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|Bync: Get Deals, Coupons & Offers Based On Where You Shop [US & Canada Only]– Until now the coupon collecting websites has been mostly item-based or location-based. Normally you would visit these websites and look for deals and offers provided by your favorite shopping stores. Doing such a manual search for the stores you are interested in can take quite a while. But this problem is efficiently solved by the website Bync. Read more:|
|BrowserBite – Website developers are interested in knowing what their website will look like on different web browsers. But they also want to see how webpages will look like on browsers running different computer operating systems. BrowserBite is a web service that helps you preview that. Read more: BrowserBite: Preview Sites In Different Browsers Running Different Operating Systems|
|BillDiary – Many of us forget to pay our bills on time and end up suffering penalty fees which upset our financial situation. You need a tool that reminds you of your pending bills and helps you pay them on time. BillDiary is precisely that tool. It is a free to use web service that lets you record bills online and set up reminders for them. Read more: BillDiary: Manage Your Finances By Staying On Top Of Your Bills|
|AllTheFavicons – If you are developing a web application or phone app, then you need to create favicons to place on your app’s toolbars and indicate its logo. You could individually create favicons for each target device or you could save time and use a site called AllTheFavIcons, a free to use web service that helps you create favicons for browsers and smart devices. Read more: AllTheFavIcons: Resize An Image Into Variously Shaped Favicons|
|Best Google Web Fonts – Google uses some of the best fonts online and undoubtedly, web designers would want to use these fonts as well, inspired by Google. The fonts are now available along with their usable codes on a site called Best Google Web Fonts, a free to use web service that offers you the best Google fonts from the Google font directory. Read more: Best Google Web Fonts: Get Visually Appealing Fonts Used By Google|
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