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|Archy – There is already an official Google Drive app for Mac, so why would you want a third-party application instead of the one made by Google? Well of course it is a matter of preference, but the official Google app is not the most user friendly program out there. If you are looking for some a little easier to use, Archy is a fantastic option. Read more: Archy: Easy To Use Google Drive Manager [Mac]|
|Fruji – Do you want to know more about who follows you on Twitter? More specifically, do you want to know how influential and powerful your Twitter followers are? If so, Fruji is an incredibly powerful platform for finding out this valuable information. You simply log in with your Twitter account and it does the rest. Read more: Fruji: Complete Analytics Of Your Twitter Followers|
|MetroApp Link – Windows 8 comes with a bunch of Metro applications. When you need to run a Metro app, you will need to press the Windows logo key and then type the app’s name. Easy access in the form of a desktop shortcut is not provided for these applications. Here to fill this gap and provide you with convenience is a tool called MetroApp Link. Read more: MetroApp Link: Create Desktop Shortcuts for Windows 8 Metro Apps|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] LinkTuned – People use Facebook and Twitter to share many interesting links on the Internet. Finding a link you have shared in the past is not easy. Here to help you in this department by saving the links you share and making them searchable is a web service called LinkTuned, a free to use web service that connects with your Facebook and Twitter accounts. Read more: LinkTuned: Saves & Lets You Search Links Shared On Facebook & Twitter|
|GeoCha – is an online service for local communication and interaction. This service can help you start chats with people close to you who are also using GeoCha, but there’s also plenty more you can do. With GeoCha, you can create points of interest and participate in discussions around that point, look for news and jobs, organize meetings, and much more. Read more: GeoCha: Start Conversations With People Around You|
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