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BeeZee – I absolutely hate the feeling I get when I have to ignore or decline a call because I’m busy. Not only can some people find it rude in today’s “constantly available” world, but it will more than likely leave them wondering why you didn’t pick up and when they should try again. You could always send the person a message, but that will distract you. Read more: BeeZee: Let People Know Why You’re Busy & Can’t Answer Phone Calls [Android]

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Kemesa Password Manager – Thia is free to use web service that helps its users manage passwords. These passwords can be of anything: bank accounts, ATM pins, online accounts, etc. The website offers a secure interface that you need a powerful password and additional passphrase to keep. The interface lets you add passwords by specifying the name, website, email address, and username of the account. You can also add tags to the password so they are easier to locate later. Read more: Kemesa Password Manager: A Web App To Manage Your Passwords Of Various Accounts


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FOUNDD – Sometimes, coming up with the perfect thing to watch can feel impossible. When you are sitting around somewhere where you can’t watch a movie, a million ideas come to mind and then, as soon you get home to actually indulge in a film, all those ideas fly out the window. We’ve all been there. FOUNDD is a brand new service designed to rectify this situation. Read more: FOUNDD: Your Personal Entertainment Recommendation Engine


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Password Pad – Do you have some things you want to put on paper, but don’t want anyone to be able to read it? Then you need a writing app with encryption. Losing your MacBook or iPhone is never good, but losing it when someone is able to get access to your private information is even worse. Thankfully, Password Pad is designed to protect us. Read more: Password Pad: Writing App With Full Encryption [iPhone & Mac]


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Slices – All Twitter users know that a user’s Twitter stream can get very hectic and cluttered. Twitter lists are a feature not used by many users which leaves their streams haphazard. Here to help is a tool called Slices, a tool that currently comes in the form of an iOS and Android application requiring at least iOS 5.0 or Android 2.2. Read more: Slices: Slice Your Twitter Stream Into Manageable Lists [iOS & Android]


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  1. will
    November 26, 2012 at 2:22 pm

    very useful tools and sites on this one

  2. Steven Groves
    November 26, 2012 at 2:05 pm

    Lastpass is a better Password holder

  3. Pradeep Kumar
    November 26, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    well done thanks for it

  4. Terafall
    November 26, 2012 at 8:45 am

    I wonder if Kemesa is better than Lastpass

    • Saikat Basu
      November 26, 2012 at 4:29 pm

      In the end it boils down to reputation of one service over the other and your ease of use with it. I haven't used Kemesa, but LastPass seems to have more votes.

  5. NotoriousZeus
    November 26, 2012 at 5:20 am

    job well done.... thanks for another awesome list :)

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