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Done Not Done – Because we are so occupied with the tasks that we want to do, we often forget about all the fun tasks that we actually want to do. There are many books, movies, and music artists that your friends might have recommended for you to check out but you simply did not have the time to do so. Here to help is Done Not Done. Read more: Done Not Done: A To-Do List For All The Fun Tasks You Want To Do

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Sitegeist – You might have lived in your city for years without knowing some of the most significant facts about it. These details might seem trivial but they can help you out in unexpected ways. Thus knowing them will only add to your overall knowledge and potentially benefit you in the future. Here to easily provide this information to you is a smartphone app called Sitegeist. Read more: Sitegeist: Find Out Various Interesting Details About Your Location


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Grambacker – There are even Facebook apps and other services that connect with people’s Instagram accounts to better share their photos. What iOS device owners usually not pay attention to though, is creating a backup for their Instagram images. Here to help out in this department is Grambacker. Read more: Grambacker: Make a Backup Of Your Instagram Photos To Your iPhone Or Dropbox [iOS]


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Video Resumer – Unfortunately sometimes you need to leave your computer to complete a task in the middle of a YouTube video. Turning the computer back on, heading on to YouTube, and finding where you had stopped watching the video can be difficult for long videos. Here to help out Google Chrome users in this department is the excellent Video Resumer. Read more: Video Resumer: Resume YouTube Videos From Where You Left Them [Chrome]


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Professor Word – Modern aptitude exams have a special focus on English vocabulary and your knowledge of the meanings of many words is tested. There are various techniques developed to help students learn but if most of your time is spent online, then computer tools will suit your exam preparation best. Read more: Professor Word: A Bookmarklet That Helps You Prepare Vocabulary For SAT, ACT & GRE


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  1. Jeremy Garnett
    May 22, 2013 at 10:55 pm

    Perfect. Done Not Done looks like the perfect service to track all those posts on MakeUseOf I intend to reply to.

    • Jeremy Garnett
      May 22, 2013 at 11:29 pm

      There I go again - speaking before I look. Done Not Done is just another system to track Movies, Music & Books, and only those they have in their database.

      Oh well. [Sigh]

  2. Ali Khan
    May 22, 2013 at 6:10 pm

    I am bookmarking Done not Done and Professor Word, both seem nice to me.

  3. David Moreira
    May 22, 2013 at 8:47 am

    Too bad that Done Not Done doesn't have an Android app...

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