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|Dice Simulator – Dice are not only a key aspect of many board games, but they also let you generate random numbers. For either use, if you do not have dice but need to roll them, check out a website called Dice Simulator, a free to use web tool that lets you easily simulate dice rolls. All you have to select the number of dice from 1 to 6. Read more: DiceSimulator: Roll Virtual Dice Online|
|Doodle.ly – Doodling to pass the time is something we have all done. But if your doodles are really creative perhaps it is time to share them with the world. This can be done easily if you doodle using a site called Doodle.ly, a free to use web tool that lets you create online doodles. You can create all sorts of doodles. Read more: Doodle.ly: Create Doodles Online & Share Them With The World|
|NoteRec – People responsible for taking notes at meetings usually use diaries to record the minutes. But it can often be difficult to later recall which part of the meeting a particular note belongs to. Here to help you in this regard is an Android phone app called NoteRec, which lets you record the audio of your meetings and take notes during the recording using your phone. Read more: NoteRec: Record Meeting Audio & Take Notes [Android 2.1+]|
|– is a light platform that lets you be more social with your contacts. To start with, you can use Flup to create an awesome contact page where you can list your profile details and include links to all your social media profiles like Facebook, Twitter and Google. You can add contacts to Flup by sending them invites.|
|ScreenChomp – is an iPad app that gives you a simple whiteboard with some markers to draw with your touches and taps. However, whatever you do is recorded through the app so you can share it with the world. It is a great way to create and share tutorials or do a hundred other things. In addition to the whiteboard, you can also use an image from your iPad camera. Read more: ScreenChomp: Create Whiteboard Videos On Your iPad|
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