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RGB2CMYK – Images have different color schemes. To obtain the best results, the image should be in the color scheme of the platform it is intended for. RGB models are used to display images on televisions, monitors, and other screen displays. For print, the CMYK color model is used. RGB To CMYK conversion and vice versa can be done via RGB2CMYK.

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MyTube60 – There is often a need to play several YouTube videos and MyTube60 lets you easily combine multiple Youtube videos into one. After you sign up for a free account, you can search for YouTube videos using keywords and add them to your video mix using drag and drop functionality. Read more: MyTube60: Easily Combine YouTube Videos Into One.

 

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Zingaya – is a cool web service that let your website visitors call you from your website. This is how Zingaya works: you embed a widget on your website with a “call me” button. When a user clicks the button, the call is forwarded to any Skype (for free), landline or mobile (not free) number that you have specified. Read more: Zingaya: Let Your Website Visitors Call You.

 

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Godzilla – Tweetie is one of the most popular Twitter clients for the iPhone that lets you post status updates, send messages and share photos. However, in order to share photos you have to use an image service like yfrog or TwitPic where you can upload the image for sharing. Godzilla is a tool that lets you bypass third-party image services and upload photos directly to your Flickr account. Read more: Godzilla: Upload Images To Flickr From Tweetie [iPhone].

 

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