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|LED Light Fun For Android – Despite the many uses for an app like LED Light Fun, it’s not necessarily something many of us want to spend real money on. Luckily, LED Light Fun is completely free so you can mess around or find a real-world use for it without having to reach for your wallet. In short, LED Light Fun allows you to display large text messages in bright colours as if you had an LED display board using your Android device. Read more: LED Light Fun For Android: Display Bold Messages On Your Phone’s Screen For Free|
|+You Gbar – When you access your Gmail inbox, a bar appears at the top of the page that gives you access to other Google applications. The bar does not offer any customization options and by default you can use only the apps that are shown. But by using a tool called +You Gbar, you can customize the Google bar and add whichever Google app you want. Read more: +You Gbar: Customize The Links On The Google Bar [Chrome]|
|Campayn – is a simple web-based email newsletter manager. It lets you create, send and track newsletters and marketing email campaigns. It is free for life if you send below 1,000 emails per month. Its features include an email builder, contacts manager, autoresponder, tracking, deliverability compliance and other features. It is easy to get started. Read more: Campayn: Simple Web-Based Email Newsletter Manager|
|Skimzee – People use Twitter to share all types of information, including online articles. Many people on the network search for these articles to get informative sources on a particular trending topic. But like many online articles, the ones shared are lengthy. Here to provide you with a summary of those articles is an app called Skimzee. Read more: Skimzee: Get Summaries Of Online Articles Shared On Twitter|
|Privacy Manager – While using your web browsers, there are numerous privacy options that you toggle between on and off. Examples of this include filling out forms automatically, checking for spellings in text fields, enabling / disabling third party cookies, and many more. For Google Chrome users, easy access can be provided by a tool called Privacy Manager. Read more: Privacy Manager: Get Easy Access To Privacy Management Options [Chrome]|
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