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My image   Planboard – Teachers mostly need to have their lessons clearly planned and organized to meet the teaching criteria of the class’s syllabus. Maintaining lecture plans on physical paper is difficult especially when it comes to sharing lecture plans with others. Here to help you organize your lessons in a better way is a web app called Planboard. Read more: Planboard: A Web App To Help Teachers Plan Their Lessons

My image   Flint – Modern Internet users have social networking accounts on Twitter as well as Facebook. When people find an interesting link that they feel is share-worthy, they copy the link and share it on their Facebook and Twitter separately. But here to make it easier to share links and updates on your networking accounts is a tool called Flint. Read more: Flint: Easily Share Material On Social Media [Chrome]
My image   365Scores – Many sports fans frequently suffer missed games because they are busy with work. But you do not need a television to stay up-to-date with the scores of ongoing games. Here to help you and deliver that information to you on your phone is an app called 365Scores. The app covers scores of sporting events that cover more than a thousand leagues worldwide. Read more: 365Scores: Get Up To Date Sports Scores & Videos [iOS]
My image   [NO LONGER WORKS] Appzlist Market – The Android Marketplace offers a plethora of options in applications. Finding the best ones from the native interface can be very time consuming. Here to make application discovery easier for Android phone owners is a tool called Appzlist Market. The app offers its users news and reviews of the most interesting Android applications.
My image   Pygmyfoto – Are you looking for a way to show off photos on your website, but don’t need all the bells and whistles that come with sites like WordPress and other more advanced blogging platforms? Well, if so, Pygmyfoto might be right up your alley. It is an open-source, deployable web photo tool. Read more: Pygmyfoto: A Simple, Deployable Photo Roll Program For The Web


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  1. Todd Tanner
    March 15, 2013 at 6:28 pm

    It seems Appzlist is no longer available on Play, and I can't find a reason why anywhere. Not to mention, I can't find an .apk for it either. Did the app just disappear from the universe or something?

    • Aibek Esengulov
      March 17, 2013 at 11:38 am

      that's weird. looking into it

  2. Tom Six
    March 15, 2013 at 3:46 pm

    Pygmyfoto sounds great. Checking it out right now!

  3. Maxi3w
    March 15, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    I like the sound of Pygmyfoto (strange name!) as I gave up blogging but want to carry on showing my photography but not on a site, I'd rather it be on a fresh new site which is my own. I will surely check it out and hopefully it will be ideal. Thanx!

    Appzlist sounds great too. It can take ages searching for the best and most suitable Android Apps and we all have come across some 'not as expected' apps. So I shall be checking that one out as well. Double Thanx!!

  4. Todd Tanner
    March 15, 2013 at 4:38 am

    Appzlist looks interesting. Gonna try it out, thanks for the tip off on that one.

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