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For chefs, shoppers, editors -- apps to please

Posted: August 25, 2014 at 2:04 a.m.

Special to the Democrat-Gazette/MELISSA L. JONES Four apps will be explored this week: Thyme (from left), Goodshop, MatchCut and Groops.

I thought I'd take a break this week and throw out a few random apps I've been trying out lately. Some good, some so-so and some are just downright fun.

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