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Rubular – Do you work in Ruby? Rubular is an awesome tool that allows you to text Ruby expressions in your browser as you write them. This can save a lot of time because you know the expressions are accurate before you go forward with your work. There is nothing worse than making a mistake and not finding out about it until later. Read more: Rubular: Browser-Based Ruby Regular Expression Editor

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CallFlakes – Phone calls that you get from coworkers almost always require a follow up. Perhaps you need to email them later or need to call them up at a certain date. But these things are often forgotten by people simply because they do not keep a note of them. Here to help is a useful phone application called CallFlakes. Read more: CallFlakes: Never Forget To Follow Up The Phone Calls & Text Messages You Receive [Android 2.1+]


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QuickLock – When your computer is at the workplace and you leave to get some water, you do not want somebody to come and tamper with your work. You might want to disable physical access to your computer while you are away for a short period of time. For Windows users, this can be done easily using WIN + L. But if you are a Mac user, you will need to get an app called QuickLock. Read more: QuickLock: Easily Lock Your Mac With a Click Or Hotkey Shortcut


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XYDiameter – Have you ever had a need to measure the angle or size of a picture or diagram on your computer screen? Using a physical ruler won’t return the size in pixels and finding an angle by holding up a protractor is just silly. For this task, here’s a handy little bit of Windows freeware called XYDiameter. Read more: XYDiameter: Easily Measure The Size & Angles Of On-Screen Elements


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Anvi Browser Repair Tool – If you suspect your browser has been affected by malware or are noticing some websites take you to different places than usual then it’s possible your browser settings have been tampered with. Malicious software can cause serious problems and so it always pays to have tools like Anvi Browser Repair at your disposal. Read more: Anvi Browser Repair Tool: Restore Browser Settings & Fix DNS Problems Caused By Malware


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  1. Garris Rago
    March 6, 2013 at 4:01 pm

    Will have to take a look at Rubular, sounds useful.

    Callflakes sounds great I HAVE to get that app!

  2. Lim3Fru1t
    March 6, 2013 at 9:31 am

    Callflakes looks great !

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