Cool Websites and Tools [February 11th 2013]

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TwentyTweet – Tracking your own Twitter presence can be hard enough, so how can you efficiently track what the competition is doing? You can learn a lot from your rivals but without some hard statistics it’s difficult to see where they’re succeeding and you’re failing, especially with the disposable nature of Twitter. Enter TwentyTweet, a service designed to make it easy to track your and your rivals’ social media presence. Read more: TwentyTweet: A Twitter-Tracking Tool For Keeping Up With The Competition

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AllDup – Duplicate files on your computer simply take up useful space that can be utilized by other files. Since duplicates do not necessarily have the same names, you need an app that uses various methods to detect duplicates. That app is AllDup, a small freeware application for computers running Windows. Read more: AllDup: Search & Delete Duplicate Files On Your PC

 

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FindPDF – The PDF file format has today become a popular choice amongst computer users when it comes to sharing and uploading documents online. If you download an eBook off the internet, an academic paper, or almost any other digital document, it is usually in the PDF format. Here to help you search countless PDF documents publicly available online is a website called FindPDF. Read more: FindPDF: Search & Download Countless PDF Files That Are Publicly Available Online

 

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AirFoto – Are you looking for a way to view your photos on the go without taking a lot of time to sync your device with iTunes? Perhaps you do not have much memory available on your iPhone and filling it up with pictures would put you over the limit. Whatever your reason for wanting to keep your photos on your desktop, AirFoto is the perfect app for you. Read more: AirFoto: Stream Photos From Mac or PC To iPhone

 

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Photoset – Tumblr has launched Photoset.com that lets its users create photosets that tell a story. Internet users have demonstrated their creativity with the feature by creating excellent photosets to complement their blogs. Here to help you create photosets using your iOS device is a free to use phone app called Photoset by Tumblr. Read more: Photoset: Create & Share Beautiful Tumblr Photosets [iPhone & iPad]

 

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7 Comments -

Eric Montgomery

Great list! FindPDF and Twenty Tweet are handy!

Efi Dreyshner

FindPDF is awesome!!

Jacques Knipe

FindPDF will come in extremely handy! I’m always on the hunt for ebooks and articles in PDF format.

Alexander Carstensen

FindPDF is really great ! I think i am going to use that in the future

Philip

Another nice site is RealTweeter – it’s a simple, quick loading site where you can find thousands of celebrities from Twitter and their tweets.

Aibek Esengulov

thanks, we’ll check it out

Alex

Twentytweet is way better than anything I’ve ever tried before.
Good luck!!