Cut, Copy, Paste, Swap – if you are someone who uses a computer all day, cut, copy and paste are three most important commands. But you may find yourself needing to swap two pieces of text. This introduces a new command – swap. Swap pastes whatever was previously on the clipboard into the area you’ve selected — i.e. ‘swapping’ your selected text with the text currently in the clipboard.
Glean – there are incredible educational lessons all over the web but they’re hard to find. Glean helps find the best ones for students. Hundreds of amazing teachers post educational videos online every day. Glean has structured and organized these videos, tagged them by educational standard, and wrapped them in interactive tools (like Q & A and practice exercises).
Citymapper – are interactive maps of London, Paris, and New York. Using them, you can get directions from point A to point B, as well as get information on various modes of transport, including bus, train, metro, cycles, and ferries. The site also gives Android and iOS apps, for when you are on the move.
ConcertHotels – is a timeline spanning 100 years (1900 – 2000), and which shows music samples from each decade. Just click on a genre, turn your speakers up, and listen. The timeline covers all genres such as punk, rock, pop, blues, country, metal, and experimental.
ScanWritr – is a brand new, easy-to-use professional document scanner and PDF converter that allows users to scan and write on the documents. Simply scan that sheet of paper, then watch as the app’s automatic edge detection does its trick, fill out the blanks, sign it, convert to PDF and send it to the receiver via e-mail, fax, social media etc.