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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. Most of the listed websites are FREE or come with a decent free account option. If you want to have similar cool website round-ups delivered to your daily email, subscribe here.

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Typic – is a basic iPhone photo editing app that offers the much-needed ability to add text to pictures. By combining the words “typography” and “pic”, this is exactly what we get – a “typic”. Opening the app for the first time is a little confusing at first since there is no tutorial. Read more: Typic: Add Text, Frames & Filters To Your Favorite Pics [iOS]

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Split Pic – If you want to have some fun with photos on your iPhone, check out Split Pic. It is a free camera app that lets you divide the camera into two, three or four sections and then blend these images allowing you to create some very unimaginable and impossible shots i.e., same person in different places at the same time (cloning), swapped body parts and other cool stuff. Read more: Split Pic: Clone Yourself, Swap Body Parts & Do Other Cool Stuff With Your Pics [iOS]

 

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SimpleExtManager – is a Chrome extension for your Chrome extensions. Call it meta if you want, but once installed, you use this to easily enable or disable your installed extensions. It also allows you to remove or uninstall extensions in a click, and even group extensions and then turn them on or off at the same time. Read more: SimpleExtManager: A Quick Extension Manager For Google Chrome

 

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BBC Sport App – If you are living in the UK and need your daily dose of football scores and other sports updates, then you should check out the recently launched BBC Sport App. Taking its cue from the wildly successful app for the 2012 London Olympics, this app for iOS lets you check scores, follow live text updates, and gets updates on the latest sporting news. Read more: BBC Sport App: Get Live UK Sports Updates [iOS]

 

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EQuizShow – is a simple and free site that lets teachers design Jeopardy-type games online. This tool lives completely in the cloud, letting your create quiz shows and input your questions and answers within minutes. To create your educational quiz, start by clicking “Create”, or browse through several templates available for you. Read more: EQuizShow: Create A Jeopardy-like Quiz Show On Your Classroom

 

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  1. Keith S
    June 7, 2013 at 7:20 am

    Some really OUTSTANDING sounding apps! Thanks for the tip-off! Can't wait to take them for a whirl!

  2. deb
    June 5, 2013 at 11:07 pm

    where can I submit a question

  3. David Moreira
    June 5, 2013 at 9:48 am

    Thanks for the goodies MUO.

  4. himanshu
    June 5, 2013 at 5:36 am

    i use the quiz app the most it is really cool to use it.

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