This post is brought to you by M4VGear Inc.

Have you bought or rented movies, TV shows or music videos on Apple’s iTunes that you want to watch on your Windows/Mac computer or Android device, but can’t because these files are DRM protected? Although there are several ways to copy iTunes movies, none ensures good HD or sound quality and the resulting copy may even be out of sync with the soundtrack. And besides, copying videos takes time.

M4VGear simply gets around these issues by converting iTunes-downloaded M4V to unprotected mp4 files, which you can watch on any of your non-Apple devices (Samsung Galaxy Note, Ascend Mate 7, Kindle Fire, etc). M4VGear is a lossless video-converting software app that works 20 times faster than other similar products on the market.

And all subtitles and audio tracks including 5.1 AC-3 will stay in your output mp4 video copy. Watch the demo here.


This post is brought to you by Tomi Tools, creator of Tomi File Manager.

Have you lost a file or an e-mail attachment on your phone, and can’t remember how to find it? Do you want to simplify the way to reach the file you want and save time? Tomi File Manager is the simplest and fastest way to locate your hidden files on your mobile device. And it’s free on the Play Store. Watch the video inside!

This post is brought to you by AppRush.

AppRush is a really great and simple idea that allows smartphone app developers (Android or iOS) to get reviews of their apps while end users can earn bucks for trying out new apps and posting reviews. All via signing up to AppRush’s easy-to-use website. If you are an app developer who wants to get lots of reviews on the app store, or a mobile app user interested to make money testing and reviewing apps, find out more here.

This post is brought to you by Time Space System, creator of  the TS Keyboard.

Sick of typing on your phone’s tiny, monochrome gray keyboard and getting typo after spelling mistake after gibberish on every other word? Then why not install the TS Keyboard from Time Space System, a brilliant new free app with bigger, positional letter keys that traces and memorizes your spellings, predicts your sentences, and adds color to your phone screen with a great range of bright and fun skin designs….

Nowadays, not only companies but also lots of individuals use Quick Response (QR) codes, those funny black-and-white squares with a grid pattern that you scan and be directed to a product web site, on their own business cards, CVs, merchandise, personal ads, posters, anything where they want to draw attention to their social media, blog or web site. But, how to get people to scan that QR code? It’s just not very appealing, is it? Now, visual QR code is a new tech created by Israeli startup Visualead which blends your QR code with your chosen image to produce a fully functioning visual QR code that is actually appealing–and much more likely to be scanned. Watch the video here….