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|GamesOnline – This is a free to use web service that offers you numerous Flash games to play. You can start by visiting the website and then picking out the category of games you are interested in. You will find the games sorted into Action, Adventure, Arcade, Brutal, Cards, Fighting, For Girls, Funny, Logical, Observation, Racing, Rest, Shooting, Sports, and Strategic. Read more: GamesOnline: A Large Collection Of Online Flash Games For You To Play|
|Loopcam – The name of the application is pretty much self-explanatory: Loopcam is an application for the iOS devices that allow people to make GIF using their iPhone and iOS device cameras. You have probably seen many GIF format files on the Internet. As the app developers would state it, “a GIF is a short animation made of your photos”. Read more: Loopcam: Simple Way To Create GIF Loop [iOS]|
|BananaTag – brings a revolutionary concept to your very footsteps. BananaTag not only allows users to tag and track their emails but it also analyzes them and shows the whole summary using a graph. This graph shows you a complete detail of the emails you sent, the number of people who clicked it and the ones who opened it. Read more: BananaTag: Easily Track & Analyze Your Emails|
|The Image Language – There are numerous funning web tools popping online every day. The most enjoyable of these tools are the ones that you can use with your friends. A tool that falls into this category is “The Image Language”, a free to use online tool that codes your sentences using Google Images. Read more: The Image Language: Translate Your Sentences Into Google Images|
|DjRun – When you are walking or exercising, a bit of music playing in the background always contributes to getting you in the exercising mindset. What would really help is if the music changed its tempo according to how fast you walked or ran. Here to help do that is a phone app called DjRun, a free to use smartphone application for Android devices. Read more: DjRun: Automatically Adjust The Tempo Of Your Phone’s Music as You Jog|
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