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(1) BuildItWithMe – This website basically helps you find designers and developers who are looking for potential partners to develop apps, be it for an iPhone, Mac, Windows, Android, or any other app. After signing up, complete your profile to introduce yourself to potential partners and post your ideas for others to see. Read more: BuildItWithMe: Connect Developers & Designers To Build Apps
(2)– This is a mobile speech-to-text app for the iPhone. It is mainly used to aid iPhone users to input information with their voice. This app is especially useful for hands-free multi-tasking.
(3)– Would you like to turn your picture into a piece of ugly art? Then you should try Gross Out. This fun website “enhances” your photo by adding in heinous and scary photo effects such as crazy eyes, gnawing teeth, eye patches, bat wings, bloody knives and axes, open gash and wounds, masks, and many many more.
(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] Keitor – is an interesting site that offers a useful way to type and search Google in your native language. The homepage of the site lets you activate virtual keyboards for different languages around the world. The list is big and includes languages like Mongolian, Slovenian, Greek etc apart from the other widely spoken languages.
(5) [NO LONGER WORKS] Ruba – is a nice website for travelers that features tour reviews complete with nicely shot photographs of the location. Whether you are looking for the best restaurants in Dubai, best places for antique shopping in London, or a review of the Union Square Cafe in New York, you are likely to find the corresponding visual guide/review on the site.
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