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HabitRPG – We all like computer games and are know well how fun they can be. Thus to make anything boring slightly more bearable, all you have to do is turn it into a game. One of the boring things that almost all of us do every day is goal tracking. Thanks to HabitRPG, you can turn goal progress monitoring into a game and add a lot of fun to it. Read more: HabitRPG: Monitor Your Goal Progress Daily & Earn Rewards Like a Role Playing Game

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CloudPull – is an app available in the Mac App Store that lets users back up data from your Google account to your Mac. Be it Google Drive, Google Contacts, Google Calendar, or Gmail. Like Time Machine, it automatically performs backups every hour, and keeps snapshots of your data for up to 90 days. The free edition of CloudPull lets you download all your files from a single Google account. Read more: CloudPull: A Time Machine-Like Backup For Your Google Account (OS X)


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FlowReader – is built for simplicity and speed. It lets you store content offline, filter articles that you have read, or even add your own custom filters for a faster, cleaner experience. With filters, your feeds are kept simple, allowing you to avoid the hassle of sorting through hundreds of Google Reader items. Read more: FlowReader: Google Reader App That You Can Filter [Android]


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VineGifR – For people who have not had a chance to try it out, the Vine app is a free to use smartphone application that lets people create short looping videos that they can upload to the Vine network. The fun part is being able to record the video in segments and then having those segments looped. Read more: VineGifR: Convert Vine Videos To GIF Animations [Mac]


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Chime – If you use the Internet regularly, then there is a good chance that you have accounts on a bunch of different web services. Visiting your dashboard on each of these services simply to check your notifications can be a waste of time if you do not have any notifications. Here to help you save this time is a browser extension called Chime. Read more: Chime: Get Notifications From Popular Web Services In a Single Place [Chrome]


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  1. Ali K
    July 12, 2013 at 12:11 pm

    HabitRPG ..... OMG, never in my world i thought that something like that existed. Bookmarked it and going to use it. Its going to be fun. Life was never this adventurous for me before. Yeahh

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