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|– Imagine you are about to share images online. Normally you would do this through an online uploading interface of an image hosting website. This means you individually have to upload each photograph, wait for the upload’s completion, and then share the album’s URL with your friends. But with DropGallery that process becomes remarkably quicker and simpler.|
|– If you feel the need to to ditch the conventional hiring method that involves scouring through long text-based resumes, and you want to try something new then HireHive is something you could take a look at. It creates online job application questionnaire, that not only supports text, but images and videos too.|
|xFiles – There are a number of tools that let you share large files by uploading them to a server. However they all have an inherent risk of security and server dependency. xFiles is a P2P based file transfer service that completely eliminates all of these risks. Just head over to xFiles and choose the file you want to transfer. Read more: xFiles: Easily Exchange Large Files Online|
|– It is very problematic when you are in a hurry to leave and cannot find your phone; soon this causes panic and makes the phone search even more difficult. If you have a landline, you can call your phone and see where the ringing is coming from; but if you do not have a landline, FoneFindr is the best option.|
|RemoteDroid – is a cool app that turns your Android phone into a wireless mouse and keyboard that can be used with any computer running Windows, Mac or Linux. The app lets you use your Android screen as a mouse with a touchpad. Read more: RemoteDroid: Use Your Android Phone As A Wireless Mouse|
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