FlipQuiz – was created to provide educators with a quick way to create gameshow-style boards for test reviews in the classroom. Traditionally, these are created (tediously) using posterboard, chalkboards, or dry-erase markers on an overhead slide. The review questions are usually even written on a separate sheet of paper. With FlipQuiz, questions are displayed on-screen and boards are saved for later use.
Slapshot – is the easiest way to remember things you’d normally forget. Just type and close the app. Slapshot will email you exactly what you wrote 12 hours later. Regular note-taking is admirable. But having to remember to look back later doesn’t work; most of the time we forget. Outsource having to remember to Slapshot. Focus on ideas, not fumbling with your phone.
Spell Up – is a new voice-powered game that can help improve your English. Using a combination of different web technologies, the Chrome browser will understand what you say and use it to control the game action. There’s nothing to download and no need for any new plug-ins. Just speak to play. Along the way, you can earn medals and coins to activate power-ups.
Gymsurfing – is the fitness app for travelers. Book discount gym passes while you’re on the road, and never worry about how you’re going to work out while traveling again. Browse a list of gyms wherever you are, and book workouts as needed for as low as $5 per session. No contracts, no commitment, no hard sells to buy a membership. Discount weekly and monthly passes at many participating gyms.
Hands Free for Chrome – is a Chrome extension to browse the web using only your voice. Free to download and use, a microphone is required. Hands Free can scroll around, click things, navigate to particular webpages, go back or forward in your browsing history, enter text into forms, check and uncheck checkboxes, zoom in and out, open and close tabs, refresh the page, and more.