish Luckily for us, we have found a nifty little app that hits all three. A short while ago at the Dublin Tech Summit, we spoke to the guys from Bamboo. While we had a quick look at Bamboo a few months back, now we've had the chance to...

Mingo – way more than a messaging app!

As you may have noticed the Goosed.ie team recently attended the Dublin Tech Summit. It was a great couple of days with some fantastic companies showing off their products. One such company we stumbled upon was Mingo, an Irish start up with a mental set-up. Put it like this, imagine an app that only keeps all of your messaging services...

‘Keep Appy’ is tackling mental health through the power of technology

It's no secret that there is a serious mental health problem in Ireland, particularly in Limerick where my fellow Goose, Jon, and I hail from. The main issue with mental health is that a lot of people aren't willing to speak about it. Some people don't want to burden their friends and family with their problems. They don't want...