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Why pay for photoshop when this superior background removal tool for photos is free and automatic

Chances are, if you want to do something like removing the background from a photograph, you're going to use something like one of the many versions of photoshop. The problem there is that it could cost you hundreds of dollars per year and you'll have a whole lot of features that you will rarely use. The very cheapest version I found when researching was ten bucks per month. So, I'm sure it'll please the many marketers, web designers, photographers, ecommerce sellers and freelancers out there that what we have here is a top of the range online background remover and its absolutely free ...  More

FocoClipping 10 hours ago

Illustrate your texting emotions using snippets of your favorite songs

It never ceases to amaze me that we can remember so many of the lyrics from the songs that we've grown up with. It's also quite interesting that we can relate many of those songs that mean so much to us in specific moments in our life. Whether it be our first date, a fantastic holiday memory, that trip to Glastonbury or our first love, music is an emotional and vital part of our lives. So it makes complete sense to bring that musicality into our texting life to illustrate the things that we want to say.  More

LyriText Sep 14th 2021

Valkyrie removes the need for software engineers in 3D/AR creation with no coding needed

The main holdback for many 3D/AR modelers and designers is the fact that there are generally two components needed to create things like applications, prototypes and games. On the one side there's the creatives or designers who come up with the concept in the first place. Then there are the software engineers. They're the ones that bring the designer's vision to fruition. Both sides are needed. Unfortunately, it's rare that you find a designer that is also a software engineer or vice versa and that's where the problems begin. Given the fact that engineers are in short supply around the ...  More

Valkyrie No-Code Creative Platform Sep 6th 2021

Add and create new content for your RSS feeds as you surf websites

Back in 2016, FlipRSS was created as an aid to content producers around the world to make it easy for them to gather together great content to send automated multi-RSS email campaigns to their subscribers. It has proven to be a godsend for many marketers. Now they've gone one step further by introducing SnipRSS to the collection.  More

SnipRSS Sep 4th 2021

Make money everytime you post something on your social media accounts

Pretty much everyone has a mobile phone these days and we are all on them for a lot of time during the day and night. We are taking photos and videos, sharing posts and news events, writing blogs etc and posting them on our many social networks. So why not make a little money while we are doing it? Paybookclub is an app for Android where you can keep socializing in exactly the same way that you do right now but it enables you to monetize your posts as well. That means that you can now make money all day and all of the night if you want to.  More

Paybookclub - Encash media you share free everyday Aug 28th 2021

Get your Rubberducky to the top of the leaderboard with this fun runnergame

It's kinda hard to believe that, considering just how far back computer games go, the runner game is a relatively new phenomenon. The first real endless runner game is generally considered to be a game called Canabalt back in 2009 but you can go back a few years to see its inspiration in a Korean game called Nom. Having said that however, my older gaming friends insist that they used to play something not dissimilar to a runner way back in the 80's. Anyway, now that we're in 2021 there have been a whole heap of runner games and they just keep getting better and better.  More

Rubberduck Journey Aug 24th 2021

Create different profiles for all the people in your many social media accounts

The relationships that we have with the people around us changes depending on who they are. For example, the things we tell our grandparents aren't necessarily the same things that we would tell our best friends. Likewise, the things we tell our family probably aren't the things that we want our boss at work to know. Yet all could quite easily feature in one of our social media accounts and there are a hell of a lot of them these days. So, how can we ensure an element of privacy between ourselves and those very different people that are part of our daily circle of acquaintances?  More

Merg Aug 17th 2021

A manual for calm and relaxation for the modern day pregnant woman

"I can't believe it was that easy!" Those were the first words that my partner offered up after the birth of our daughter. Yeah, I understand that all births aren't going to be that easy but we had done all our homework, read heaps of great material, been to all the classes and done all the exercises to ensure the best outcome. We had got ourselves into a relaxed and calm state, had the best advice and a great midwife and, amazingly enough, everything went according to plan. For most people, a lot of this advice comes from visits to birth classes but now, in the digital age, there are some ...  More

Hypnobirthing : HappyPregnant.mom Aug 12th 2021

Keep in touch with your friends and send gifts directly from your phone all from one place.

As I'm sure we all know, this last couple of years has been rather trying when it comes to catching up with our friends and loved ones around the globe. Some may be just up the road, some on the other side of the country and others may be on the other side of the world. Unfortunately, it's not as easy to meet up in person now as it might have been in better days. Even when we can't visit, we try to keep up in other ways - by sending cards and emails or by phone or text - but we are busy people and it's not easy to remember everything. What we need is a damned good social organizer to ...  More

Gift World Aug 1st 2021

Create the perfect resume for the best jobs with just a few clicks

The author Malcolm Gladwell detailed an experiment in his book What The Dog Saw some years back regarding the misnomer of the job interview. While some employers went through the whole business of an hour long interview (and sometimes multiple interviews) to find the right person for the job, there was a definite argument that the same outcome could be achieved with a 15 second video clip of their first meeting. Eventually, he got the same results from a two second clip. From Gladwell's story, one could get the impression that everything comes down to the moment when a candidate walks into ...  More

Kickresume Jul 21st 2021