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Learn Italian Fast and Easy 1.1
Just by saying “pizza” or “pasta” youcanalready imagine Italy itself.Even if the country is small compared to US, Russia, Cina,andothers, it has so much history, art, and music that are wellknowneverywhere in the world. The beautiful architecture of theoldromans still stand strong by these days.The influence of the Italian language in music can already beseenby words like “forte”, “orchestra”, “solo”. But, even if youdon’tknow anything about these things, you can learn Italianlanguage.I’m sure you’ve heard about “ciao” or “buongiorno”. AndI’m prettysure you’ve heard about “mamma mia” somewhere inmovies.A lot of scientific words you find in English are really closetothe Italian equivalents because they all derive from theLatinlanguage.The Italian pronunciation is really simple: every letterispronounced exactly as you see it. Not like in English, weretheletters have different pronunciation depending on where thelettersare placed.It’s true that Italian language has a lot of conjugations,alreadystarting by gender and plural. But with this app you willlearnItalian the easy way so you can communicate and already makesimplesentences, plus some vocabulary at the end of each lessonthat youcan already use!
Magic Ascii Fun Camera 1.1.2
Magic Ascii Fun Camera generates images inrealtime from whatever your camera is pointing at, either in grayscale,in the primary colors or in full color. Instead of a normalimagemade of pixels, each area will have a coloured letter of theLatinalphabet or another ASCII character.You can also create ASCII versions of pictures in yourgallery,and optionally have ASCII versions automatically generatedeverytime you take a picture with the standard camera app.
Celebrities Without Eyebrows 2.0
It may seem easy enough but an MIT study hasshown that the most recognizable feature of a person's face is hisor her eyebrows? Indeed it is harder to identify a famous facewithout eyebrows than it is to recognize one without eyes.This fun game will test your ability to identify faces witheyebrows removed of the most famous celebrities in film andsports.This app also has a website with fun celebrity without eyebrowsquizzes and games and you can find it here http://www.celebritieswithouteyebrowsgame.com/We love to hear your feedback, if you want anything change oradded into the just let us know.
Book Apps: The Inner Flame 3.0
This scarce antiquarian book is afacsimilereprint of the original. Due to its age, it maycontainimperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia andflawedpages. Because we believe this work is culturally important,wehave made it available as part of our commitment forprotecting,preserving, and promoting the world's literature inaffordable,high quality, modern editions that are true to theoriginal work.Excerpt from The Inner Flame a NovelSoft snowflakes whirled around the lonely mountain cabin underaNovember sky. The wind that had rushed up the valley sighingandgroaning between the wooded walls, now roared its wild delightinthe freedom of the heights. The twilight was deepening fast.Twowomen were alone in the cabin. The one who was at home stoopedandput another log on the blazing fire. The other could nothavestooped, no matter how willing her spirit, so straitlyandfashionably was her ample figure bound by artful boneandsteel."Mercy, Mary!" she ejaculated, standing stock still in themiddleof the room, fixed there by a triumphant shriek of therioting wind."I never had the least desire to go up in anaeroplane. Are you wellanchored here?"
Chess Game Viewer 2.00
Shane's Chess Information Database GameViewerallows you download and replay and review tournament chessgames.The app connects to Shane's Chess Information Database which isapopular application for viewing and maintaining huge databasesofchess games.This is an open source app and the code can be found here:https://github.com/DeadOnD/Chess-Game-ViewerWe are looking for suggestions on how to improve the app.Pleasesend your features request to email@example.com will do our best.
Arrow Hero 0.0.1
About this gameArrow hero is a minimalist game where your goal is to match yourinputs with an unstoppable continuous overwhelming flow ofarrows.This means that if you have more than one consecutive you onlyhave to press once to validate both.You win when you manage to make a score you are proud of.This game was originally created by Jérémy Graziani and he waskind enough to place it under MIT license.You can find the original code here https://github.com/AcelisWeaven/arrow-hero.This mobile version's purpose is to extend the game from userfeedback
Learn Tagalog Fast 1.1
I believe conversational Tagalog should beeasy to learn and that you can have fun doing it.You already know 50% of it!The course makes heavy use of Taglish, i.e. Tagalog + English,which is commonly spoken in the Philippines. This will allow you toquickly engage with local speakers in a confident manner.I hate long lists of verbs, adjectives and nouns to learn. Thisis the most ineffective way of learning the basics: it's slow,boring and painful. The best way to learn a language is to startspeaking it. This is what I focus on.The goal of this app is to build your confidence and get youbeginning to speak and converse with Filipinos. The great thingabout Tagalog is that generally any attempt to speak Tagalog is metwith great enthusiasm and a big smile from the recipient even ifyou make a mistake and sound silly. You won't be judged for makingmistakes so relax and start making some!Filipinos very often speak Taglish, this is a combination ofTagalog and English though without formally defined rules.
Chords Finder 1.0
Fetch the chords, add capo, and transpose thechords of your favorite songs.//Aboutthis appThe main purpose in transposing music is to change key: to makethe music easier to sing, to make it easier to play instrumentally,or to affect an intended mood by changing the pitch and/ortone.Musicians commonly use a capo to raise the pitch of a frettedinstrument so they can play in a different key using the samefingerings as playing open (i.e., without a capo). In effect, acapo uses a fret of an instrument to create a new nut at a highernote than the instrument's actual nut.You can save and load chords into and from your device.Click on a chord to see the suggested guitar fingering. Multiplefingerings are shown, with the most common one first.//About this projectThis is free and open-source software and this app was publishedin order to take your suggestion to make it more useful, so if youlike this app please let us know what feature would you likw added(feedback/review).You can find the source code for this app here. All new featureswill be here:https://github.com/DeadOnD/Chord-FinderThis project was forked from the original which is here:https://github.com/nolanlawson/ChordReaderRoot
Book Apps: Pride and Prejudice 1.0
Pride and Prejudice is a novel of mannersbyJane Austen, first published in 1813. The story follows themaincharacter, Elizabeth Bennet, as she deals with issues ofmanners,upbringing, morality, education, and marriage in thesociety of thelanded gentry of the British Regency. Elizabeth isthe second offive daughters of a country gentleman, Mr. Bennet,living inLongbourn.Page 2 of a letter from Jane Austen to her sister Cassandra (11June1799) in which she first mentions Pride and Prejudice, usingitsworking title First Impressions. (NLA)Set in England in the late 18th century, Pride and Prejudicetellsthe story of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet's five unmarried daughtersaftertwo gentlemen have moved into their neighbourhood: the richandeligible Mr. Bingley, and his status-conscious friend, theevenmore rich and eligible Mr. Darcy. While Bingley takes animmediateliking to the eldest Bennet daughter, Jane, Darcy isdisdainful oflocal society and repeatedly clashes with the Bennets'livelysecond daughter, Elizabeth.Pride and Prejudice retains a fascination for modernreaders,continuing near the top of lists of "most loved books". Ithasbecome one of the most popular novels in Englishliterature,selling over 20 million copies, and receivesconsiderable attentionfrom literary scholars. Likewise, it haspaved the way forarchetypes that abound in many contemporaryliterature of our time.Modern interest in the book has resulted ina number of dramaticadaptations and an abundance of novels andstories imitatingAusten's memorable characters or themes.
Sound Therapy 1
Binaural Beats stimulates your brain bysending special auditory artifacts directly into your headphones toproduce subtle changes in behavior through entertainment ofbrainwaves frequency. Brain activity operates in waves whosefrequency can be encouraged to change by the sound waves producedin the app.
Learn Italian Fast 1.3
Italian is the official language of Italyandone of the four official languages in Switzerland. You’llfindItalian speakers in Malta, Vatican State, San Marino,Croatia,lovenia and France (especially in Corsica)Italian is also the second most spoken language in Argentina.Ithas however seen a decline in the African countries of EritreaandLibya, which used to be Italian coloniesThe historic influence of Italian culture in terms ofmusic,food, architecture, design, literature and science isveryprominent in other languagesHave you ever said ciao?Have you eaten al fresco, ordered a pizza, spaghetti, broccolioracappuccino?Fiasco and propaganda are also of Italian origin.Even if you’re not an opera fan, you might be familiarwithmaestro,orchestra, piano and solo. You might even sing acappellain your shower!Other words have a different spelling, but they are stillveryclose to English and you can figure out their meaning, suchasteatro, cattedrale or caffèWith Italian, si legge come si scrive, it’s read as it’s writtenso,helpfully, it looks similar to how it soundsPronunciation is clear with every vowel distinctly enunciatedandthesing-song intonation makes sounds easier to identify.Vocabularyis similar to other languages of Latin originNouns can be masculine or feminine and, as a result, adjectivesneedto agree with them. There are six endings for each verbtenseAlthough certain aspects of the language can seem trickyatfirst, grasp some simple rules and you’ll be able to communicateina variety of situations
Bubble Level 1.9.5
Hold any of the phone's four sides against anobject to test it for level or plumb, or lay it down on a flatsurface for a 360° level.- Calibrate- Show angle or inclination- Sound effects- Install on SD- Orientation locking- Roof pitch- No Internet access required- Open source- Over 11,000,000 downloads
Learn Tagalog Fast and Easy 2.1
For the last 8 years, I’ve beeninteractingwith Filipinos in Tagalog & TagLish in offices, inthe street,in themall, while climbing mountains, hiking...and I've lovedeveryminute.I’ve been bartering, asking for directions, asking abouttheirfamily, learning about their culture, asking fordiscounts, making them laugh. And...I’ve loved every minute.Conversational Tagalog is incredible, it’s fun, it’s aprivilegeto be able to interact on such a personal level ina language Filipinos feel comfortable with.The course material is built 100% from the ground-up based onmyexperience as a foreigner learning Tagalog and istaught by native Filipinos.I believe conversational Tagalog should be easy to learn andthatyou can have fun doing it. You already know 50%of it!The course makes heavy use of Taglish, i.e. Tagalog +English,which is commonly spoken in the Philippines. Thiswill allow you to quickly engage with local speakers inaconfident manner.I hate long lists of verbs, adjectives and nouns to learn.Thisis the most ineffective way of learning the basics:it's slow, boring and painful. The fastest and easiest waytolearn a new language is to start speaking it. This iswhat we will focus on.The difference with our approach is that we focusonconversational Tagalog — useful words, phrases, grammaticalconstructions that you can use to communicate immediatelywithnative speakers. We focus less on memorizing listsof words and more on speaking from day one.The goal of this course is to build your confidence and getyoubeginning to speak and converse with Filipinos. Thegreat thing about Tagalog is that generally any attempt tospeakit is met with great enthusiasm and a big smilefrom the recipient even if you make a mistake and soundsilly.You won't be judged for making mistakes so relax andstart making some!Not everyone has a native speaker to practice with so we setupaSkype group. Find firstname.lastname@example.org onSkype to participate in practice sessions.-------A few examples of what you will learn from this course:Breaking the ice - Short phrases that can quickly establishgoodrapport, make Filipinos laugh and enjoy a relaxedinteraction!Being polite - Politeness is one of the characteristicsFilipinosare known for. You'll learn how to say 'po' and'opo' and how to insert them in every sentence and to usethirdperson pronouns to indicate politeness.Most useful and common pronouns - Before learning thephrasesyou'll master the different pronouns to make yousufficient at structuring Tagalog sentences!Giving commands and invitations - The two useful Taqalogwordsthat you can use to give out commands and invitepeople to an activity. This is very helpful inside the office,athome, and while commuting!Describing what you want or like - Two easy Tagalog wordstobetter express your likes and dislikes. Very usefulwhen placing an order in a restaurant, or asking for youreveryneed.Suggesting alternatives - Describe what you want to do orwhereyou want to go instead. Useful for giving your ownopinion, and making adjustments in meeting andconversations.Asking basic questions - Using the Tagalog equivalent ofWhere,What, and Why and linking them with pronouns.Useful for asking directions, ordering in a restaurant,andasking for a persons's basic information.Past, present, and future tense - An easy way to learn how touseTagalog affixes in every verb in order todescribe any activity more fittingly!Stating what you have or don't have - Using two words to stateifyou have or don't have something. Very useful inevery setting.
Book Apps: Alice in Wonderland 1.0
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland(commonlyshortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 novel writtenbyEnglish mathematician Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under thepseudonymLewis Carroll. It tells of a girl named Alice fallingthrough arabbit hole into a fantasy world populated bypeculiar,anthropomorphic creatures. The tale plays with logic,giving thestory lasting popularity with adults as well as withchildren. Itis considered to be one of the best examples of theliterarynonsense genre. Its narrative course and structure,characters andimagery have been enormously influential in bothpopular cultureand literature, especially in the fantasygenre.Alice was published in 1865, three years after CharlesLutwidgeDodgson and the Reverend Robinson Duckworth rowed a boat uptheIsis on 4 July 1862 (this popular date of the "goldenafternoon"might be a confusion or even another Alice-tale, forthatparticular day was cool, cloudy, and rainy) with the threeyoungdaughters of Henry Liddell (the Vice-Chancellor ofOxfordUniversity and Dean of Christ Church): Lorina CharlotteLiddell(aged 13, born 1849, "Prima" in the book's prefatory verse);AlicePleasance Liddell (aged 10, born 1852, "Secunda" in theprefatoryverse); Edith Mary Liddell (aged 8, born 1853, "Tertia" intheprefatory verse).The journey began at Folly Bridge in Oxford and ended 3 miles (5km)north-west in the village of Godstow. During the trip, Dodgsontoldthe girls a story that featured a bored little girl namedAlice whogoes looking for an adventure. The girls loved it, andAlice Liddellasked Dodgson to write it down for her. He beganwriting themanuscript of the story the next day, although thatearliest versionno longer exists. The girls and Dodgson tookanother boat trip amonth later when he elaborated the plot to thestory of Alice, andin November he began working on the manuscriptin earnest.To add the finishing touches, he researched natural history fortheanimals presented in the book, and then had the book examinedbyother children—particularly the children of George MacDonald.Headded his own illustrations but approached John Tennieltoillustrate the book for publication, telling him that the storyhadbeen well liked by children.On 26 November 1864, he gave Alice the handwritten manuscriptofAlice's Adventures Under Ground, with illustrations byDodgsonhimself, dedicating it as "A Christmas Gift to a Dear ChildinMemory of a Summer's Day". Some, including MartinGardner,speculate that there was an earlier version that wasdestroyedlater by Dodgson when he wrote a more elaborate copy byhand.But before Alice received her copy, Dodgson was already preparingitfor publication and expanding the 15,500-word original to27,500words, most notably adding the episodes about the CheshireCat andthe Mad Tea-Party.