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PictuTools – Normally when you need to manipulate an online image, you first download it to your computer and then work on it on your image editing application. Or you upload the image to an online image editor and then download the edited picture. Here to make matters much easier is a Firefox browser add-on called PictuTools. Read more: PictuTools: Get Image Manipulation Tools In Firefox

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InstaWifi – Many of us keep long complicated passwords for our Wi-Fi networks to keep them secure. This becomes a problem when friends come over and want to share our Wi-Fi since we usually do not have these long passwords memorized. Here to help you easily connect to your Wi-Fi networks without the need to remember long passwords is a tool called InstaWifi. Read more: InstaWifi: Scan QR Codes To Connect With Your Wi-Fi [Android 2.2+]


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Honey – This is a new handy browser plugin for Chrome that automatically finds the best coupon codes online and gives you the best savings while you are shopping at an online store. It supports hundreds of online stores including Amazon, Macy’s, Newegg and Home Depot among others. Read more: Honey: Saves You Money By Automatically Finding The Best Coupon Codes Online


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Browser View Plus – Are there certain links that you would prefer to open outside of Firefox? Maybe there is a certain website you frequent that only supports Internet Explorer? Do you have a live podcast you listen to that you would prefer plays in an external music player instead of the browser? Fear not, because Browser View Plus is here to make this as easy as possible. Read more: Browser View Plus: Open Links From Firefox In Other Applications


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Annotary – is a web service which allows you to highlight information, bookmark those sites, take notes, and share with other people. In other words, it’s a very good note-taking tool for any website. Any annotations and highlighting will stay where you put it whenever you return to the site, which makes remembering all of your edits no longer necessary. Read more: Annotary: Highlight Webpages & Take Notes Easily


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  1. Lisa Santika Onggrid
    November 23, 2012 at 12:27 pm

    I'll check out annotary:)

    • Aibek Esengulov
      November 29, 2012 at 1:14 pm

      cool, let us know your thoughts once you have checked it out

      • Lisa Santika Onggrid
        November 30, 2012 at 9:13 am

        I decide to stick with Scrapbook+Dropbox since I can also strip out unnecessary elements from the page in addition of annotating. Might be good for others, though.

        • Aibek Esengulov
          December 2, 2012 at 12:42 pm

          thanks for the feedback

  2. Terafall
    November 22, 2012 at 5:03 pm

    PictuTools and Browser View Plus are both great

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