Grab this app Ginger Page, which is a simple and capable text editor that not only checks spelling but also grammar and punctuation mistakes.
Ginger Page has a rephraser as well to discover alternative ways to write your text. Once you finish a sentence, tap the feather icon at the top of the editor and it offers you a list of alternative word choices and sentence structures for clearer reading.
When you’re done with your text in the editor, you can conveniently copy your result to the clipboard, tap the Share icon to export your text via a third party app like email or Facebook, or save it as a text file to a cloud service such as Google Drive or Dropbox.
There are some bonus features from a slide-out menu. These include synonyms, word definitions, a translator and Phrase of the Day, all built into this app at a price of zero.
The Android version of this app doubles up as a keyboard app. When this function is enabled, you are able to check from everywhere you type without opening up the Ginger Page editor itself. But the iOS version designed for both iPhone and iPad does not own a keyboard function, not until the new iOS 8 is launched to allow for third party keyboard apps for the first time.
Ginger Page — Free Mobile App of the Week
For iPhone and iPad
If you ever need to join 2 or more MP3 audio files together, check out this free online service which will do the job perfectly. http://audio-joiner.com
Just click on the Add Tracks button to upload 2 or more files to the service. You can then move the order of the tracks if you wish, as well as selecting whether each track will fade in or out. When you're done, press the Join button and, after a short wait, your merged file will be ready to download.
If you are an educator or someone who frequently explains technology to others, here is a resource that is a real find.
Literacy in Ireland
In the past literacy was considered to be the ability to read and write. Today the meaning of literacy has changed to reflect changes in society and the skills needed by individuals to participate fully in society. It involves listening, speaking, reading, writing, numeracy and using everyday technology to communicate and handle information.
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