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|Sneaky Cam – There are certain situations in which you would want to take pictures through your phone discreetly. But even if you turn your phone to silent and disable its flash, anybody who is looking at your phone’s screen will be able to tell that you are taking a picture. Offering a solution to that is a phone app called Sneaky Cam. Read more: Sneaky Cam: Take Pictures With Your Phone Without Letting People Near You Find Out [Android 2.2+]|
|– It’s incredibly easy to spend money on cool toys and gadgets, but saving money can prove to be incredibly challenging. Those little expenses add up quickly, and the next thing you know, that important goal you’ve been working towards is thrown out of the window. A new website called RedMica is designed to help you formulate a budget. It works in a method similar to Mint, but it’s built to be much more friendly to the beginning budget maker.|
|Humble New Tab Page – Not many users actually use the links that appear in the browser’s new tab page. Usually the sites shown there are the most visited ones and users simply use the bookmarks toolbar to access those sites. Here to make the new tab page in Google Chrome more useful than ever before is an app called Humble New Tab Page. Read more: Humble New Tab Page: Replace The New Tab Page With Useful Links & Weather [Chrome]|
|Ribbet! – Are you looking for an easier way to improve your photos? If so, look no further than Ribbet!. It’s an easy to use web app that does most of the photo editing for you. With a single mouse click it can take your pictures and make them look much better. Just upload a photo, and it will improve it right away, with no effort on your part. Read more: Ribbet!: An Easy To Use Online Photo Editor|
|Cirrus – Dropbox is a great way for sharing files if you travel between multiple computers. If you have the Dropbox app installed, you simply edit and save the file, and everything just works. However, what if you are somewhere that you can’t install Dropbox? Then you have to download the files, make edits, and re-upload them. That’s where Cirrus Editor comes in. Read more: Cirrus: Edit Files In Dropbox On The Web|
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