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I would get PhoneView and connect the device to a Mac (even if you have to borrow one or go to a library) and then save the message database to a more friendly format. I sadly cannot offer any PC options, but I'm sure someone else here will edit one in to this answer in place of my ignorance or offer their own software recommendation. Phone View is my ...


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You may wish to try SKRWT for iOS. From an article from PhotoApps.Expert: If you've ever shot a photo of a tall building from the ground, you know when you tilt up at it, the perspective goes wonky and your beautiful square building starts to look like the pyramids of Egypt. SKRWT by mjagielski [$1.99 on the App Store] is an app that makes ...


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You were not able to get Excel to do this for you? The only thing I was not able to do was to get the Horizontal labels centered underneath the columns, but you could likely do it by hand if you hid the column labels then manually typed them into the axis label instead. This is how I got to the picture above. Highlight A1 to N3 and then select Stacked ...


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Numbers Disclaimer: Free on new Macs Apple Numbers also opens and saves to CSV. Just had to add to the list. Numbers: Save as CSV after editing: Note that you can choose text encoding as well when exporting if needed for other systems.


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There are also some cheaper alternatives: http://seense.com/menubarstats/ http://www.sparkfield.com/products/colossus/ https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/statswidget-plus/id1022329158?mt=12 hope it helps! :-)


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Forgive me if I've missed something, but iTunes organizes video files and meets all of your stated requirements as of the time of this posting. You can add images to the file's metadata, set the season, and set the episode by right-clicking on the file, selecting 'get info', and entering the data in the appropriate spaces. iTunes will display files' ...


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If you want some free apps, you might want to check this out: iStat Pro Widget 4.92. It's the same as iStat Menus suggested by @Mikey T.K., but: pros: free cons: discontinued And it's not a proper app: as its name suggests it's a widget, so you'll find it in the Dashboard.


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OS X Photos app has this functionality built in, under Image -› Adjust Date and Time. It opens a dialog showing current time stamp and prompting for corrected one. If multiple images were selected, date and time of the first photo is shown; the adjustment is used to calculate time shift to apply to all selected photos.


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While some apps allow one to download the newest version that their iOS device supports when one is unable to run an app with the OS that he is using, some don't. Short of digging through an old iTunes library in hopes that the backup of an older version of an app was not deleted by OS X and then restoring that backup onto your iPad, there's really nothing ...


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There might be a better way to do this, but this should work. Upload the image to imgur.com. Then get the direct link to the image (it will look something like http://i.imgur.com/ipB4C6r.png). Open that url in Safari on your phone, hit the Share button at the bottom of the screen (the box with the arrow pointing up) and hit "Add to Home Screen."


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Open Refine When interacting with large and messy text csv and other structured text files, I now typically go to Google Refine (now called Open Refine). I've used it for TSV/CSV, JSON, and XML documents. In my experience it crashes rarely, and is pretty good for mangling data (you can apply transformations with scripting languages). Its approach is more ...


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I have not been able to find an app that would do this for you. It is very possible that Readdle's PDF Office can do this for you, however I do not have this app and it is a subscription premium service. I could not confirm from their website or the AppStore for sure that they have the feature to convert to gray-scale, but they bill it as a fully functional ...


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123D is a free super simplified version of a software I used called Autodesk Inventor it is a basic 3d design program that can get sort of complex the farther you dig but the interface is simplistic and you should be able to find tutorials on sites like Youtube. As Jamie said Lego Digital Designer might also be a good match.


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I've personally been using RescueTimefor a long time now. The Premium version is based on a subscription (monthly or annually), so it may not fit your need, but there is also a free version, which is enough in my case. The data is collected automatically from a Desktop application, the dashboard and settings are web-based. I used TimeSink which is a Mac ...



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