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Read and listen to the Quran in many languages, with famous reciters and beautiful fonts.
Learn Chinese Calligraphy and culture using Chinese idiom writing demos.
Get beautiful Calligraphy fonts to make you texts become more eye-catching.
Calligraphy is the art of beautiful writing. It allow you to write calligraphy of the Chinese and Arabs which are raised to an art. And have you...
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Calligraphy is an ancient art that just anyone can do. Now comes on the iPad.CALLIGRAPHY ART replicates the strokes of the pen in real life: angle,...
Calligraphy Master lets you practice drawing any shape: a letter, number, word or a signature. Draw a shape first, than try to redraw it. You will...
EZ Calligraphy is an application developed by ez4phone in order to promote one of Chinese treasure, calligraphy. We have 51 Chinese in our software...
Introduction of Chinese CalligraphyThis is an introductory book of Chinese Calligraphy. Hundreds of pictures of classic artworks from Shang dynasty...
This bot can draw Chinese characters with surprising dexterity, perfectly reproducing expert techniques. It could become a skill repository.
Questions of identity, selfhood and memory are addressed in the class entitled "The art of self portraiture".
Worried you’ll accidentally order something bizarre while on vacation? Here are three apps that will have you ordering with confidence.
For jotting down notes and nothing more, free iPad app INKredible provides a streamlined interface and a pen that feels like the real thing.
The productivity app for creating, organizing, and storing information is No. 1 in Japan, demonstrating how the pen can be mightier than the keyboard.
A specialized pen under development is designed to catch writing mistakes and vibrate as a warning. Could it revive the dying art of handwriting?
This week, we joined a "Gangnam Style" flash mob, repelled water with our bodies, and voted for a video game hero for president.
Put 'Jason Isaacs' in the search engine and you'll be greeted -- literally, if you're the great man himself -- with a cheery message.
PBS is airing its one-hour special on late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs tonight. CNET walks through some of the details in what is a broad look at Jobs' personal and professional life.