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CogniFit MoodCraft – Many emoticon app I used leave a lot to be desired. Nearly all of them convey the same default emoticons and do not offer an accurate range to depict your emotions. Here to attempt to fill that gap in emoticons is a tool called CogniFit MoodCraft. Read more: CogniFit MoodCraft: Create Your Own Emoticons To Let Friends Know What You Are Feeling [iOS]

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Cloudvault Photo Uploader – is a very simple Android app which fills in the camera upload functionality for Google Drive. It’s extremely easy to use and comes with features you’d expect from similar services. For example, you can choose to upload after every new photo, choose to upload past photos stored on your device, choose to suspend upload until you connect to WiFi, and more. Read more: CloudVault Photo Uploader: Automatically Upload Pictures To Google Drive [Android 2.1+]


My image – If you are a web programmer, you know that every programming language has it own language syntax including weird characters and spacing. Now, thanks to you can practice typing based on the programming language(s) you use. It includes typing lessons for 14 most popular web programming languages including Ruby on Rails, Javascript jQuery, Scala etc and others. Read more: Typing Practice Tool For Web Programmers


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TechieBot – For the most tech-savvy among us, performing basic computer cleanup is a non-issue. We know that Internet Explorer is not the fastest browser. We know that we need an anti-virus installed on our computer to make everything safe. However, far too many computer users do not know this, and that is where a program like TechieBot helps out. Read more: TechieBot: Quickly Clean Out & Spead Up Your Computer [PC]


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Fleksy – In order to make tablets and smartphones more useful, developers are working on improving keyboards for these devices. Fleksy is the newest player in town and was originally designed for visually impaired people. When typing with Fleksy, words will be suggested to you. If you want to use one of those words, simply click on it and swipe to accept it. Read more: Fleksy: iOS Keyboard App For Easy Typing


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