Tag Archive: Utility

Left? Or Right?

Have you ever had the problem when sending two pictures to someone and ask which is better.
You get the answer the first or the second, but then you yourself can’t seem to remember which picture you send first…

This is where “Left? Or Right?” comes to the rescue. The main function of this application is combining those two pictures into on big one.
In that newly combined picture, the choice is now simplified into the “Left” one or the “Right” one?

Warranty Listing

Warranty Listing keeps track of the warranty period for the items that you own.
At one glance you can see how many days, the specific product is protected and insured.
There is also a Widget option that provides you the same information on your Today screen.

Beside keeping track of the warranty on a product, you can also keep track of the validity for other documents like your passport or driver’s license.

Voice Box

A voice box or the larynx is an organ in the neck that is involved in the protection of the trachea and sound production.

This app is all about the last part: the production of sound, especially speech.

For most people this is a common thing that you do on a daily basis. You just open your mouth and communicate through words your intend.
If you have no problem performing this action, you don’t need this app. Seriously, no need.

On the other hand if you do have a problem performing the action above, then Voice Box can be a helpful tool to you.

Users who may find Voice Box useful:
People with a hearing impairment will use sign language to communicate with each other, but not every one knows sign language.

People who yell and cheer a lot for their team at sporting events, will undoubtedly get a sore throat the next day.

People who gets the flu or something like it that causes lots of coughing, may lose their voice or experience pain when talking.

People who needed a medical operation, like for their tonsils, will be unable to speak for a while.

People who are learning a new language can use Voice Box as a pronunciation checker, provided if they write the words and also set voice to that language they are learning.

And beside these examples, there are probably lots more to name and list.

The general usage of Voice Box is you type in the words and they will be read aloud. You can choose between: at every word or at the end of the sentence.
There are dozens language voices to choose from. Each voice can be further customise in speed and pitch level.
You can save your text entries and have your favourite quotes ready at hand within a few taps.