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My image Old Photo – If you believe in the saying “old is gold” then you would probably want to try this Android app called Old Photo. With this app, you can give your photos that old, vintage look making them appear decades old. The app can make that happen in just one click. The photos can get film color, the saturation can be changed and the resulting picture can be quickly shared. Read more: Old Photo: Give Your Photos An Old & Vintage Look [Android]

My image ClickTo – aims to reduce the effort in copying and pasting text of a file to various applications. For example, if you want to select a piece of text from a document and email it to somebody you have to perform a number of small tasks. But ClickTo makes it simple by letting you copy content directly to the desired application. Read more: ClickTo: Copy Paste Items To Specific Applications
My image RoboHash – Are you looking for a cool avatar to set for your new online networking account? Or perhaps a mascot-ish icon for your website? If yes, then you need not look any further thanks to RoboHash – a web tool that helps generate unique robot icons for each piece of text. The text can include alphabets, numbers, and special characters. Read more: RoboHash: Create Unique Robot Avatars Based On The Text You Type
My image UnderTheSite – Webmasters might want to check out which technologies are being used by websites that interest them. You can’t always directly contact the site’s developers and pose them this question. Here to help is a web service called UnderTheSite – a tool to help find out the technologies being used by a site. Read more: UnderTheSite: Discover The Technologies Used By A Website
My image Doc-To-Image – We use Microsoft Office to compose all sorts of documents: text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Sharing these files with people who do not have Microsoft Office installed can be a bit difficult. An effective solution is offered by Doc-To-Image, a free to use web service that converts document files into JPG images.


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