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An application with an extremely interesting idea that will come in handy for anyone who keeps paper notes. The idea is this: you write in your notebook or somewhere else a four-letter or number tag with a hashtag – something like #234A.
Then point your smartphone camera at it, and Papertag will associate it with any digital content you choose: web links, photos, videos, audio recordings, articles, and so on.
For example, you record a lecture at a university on a dictaphone while taking notes at the same time. At the end of the entries, leave the desired note and scan it into Papertag. The next time you reread your notes, capture the tag with your camera and the app will show you what attachments are associated with it.
Papertag doesn't require an account to work. The application is confidential: data does not leave the smartphone and is not uploaded to the cloud.
PapertagDigitalbore OUPrice: Free
2. House with Alice
An application from Yandex for creating your own smart home. It allows you to control smart speakers and vacuum cleaners, lighting, heaters and other devices using the Alice voice assistant.
In addition to voice commands, the program can also respond to pressing special widgets for the Android home screen. A useful thing for all owners of smart home appliances.
House with AliceYandex AppsPrice: Free
A promising application for DJs, musicians and songwriters in the hip-hop genre. This is a drum synthesizer that allows you to turn your smartphone into a drum machine for creating electronic tracks.
The program has nine drum pads with oscillators, a sequencer for creating loops, extremely flexible metronome and groove settings, and many presets. If you want to write your own electronic music, drumbox is worth a try.
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4. Fitari Fitness Alarm Clock
Getting up on an alarm clock is not easy if you do not have a particularly developed willpower. You wake up in the morning from the sounds of your smartphone, turn it off in a half-asleep state, roll over to the other side and fall asleep again. But the Fitari Fitness Alarm Clock won't let you do that.
In order to turn off the sound signal, the application will force you to perform a series of actions – for example, turn on the light, walk a certain distance, shake your smartphone, squat with the device in your hands, run in circles … In general, with the Fitari Fitness Alarm Clock you will not only fix the downed sleep mode, but also charging. Well, or you will break the phone on the floor.
Fitari Fitness Alarm ClockFitariPrice: Free
We have already written about the fun Emojimix service, which allows you to create combined emojis by combining two arbitrary emoticons. Choose the ones you need and get a unique icon that you can then use in correspondence.
And recently, the service introduced the Emojimix app for Android, which allows you to create cool emoji on the go using only your smartphone.
This is a rather niche, but very cool application that will come in handy for all owners of their own home media server. Symfonium Music Player plays audio stored on your Plex, Emby, Jellyfin, Subsonic or Kodi. The program can not only play songs, but also broadcast them to any supported player via Chromecast, UPnP, DLNA or Kodi protocols.
The possibilities are impressive: here you can easily manage your music library, and an extremely flexible customizable interface with tabs, and displaying album art, and editing tags and playlists. In addition to music, the application can work with audio books.
Symfonium costs $3, but you can try it for a week for free to see if you need it.
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You may be familiar with the DeepL Translate service, which seriously competes with translators from Google and Microsoft. He became famous for his extensions for Chrome and Firefox browsers. Recently, its developers have also created an application for Android.
It supports 26 languages and the number will only increase. DeepL Translate translates quickly, efficiently and respects various language nuances. The program is absolutely free and contains no ads.
DeepL TranslatorDeepL SEPrice: Free
A simple application that quickly and easily removes backgrounds from images of your choice. Feed Erase.bg a photo, click on the button and voila – the subject in the foreground is preserved, and the background disappears. The result of the work can be saved in PNG format without watermarks, ads, etc.
Useful if, say, you want to make your own sticker for Telegram or simply place a photo on a prettier background. Erase.bg detects objects quite accurately and does a pretty good job even with disheveled hair, which is worth a lot.
9. Pure Wallpaper Generator
A program for lovers of cleanliness and minimalism who do not want to fill their smartphone with fancy backgrounds and detailed photos. Pure Wallpaper Generator, as its name suggests, creates wallpapers based on the template you choose.
You specify colors, adjust their alternation and gradient, and get a pretty picture for your home screen. Backgrounds with gradient color, flat and minimalistic images, as well as wallpapers with glass effect or Gaussian blur are supported.
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1. Elden Ring Death Counter
After the release of Elden Ring, the new hit from the creator of the famous hardcore series Dark Souls, millions of players around the world suffer and die in unequal battles with harsh bosses. Elden Ring Death Counter is a fun app that tells you how many times you've died in this video game.
Tap the screen every time another opponent hits you with a two-handed sword, club or other deadly weapon. And the counter will securely record your shame. The program does nothing more, in essence, but this does not prevent it from enjoying a certain popularity among players.
Elden Ring Death CountereimonPrice: Free
The previous app isn't very useful from a practical point of view – it just motivates you to try harder and be more careful in Elden Ring. But MapGenie can really help. This is a handy game world map containing 1,500 locations sorted into 70 categories. The traditional poisonous swamps that wander from one Soulsborne series to another are, of course, also there.
You can search for the right places in the world of Elden Ring, mark various collectibles on the map and take notes. The developers promise to add dungeon maps to the application in the near future. In general, an indispensable thing for warriors, knights, clerics and sorcerers on their difficult journeys.
MapGenie: Elden Ring MapMap GeniePrice: Free
3. Hyde and Seek
A turn-based story game made in the style of a board game with dice and card battles. The action takes place in 19th century London. The main character, Kate, is the laboratory assistant of the famous Dr. Jekyll, who went on the run after being falsely accused of crimes.
She has to deal with numerous opponents and prove her innocence. Luckily, Kate is not only good at hiding in the dark, but also a skilled hand-to-hand combatant.
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