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The Four Apps That Will Help You Survive Your Office Holiday Party.

Office parties can be a lot of fun or very painful…there really is no in between.  To save you some time and sanity, check out these four apps that will help you ditch any holiday party!

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1. KnockToCall. It lets you fake a phone call to yourself to get out of an awkward conversation. You just tap a button, and your phone rings. And you can even set it up, so you can do it while it’s in your pocket. It’s $2, but it’s only for iPhones.

2. Vivino. It lets you take a picture of any wine bottle, scans the label, and tells you all about the wine, so it looks like you know what you’re talking about. The iPhone and Android versions are both free.

3. Hypotheticals. It’s only for iPhones, but it’s basically the game “Would You Rather”, with a bunch of pre-loaded ice-breakers so you always have something to talk about.

4. Drunk Mode. You have to set it up beforehand, but then it prevents you from drunk dialing certain people in your contacts. You can also use GPS to find your friends or your co-workers if you go to another bar and get separated.

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