An Dearbhair Beag

The Dearbhair Beag is a multi-platform spellchecker which is based on the Faclair Beag and currently the biggest spellchecker available. It currently corrects over 1.5

Am Faclair Beag

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The Faclair Beag is one of the most popular Gaelic/English dictionaries at the moment (certainly popular enough for the LearnGaelic project to buy a (Hotmail)

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Microsoft redesigned Hotmail and what came out is now called If you have a Hotmail account, you have to upgrade to first


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Wordlink isn’t a dictionary per se but still very useful. What is does is to split your screen when you’re viewing a written text


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DuckDuckGo is a new search engine which was launched in 2008. They have a very strong privacy policy and don’t do any user profiling


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Tetris … what else can one say? Just that it’s not a phone app but a browser game. There’s no chat feature but there


Destroy your enemy’s navy before they sink you. I don’t think it needs much more of an explanation but just in case: The game


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Not a big game, more of a puzzle. Click on the dolphins until they’re all jumping. Yeah, sounds easier than it is. You can

AndroidChromeFirefoxInternet ExplorerOperaSafari allows you to set up blogs. Please note, there is and and there’s a difference between the two. This one is


Well we have a sort of solution for that. To begin with, Facebook refuses to add languages to its translation project on a willy-nilly