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|Kikutext – Parents need to be more aware of their child’s progress in the classroom. Unfortunately, neither parents nor the teachers usually have enough time for regular meetings. What is required is a simple communication platform that lets teachers reach out to the parents. This can be achieved without an actual meeting, thanks to Kikutext. Read more: Kikutext: A Site That Lets Teachers Text Parents About Their Child’s Progress In Class|
|Podcastomatic – In many ways, consuming online content is better when heard than read. If you are an avid podcast listener, perhaps you’d wish that all online content goes through your podcast app. Podcastomatic is a web service that converts your favorite blog into a podcast show you can subscribe to and download with iTunes or any podcasting app. Read more: Podcastomatic: Convert Website Content Into Podcasts|
|Syndifeed – is a web app that pools content from your favorite websites and present them in a seamless, readable layout. It lets you enjoy a magazine-like experience, letting you sift through content quickly on any device. Once you have added your favorite websites into your account, you can read the content from the dashboard or bookmark new content to read later. Read more: Syndifeed: A Simple & Cool Way To Stay Updated With Favorite Websites|
|ChatTime – Thanks to services like Skype, you can now call people for free anytime you want. But for calls that are from your VoIP app to others’ phones, either landline or cellphone, you have to pay a significant amount of money. The rates at which you make these calls are not cheap. Here to offer a solution to all of this is an iOS application called ChatTime. Read more: ChatTime: Make Free & Cheap Calls Everywhere In The World [iOS]|
|WhoTalking – Twitter’s search tool is notoriously unreliable, and remains one of the service’s major complaints among users. Facebook is a closed social network, and that makes searching even public entities like company pages a drag – not to mention you need an account. That’s why tools for searching are now useful, and one such tool is WhoTalking. Read more: WhoTalking: A Multi-Lingual Social Media Search Tool|
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