A few less obvious applications that are worth testing, M.in. Mr. Receipt, Dashlane, Magnus
Mobile phones have long been used only for making calls and sending SMSs. Today, smartphones are small computers that we use to make purchases, organize a day plan, send transfers and monitor expenses. We present a list of several interesting, less obvious mobile applications that are worth testing.
The application converts a mobile device – mobile phone or tablet – in a computer remote control in the form of a wireless mouse, keyboard and touchpad. In addition, it offers a number of specialized control panels, such as Media Remote, which supports iTunes, VLC, Windows Media Player, Keynote, PowerPoint and Windows Photo Viewer or Remote Web, which supports Chrome, Firefox and Opera browsers. The keyboard supports writing in different languages and has a remote voice writing function. The application also offers a left -handed mouse mode.
The application consists of quick scanning and saving fiscal receipts in one place. Panparagon segregates purchase evidence by category, and every month you can check ready statistics, showing which expenses the most charged your home budget. What’s more.
The application saves passwords, automatically completes forms and stores personal data, synchronized between devices and platforms. It also allows you to create safe passwords using a generator and automatically updates them. The password assessment option allows additional security to monitor account. The VPN network is a great complement to Dashlane, which changes my IP and additionally protects all data saved in the application.
Original alarm clock. After registration, set the time we want to be awake. Another user will call us, ask questions so that we wake up. The connection is automatically interrupted after one minute.
Application for managing tasks in the cloud. It allows you to create a letter of things to do and then share it with other users. Tasks can be added via e-mail and voice. Things to be done are subject to classification based on tags of four expiry levels and are sorted at your discretion – after order, date, name or priority.
Application for those interested in art in the form of a database. Just take a photo of a work of art, and Magnus displays details about the picture or sculpture and the artist – gives the title, dimensions, year and price of a given picture – including catalog prices from gallery and auction houses. Auction results from the last century are available, as well as prices from current exhibitions in galleries and auctions.
One of the most interesting, but less known photographs. Enables intentional distortion of photos using typical computer errors. This makes a selfie more attractive with original digital effects, such as VHS, three -dimensional, many non -standard effects of a magic mirror. In addition, the application allows you to change basic effects such as brightness, contrast, saturation, blur or temperature.