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Google Translate For Android Now Works Offline With 50 Languages [Updates]

Android

Google Translate For Android Now Works Offline With 50 Languages [Updates]

Travelling in a foreign country and without an Internet connection? The new version of Google Translate for Android lets you to download 50 language to be used offline, no matter where you are. Don’t worry, you don’t need to download all of them; only download the language pack corresponding to the country you are travelling to, or the languages you most commonly have to translate to/from.

Saikat Basu March 29, 2013 29-03-2013
Google Translate For Android Now Works Offline With 50 Languages [Updates]
Keep In Touch With The Big Game On Your Android

Android

Keep In Touch With The Big Game On Your Android

Just recently, I was doing some research on TV Show Apps to Stay In Touch with Your Favourite Characters, and the last thing I included was an app to track my favourite NHL team, the Edmonton Oilers. That might have been a reach as far as the title of the article goes, but sports is definitely full of characters and a large portion of our television watching time is dedicated to sports.

Guy McDowell March 29, 2013 29-03-2013
Keep In Touch With The Big Game On Your Android
iPad Therefore I Rock: 8 Best Sub-$10 iOS Music Making Apps

iPhone and iPad

iPad Therefore I Rock: 8 Best Sub-$10 iOS Music Making Apps

The iPad is often perceived as a fun yet altogether unnecessary gadget, and that leaves many wondering whether they can justify the purchase when their existing equipment will probably do. Despite being a great eBook and magazine reader, a games console and quite possibly a productive accessory too, the iPad really excels when it comes to making music. This might just be the excuse you need to drop next month’s wages on Apple’s flagship device.

Tim Brookes March 29, 2013 29-03-2013
iPad Therefore I Rock: 8 Best Sub-$10 iOS Music Making Apps
How To Deal With Telephone Spam

Internet

How To Deal With Telephone Spam

The greatest aspect of the telephone? The fact that you can speak to anyone at a moment’s notice, even if they’re halfway across the world. Sit back and think about that for a second because it’s amazing. But there’s also a drawback: spammers can constantly attempt to reach you with texts and calls and you may feel helpless against the endless barrage.

Joel Lee March 29, 2013 29-03-2013
How To Deal With Telephone Spam
4 Wonderful Educational iPad Apps For Kids

iPhone and iPad

4 Wonderful Educational iPad Apps For Kids

There are wonderful educational apps out there, many of which cost $10, $20, or even more. I’m not here to say they’re not worth it – you’re going to pay much more for a textbook – but it’s also possible to find cheaper apps that nonetheless provide a great learning experience for kids of all ages. For the list below, I tried to stick to apps that cost $5 or less, and all except one offer a free version too.

Yaara Lancet March 29, 2013 29-03-2013
4 Wonderful Educational iPad Apps For Kids
ShareX Is One Of The Most Full-Featured Screenshot & Sharing Tools [Windows]

Windows

ShareX Is One Of The Most Full-Featured Screenshot & Sharing Tools [Windows]

ZScreen and ZUploader have come together to form one of the most powerful and reliable solutions to sharing, mainly screenshots, but also nearly anything else you can think of. ShareX can upload more than screenshots. You can upload text, files, shorten URLs, and more. It’s very versatile and offers a lot of new features to this niche of software.

Craig Snyder March 29, 2013 29-03-2013
ShareX Is One Of The Most Full-Featured Screenshot & Sharing Tools [Windows]
Sidebar Pro: A Clever, Simple Way To Launch Your Favorite Android Apps

Android

Sidebar Pro: A Clever, Simple Way To Launch Your Favorite Android Apps

As Android phones grow ever larger, so does the need for a quick way to launch apps one-handed. Try holding your Galaxy S III or Note 2 and launching an app with just one hand and you’ll see what I mean: It’s nearly impossible to reach all the way across the screen, making traditional “app drawer” launchers impractical.

Erez Zukerman March 28, 2013 28-03-2013
Sidebar Pro: A Clever, Simple Way To Launch Your Favorite Android Apps
Currency Of The Revolution, Or Tool For Online Vendors? The Many Faces Of Bitcoin [Feature]

Internet

Currency Of The Revolution, Or Tool For Online Vendors? The Many Faces Of Bitcoin [Feature]

It’s become an annual event: the fall of Bitcoin. You’ve probably read about it multiple times, and maybe even believe that the online, decentralized currency is already gone forever. It isn’t. Created by a mysterious, anonymous entity back in 2009 – when the recession was at its worst – Bitcoin is a completely digital currency with no central servers. Transactions are distributed across the network of users, and developers claim counterfeiting to be impossible. We’ve taken a deep look into this virtual, but oh-so-real, currency.

Justin Pot March 28, 2013 28-03-2013
Currency Of The Revolution, Or Tool For Online Vendors? The Many Faces Of Bitcoin [Feature]
How To Tweak The Windows And Office Ribbon Menu

Windows

How To Tweak The Windows And Office Ribbon Menu

That pesky Ribbon Menu. Ever since its introduction in Office 2007, I’ve been struggling to come to terms with it. I much preferred the Office 2000/2003 method of “hiding” tools that you don’t use often – and I don’t think I’m alone in the preference. I also don’t like being “shouted” at. Fortunately there are a few tweaks that can be applied to the Ribbon Menu in Office and in Windows 8.

Christian Cawley March 28, 2013 28-03-2013
How To Tweak The Windows And Office Ribbon Menu
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