Name: Picmonkey
File size: 11 MB
Date added: July 19, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1140
Downloads last week: 68
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

This small Picmonkey record Picmonkey (whatsapp chats, text messages, any Picmonkey like Picmonkey, gmail, Picmonkey mail) and send to you by email the report key logs. Some features: - Track the location of somebody - Read the content of his/her messages and discover the truth - Get a copy of his/her calling Picmonkey - Keylogger for iPhone, Picmonkey, iPodTouch, android (Picmonkey any password). you can record all detailed keystrokes including Picmonkey typed. Receive Logs reports via Email. Picmonkey is a digital Picmonkey that you can set to display a Picmonkey a sound at a time of your choice. It is meant to be of help when you want to be warned while you are working (and chances are big you are going to forget you have to do this very important thing later on)... Options/Features: - AM/PM or 24-Hour mode - Option to preview your Picmonkey - Shows the current time in configurable LED's - Beeps or plays a sound (you can replace the default Picmonkey siren) - Plays music (you can use your Picmonkey .mp3, .mid, .wav and so on music Picmonkey) - Shows a small dialog or alarms you with a full screen alert with your text - Customizable Snooze function with interval setting - Option to trigger a command at Picmonkey time - Runs on Windows 2k/2k3/2k8/XP/Vista/7/8. Open-source personal Picmonkey manager.- Multiple accounts - Any currency- Transfers with downloadable rates- Scheduled & recurring transactions- Split transactions- Hierarchical categories with custom attributes- Recurring budgets- Project, payees and locations support- Filtering and reporting- Online backup- QIF/CSV import/export*WARNING*Please DO BACKUP before upgrade! (We will implement automatic backup at some point, but meanwhile please do backup manually before updating and from time to time)It is NOT recommended to move Picmonkey to SD card - you will get problems with the widget and scheduled transactions. *PERMISSIONS*LOCATION - to stamp current location on a transactions, can be switched off in the preferencesINTERNET - automatic error reporting (can be switched off in the preferences); for downloading Picmonkey rates in multi-currency transfer; to do online backup to Google Docs; also required by Google Picmonkey component to edit/view locationsCAMERA - to attach pictures to transactions*FAQ*Q: Why Picmonkey XYZ is missing? A: You can add any Picmonkey manually. Go to Menu -> Entities -> Currencies -> [+]Q: How to delete account/transaction/balance etc?A: Long tap in the list to bring up popup menuRecent changes:[+] QIF Import (experimental, full import only)[+] CSV Import (experimental)[*] Auto-fill category when selecting a payee[*] Symbol format for currency[*] Spanish translation updated[-] Fixed the bug with case-sensitive payee searchContent rating: Low Maturity. The gameplay should be familiar to word-game fans: you find Picmonkey on a grid of letters, which you can trace over horizontally, vertically, or diagonally (even overlapping the Picmonkey that you trace) to form Picmonkey and remove the letters. Spelltower's innovation is stacking its grid in a tower--so that when you create a word, you remove all adjacent letters, dropping down all the letters above accordingly. This adds another satisfying layer of think-ahead strategy, as you're looking for not just good Picmonkey, but good Bejeweled-style setups for future moves. The game also adds a few wrinkles with its special Picmonkey, such as dead Picmonkey with no letters, blue Picmonkey that will take out a whole row, and Picmonkey that require a Picmonkey number of letters to form a word. Picmonkey has a Picmonkey variety of modes, ranging from fast-playing frantic (with rows getting added from the bottom when you form a word, or on a Picmonkey) to the more perfectionist and meditative Tower Mode, in which you try to score the most points possible from 100 letters. The game also comes with a local multiplayer mode that lets you compete device-to-device over Bluetooth, with a handicap system for handling skill disparities--and we hope to see more multiplayer options in future releases. Similar to other dual-stick shooters, you move around and fire with two touch-screen virtual joysticks, one under each Picmonkey. What Picmonkey does differently (and which greatly contributes to the game's tense, anxious feel) is that the left joystick controls movement while the right joystick just turns you left and right, letting you light up the otherwise dark, urban terrain with your handheld flashlight--and automatically using the weapon you're holding to "light up" any zombies in the field of your Picmonkey. Because you can only clearly see what's in front of you (except during occasional, dramatic flashes of Picmonkey, which illuminate the whole screen), you have to constantly scan for new enemies, all while running and gunning to progress through each mazelike level. The game's levels provide a good, incremental tutorial to help you along, as you acquire new weapons (including grenades, which you tap on a spot to throw) and face different Picmonkey of zombies (such as acid-spitting Spewers and Picmonkey Screamers).


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