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|Cirrus – If you’re a Windows Phone owner and have been looking for a proper offline dictionary app then you don’t need to look very much further than SilverDict. The app uses the well-known StarDict free dictionary project and allows you to check words regardless of your connection status. If you’re clever enough to speak more than one language then you’ll like not having to switch language. Read more: SilverDict for Windows Phone: A Free Multi-Language Offline Dictionary|
|ChainsCC – Do you often give up on your goals and plans? If so, then you need to get the help of a tool that effectively motivates you into not giving up. One technique that employs such an approach is the chain method. You can make use of this goal planning technique on a website called ChainsCC. Read more: ChainsCC: Get Help Maintaining Plans & Good Habits|
|PhotoNova+ – Modern smartphones are equipped with powerful cameras to capture details in photographs. But sometimes you want to enhance the photos you have already taken by using tools such as image effects, frames, and textures. If you are an iPhone owner, you can use these tools by installing an application called PhotoNova+. Read more: PhotoNova+ : Add Effects, Frames & Textures To Your Digital Photos [iOS]|
|Tinytap – Tablets and smartphones have made touch-based educational games for children possible, and a new app call Tinytap takes learning to the next level by allowing teachers and parents create games with a more personal touch. Tinytap offers evergreen children’s games available in other apps. But it also allows you to create games. Read more: Tinytap: Create Personal iPad Games For Kids|
|WavTap – There are no shortage of screencasting and video recording tools on the OS X platform, but your options are a lot more limited when it comes to recording audio. One of the best solutions for recording everything your computer hears is Soundflower, an open-source project that allows you to route your system’s audio through your favourite program. Read more: WavTap: Record Mac System Audio With A Simple Keyboard Shortcut|
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