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|Littlefox – A long time ago when netbook popularity were on the rise, there were many compromises people had to go through to use their lovely 10-inch screen. This included using minified versions of their favorite desktop software. Littlefox, a Firefox addon, was popular back then and is now making a comeback. It essentially minifies Firefox’s buttons and removes unnecessary whitespace. Read more: Littlefox: Optimize Your Firefox Browser For Small Screens|
|GrabBox – When you are writing application reviews as a group or working on an application’s development as a group, you often have to share screenshots with one another. Many people prefer using DropBox for this purpose because of the Public folder offered by the service. Here to save Mac users from manually uploading your screenshots to DropBox is a tool called GrabBox. Read more: GrabBox: Automatically Upload Screenshots To Your DropBox Account [Mac]|
|– If you get your tasks list through your email, then you must take notes while you read your emails. To do this, you would normally have your emails open in one window and the note taking application opened in another window. But the inconvenience of switching between those two windows can be removed by a helpful tool called StickyIO.|
|CoolTweak – The right click has always been a powerful input gesture in desktops. Most developers use this to open up a lot of functionality for their apps, while users often use this to discover new actions within the software. Cooltweak is a nifty tool that expands the use of right-click menus on the OS level with actions you can tweak to fit your needs. Read more: CoolTweak: Mass Edit Photos In Windows With Right Click|
|Cartunes – Are you looking for an alternative music player for your iOS device? If you are, check out Cartunes, an awesome player that is designed entirely for touch gestures, which is a nice approach considering the tap-heavy interface of Apple’s default app. With Cartunes, you can blow through your playlist by using swipe gestures. Read more: Cartunes: A Gorgeous Swipe-Heavy Music App [iOS]|
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