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Facebook is looking for beta testers to squash the bugs and road test the latest beta versions of Facebook Messenger for Android before they are released to the general public.
Duolingo – Duolingo is changing the way people learn languages. Before, it used to be a tedious process of learning grammar and verbs. Now Duolingo is making learning a language fun. Earn points as you advance levels, and challenge your friends. Soundslice – makes sheet music and guitar tablature interactive, to help you learn music […]
Your Name In Life – The Game of Life was invented by John Horton Conway in 1970. It is a cellular automation, which consists of a group of cells in a grid. The cells switch between states based on a set of rules. Your Name in Life allows you to create a unique Game of […]
SmartDeblur – do you have blurry photos? Now you have a chance to restore it. Just download SmartDeblur and open your photo – the rest will be done automatically. Get the “Enhance” tool from CSI at home. Just load your image and click on the “Analyze Blur” button. Interviewly – This site is a side […]
Skype has made some important updates on XBox One, as well as revealing a limited-time special promotion set of Captain America emoticons for the upcoming movie.
Submarine Cable Map – there are many cables criss-crossing the oceans floors, more than you could possibly keep track of. This Cable Submarine Map details where a lot of them are. Zoom in for more details, or buy a print copy of the map. Draftsight – is cross-platform software that lets professional CAD users, students […]
Mini Metro – is an upcoming minimalistic subway layout game. Your small city starts with only three unconnected stations. Your task is to draw routes between the stations to connect them with subway lines. Everything but the line layout is handled automatically. Movenote – enables you to make video presentations in your Gmail account. Add […]
Cool Websites & Tools – Watch Torrent Movies, Prepare For Business Meetings, & Living Wage Calculator
Popcorn Time – is an app to watch torrent movies instantly. The site is constantly searching all over the web for the best torrents from the most important sites. Watch any movie as many times as you want. All you need to get started is a proper Internet connection. If the movie is out there, […]
Google is now jumping into the referral game with Google Apps, and I think it’s safe to say you’ll be paid without any problem.
Subtext – supports teachers in their Common Core instruction and helps students move closer to college and career readiness by encouraging them to analyze what they read, articulate what they think, and make connections between texts and the outside world. Teachers can embed instruction right in the pages of nearly any digital text. Arthur Family […]
In the past I have made no secret that my favourite VPN by far is Tunnelbear. Now they have a brand new feature which makes me love the app even more.
Ever since Malaysia Air MH370 went missing, presumed crashed, with over 200 passengers and crew on board, everyone has been looking for the wreckage, in an effort to find out what happened. You can help.
Random App Videos – If you look on YouTube, you will find countless videos showing games. Random App Video is a video viewer where you can flip from one game to another, in different categories such as iPhone, iPad, PC, Android, and more. Simply choose your category, watch, then flip. Computoser – is an algorithm […]
Tweet My Music – is an Android app which lets you share the music you’re listening to on Twitter. Just add a music player from your device (Android based players (like Apollo), Google Play Music and Rdio), log into Twitter, press start, & launch the player. StepUp – lets you cut YouTube videos into bite-sized […]
Cool Websites & Tools – Claim Money From Airlines, Monitor Bitcoin Prices, & Tap The Rhythm Of A Song
Impala – is the first app in the world that automatically sorts the photos on your phone. You do not have to manually label each and every one of them: Impala “looks” into your images and videos and recognizes what’s inside. AirHelp – If you’ve been on a delayed or cancelled flight, or been denied […]