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|NetSpeedMonitor – Online speed tests are fine if you want to get an overall estimate of your Internet connection. But what tool do you use in case you want to know the instantaneous download and upload speeds of your Internet? The answer is a freeware app called NetSpeedMonitor, a free to use desktop application for Windows computers. Read more: NetSpeedMonitor: Find Out Instantaneous Download & Upload Speed Of Your Connection [Windows]|
|Organisr – Whether you need to save your list of chores or you want to note down things you want to buy for groceries, saving lists online can be of great use. Various web services have shown that lists can also be effectively used for project collaboration. Here to offer you all those online list features is a web service called Organisr. Read more: Organisr: Create Online Lists & Collaborate on Them|
|Lift – A photo can tell a story. Just looking at a photo gives you a brief snapshot in time. You can look at a photo and know where someone has been and what they were doing. However, what if you want to tell a broader story with your photo? With PicView on the iPad, you can easily add voice notes and annotations to any photo with just a couple of taps on your screen. Read more: PicView: Voice Tag & Annotate Your Photos [iPad]|
|PastBook – We all put a lot of pictures on the Internet. That’s all well and good, but it kind of makes me miss the days when a picture was on paper. Sure, we can print them or take them to the local store, but that’s a pain in the butt. That is where PastBook comes into play. It allows you take your digital life and have it printed in a stylish book. Read more: PastBook: Create A Physical Book Of Your Digital History|
|Evuli – Managing events on Facebook is intuitive and the social networking giant gives users a wide range of helpful options. But when the number of attendees gets out of hand, you might want to make use of a tool that offers numerous control options like Excel. Here to offer you the feature to download the guest lists of your Facebook events to Excel files is an app called Evuli. Read more: Evuli: Download Guest List Of Facebook Events In Excel Format|
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