Jukebox Lessons – lets you learn any subject with teachers who are located almost anywhere in the world. You can be at home in London and learn Spanish with a teacher from Argentina, or you could be on the beach in Brazil learning how to make sushi with a chef in Japan. All you need is a computer and a video conferencing program like Skype or Google Hangout. Jukebox Lessons is that simple.
Logdown – promotes itself as the “missing blogging platform for hackers”. It supports GitHub Flavored Markdown, Latex and is compatible with Octopress syntax. It also provides in-editor preview with the best user experience. It has an instinctive interface for uploading images. Drag & Drop local files or importing from Flickr, Facebook, & Instagram. No complex setting or steps for importing old blogs.
Vicejar – is an iOS swear jar for health & fitness, based on the way you save. Vicejar is a savings and lifestyle tracking tool that has taken the concept of a traditional swear jar and digitized it with real cash. Using cash as a motivator, people are more likely to change their behavior. Current users of the app have successfully used it to run more, get fit, quit smoking, and drink less.
WorkHands – Do you work in a building, manufacturing, automotive, or other skilled trade? If so, then WorkHands is for you. Look upon it as a “Facebook for skilled workers”. If you need a physical resume, WorkHands creates one for you from the information in your profile. You can feature your certificates prominently on your profile, and even be reminded to renew them when they expire.
List My Apps – Have you ever found yourself in this situation on a forum, on Reddit, Facebook, in a chat, or any other place? Do you wish you had an easy and painless way of quickly compiling a list of apps installed on your Droid? List My Apps does exactly that. It presents you with an inventory of your device, giving you the ability to select which apps to recommend to your friends.