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(1) Bubbles – Bubbles is a free Windows client that enables you to access any web service (Gmail, Flickr, Facebook etc.) from within the desktop, without launching your browser. Read more: Bubbles – Turn your favorite Web Apps to Desktop Programs.
(2) Chatterous – Group messaging service where you can organize contacts into groups (family, friends, work etc.) and use them to send group messages from pretty much everywhere. It can be from your instant messenger window, by email or mobile SMS, whatever is more convenient. Read more: Chatterous – Reach your Friends Everywhere (IM, eMail and Mobile).
(3) Comiqs – Transform pile of photos to comic-style stories and share them with others. Simply upload your photos and use Comiqs editor to add speech bubbles, special effects and so on. Read more: Chatterous – Reach your Friends Everywhere (IM, eMail and Mobile).
(5) Meet-O-Matic – Yet another cool meeting scheduler that requires almost no effort. Easily plan and coordinate the ideal meeting time with as many people as you need. Read more: Meet-O-Matic – Meeting Scheduling at its Simplest.
(8) NavXS – Free mobile application that allows cell phone users to share their current location with friends and also track whereabouts of each person on their contact list. Read more: NavXS – Track your Friends’ Location from a Cell Phone.
(9) NowTorrents – Real-time search engine for torrents. NowTorrents scans 10+ largest torrent sources on the web and brings you only the top results. It’s also able to detect and remove fake/dead torrents. Read more: NowTorrents – Real-time Torrent Search.
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