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Who Paid Last – If you are the type who keeps track of who paid on your last date, then this app is for you. Aptly titled Who Paid Last?, this iOS app keeps a record of who last paid on shared tabs. The app is pretty simple. Once installed all you need to do is type in your name and the full name of your partner. The app then goes into a list of partners or buddies. Read more: Who Paid Last: Keep Track Of Who Paid Last On Your Date [iOS]

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Shortcut Manager – There are many tasks you perform on your browser frequently. Most tasks are done manually and they require a number of steps before they can be initialized. What you could really use is a tool that assigns hotkey shortcuts to these frequently performed tasks. Here to be that tool for Google Chrome users is Shortcut Manager. Read more: Shortcut Manager: Assign Hotkeys To Various Browser Actions [Chrome]


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VidShot Capturer – Computer owners make use of a variety of tools to describe a computer problem that they are facing. The most common tool used to do this is a screenshot. But in some situations, you need to make use of screencasts. If you would like to record screencasts on your PC, you should check out VidShot Capturer. Read more: VidShot Capturer: Record AVI Screencasts Of Desktop, Specific Region, Or Entire App Windows


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uMark Online – Whether you’re delivering a proof of concept to a client or simply sharing some work online, a watermark is often a good idea. A simple line of text is enough to stop others plagiarizing or stealing your work. Luckily you can now do this from anywhere, without the need for desktop software, using uMark Online. Read more: uMark Online: Add Watermarks To Images Straight From Your Browser


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Deep Sleep Battery Saver – The achilles heel of every smartphone on the market these days is rarely the processing power, RAM or disk space, but instead the battery life. Big, bright screens and incoming notifications put a constant strain on your device’s power reserves. One app that tries to squeeze as much juice as possible out of your device’s battery is Deep Sleep Battery Saver for Android. Read more: Deep Sleep Battery Saver: Maximise Your Battery Life By Minimising Network Activity [Android]


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  1. Lim3Fru1t
    April 17, 2013 at 7:28 am

    uMark Online looks like a great tool for web developers and graphic designers!

  2. Chris Marcoe
    April 17, 2013 at 6:16 am

    I've been using DS Battery Saver for a few months. I'm not really sure I have seen much of a difference, though. Maybe I was expecting something a little more drastic and I just haven't noticed.

    • Aibek Esengulov
      April 17, 2013 at 10:42 am

      thanks for the feedback

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