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SwitchApps – To access another application while an app is currently in use, smartphone users usually have to return to their home screens. This makes switching between apps slow and inconvenient. But here to get Android phone owners out of this problem is a tool called SwitchApps. The application makes use of single touch and multi-touch gestures. Read more: SwitchApps: Quickly Switch Between Different Applications On Your Phone [Android 2.2+]

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Archify – Have you ever wanted to access your browser’s web history remotely? This might have happened when you were using somebody else’s computer and wanted to check out a website you visited from your own computer earlier. While remotely accessing your browser’s history might not be very straightforward, a solution to the problem is Archify. Read more: Archify: Archive Your Web Activity & Access It From Anywhere


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NoMoreRack – Online shoppers are always on the lookout for discount deals. There are a lot of websites that help find discount coupons and special deals. But if you are looking for the absolute best deals that are unbeatable, you might want to check out a site called NoMoreRack. Popular brands are covered by the site and discounts offered are up to 90%. Read more: NoMoreRack: Find Unbeatable Deals On Popular Brands Offering Up To 90% Off Retail


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EnhanceMy8 – Windows has always been a tweaker’s OS, and despite the arrival of a more polished Windows 8, there is still a lot of stuff to tweak to make your setup faster, snappier, and customized to your needs. EnhanceMy8 is a desktop app that manages all tweaks while hooking you up with tools like Disk Cleaner and more. Read more: EnhanceMy8: A Tweaking Tool For Windows 8


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Offline Browser – You do not have access to free Wi-Fi everywhere. This means that you cannot use your smartphone everywhere to read that web article you earlier bookmarked. Here to help you out of this situation is an app called Offline Browser. The app’s function is to download webpages to your Android smart device to enable convenient offline reading. Read more: Offline Browser: Save Webpages To Your Smartphone For Offline Reading [Android 2.1+]


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  1. EdmarJohn SanDiego
    April 4, 2013 at 10:20 pm

    archify is really usefull for us students who really need information on the go especially if there are no hotspots around

  2. phogey2
    April 4, 2013 at 8:56 pm

    no more rack s haven't worked for me. Techbargains now thats a really good one & they have reviews too

  3. null
    April 4, 2013 at 4:31 pm

    Archify looks promising.

  4. Muz RC
    April 4, 2013 at 9:36 am

    great dude i already archify, but its doesnt save https page...

  5. Lim3Fru1t
    April 4, 2013 at 6:46 am

    SwitchApps & Offline Browser looks great ! Going to check them out later :)

    • Aibek Esengulov
      April 5, 2013 at 8:43 am

      let us know your thoughts once you have checked out any of them

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