Cool Websites and Tools [February 4th 2013]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [February 4th 2013]

 

Blurtopia – Have you ever wondered whether people like cupcakes more or brownies? Or maybe you wanted to find to find out what people thought about a particular picture you had shot? For questions like these and any other, you can use a phone app called Blurtopia. The app lets you post questions along with images which are presented to the Blurtopia community. Read more: Blurtopia: A Social Q&A Community For iOS Device Owners

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AppDJ – Today’s smartphones support countless third party applications. But because there are so many applications to choose from, you need help in deciding which apps you will be interested in. There are app selection tools available but they do not focus on the type of applications you are most interested in. Here to offer a solution is AppDJ. Read more: AppDJ: Discovering Apps The Innovative Way [Android 2.2+]

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [February 4th 2013]

 

MadeFire – While technology has brought about a change in almost everything, comic books remain largely the same. But for smartphone owners who are fans of comic books, this is about to change – all thanks to a tool called Madefire, which offers its users the convenience of reading comic books online. Read more: Madefire: An App That Lets You Read Comic Books [iPhone]

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [February 4th 2013]

 

Ruul – Web designers are often inspired by designs found on the websites they visit. One of the specifications of these designs that designers need to obtain are dimension measurements in pixels. Here to help measure those dimensions is a tool called Ruul. The extension lets you add an overlapping semi-transparent pixel measurements ruler onto the webpage you are viewing. Read more: Ruul: A Screen Ruler Built Into Google Chrome

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [February 4th 2013]

 

Hypejar – When you are interested in a soon-to-be-released product, you stay in touch with its launch date. Doing this for one or two products yourself can be easy but if there are a lot of products you are interested in, then manually staying updated with the launch of them all can be difficult. Here to help is a website called Hypejar. Read more: Hypejar: Stay In Touch With The Launch Of Interesting Products

 

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