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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 […]
Booklikes – helps people share their reading life and discover new books. It’s a blog platform designed for book lovers. Discover great books by exploring blogs and let others discover the best books thank to your book reviews. Writing reviews was never so easy, fast and engaging – connect your review with a single book […]
Disconnect Search – search privately using your favorite search engine. Disconnect Search is a “narrow” VPN that masks your IP address, browser cookies, and other personal info whenever you’re searching so search engines and ISPs can’t track your searches. Search with Google, Bing, Yahoo, Blekko, or DuckDuckGo. Series Guide Chrome v2 – Manage your favorite […]
Windows Phone users are now being rewarded for their patience, with Facebook Messenger now available for the platform. It’s very Windows Phone-ish – lots of white and blue.
Eye Doctor Trainer – would you like to improve your eyesight and get rid of glasses or tired eyes? Do you have vision problems, or are you just looking for eye health prevention from daily looking at a computer screen? Eye Doctor Trainer is a series of 6 sets of exercises, composed from the best […]
BroApp – is your clever relationship wingman. It automatically messages your girlfriend sweet things so you can spend more time with the Bros. Select your girlfriend’s number, add some sweet messages, and set the time of day when you want those messages sent. Fixed – claims to be the easiest way to fix a parking […]
The Evernote Windows desktop app has been updated with two big improvements. You can now annotate your images inside the desktop app, and syncing is now extremely fast for those with “sizable accounts”.
Cool Websites & Tools – Log In With A Smartphone, Meet People With Your Voice, & Evernote-Powered Blogging
Spotliter – Use Spotliter and your touch to capture stunning photos and extraordinary videos. 15 touch effects allow you to tap, slide or pinch your fingers on the camera screen to “spotlite” your photo or video. Apply effects, switch effects, and switch between front and back cameras. Clef – Forget your passwords, logging in is […]
If you are an Outlook.com user and a Skype user, then it’s a good day. Microsoft has rolled out a previously geo-restricted feature to all countries – Skype integration with Outlook.com.