• Country Code Fixer for Windows Phone

    Posted on June 7, 2014 by ivanadmin in Desk & Archive.

    We have released Country Code Fixer. It is the only software for Windows Phone that actually fixes your problem with phone numbers that don’t have a country code prefix entered. As all software that we release, it is the best software of this type on any platform. It doesn’t require users to enter complicated rules […]

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  • Keyboard Shortcuts

    Posted on May 14, 2014 by ivanadmin in Share to Speech.

    The latest version of Share to Speech now allows for much better keyboard experience. Some bugs were fixed, but more important, keyboard shortcuts were added. For most commands you can see their shortcuts in tooltips of buttons in AppBar or main screen. However some keyboard shortcuts are not available as buttons and thus offer new […]

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  • Share to Speech awarded on Microsoft competition

    Posted on May 10, 2014 by ivanadmin in General, Share to Speech.

    Here is the great news! Share to Speech was awarded on Microsoft Windows 8.1 Developer Contest.

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  • Office documents to MP3 support

    Posted on May 3, 2014 by ivanadmin in Share to Speech.

    Share to Speech is introducing support for text files, mostly important Microsoft Word and PowerPoint files. This is the first Windows 8 app that introduces support for reading those files aloud and converting them to MP3, and it does not stop there but also features complete system integration and experience you got used from Share to […]

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  • Instant Paragraph Player

    Posted on April 25, 2014 by ivanadmin in Share to Speech.

    The Release 14 of Share to Speech adds one important feature: Instant Paragraph Player. It is enabled by default and brings two important benefits: Speeches now start nearly instantly as no MP3 of the whole text is generated Timeline is divided into paragraphs, so moving down the timeline won’t put you in the middle of the sentence […]

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  • Share to Speech and Surface are Perfect Pair

    Posted on April 7, 2014 by ivanadmin in Share to Speech.

    I was thinking about what would be a perfect hardware companion for Share to Speech, and after some thinking I am pretty sure it is Microsoft Surface Pro 2. Here is the list of reasons why it is better than many other devices: It has USB ports – if you create MP3s it is likely that […]

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  • The Story of Labsii

    Posted on April 7, 2014 by ivanadmin in General.

    As some people asked me, I have decided to write current history of my startup and the lessons I have learned. Labsii started 3 and a half years ago when I started the project Desk & Archive and found that I would like to take more time to finish and publish it. It felt like “playing by the […]

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  • Share to Speech Release 11

    Posted on April 5, 2014 by ivanadmin in Share to Speech.

    Share to Speech just got its 11th release in Windows Store. The first new thing you’ll see is that the articles you Share to this app now have images from them as their background, making app even more beautiful. Here is how it looks: Get it at Windows store.

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  • Registration server problems

    Posted on January 28, 2014 by ivanadmin in Desk & Archive.

    Currently registration server is not working properly. I have contacted payment provider as they run this server and I hope that it will be resolved quickly.

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  • DiGTy Clock

    Posted on December 13, 2013 by ivanadmin in DiGTy clock.

    I’ve took some time to design a unique digital clock with ergonomic features. The main idea is to use the wisdom from the analogue clock – minutes are more important information than hours (which almost everyone could guess precisely), so they should be more prominent. To make visual balance, the same thing was done with […]

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