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GhostMouse – Repeating the same mouse and keyboard actions can quickly become boring and tiresome. Here to record and repeat those mouse and keyboard actions for you is an app called GhostMouse. Once the program is installed, you can click on the red recording button to have the app record your mouse and keyboard actions. Read more: GhostMouse: An App To Record & Repeat Your Mouse And Keyboard Actions

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GoAssign – Web service that helps you create schedules and rosters for employees. It offers an impressive array of features that include maintaining a team of people, assigning your team members tasks, sending notifications via email and SMS messages, and letting members exchange assignments. Read more: GoAssign: Easily Create & Manage Employee Rosters & Schedules (15 Free Accounts)

 

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PhraseUp – We all get stuck sometimes while writing or saying a phrase because we cannot remember that one word. PhraseUp is a tool that ends your frustration by completing sentences and phrases for you. Simply enter the words you remember and put an asterisk * sign for each missing word. PhraseUp will then show you a number of words that completes your sentence. Read more: PhraseUp: Find Words To Complete Sentences & Phrases

 

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Sign Me Out Lite – At times people leave their email or networking account signed in after using the account on a public computer. To ensure this never happens to you, you should start using a tool called Sign Me Out Lite, a free iOS application. Sized at only 1.4MB, the app offers a much needed function: it shows you if you have left your Gmail or Facebook account signed in at any location. Read more: Sign Me Out Lite: See If You Accidentally Left Your Gmail or Facebook Account Logged In Anywhere [iOS]

 

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Android Screencast – Sometimes, operating your mobile phone is inconvenient when using the phone’s small display. To help you with this problem, numerous applications have been created to let you control your phone through your computer. One of these useful applications is called Android Screencast, a simple Java-based application that lets you control your Android phone from your computer. Read more: Android Screencast: Control Android Phone From A Computer

 

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  1. Anonymous
    May 29, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    Sign me out site is awesome!
    I just discovered opened gmail at public computer :)

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