|Zen Tracker – If you are worried about your children when they leave home for school or any other reason, then ZenTracker is the right application for you. It allows parents to keep a watch on their children’s location through their phone. Read more: Zentracker: Keep Track of Your Children’s Location|
|HelloSlide – Bland presentations come to life when you add audio and video elements. Audio also becomes much more important when you are sending presentations online. Fortunately, Hello Slide is a text-to-speech mashup that lets you add audio overlays to presentations and then host them for you. Read more: Hello Slide: Add Text-to-Speech Audio To Your Presentations|
|Scan – QR codes and bar code scanning is a technology yet to fulfill its promise. Some find it clunky and unappealing, but maybe all it takes is a good app that simplifies the process while giving us the right tools to interact properly. Scan for iOS and Android hopes to be this app. Read more: Scan: Simple QR & Bar Code Scanning [iOS & Android]|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] StreetFlow – When you travel, there are often places you go through that seem boring because you do not know much about them. But think of an informative tool that helps you learn more about the places you were passing through. This is precisely what an app called StreetFlow offers. Read more: StreetFlow: View Appealing Photos & Discover Interesting Details About The Places You Are At [iOS]|
|Wwhim – Are you planning an event or an outing that depends on the weather? If yes, then you need a tool that shows weather forecasts in a quick way. Here to offer that is a web service called WWhim, a free to use web service that lets you check weather forecasts. Read more: WWhim: Get Weather Forecasts & Alerts For Specific Locations|
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