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Turn your readers into listeners with the most realistic text to speech app on the market

There used to be a time when, if you heard someone talking to themselves in the street or on their commute to work, you'd steer well clear of them. These days you've gotta reckon that they are talking to their mums, their friends or their work colleagues. They either have headphones on or those strange little buds coming out of their ears that look like cigarettes. I swear that aliens would have a field day if we were ever invaded. But, of course, it's all part of the software revolution that's changing the way we live. Over the course of a very short time we've moved from reading books ...  More

Blakify Apr 23rd 2021

Keep track and in contact with your remote workers during the pandemic ... and afterwards

There has been much discussion over the last year or so about the disruption that has been caused to workers since the pandemic really took hold. Some have lost their jobs completely, some have been working reduced hours and some have been asked to work from home. From the conversations that I've had with people over this time it seems that many are happy to do the latter. However, they've also told me that they tend to work more hours per day than if they were working in the office. Now that many businesses have discovered that abandoning their offices and having their team working ...  More

mySwitchboard Apr 9th 2021

Help your kids learn and understand mathematics by turning it into a series of games

In his book 'The Outliers,' author Malcolm Gladwell talks about how Asian students  seem to fare better than the rest of the world at mathematics. When you look at the OECD's PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) ratings you'll see that China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea all come in higher than the UK, Germany, Australia and the US. He offers a number of suggestions as to why this should be including the controversial idea that Asian students tend to work harder. I tend to think that, as much as anything else, we westerners look upon mathematics ...  More

Mathematical Run Apr 7th 2021

Analyze and understand your business data to grow and compete with big business

This is such an important time for businesses around the world. The last year or so has ripped the heart out of many viable establishments. Some have managed to hang in there while others have gone to the dogs. Many of the ones that have survived have done so by sheer luck but there are plenty that have worked hard at it, got their business plans in order and have managed to wrestle their way back into the market. Could they use a bit of help? You bet they could. Many of the larger companies have a whole team of business analysts helping them out. They can see what they are doing right and ...  More

Benchmark App Mar 24th 2021

Take a moment out of your day to refresh and relax with this meditation app

Even in a normal year, our day-to-day living can be so hectic that surely we could all benefit from having a little calmness and tranquility in our lives from time to time. However, given the lives that we are leading now, I would think that it would become even more essential. While the rest of the world goes mad with the stresses of life, meditative people seem to be much calmer, much more centered and seem to be able to cope with most things that the world throws at them.   More

Trasa ~ Free your mind... Mar 23rd 2021

An easier way of dealing with Git GUI that will save you time and money...and your hair

I've often wondered why so many of my software developing male friends have little or no hair. I've come to the conclusion that it's caused by years of frustration when creating code. Just when you think you've got everything sorted you make one mistake and you've lost a whole day's work. What's most frustrating is that it may not be the specific thing that you're working on that causes the problem, but it may be a consequence of the action that you choose. It's a bit like that story that Stephen King wrote in his book about going back in time to kill the guy that would end up ...  More

Vershd Mar 19th 2021

A unique video editing app that takes photo editing into the video world

You might have noticed that FeedMyApp has reviewed a couple of similar looking apps to this one recently. YouCam Perfect is a top of the range photo editing app that helps create beautiful selfies and we admired it greatly while YouCam Makeup is a feature packed virtual cosmetic kit where you can find your new beauty look. The third app in the series is YouCam Video. This one is a video editing app for iOS that takes the photo editing theme into the video world. This easy-to-use app is a unique video editor that lets users edit portrait-style video footage and turn faces, bodies and ...  More

YouCam Video Mar 12th 2021

State-of-the-art makeup cam that lets you try out a myriad of face and hair colors and stylings

You might have seen a recent review in FeedMyApp for an Android and iOS app called YouCam Perfect which is a state-of-the-art photo editing app that takes your selfies to a different level. Well, here we have a companion app that's designed to do the same thing for your makeup. YouCam Makeup is the world's number one virtual beauty app with over 300 million downloads so far. Featuring an interactive augmented reality camera, it demonstrates how your face would look as you try out new and trending products and makeup styles with just a click on your smartphone or tablet.   More

YouCam Makeup Mar 10th 2021

The best cam app for beautifying yourself and making the perfect selfie

The invention of the camera phone has revolutionised the way we use our mobile devices in the 2000s. In the golden days of the flip phone, our phones were purely a communication device, but these days they are a combination of phone, messaging device, music player and an address / phone book as well as a walking encyclopaedia of knowledge. However, probably the biggest change has been our ability to take great photos on our devices. In many cases, the camera in your smartphone is of a higher quality than a stand-alone camera. And, if there's one thing that defines the 2000s and our ...  More

YouCam Perfect Mar 10th 2021

The QWERTY keyboard system is 150 years old and it could be time to improve it

Now here's an app that might take a little while to get our heads around but stick with me people because it could change your life. Check out your keyboard. Can you see any rhyme or reason why the letters are set out the way that they are? It's known as the QWERTY keyboard because, as you'll notice up in the top left hand corner, they are the first six letters of the set. It was originally designed for Latin-script alphabets back in 1873 for the Sholes and Gidden typewriter before being sold to Remington and Sons. It was so complicated that people had to go to typewriter school to learn ...  More

Pouces Mar 5th 2021

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