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    ABBYY Strengthens Its Offer of English Dictionaries for Lingvo iOS

    ABBYY today announced that it has expanded the range of electronic dictionaries available for purchase and use in ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries for iOS. The mobile content has been enhanced with 8 new monolingual English dictionaries including The Concise Universal American Thesaurus, The Universal Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms, and a set of specialized dictionaries.

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    Get Your Thumbs Ready – Flick Away: Episode 2

    To celebrate the China National Day, Flick Away: Episode 2 will be free for 3 days (30/9-2/10).

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    Thumb Up – Android App Review

    Android AppDictions App Review Thumb Up is a fun app which allows you to get together with a friend who also owns an Android phone and have a ‘battle’ of technical specifications. It works by using the familiar ‘bump’ mechanics – that being when you hold your phone in your fist and bump knuckles with […]

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    Getting a Kindle Fire? You Need a TekNmotion Intruder Headset!

    CompuExpert today announced the release of the TekNmotion Intruder gaming headset. The first headset designed especially for a world-class audio experience on tablets, smartphones, Mac or PC, the Intruder reflects a balance of portability, durability and superior high-performance audio.

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    Happi Reads – Now Available on Android Market and Amazon App Store

    Happi Papi today announces Android and Amazon App Store versions for the US market of their acclaimed iPad game “Happi Reads”. The game has been increasingly popular as of late with schools taking the digital plunge and getting iPads for their students. “Happi Reads” is an educational game where kids can practice their beginning reading skills by reading everyday words and matching them with pictures.

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    ABBYY TextGrabber + Translator for the iPhone. Just Grab And Translate!

    ABBYY today announced ABBYY TextGrabber + Translator, the new, extended version of ABBYY TextGrabber for the Apple iPhone, a popular on-device solution that turns the iPhone into a multifunctional mobile scanner. The application now allows users to quickly translate snippets of texts captured from various printed sources by using Google Translate technology. Captured and translated texts can be instantly shared with friends via e-mail and SMS, or published to Facebook, Twitter, Evernote.

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    Mac Utility Returns Control of Display Brightness and Helps You Sleep

    The new Mac keyboards all have a brightness control on the left side and a volume control on the right. However, many of us like to use the status bar volume control, which gives us fine-grained control. It seems obvious to have a screen brightness slider up there as well, and that’s just what Brightness for Mac has done. However there’s much more to it than just brightness controls.

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    OCA launches Flea Xtinct

    OCA released today a new free game for all ages called Flea Xtinct. With nothing but simple controls, game and pet lovers can enjoy a new adventure and meet funny characters: alien green fleas have left their home planet Fleaonia and are now heading for our pets on Earth. The players will have an important mission: save the pets and subsequently themselves from these restless creatures.

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    Email Marketing Lite: Get The Emails Of Your Customers

    Madrid based developer, 3y3.net today introduces Email Marketing Lite 2.0 for Mac OS X, an easy tool for building email lists targeted to a specific market area. Email Marketing Lite is as simple to use as a search engine. You will get the emails of your potential customers in three simple steps. You only need to specify the keywords and it will bring thousand of emails addresses parsed from the search results. All the lists are stored and can be retrieved for export at any time.

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    Does Your Book Need an iPhone App?

    There’s a growing opportunity for iPhone app developers to create apps for authors and their books.“Having an app that corresponds to your book can give readers something to keep busy as well as draw in new readers,” says Scott Lorenz of Westwind Communications.