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Send Email with Attachment in Android

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This is a simple demo for send email in Android with attachment. For attachment I am using Intent.ACTION_GET_CONTENT.Dont forget to add permissions in your manifest.xml-               ...

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Count With Me: Photo

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Teach your son: 
- how to count from one to nine, 
- the vowels,
- the family members (customizable),
- the jobs, 
- the colors,
- the animals,

There are two game modes. 
In the first mode, tap a button to hear the corresponding sound. 
In the second, tap the correct button after hearing the sound.
You can also shake the device to shuffle the buttons.

Although this application was meant for kids, it also helps grown ups learning basic words in different languages.

Supported Languages: English, Portuguese, Spanish and French.

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Count With Me!

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Get Count With Me! on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.
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Ana Belita's curator insight, October 20, 2013 6:12 PM

Teach your son: 
- how to count from one to nine, 
- the vowels,
- the family members (customizable),
- the jobs, 
- the colors,
- the animals,

There are two game modes. 
In the first mode, tap a button to hear the corresponding sound. 
In the second, tap the correct button after hearing the sound.
You can also shake the device to shuffle the buttons.

Although this application was meant for kids, it also helps grown ups learning basic words in different languages.

Supported Languages: English, Portuguese, Spanish and French.

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App for any .pdf magazines (kiosk) | Objective-C | CocoaTouch | Xcode | iPhone | ChupaMobile

App for any .pdf magazines (kiosk) | Objective-C | CocoaTouch | Xcode | iPhone | ChupaMobile | CountWithMe | Scoop.it
This is an amazing project that to let you create a Magazine App style.

The app has 2 different options:

1. SHOW PDF OFFLINE
2. LOAD PDF FROM THE SERVER

In addition it includes features like:

1. Special bottom menu to preview
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Melissa Varela's curator insight, October 14, 2013 7:48 AM
Overview

This is an amazing project that to let you create a Magazine App style.

The app has 2 different options:

SHOW PDF OFFLINELOAD PDF FROM THE SERVER

In addition it includes features like:

Special bottom menu to previewEasily increase the size of the page for a better readability (double-tap)Download the Live app here

Please note that I have still not released the live app with support for iOS7, but the Chupamobile version is iOS7 ready, so you could be the first to release the iOS7 App in AppStore!

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FarmFriends - An Elf Adventure. Story and Games for Kids (Android App)

Download at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.ploosh.farm&feature=youtube A wonderful interactive story book app with daily fun puzzle games ...
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Hello! iOS Development - Free eBook Share

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eBook Free Download: Hello! iOS Development | PDF, EPUB | ISBN: 1935182986 | 2013-08-07 | English | PutLocker

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Fox eBook's curator insight, October 17, 2013 9:07 PM
Table of Contents

Part 1 Hello! iPhone
Chapter 1 Hello! iPhone
Chapter 2 Thinking like an iPhone developer
Chapter 3 Coding in Objective-C

Part 2 iPhone applications: step by step
Chapter 4 Writing an app with multiple views
Chapter 5 Polishing your app
Chapter 6 Working with databases and table views
Chapter 7 Creating a photo-based application
Chapter 8 Moving, rotating, editing, and animating images
Chapter 9 Working with location and maps
Chapter 10 Accessing the internet

Part 3 Going from Xcode to the App Store
Chapter 11 Debugging and optimizing your application
Chapter 12 Building for the device and the App Store

Appendix Online resources for iOS app developers

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It’s Over For Paid Apps, With A Few Exceptions

It’s Over For Paid Apps, With A Few Exceptions | CountWithMe | Scoop.it
Is it over for paid mobile apps? That's the general thinking these days, as the App Stores fill up with "good enough" alternatives to paid apps, while major publishers game the charts with free offerings that make millions which can then be used...

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Count With Me!

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Get Count With Me! on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.
Ana Belita's insight:

Teach your son: 
- how to count from one to nine, 
- the vowels,
- the family members (customizable),
- the jobs, 
- the colors,
- the animals,

There are two game modes. 
In the first mode, tap a button to hear the corresponding sound. 
In the second, tap the correct button after hearing the sound.
You can also shake the device to shuffle the buttons.

Although this application was meant for kids, it also helps grown ups learning basic words in different languages.

Supported Languages: English, Portuguese, Spanish and French.

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Toddler Cars 2 for Android and iOS

Download this app on Google Play at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.russpuppy.toddlercars2 Download this app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Tou...
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Young children don’t want smartphones – they want tablets

Young children don’t want smartphones – they want tablets | CountWithMe | Scoop.it
A flurry of reports confirm what has long been suspected – children love tablets and an increasing number now have their own.

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