Cool Websites and Tools [May 11th 2013]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [May 11th 2013]

 

Music Maker Jam – Regardless of how big a fan you are of listening to music, you will enjoy creating music yourself more. To help you do this with prerecorded sequences, there are numerous desktop applications available. For Windows 8 users, finding a music creation app might not be easy. Music Maker Jam will end your search. Read more: Music Maker Jam: Create Audio Tracks In Windows 8 Using Various Prerecorded Sequences

   Cool Websites and Tools [May 11th 2013]

 

Gilisoft Video Converter – There are plenty of occasions where you are going to want to take your videos with you on the road, but Apple, Sony and many other companies limit the kinds of video files their devices can play, and converter is the easiest way to solve this problem without getting too far into hacking your devices. Gilisoft Video Converter is a great option for anyone looking to do video conversion. Read more: Gilisoft Video Converter: Convert All Kinds Of Video Formats [Windows] (Free Licences)

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [May 11th 2013]

 

Hiss – There are many Mac computer owners who have already loaded the developer view of Mac OS X 10.8 onto their computer. If so, you have already explored the Notification Center. But apart from notifications of basic apps, you must open up Growl for everything else. Here to help with this inconvenience is Hiss. Read more: Hiss: Growl Notifications Integrated Into Your Mac Notification Center

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [May 11th 2013]

 

Papyrus Editor – Getting a book published is not an easy task. Apart from the enormous task of getting a publisher, there are other details to worry about. Thankfully in this modern age we can create eBooks that give the book writer full control. If you are looking for a competent web service that helps you create eBooks, you should check out Papyrus Editor. Read more: Papyrus Editor: A Web Service To Create Your eBook In PDF, Mobi & ePub File Formats

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [May 11th 2013]

 

Floating YouTube Popup Video – If you’re a big fan of YouTube and own an Android device running version 2.2 and above then Floating YouTube Popup Video might just appeal to you. That mouthful of a name gives the main function away – to enable you to watch YouTube from a floating player while doing other things. No longer will an incoming text message or email interrupt your video experience. Read more: Floating YouTube Popup Video For Android: Watch YouTube Without Being Interrupted

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [May 11th 2013]

 

Magic 101 – Learning magic is not for the faint hearted. It takes time and persistence to master a trick. So what’s better than having a magic teacher in your pocket? Magic 101 is an iOS app that will let you discover basic and advanced magic tricks you can perform in front of your friends. It has an exhaustive library of free and in-app purchased tricks. Read more: Magic 101: Teach Yourself Magic Tricks [iPhone]

 

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3 Comments -

Rama moorthy

my videos floating now .! :P

David Moreira

I have used Magic 101 before to learn some card tricks, they are really good.

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haha the music maker jam is pretty neat although i use logic pro an actual daw XD