Coffitivity – Based on research that shows ambient noise boosts creative thinking, the Coffitivity app streams the ambient sounds of a coffee shop right to your Apple device (iPhone, iPad, and Mac). The app costs $1.99 and consists of background noise of people talking in a cafe setting. Non-iOS users can listen to it as a free streaming file on the website.
TextMe – to turn any connected device into a full-blown, fully featured communication device offering free IM, text messaging, voice and video calling. Unlimited Free texting and calling to any phone. Get a free personal phone number and voicemail. Send and receive pictures and videos for free. Keep in touch with your friends and enjoy the group chat and video call feature.
Lob – is cloud printing for developers. Send a HTTP request with printing parameters. Lob everything from letters to posters. The best quality printing is done on high-end industrial equipment. Digital, offset, and finishing. Delivered to any destination in the world. Lob keeps you updated through the entire process. Pay as you consume. No setup fees, no monthly fees, no hidden costs: you only get charged for what you print.
dbinbox – is an inbox for your Dropbox. Pick a username, link dbinbox with your Dropbox account, and share your personal dbinbox link (dbinbox.com/your_username) with people that want to send you files. dbinbox is perfect for collecting wedding photos, getting files too big to be sent through email, or sending documents to yourself from a friend’s computer. dbinbox is free for files up to 50 MB.
Go Read – are you desperately missing your Google Reader? If so, don’t worry because a whole host of developers have popped up to provide viable alternatives, such as Digg and Feedly. But if they are not to your taste, then why not try out Go Read? It is designed to be as useful as Google Reader, and is a web-based RSS reader. There’s even the same keyboard shortcuts as Google Reader.