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pdf4kindle – On the web, the most popular document file format is PDF. And if you have a bunch PDF files on your computer which you would like to port to your Kindle device, check out pdf4kindle. It is a web service that lets you convert PDF files into MOBI format supported by Kindle. Read more: pdf4kindle: Convert PDF Files To Kindle MOBI File Format

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Birdfont – Design your own font. Whether you want to try your hand at creating each letter in Illustrator or attempt to create a font using letters you’ve found elsewhere, Birdfont is a free tool for Windows, Mac and Linux that allows you to create the vectors necessary and export ttf, eot or svg font file. Read more: Birdfont: Design Your Own Font


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BotPaper – If you like to decorate your desktop screen with different wallpapers from time to time , check out BotPaper. It is a wallpaper search engine that lets you instantly search and find free wallpapers from all over the Internet. From now on, you won’t have to visit separate wallpaper websites and search them one by one. Read more: BotPaper: Free Wallpaper Search Engine


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Roximity – Using coupons is a simple way to save money for most goods and services you use. But usually you have to find and collect coupons from different stores and then find time to actually visit each store to redeem your coupons. Now, thanks to a handy mobile app, Roximity, you no longer have to. It is an app for your iPhone that delivers relevant offers and alerts. Read more: Roximity: Delivers Relevant Offers & Deals To You Based On Your location [iOS]


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Reamaze – There’s no shortage of helpdesk software out there, but many are limited in what they can achieve when it comes to multiple channels. The problem with this is that the helpdesk software is slow to catch up or just plain stuck in the past. That’s why the Reamaze team have built multiple-channel support into their software from the ground up. Read more: Reamaze: A Helpdesk Solution That Uses Email, Twitter, Facebook & More


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  1. David Moreira
    June 19, 2013 at 4:21 pm

    Nice collection, thank you!

  2. Paul Prakash J
    June 19, 2013 at 5:21 am


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