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|TableDrum – Virtual drumming on smartphones has been enjoyed by many iPhone users. But the phone’s screen is often too small to drum comfortably. Here to offer a new and better type of virtual drumming is an application called TableDrum, an amazing iPhone application that introduces a new way to drum virtually. Read more: TableDrum: Cool Virtual Drumming App For iPhone|
|CircuitBee – If you have ever tried to share an electronic circuit schematic online, you will understand that it is not an easy thing. The best options are usually a JPG image or a PDF document but they both lack any kind of interactivity. CircuitBee is a web service that lets you upload your schematics. Read more: CircuitBee: Upload & Share Electronic Circuit Diagrams|
|PicStitch – Photos become more meaningful when they are put in context. PicStitch lets you do that by easily creating collages on your iPad and iPhone devices. Simply choose the photos you want to make a collage with and then select one of the 27 layout options. You can also do light editing like pan, rotate, zoom, mirror or flip the image. Once created, your collage can be exported as a high resolution image. Read more: PicStitch: Create Photo Collages On Your iPad Or iPhone|
|Doro PDF Writer – Creating a simple PDF document in Windows isn’t a difficult task. You could do it with Word; save the document as a PDF and it’ll create a PDF file. Even from Google Docs, you could download as PDF. However, when it comes to additional options like password protection and all, you need a tool like Doro PDF Writer. Read more: Doro PDF Writer: Create Password Protected PDF Files Easily [Windows]|
|Google Related – Google has come up with a neat Chrome extension called Google Related that, as the name suggests, lets you find related content when you are browsing the web. It appears as a thin toolbar at the bottom of the screen when you are on a site for which Google has some related content to show.|
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