Cool Websites and Tools [November 6th 2012]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [November 6th 2012]

 

MindMaple – Do you find that you have so many tasks that you get overwhelmed? We’ve all been there. As a writer with a slew of projects, I know I can have a hard time remembering what is due when. MindMaple is a program designed to help you manage all those difficult tasks in the most efficient way possible. Read more: MindMaple: Make A Mind Map & Get Organized

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SynciOS – Are you looking for an alternative to iTunes for copying all kinds of files to your iOS device? If you want another way to copy apps, music, eBooks and more to your device without iTunes, SynciOS is an awesome option. It is packed full of features designed to make managing your device as simple as possible. Read more: SynciOS: Alternative Transfer Solution Between iOS Devices & PC

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 6th 2012]

 

Nihongo Master – To learn Japanese, you need resources that are extremely explanatory and guide you properly at every step of the way. Perhaps the best way would be to learn from a native Japanese speaker but if that is not possible, then the internet is here to help: simply visit a website called Nihongo Master. Read more: Nihongo Master: An Excellent Website To Help You Learn Japanese

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 6th 2012]

 

Share as Image – (previously called Pin A Quote) is a service that allows you to save text from the Internet and highlight it in the form of images. Available in free and Pro versions, Share As Image is basically a bookmarklet that can be installed on any browser. The free version is very basic, offering a single font and no choice of color. Read more: Share As Image: Share Text From Anywhere On The Web As An Image [Web]

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 6th 2012]

 

Autorap – Rapping is not only about saying the lyrics really fast – it is about keeping up the beat as well as according to the background track. If you have ever tried rapping to music, you probably already know. Here to help you rap with a beat is an application called AutoRap, a free to use smartphone application that is compatible with iOS devices. Read more: AutoRap: An App That Speeds Your Speech As Rap Songs [iOS]

 

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13 Comments -

shamim

Fantastic post and thanks to share…..

Boni Oloff

SyncIOS looks interesting, but what makes it better than iTunes?

Aibek Esengulov

it’s an alternative ). Some would consider it better, but some would still prefer to use iTunes no matter what.

Lisa Santika Onggrid

Share as Image is interesting despite the limitations.
And if you happen to prefer more minimalistic GUI, Blumind is a good alternative to Maplemind.

Terafall

Nihongo Master is great

Nikhil Chandak

Share As Image is a good one …

Boni Oloff

At least i can get the Lacie Cookeys Limited Edition. I hope i will receive them soon.
And let you know boys how cool is that.

But why the web still say 1 left even i already change my 8000 points ?
I think i got the last one of the 20.

Tina

Boni,

There may have been a delay in the listing of availability.

shaurya gupta

Hey , can you post some place like nihongo master where we can learn french…

Jeff

I’ve used both the MindMaple product for my PC and their MindMapleHD app for my iPad. Both have worked great for me and the kids in my classroom. It sure allows not only me, but also my students to be more organized in and out of the classroom. It’s also amazing how quickly a bunch of 12 year olds have picked up on mind mapping software! I hate to admit it, but when I was their age, I would have been one lost child!

SynciOS looks interesting and I may give it a try, but I am guessing it will not be quite as intuitive as iTunes, which I know like the back of my hand by now!

Jeff

Aibek Esengulov

thanks for the input!

Debra Beshears

Going to try Share As Image. Thanks for the article.