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|Cyber Stockroom – Free to use web service that lets you manage an inventory of items online. The intuitive interface of the website ensures that using the site is extremely easy. You start by creating an account for your company on the website; the next step is to add products to your inventory. Read more: Cyber Stockroom: Create An Online Inventory Of Your Products & For Better Management (10 Free Accounts)|
|Tizomat – If you work in a business that deals with partners worldwide, there might have been times when you needed to figure out what time it was in other places of the world. To keep things in perspective, you could find out the time differences and then label the current times on a map across the respective location. Or, more simply, you could go for a web service called Tizomat. Read more: Tizomat: Easily View The Times Across Multiple Locations Worldwide|
|Chocolatey – On Linux, you can install apps and packages through a command line interface without having to visit a website or clicking through multiple “Next” menus. Chocolatey is a new handy tool that brings this convenience to Windows. Thanks to it you can install almost any program through a command line in a snap. Read more: Chocolatey: Install Windows Programs From a Command Line|
|Swarmly – is an iOS app that gives you an instant answer to the question – where should I go? It shows you the hottest places near you in real time based on the number people currently visiting a particular location. It gives you a real-time map view of busiest places. Read more: Swarmly: Finds The Hottest Places Near You In Real Time [iOS]|
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