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|Ripcorder Screen – Screencasts can be extremely helpful in explaining a computer process to somebody else. While the options software required to record your screen activity are many for Windows, the story is not the same for Mac computers. This is why a Mac desktop app called Ripcorder Screen deserves attention. It makes high quality screencasts of your Mac’s display. Read more: Ripcorder Screen: A High Quality Screencast Recorder [Mac]|
|Mybucketz – Almost everyone has more than one profile on social networks. Between Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Tumblr, it can be hard to keep track of everything that’s happening on each of them with all the different friends and followers you have. A new website called Mybucketz is designed to take all of these different social networks and put the people who matter in special groups, aptly named buckets. Read more: Mybucketz: All Your Social Media In One Place|
|– is a web tool by Google that helps its users listen to music online. By using the service, you are able to upload your own songs to access them from anywhere and you are also able to discover new music. As with everything, there is room for improvement in the usability of the service. And this room is filled by Better Music for Google Play Music.|
|Soundslice – Thanks to guitar tabs being shared online, playing songs on the guitar has become easier than before. But sometimes, you need to see somebody play the song and visually check out their chord progressions. For that you log onto YouTube and move back and forth. Here to save you from all that jumping around is a web service called Soundslice. Read more: Soundslice: Get Guitar Tabs Of Popular Songs With Videos|
|AppSyncer – is a free app that can help you better manage your setup across multiple Android devices. The app takes a list of currently installed applications and allows you to choose which you would like to sync. You can then simply install AppSyncer on your other Android device and watch the apps go. The app does not sync your app data between devices, only the apps themselves. Read more: AppSyncer: Sync Your Installed Apps Between Devices [Android 2.1+]|
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