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Today in Cool Websites and Tools, we take a look at 5 cool websites, including an apps analytics tool, an automatic time tracking tool, positivity in social media, an online collaborative editor, and responsive web CSS. Read on below!

Applause – is a new type of app analytics tool. It monitors and measures mobile app quality and user satisfaction. By analyzing more than 80 million reviews and ratings across 1.5 million iOS, Android, and Windows Phone apps, Applause enables companies to make informed decisions so they can win more users, earn greater loyalty and beat the competition. It then provides an intuitive 0-100 “Applause Score”.

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WakeTi.me – is an automatic time tracking tool for your text editor. Once you install the provided plugin in your text editor, just continue to use your text editor like you normally do, and your time will be logged in the background automatically. You can then visit WakaTi.me in your browser to see the time you spend in each project. This is useful if you are working and billing by the hour.

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@ppreciate – is an application intended to promote positivity and appreciation in social media. Send a custom illustrated quote to appreciate and compliment your friends. By pressing the “shuffle” button in the bottom left, you can see a variety of feel-good messages. When you see the one you like, press the “tick” box and then right-save the image to your computer, ready for Facebook or other social media.

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FidusWriter – is an online collaborative editor especially made for academics who need to use citations and/or formulas. The editor focuses on the content rather than the layout, so that with the same text, you can later on publish it in multiple ways. On a website, as a printed book, or as an ebook. In each case, you can choose from a number of layouts that are adequate for the medium of choice.

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Responsive Web CSS – Spending hours manually designing your pages for the responsive web? Layout your pages in minutes for beautifully responsive pages on desktops, tablets and smartphones. Add divs to separate the different sections of your page. Add, remove, rename and nest divs with a click of a button until you’re happy with the layout. Resize each div according to how you want it to appear on each device.

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  1. MikeG
    August 14, 2013 at 12:59 pm

    I enjoy this page but can't understand what the sense of having this page in a rss feed is if you have to click to see what the sites are. Is it possible to place the sites into the feed to avoid having to click over? That way if we would like to visit them we can and if not we move to next item. It could be a brief synopsis w/o the pictures and descriptions.

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