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J.P. Morgan’s Insights app can give you a Guide to the Markets — most of it free of charge to the public, some limited to investment advisors only. Still, great info awaits!     (JPM)

Tired of trusting your MyFitnessPal app to accurately count your calories? Indiegogo is collecting investors for a new handheld scanning device that can calculate the precise makeup of your food and send that info to a mobile app. Terrifying or genius? You decide.     (Fast Company)

The Getty Museum has paired up with Khan Academy to offer collaborative learning possibilities for art history and art-making. Fine Arts majors and non-Fine Arts majors alike, rejoice!     (Getty)

Think fast before using that Wikipedia article as your main source — a new algorithm can help determine the authority of the editors and how high quality the information really is.     (Mashable)

Not apps-related but relevant for the season, don’t forget about the Libraries’ Food for Fines program – donate canned items to the Van Pelt Circulation Desk in exchange for forgiveness of late fines on your account.     (Penn Libraries)

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