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S42AT – lets you bookmark links you share by simply adding the #S42AT hashtag to your public status messages on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Instagram. Your links can easily be found without any registration, but registering gives you your own username and page for all of the links to be found easily.

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Nooly – Available for iOS & Android, Nooly is a weather app that predicts the exact minute rain or snow will start, the exact time light rain turns into thunderstorm conditions, and when exactly the storm will end. Each one of Nooly’s predictions is for an area of 0.4 square miles. Nooly predicts the minute rain starts, but it is only for the US and southern parts of Canada.

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Watchsend – records video of your users interacting with your iPhone app. Watchsend can upload videos every time your app crashes, so you get to see exactly how to reproduce every crash in your app. Watchsend automatically records and groups every screen viewed, button pressed, and action taken, so you can filter your recordings and look at exactly what matters.

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Squarespace – is a site which enables you to make your own website. Whether you need simple pages, striking galleries, a professional blog, or an online store, it’s all included with your Squarespace website. Best of all, everything is mobile-ready right from the start. Just add and arrange your content and features anywhere you want with the click of a mouse.

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TipMyTrip‘s mission is to make you experience every city like a local. Whether you like cozy bars, popular restaurants, loud concerts, or cutting edge art shows, TipMyTrip will identify all the local places and activities that you would go to if you were a local of that city. They provide tips from local people only. After all, local people know their city best and so only they can give you the best tips.

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  1. Nuala
    November 10, 2013 at 2:41 pm

    That watchsend tool might be great for an app developer - but looks pretty intrusive to the end user. The watchsend web site says the developer can choose to blur the actual text, not the user. Does the end user know their sessions are being recorded? Does the user have the option to decline participation in the "spying". Sounds like a fishy tool to be recommending here.

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