Debbie Counsman

This is Debbie Counsman is the Client Blog Manager for Bad Rhino and works at MoneyLine Lending as the Executive Assistant & Marketing Coordinator. She is a recent graduate from Susquehanna University and enjoys anything that allows her to use creativity. Guilty pleasures include reality television, frozen mochas and sleeping in on the weekends! Debbie's page

Mobile App Monday – Dreamboard Mobile

Posted in Reviews on March 4th, 2013 by

Are you a vivid dreamer? Do you wish you could remember the crazy dreams you have had in the past? Now you can track your dreams in a mobile journal thanks to Dreamboard! For example, this past weekend I had a dream that I was at a party and sitting next to Elizabeth Banks. At…

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Mobile App Monday – iMadeFace

Posted in Reviews on February 11th, 2013 by

This week’s app review is about one that has made it to the Top Free App section on iTunes and has made me laugh all weekend! The app – iMadeFace – is a fun tool to create comic images of family and friends and then share them through social media or save them as your contacts….

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Mobile App Monday – Shopkick

Posted in Reviews on January 14th, 2013 by

If you love shopping and you love getting paid to shop, then you need the Shopkick app! The app is location-based and depending on where you are, you can walk into local stores and collect points. The points are earned simply by walking into the store entrance or scanning a few items while you make…

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Mobile App Monday – Starbucks

Posted in Reviews on December 31st, 2012 by

It’s almost time for 2013 to start, and in order to keep up with all of my New Year’s resolutions, I will need LOTS and LOTS of caffeine, so the free Starbucks app is now a necessity on my iPhone! Although I have been a Starbucks addict for a few years, I recently learned about…

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Mobile App Monday – TableTopics

Posted in Reviews on December 10th, 2012 by

It’s the holiday season and that means TONS of holiday parties! But what if you just started a new job and you don’t want to be the quiet newbie sitting all alone? What if you are finally meeting your significant other’s family for the first time and you have no idea what to talk about?…

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Mobile App Monday – Flow Free

Posted in Reviews on November 26th, 2012 by

Well… I had a four-day weekend and I just so happened to find an app that would keep me busy for hours! On top of all the turkey eating and Black Friday shopping, I filled the rest of my time by playing Flow Free. Flow is a free app that requires you to just connect the…

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Mobile App Monday – TGI Black Friday

Posted in Reviews on November 12th, 2012 by

It seems like Black Friday preparation starts earlier every year… but I can’t complain! I enjoy the extra time to develop a strategy and plan an adventure that will hopefully score me some great gifts for a fraction of the original prices. A mobile app that I recently found was actually launched in 2011 and…

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Mobile App Monday – Instagram

Posted in Instagram, Reviews on November 5th, 2012 by

It’s official… I have finally joined the Instagram world! I traded in my BlackBerry this past weekend for an iPhone and all I can say is, “Why didn’t I make the trade earlier!?” Although I don’t take many pictures, I LOVE looking at all types of photos. Whether it’s food, clothing, makeup, plants, sunrises, friends,…

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Mobile App Monday – Fragile Earth

Posted in Reviews on October 15th, 2012 by

Today’s featured app is great for people who are interested in science, nature and photography! Created by @CollinsMaps and Aimer Media, Fragile Earth allows you to see the changes that have occurred to natural and man-made parts of the Earth from past to present. In order to get the full effect, please watch the video:…

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Mobile App Monday – Flash My Brain

Posted in Reviews on September 17th, 2012 by

When it comes to studying, flashcards have always been easy to use, great for a last minute cram session, and easy to share with friends. The only downsides are that they are easy to lose and can be hard to keep track of once you have a large stockpile from each class. Now, instead of…

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