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|Simple Check-In – allows Android users to check in at a particular location through Foursquare. The app lets you chalk out your virtual travel map, earn bonus points and badges as rewards. You can gain direct access to the list of venues available in its directory and check in, making the entire process two taps away. Read more: Simple Check-In: Checking In To Locations With Your Foursquare Account Made Easy [Android]|
|MyFaceWhen – lets you try something a little extra by sending out text messages in animated GIF format. It allows you to record or upload a short video clip and then convert it into an animated GIF image. The result is a part of the Harry Potter stories – a moving picture. Read more: MyFaceWhen: Send Out Animated GIF Text Messages [iPhone]|
|Kate – Linux users have numerous text editors at their disposal. Therefore if you are going to choose a programming text editor for Linux, it must be one that packs a rich set of features. Kate is precisely what you need. It is a free text editor for Linux computers and can be used to edit programming code. Read more: Kate: A Programming Text Editor For Linux Users|
|Video Converter Master – Windows users have numerous software options to convert video formats. But for Mac users the options are not as many, particularly when it comes to apps that support simultaneous video conversions. Among the options for Mac users is a tool called Video Converter Master. You can use it to perform multiple video conversions simultaneously. Read more: Video Converter Master: Perform Simultaneous Video Format Conversions [Mac]|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] Talpic – Every day, we come across numerous interesting sounds and images. It would be quite fun to be able to share these interesting sounds and pictures with other people. Here to help you do precisely that is a smartphone app called Talpic. You can use the app to quickly record sounds and images from your smartdevice and optionally share them with other Talpic users. Read more:|
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