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My image   Screenhero – There is a ton of software out there that allows users to share the content of their screen with others. Remote desktops used to be really impressive technology, but at this point, they have become commonplace. However, that does not mean that there is not room for one that does something really special, and Screenhero is certainly an example of that. Read more: Screenhero: Collaborative Screen Sharing Made Easy [Mac]

My image   Swapps! – Are you sick of the default method of launching and finding your apps on your Android device? On most versions of the mobile operating system the app switching methods are serviceable, but there is always room for improvement. If you are looking for a way to make the process of launching your favorite apps quicker, then you should take a look at Swapps! Read more: Swapps!: A New Way Of Launching Android Apps [Android 2.3+]
My image   iPrint – If you still print a lot of stuff, you can probably relate to just how expensive the whole process is. Having a chunk of content take up an entire page might not be the most efficient way to get things done. Well with the app iPrint, you can change the way you print in a number of ways. Read more: iPrint: Save Printing Costs By Changing The Way You Print
My image   PhotoZoe – If you suddenly find yourself needing to make a quick edit to a photo, be it a crop, resize or touch-up but don’t have any decent photo editing software available (even the free ones) then you might want to try an online editor. There are a lot of online photo editors around, some written in Flash while others, like PhotoZoe run natively in the browser. Read more: PhotoZoe: Quick Online Photo Editing In The Browser
My image   TwentyTweet – Tracking your own Twitter presence can be hard enough, so how can you efficiently track what the competition is doing? You can learn a lot from your rivals but without some hard statistics it’s difficult to see where they’re succeeding and you’re failing, especially with the disposable nature of Twitter. Enter TwentyTweet.


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  1. leonard ngetich
    June 12, 2013 at 6:05 am

    am able to speak some of it but not clearly

    • David Moreira
      June 12, 2013 at 8:30 am


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