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Category: Software

Virtual Chorded Keyboard for Tablets: Piano Prose

Virtual Chorded Keyboard for Tablets: Piano Prose
Touch-based interfaces have generally made it easier for the user to interact with devices, but that’s not the case when it comes to typing. Virtual on-screen keyboards have small keys, provide no tactile feedback and take up a significant amount of the screen.

Cinemagram: Like Instagram for Animated GIFs

Cinemagram: Like Instagram for Animated GIFs
There has been a revival of interest in animated GIFs since you can make some fun stylized animations with them. Some of the more recent stuff is pretty interesting, which is probably why the Cinemagram app was just released for iOS devices.

Skyrim Creation Kit Now Available: Modders, Start Your PCs

Skyrim Creation Kit Now Available: Modders, Start Your PCs
It’s been several months since Skyrim was released, so I understand if some people who bought the game are getting bored or have moved on to other games. Or you know, life. But now that developer Bethesda Game Studios has released the Skyrim Creation Kit, it’s only a matter of time before a ton of new content for the game dragonshouts your time away.

TypeWay App for iPad Adapts the Keyboard to Your Typing Style

TypeWay App for iPad Adapts the Keyboard to Your Typing Style
When I type using my iPad, I become a one-finger typer. I usually type with at least four to five fingers when I’m using a regular keyboard, so that’s saying something. Instead of being able to bang out sixty-five words a minute, I’m now limited to approximately just somewhere around the fifteen word mark.

Olly and Molly: Smell and Taste Your Tweets

Olly and Molly: Smell and Taste Your Tweets
People are always trying to figure out ways to make the internet more tangible, and one of the more common ways to do this is to build devices that interact with Twitter or Facebook in some way.

RealMac Clear for iPhone: Task Management Made Easy, Beautiful

RealMac Clear for iPhone: Task Management Made Easy, Beautiful
I’m a sucker for lists and GTD software, and RealMac Software’s Clear for iPhone looks pretty sweet. Its stupid-simple way of displaying tasks and manipulating them makes it a good option for people who want to keep track of tasks and get them done in a snap.

Google Earth Smooths Out its Rough Edges

Google Earth Smooths Out its Rough Edges
I remember back when Google Earth first launched. I thought it would be cool to see the planet right from my desktop and immediately went to find my house. The area where I live was so blocky and cut together from so many individual photos that it was impossible to make out any detail.

“If I Die” Facebook App Lets You Post One Last Message From Your Grave

“If I Die” Facebook App Lets You Post One Last Message From Your Grave
Some families contact Facebook to have the accounts of their loved ones closed when they pass away. Others just leave them be so contacts can leave comments remembering the life they led and the impact they made on the lives of others.

Glitchr Turns Website Bugs into Art

Glitchr Turns Website Bugs into Art
To be honest, I no longer use Facebook enough to see any bugs. I basically check in and check out, within 10 or 15 minutes or so each time and never leave an open tab. That being said, just like any website, Facebook has got some bugs.

Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D Finally Breaks Out from the Shadows

Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D Finally Breaks Out from the Shadows
If you are a fan of the Metal Gear Solid franchise and have a Nintendo 3DS, Konami has a new game is headed your way. The game is a remake of a PS2 title called Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater.

GameStop Mass Effect 3 Pre-orders Kick Off with Exclusive Content

GameStop Mass Effect 3 Pre-orders Kick Off with Exclusive Content
Of all the games I have played the last few years, some of my favorite titles have been in the Mass Effect series. I really enjoy the way the franchise wraps shooting, adventuring, and RPG elements together to make a seriously slick and entertaining game.

GymPact Makes You Pay for Not Working Out

GymPact Makes You Pay for Not Working Out
If your resolution is to get fit in the new year, but you think you might end up blowing it off, this app might help you. It’s called GymPact and you can get it now for the iPhone.

Poly iPad App Makes You Look Like M… M… M… Max Headroom

Poly iPad App Makes You Look Like M… M… M… Max Headroom
Ever wondered what you might look like if you were trapped inside a computer program? While it’s not exactly what was envisioned in TRON or The Matrix, this iPad app can polygonize almost anything you throw at it, including pictures of yourself.

Fire Emblem Kakusei is Nintendo’s First 3DS Game with Paid DLC

Fire Emblem Kakusei is Nintendo’s First 3DS Game with Paid DLC
Though the company has been set against making customers pay for extra game content, Nintendo has apparently changed its mind. Fire Emblem: Kakusei will be the first game in the 3DS lineup to offer paid downloadable content.

British Prime Minister Runs Country with iPad: There’s an App for That

British Prime Minister Runs Country with iPad: There’s an App for That
British Prime Minister David Cameron will soon take care at least some of his daily business for the UK thanks to a personalized iPad app. It will primarily be used to provide him with real time data on England’s various key statistics.

Fly Your AR.Drone with a Game Controller and Spy on Neighbors More Precisely

Fly Your AR.Drone with a Game Controller and Spy on Neighbors More Precisely
When the Parrot AR.Drone was released, it was supposed to be piloted from an iPhone or Android smartphone. However, that didn’t gel with some users since it’s not as precise as they’d like. Serious AR.Drone geeks have thought about using a game controller from their favorite video game, or even better, a flight-simulator joystick, and have put together various hacks to make this happen.

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