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Game Of The Week

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This week we have a very fun and easy to play 3D endless driver. When we first got a hold of this game, we played it for hours on end! This week we have Zombie Highway as our game of the week! There’s a wide selection of tracks, guns, and a number of cars to choose from making you the Zombie Kenpachi ^_^ Although unavailable on the Play Store, we are gonna drop a direct download link to our own hosting service! (You’ll have to tweet at us though, there is probably a reason why it is not on the Play store).

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App of the Week

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Hello nerds and nerdesses, welcome to The Osai Effect.

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This week we have one of our most useful and handy apps. As we earlier advised, our ‘App of the Week’ is based purely on our own usage and we advise you to read the synopsis.

The App of this week is called Ebook Reader. ER is capable of reading and opening PDF, docx and most importantly ePub files. Several novels and texts we were looking for had no PDF versions and ER helped us view the ePub in a fun and clear way. It bookmarks where one stops when he closes the app and it is able to change the orientation, brightness and scrolling method (this way seem trivial until you experience how annoying some apps can be).

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Although we love EBook Reader, we aren’t without complaints. It sometimes has some little dashes/hyphens on the pages when the memory is low; we would have preferred a ‘hey dude, memory is low, mind closing some apps?’ Message.

All in all though, we love Ebook Reader and we give it a massive 8/10.

NB: We could not find a direct download link online. Please use the Play Store app to search. The icon is as seen below (and ignore the other two icons).

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App of the Week

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This week we decided to have a lil fun with our apps. I mean life is too serious already, the internet should add colour to it don’t ya think?

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This week, we have a funny lil app called Tune Me. Pretty sure you can guess what it does already 😀 Tune Me is an app that let’s you autotune your voice and add various effects. The Tuned Voice can be added to a default beat or any mp3 of choice once the Premium version is unlocked.

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Tune Me provides a platform for you to have fun in a creative, not-too-restricted way and also to share with friends. We would have put up our project here but……….

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App of the Week

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Good morning, Nerds and Nerdesses, welcome to The Osai Effect.

Like we said earlier, we are adding a new section viz App of the Week. The app of the week is judged purely on our own usage and we suggest that you read the synopsis before download. Without further ado, we launch into the breakdown!

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Launching this section this beautiful morning, our AOTW is Dropbox! DB is a file cloud app that let’s one save files on their tablets, mobile phones or computers and have access to the saved files on any other device they are logged into which has a Dropbox app. It is also possible to get a link and send to any other user and they would be able to view and download your files. It is also possible to ‘favourite’ files and they  would be available for offline access (ie if the file was not originally saved on that device). Dropbox comes with free 2Gb storage, and is very easy to use (although it comes with a digital manual). 

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Dropbox came most in handy when we wanted to send 25 large files and email was slow and uncertain. Dropbox eliminated all such uncertainties as progress can be monitored when files are being uploaded. It also came very much in handy when we wanted to work on some unfinished files that were saved on our computer which was not with us as at that moment.

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And that’s our App of the Week. Thank you for reading!

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