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Noise Remover – Do you have some photos that have a little bit of noise that you would love to see gone? Maybe your photos are not quite as sharp as you would like them to be? Well if this is a problem for you, Noise Remover is a great browser-based tool for you to try. It allows you to upload any image under 5MB and adjust the noise and sharpness of the image easily. Read more: Noise Remover: An Easy Way To Remove Noise & Sharpen Images In Browser

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Gygan – Are you looking for a way to share large files? Gygan might be the perfect solution for you. It’s a free piece of Windows software that allows you to share large files of any size without worrying about bandwidth. It’s incredibly easy to use, and it runs on any PC with Windows XP and above. You can use it to share music, videos, photos, and documents. Read more: Gygan: A Free Program To Share Large Files [Windows]


My image – Do you run a small team that is looking for a better way to communicate and stay connected? is a program with all the tools necessary for teams to get together and chat while working remotely. Having people work in different parts of the world can cause some challenges when it comes to communication, and is designed to rectify that situation. Read more: Free, Secure Group Messaging For Teams


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JustReader – Are you still using Google Reader? If you are, then you should check out JustReader, a Google Reader client for your Android device. JustReader basically synchronizes your Google Reader account to fetch relevant feeds. Like Google Reader, you can browse through feeds and view your items. The fast interface also lets you easily scroll through unread items. Read more: JustReader: A Slick & Fast Google Reader Client [Android]


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Bucketlistly – We all have a list of things we want to do in our lifetime. Most people call it a bucket list and label it the things we want to get done before we die. But what most people do not do is keep an actual record of the list. This distracts you from the list and often you forget what your bucket list originally was. Here to help is Bucketlistly. Read more: Bucketlistly: Create a Bucket List & Manage It Online


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  1. Sanjay Kumar
    February 26, 2013 at 4:53 pm

    just reader seems to be a bit useful..

  2. Bob Brown
    February 26, 2013 at 1:26 pm

    Great Sites! Especially Bucketlistly!

  3. João Laranjeira
    February 26, 2013 at 10:14 am

    Gygan is better than

  4. João Laranjeira
    February 26, 2013 at 10:12 am

    Just reader seems to be a very usefull tool. I`ll try!

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