Cool Websites and Tools [December 5th 2012]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [December 5th 2012]

 

Everyday.me – is an iPhone/ iPod Touch/ iPad app that helps you maintain a virtual journal without actually having to write anything by yourself. The app is designed in such a way that it automatically pulls in updates and posts on your social networks, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Read more: Everyday.me: Make Entries To Your Virtual Journal Automatically [iPhone/ iPod Touch/ iPad]

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HangPic – Modern smartphones offer their users a lot of entertainment in the form of games. You will find all kinds of games available for your particular smartphone OS. But most of these games are like Angry Birds and Temple Run in which you play with characters. For people who enjoy simpler games more, such as quizzes, there are not a lot of options. Thankfully there is one quiz game out there that tests your knowledge of trivia through simple pictures. The game is called HangPic. Read more: HangPic: A Fun Trivia Quiz Game About Pictures [iOS]

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [December 5th 2012]

 

Shapeshifter – The clipboard is a useful component of Windows because it lets you copy text, images, files, or anything else and then paste it somewhere else. Unfortunately the clipboard can hold only one item at a time and accidentally copying something means losing the thing you copied earlier. Here to help resolve this issue is Shapeshifter. Read more: Shapeshifter: Cool Windows Clipboard Manager

 

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Scratchpad Editor – Mozilla Firefox offers a bunch of helpful tools for site developers. The best example of this is the built-in code runner labeled Scratchpad. Scratchpad lets you quickly type in a code and execute it. But after typing code into the Scratchpad you might want to use your favorite text editor to modify the code. Here to help you do that is a tool called Scratchpad Editor. Read more: Scratchpad Editor: Use An External Text Editor With Scratchpad In Firefox

 

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WebPALTT – is a useful .Net 4 performance management software to assess how a web application is working at a particular time and conduct a load test alongside. The application has an interesting method of carrying out the working of programs powered by the web. This desktop tool creates temporary test scenarios to gauge the performance of an application. Read more: WebPALTT: Assess The Performance & Loading Of Web Applications By Creating Customized Scenarios

 

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8 Comments -

Shahbaz Amin

Thanks for the article. I find Shapeshifter to be quite useful – will try it..

Lisa Santika Onggrid

If that’s not up to your alley there are the renowned Ditto, or my favorite Clipcube Portable.

Gerald Huber

Yep, me too. I like the Shapeshifter and will try that also.

Aleksey Vinogradov

I like the Shapeshifter and will try that also.

riya

I have been using clipcube for a long time.. but I’ll try shapeshifter too.

Alexander

Great Article ! And i agree with everyone else. Shapeshifter looks quite useful :)

Anonymous

I’ve tried several clipboard managers before, but tend not to use them to their full extent if at all really – I’m too much in the Windows mindset of working, only copying one thing at a time and re-copying previous items if needed or making physical copies of important bits in notepad, paint, etc.

Vishal Srivastava

Shapeshifter looks nice. Will definitely try it…