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Upverter – If you are an engineering student or electronics enthusiast, you must have used a bunch of applications that let you create electronic circuit diagrams and schematics. But if you are using a computer that does not have such an application installed, you can create such diagrams using a web service called Upverter. Read more: Upverter: A Web App To Create Electronic Circuit Diagrams & Schematics

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Everyday Timeline – Keeping a private journal helps many of us. It is comforting to record our thoughts in a diary and keep a record of our updates and emotions. This way we can look back and quickly check dates of important happenings. But physical diaries come not only with a simple section to record thoughts but also sections for a calendar and noting down events. Thus any journal application for your smartphone that aims to replace the physical diary should include these extra sections as well. Everyday Timeline is a journal application for your smartphone that lets you record not only thoughts and events, but a lot more too. Read more: Everyday Timeline: Record a Complete Private Journal [iOS]


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BBC’s YOABM – The London 2012 Olympics is being viewed by countless people via television and the Internet. While watching those athletes, you might have wondered where your own body is ranked amongst the other athletes. Here to help you determine precisely that is the BBC’s tool called Your Olympic Athlete Body Match, a free to use online tool. Read more: BBC’s YOABM: See Where Your Body Ranks With Olympic Athletes


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Stagedom – Music fans are always checking various websites for new songs and music videos of their favorite artists. But what if you could get that content straight on your phone? That convenience is brought to you by an app called Stagedom. The app detects which artists you have got in your music library and it then lets you stream their songs and videos. Read more: Stagedom: Check Out Songs & Videos Of Your Favorite Artists [iPhone]


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Solvemall – is a web application that is sure to become a favorite with people whose favorite pastime is solving crossword puzzles. Still in its beta phase, the app offers a number of categories of crosswords for people to choose from. Once you get through with solving a particular crossword puzzle, you need to hit the ‘Check My Solution’ button. Read more: Solvemall: A Must-Visit Site For Every Crossword Lover [Web]


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  1. Joel Lee
    December 1, 2012 at 6:26 pm

    I wish Stagedom had an Android version. Sounds like a fun app that I'd like to try.

  2. Macwitty
    November 30, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    Solvemall was a good one - bookmarked!

    • Muz RC
      November 30, 2012 at 2:40 pm

      Yes solvemall is awesome, old school game... Hehe

  3. Lisa Santika Onggrid
    November 30, 2012 at 9:35 am

    Solvemail is a good one.

  4. Rajaa Chowdhury
    November 30, 2012 at 6:35 am

    Today I found a website by chance with a nice beautiful concept. If you want you can checkout . I found the concept pretty unique and fun way of teaching, I wish such thing was available in India.

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