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|aeGis – Losing your beloved smartphone is an incident that nobody would ever want to experience. Fortunately though, you can download some apps that can help you locate your missing phone, or even remotely wipe your device during the worst-case scenario, in order to protect the important data that is saved in it. aeGis is an Android app that lets you remotely control your phone by using text message commands. Read more: aeGis: Track & Control Your Lost Android Phone Remotely Via SMS [Android]|
|Bubble My Page – Are you curious about how many times you have use a certain word on your webpage? If yes, then you can probably count that word and figure out the number but the task can be very difficult for all the words on the webpage. Here to help with this task is a website called Bubble My Page. Read more: Bubble My Page: Break Down Webpages Into Bubbles To Check Word Density|
|Notable – Have you ever asked a friend to message a reminder to you on your phone? If you have, then you know that phone reminders are very effective and, in many cases, very essential. Here to help you set up phone reminders yourself is an app called Notable. The function of the application is to let you set up notification reminders on your smartphone. Read more: Notable: Set Up Notification Reminders [Android 2.2+]|
|Dead Simple Screen Sharing – The act of sharing your screen usually involves installing a client, connecting to a server and inviting some people to join you. There are a few simpler solutions, such as using Google+ Hangouts, but luckily there’s now an even easier way of sharing your screen, and it’s an extension for Google’s Chrome browser. Read more: Dead Simple Screen Sharing for Chrome: Share Your Screen From Your Browser|
|Silence for Android – Pretty much anyone who has ever owned a mobile phone has been embarrassed by an inappropriately timed phone call, message, and notifications from games, apps and social services. Android users can sit back and relax a bit once they have discovered Silence, an app that allows for periods of silence to be scheduled. Read more: Silence for Android: Toggle Sound & System Settings Over Set Intervals|
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