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Twitbridge – If you are an active Twitter user and can’t live without constantly checking your Twitter stream wherever you are, check out Twitbridge. It is a web proxy that lets you access Twitter even from places where its access is blocked by a firewall or a proxy (high school, work, different country etc). Read more: Twitbridge: Access Twitter From Behind Firewalls

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Twitonomy – For somebody who wants insight on trends, opinions, and discussions, Twitter just might be the best place. But the native search in Twitter lacks in many ways namely, the gathering of specific statistics. Here to fill that gap left by the social network’s native interface is a web service called Twitonomy. Read more: Twitonomy: Get In-Depth Stats About Tweets & Twitter Users


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WhoPaidIt – keeps track of expenses easily, without having to work out even splits or keep your own records of who paid what and for how much. The app uses Facebook to quickly connect friends, so if your friends don’t have Facebook then they’ll be unable to use the service. Once everyone in your group is connected, simply create a shared expenses group. Read more: Keep Track of Group Expenses Automatically


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Simplayfy – Are you sick of switching iTunes every time you want to change songs or do anything? For dedicated iTunes users, switching back and forth to it constantly is certainly not the most convenient way to do things. Simplayfy is the perfect application for Mac users who need quick access to iTunes. Read more: Simplayfy: An Incredibly Simple Way To Control iTunes [Mac]


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Last Message – Any mobile phone user can confirm that the phone battery running out is not a good situation to be in. In addition to missing calls and text messages, what is feared more is that your friends will misinterpret your lack of response as ignoring them. Fortunately for Android phone owners, this is no longer a problem, all thanks to an application called Last Message. Read more: Last Message: Notify Contacts That You Are Unreachable After Your Phone Battery Gets Low [Android]


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  1. David Moreira
    May 17, 2013 at 11:47 am

    LastMessage seems like an interesting service.

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