Τετάρτη, 28 Μαρτίου 2018

TrailMix




TrailMix
TrailMix Pro is the app on my phone that has been opened the longest. It’s not a business or productivity tool - but it’s so cool I think.
The app is a music player, but with a very special feature. It syncs the tempo of the song playing to how fast your stride is.
I use this app every time I run, and I’m always running in sync with the music. For me, this helps me keep my pace and I do feel like it helps me stay motivated and run faster.
Loading this app isn’t going to instantly make you a better and faster runner, but it will make it more fun. 
I send a link to get more info: http://trailmixapp.com/
(Available for Free on iPhone only)
Gabi, Hungary

PREZI


PREZI
Prezi is a presentation software company founded in 2009 in Budapest, Hungary.
The word Prezi is the short form of "presentation" in Hungarian.
Prezi is a web-based presentation and storytelling tool used to present information on topics you have chosen. It is based around text, images, videos, searching tools and others to make the presentation more engaging and an easier process when creating.
We all know that Prezi and PowerPoint both provide excellent presentations to our needs. Microsoft PowerPoint has always been well established, traditional and well known. PowerPoint is saved on your computer unless you email it to yourself or save it on a device that it can be accessed to.  Prezi is web based and can be used and saved on any internet browse site (ex. Google, Internet Explorer, Fire Fox etc.) with internet connection.
Now Prezi comes in nine different languages and the percentage of the companies that use Prezi is 80%.
There are a few and basic instructions on how to use Prezi. If you want a more detailed and explained instructions or a demonstration, you can watch the video below to learn in some minutes.
Mátyás Lőrinc, Hungary



Τρίτη, 20 Ιουνίου 2017


Hi!
Last time I started using Prezi application. In this application I can create presentations. I have
been using it for five months. Prezi is useful when we want to prepare lesson for school in a
creative way. It is very useful and easy to use. Everyone can easily handle it. I recommend it
to people who are also interested in web applications. After all, it is free. 
I recommend it to everyone.
Oliwia Furtak
Poland

I often use an app called "fitatu", our chemistry teacher showed us this app two months ago,
when we were learning about food and how many calories we should eat per day. 
This app is really helpful because it includes a long list with products we eat. Furthermore, it
counts carbohydrates, proteins and fat you ate each day. 
I really like this app and I recommend it to people who wants to lose weight or become
healthier. 
Julia Bieluczyk 
Poland

Hi, guys!
You can use  "Memrise" to improve your languages skills or generally knowledge. It is an
online learning community where you can learn by courses which other users made.  You can
also create your own course and teach students from all around the world. A real asses is the
fact that the application counts the time you spend on studying so you can always control your
progress entirely for free! 
Hope you enjoy it!
Magdalena Zaręba
Poland
Hi, today I would like to recommend a very handy mobile application. So far I have used a lot
of mobile applications. The one I use the most frequently to learn is REBEL.TO. I discovered
this application about three or four months ago. Rebel.to gives possibility to repeat before the
test. You must only log in and it’s ready. You can learn when you want and where you want.
There are a lot of flashcards and tasks from your student book. The advantage of this
application is that you have all chapters, marks and everything related to your subject in one
place. Besides you can add tests, quizzes and other tasks to complete and this application will
remind you to practise. Since I have downloaded Rebel.to I have been learning easily and I
don't forget about homework. For me this is the best school application I have ever seen.
Worth trying!
Kamila Gryczan
Poland





Hello everyone!
Recently I have used a very useful application, its name is WeTransfer.
This application is used for hosting data but it is not similar to google disc.
Thanks to that app we can upload movies, presentations and other multimedia very fast!
When we upload, for example a movie, we can immediately set up its format. Using this app
is very easy! It is also helpful in school because you can upload presentations for a teacher or
make a school film on distance! Besides this app is free :)
Justyna Żygałło
Poland

Hi everyone! For me the best application to learn mathematics is Photomath.
Photomath is an application on the phone. It acts as an ordinary calculator, but it allows scanning of mathematical operation. It helped me to understand mathematical operations showing the whole course of solutions step by step.
I would recommend it to everybody.
Mirosław Harach
Poland

YouTube quick guide.


What Is YouTube? How Do You Use It?
Founded in 2005, YouTube is one of the most popular video sites on the Web today. Millions
of videos have been uploaded and shared here. It is available in nearly every country and over
fifty different languages. Anyone can upload content here, which makes for an utterly
astonishing array of watchable content.

How to watch videos on YouTube.
In order to get personalized results, create playlists, or comment on other videos, users must
create a YouTube account or associate their YouTube account with their global Google
account. This is so YouTube can "learn" your preferences; for example, say you look for
videos that help you learn how to play the guitar. The next time you visit YouTube, if you're
signed into your Google account, YouTube will automatically serve up more videos that teach
you how to play the guitar. This feature helps YouTube personalize what they show to users
so they offer a more relevant user experience. However, if you would rather that YouTube did
not save your preferences, simply do not sign in to your Google account when using
YouTube.

 There are multiple ways you can find what you want to watch on YouTube, including:
  • Browse via keyword or keyword phrase
  • Find videos in topics and categories
  • Filter results by date and popularity
  • View the charts ranking the Most Popular videos in any given category
  • Read the trending topics word cloud found at the bottom of most category pages


If you find a video that you like, you will notice that there is also a comments section right
below the video. Most videos have a comments section where users can leave their thoughts,
as well as a thumbs up or thumbs down icon to record their support (or lack of). Some video
owners choose to disable this section; this is up to the individual YouTube user to do so. 

Sharing videos you enjoy.
If you find a video you particularly enjoy and want to share with others, users have multiple
options for sharing something they enjoy with friends and family. Email, along with every
major social networking service, is offered, as well as the ability to embed the video or share
the URL. Many videos on YouTube go viral; this way; this is a phenomenon by which a
video, by virtue of being shared and viewed by a large number of people, chocks up a large
amount of views. Many viral videos number view counts in the hundreds of millions - that's a
lot of videos that are being shared and viewed by people all over the world! 

How to keep videos you enjoy for later.
Because there is such a wealth of content on YouTube, the service has given you a number of
options for saving videos you especially enjoy. You can make playlists of videos easily,
therefore making an uninterrupted stream, add a video to your Favorites list (found again by
clicking on your account dashboard), or subscribe to any video users account to make sure
every time that they upload something you are notified.
This is a great way to keep videos you especially enjoy bookmarked so you can come back to
them again and again, whenever you like. 

Uploading your videos to YouTube.
Feel like sharing your home videos with the world? There are hundreds of thousands of
people all around the world that upload videos every single day to YouTube. All you need to
do is find the video on your computer, fill out the necessary fields (topic, keywords,
description), and click upload. You will receive an email notification once the video is
completely uploaded - depending on the size of the video and the speed of your Internet
connection, it can take anywhere from just a few seconds to several minutes.

YouTube for learning.
When you're doing research for a project, need help with homework, or just want to learn
something new there are some interesting places to look. The YouTube-sanctioned channels
offer free lessons and courses by top educators from around the world. From academic
lectures to inspirational speeches, all videos are categorized for stress-free browsing.

Here is a list of some great You Tube Channels for education. These Channels are some of the
top Channels based on views, subscriptions and most of all quality of content:
CrashCourse: Need a refresher in history or science? This YouTube channel has it. Videos
include the Cold War, nuclear chemistry, network solids and carbon, and women’s suffrage.
JenniferESL: Whether you're currently enrolled in a language program or not, take
advantage of free online instruction from an experienced teacher.
BBC Learning English: BBC Learning English produces free English language teaching
materials for learners and teachers of English.
Veritasium: This science video blog features science experiments, interviews with experts,
engaging demonstrations, and science discussions with the public.
Khan Academy: Learn for free about math, art, computer programming, economics,
physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, finance, history, and more.
YouTube EDU: Whether you're doing research for a project, need help with homework, or
just want to learn something new.
ASAP Science: Weekly videos cover “quirky and mind-bending science.” Videos include the
effect of drugs on the brain, the merits of fresh versus frozen vegetables, random and amazing
facts, and more.
Student from Slovakia.