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RIP Seene (what it was, and how to backup your data)

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Seene is shutting down

Almost three years after its inception, the beloved 3d photo app, Seene is coming to a close. Built around Obvious Engineering’s world-class computer vision technologies, Seene has never been far from groundbreaking.

Seene launched in the Appstore in 2013, and despite having millions of downloads and getting rated as one of best apps of the year by TechCrunch, it will be shut down by late August of this year after seemingly getting acquired by Snapchat. Nonetheless, you still have a chance to backup and export your data as long as you act before August 25. Even though they are shutting down, you can still explore the gallery online, or on your phone right now. The app has been removed from the Appstore and the Android app is still up on the Play Store but, it is going to be removed soon.

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Brain not found (desktop wallpaper)

If you’re like me, you’re probably used to seeing boring, plain error pages like I am. Have you ever visited swiftkey’s 404 page? If you’re like most, probably not; time to be enlightened.

If you ever visit Swiftkey’s website, and click on a bad link like I did, you’ll be in for a nice surprise, really. In an odd mashup between retro-day pixel art, MS Windows BSOD glory, and modern 404 page fun, we have Swiftkey’s 404 page.

To spare you the time and trouble, I have screenshotted, and linked the awesome error code page below in full geek glory.

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