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|Instamail – iOS devices are the kings of usability, but it is still frustrating when simple tasks that you expect to work just don’t. One glaring example is when you can only attach up to five images to your e-mail. Surely, this does not work if you want to e-mail a lot of pictures. Thankfully, we have Instamail Photo to solve this very problem. Read more: Instamail: E-mail More Than Five Photos At Once With iOS|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] Color My Facebook – Ever since Facebook was founded, it has been and still will be only one color – blue. While this isn’t a issue for a majority of users, there’s some people who’d prefer if they could change that color to whatever they like. There’s no way to do this natively in Facebook’s settings, so people will have to resort to an extension which can do the trick. Read more: Color My Facebook: Give Facebook A Colorful Makeover [Chrome]|
|Lift – Seinfeld’s Productivity Method is a technique with which you add an activity you like doing to your daily to-do list. You mark X on the calendar for every day that you completed that activity and the aim then is simply to maintain a chain of X’s, and it works remarkably well for many people. Here to help you in the implementation of the technique is Lift. Read more: Lift: Improve Your Daily Productivity [iOS]|
|1 Tap Eraser – Like a computer, your smartphone has a cache too. This cache stores more data on your phone as you continue to use applications and the Internet. Clearing the cache not only frees phone memory but also improves performance. Here to let you quickly clean up the cache of your Android smartphone is a tool called 1 Tap Eraser. Read more: 1 Tap Eraser: Clean Up Your Phone’s Memory By a Single Tap [Android]|
|Splashtop XDisplay – Windows 7 and Mac users can now use their iPad as a wi-fi connected second monitor, by using the Splashtop XDisplay software. The software enables you to view and control your computer using pinch-to-zoom gestures, changing orientation and a virtual keyboard on the iPad. Without conversion or loss of functionality, you can now view processor-intensive apps & more. Read more: Splashtop XDisplay: Use Your iPad As A Second Monitor|
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