• Meet Minnie’s friends Cuckoo-Loca and Daisy, as well as her nieces Millie and Melody!
• Join your new friends and watch your creations on the runway in Minnie’s Bow-Show!
No matter what the occasion, Minnie has a bow for every situation, and now you can become her assistant! Choose the material, color, shape, pattern and style of bow, then watch your creation take shape in Minnie’s Bow-Maker!
Create and customize bows for Minnie and her friends. You can even place them on your own photo!
• Three all-new stories inspired by the Minnie’s Bow-Toons TV series.
• Hundreds of possible Bow-Maker options.
• Personalize your own photo and share it with your friends.
• 3D Bow-Show features your creations!
• Delightful music and voices from Minnie’s Bow-Toons.
**This app's features are available in English only**
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Color images of Zoo Animals with this delightful childrens' coloring app, painting for kids. Features include: paintbucket, paintbrush, undo feature, and more. Kids can save the colored images to your phone to can send to friends! Scroll to the right for more colors.
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Contains Images with elephants, polar bears, wild foxes, turtles, tigers, gorillas, crocodiles, kangaroos, pandas, camels.
A zoo (short for zoological park or zoological garden, and also called a menagerie) is a facility in which animals are confined within enclosures, displayed to the public, and in which they may also be bred.
The term zoological garden refers to zoology, the study of animals, a term deriving from the Greek zōon (ζῷον, "animal") and lógos (λóγος, "study"). The abbreviation "zoo" was first used of the London Zoological Gardens, which opened for scientific study in 1828 and to the public in 1847. The number of major animal collections open to the public around the world now exceeds 1,000, around 80 percent of them in cities.
However, keeping animals in zoos raises concerns for animal rights.
Zoos typically house more wild animals than domesticated ones.
London Zoo, which opened in 1828, first called itself a menagerie or "zoological garden," which is short for "Gardens and Menagerie of the Zoological Society of London." The abbreviation "zoo" first appeared in print in the UK around 1847, when it was used for the Clifton Zoo, but it was not until some 20 years later that the shortened form became popular in the song "Walking in the Zoo on Sunday" by music-hall artist Alfred Vance. The term "zoological park" was used for more expansive facilities in Washington, D.C., and the Bronx in New York, which opened in 1891 and 1899 respectively.
Relatively new terms for zoos coined in the late 20th century are "conservation park" or "biopark". Adopting a new name is a strategy used by some zoo professionals to distance their institutions from the stereotypical and nowadays criticized zoo concept of the 19th century. The term "biopark" was first coined and developed by the National Zoo in Washington D.C. in the late 1980s. In 1993, the New York Zoological Society changed its name to the Wildlife Conservation Society and rebranded the zoos under its jurisdiction as "wildlife conservation parks."
The predecessor of the zoological garden is the menagerie, which has a long history from the ancient world to modern times. The oldest known zoological collection was revealed during excavations at Hierakonpolis, Egypt in 2009, of a ca. 3500 B.C. menagerie. The exotic animals included hippos, hartebeest, elephants, baboons and wildcats. King Ashur-bel-kala of the Middle Assyrian Empire created Zoological and Botanical Gardens in the 11th Century BC. In the 2nd century BCE, the Chinese Empress Tanki had a "house of deer" built, and King Wen of Zhou kept a 1,500-acre (6.1 km2) zoo called Ling-Yu, or the Garden of Intelligence. Other well-known collectors of animals included King Solomon of the Kingdom of Israel and Judah, queen Semiramis and king Ashurbanipal of Assyria, and King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylonia. By the 4th century BCE, zoos existed in most of the Greek city states.
Easily add new images from your own photos and save your designs.
Can be displayed on a TV with phones that support HDMI or TV out.
Special music and meditation mode.
• Rotation speed
• Animation speed
• Radius Size
• Zoom In Out
• Full Screen mode
The next time you send someone an email, copy the contents of your email and paste it into this program. Next choose a shape or a picture. The email will be reformatted into the image or shape of your choosing. Email that instead.
If you are part of any web forums, convert your favorite image into text and use it as your forum signature.
Do you write code? Copy it into the source code.
Writing a book report? Copy it into the program and reformat it into an image.
Full Featured Pro version - http://goo.gl/3bXbV
Desktop PC or Mac version - http://www.velara3.com/wp/?p=270
Tutorial - http://www.velara3.com/wp/?p=221
* Adjust image levels for best picture quality
* Control density of image (characters per pixel)
* Adjust font size
* Set resolution scale
* Copy to clipboard
* Open any image from the image gallery
* Preview and switch between original image and text
* Save (available in pro version)
* Email (available in pro version)
* Convert text into an image (available in pro version) - for this feature select and image, type or paste in text and then enable the custom text option.
- An ARM6 or better CPU preferred.
Ascii Art Maker, text art, image editing, VeraType, Vera Type, typography, cool, email, comments, code, fixed width font, variable width font, documentation headers,
Them: My computer is not working
You: Did you try running a level 1 diagnostics on it?
You: Go get the app, run the diagnostics and tell me when it's done.
Non real use case (at the time of this writing)
Jon is the captain of a intergalactic star ship. An alien ship comes into view on the main view screen. The sensors did not detect the ship approaching. Jon pulls out this app and runs a Level 1 diagnostic.
Non real use case (at the time of this writing)
Jan has a bionic arm. She's at the cafe with her girlfriend Jill. She gets up and accidentally spills her soda on her main circuit connector. Jan pulls out this app and runs a Level 1 diagnostic.
As an example, if you have an image that is 1024x768 and you want to upload it to Facebook and the max width is 480 then you enter the original size, 1024x768, and the target width, 480, and the height will be calculated for you!
* Step Size
* Snap Interval
* Shortcut list of common image sizes
* Shortcut list of common target widths
* Shortcut list of common target heights
* Full Screen Mode