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Easy Uninstaller – is an easy, fast & handy uninstall tool for Android. Remove apps by using several taps. Clean up storage and free up more space. Features include batch uninstall, list all installed apps, show app name, version, update time, and size. Search for an app by name, and much more.

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Codota – is a crawler which extracts coding patterns from a vast number of Android apps. Search or browse to get the best example code from over 7 million sources, including GitHub, Google Code, and StackOverflow. To help obtain broader and deeper knowledge, Codota shows the corresponding tutorials and forum threads right next to the code snippet.

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Fanchimp – is a social media marketing tool for your small business needs. It integrates your favorite blogs and recommends the best content to share with your Facebook & Twitter followers. Based on what you sell, Fanchimp selects and suggests the best content to attract new followers. Add content to the weekly publishing queue with just one click.

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GetYou – is a social platform for revealing how the world gets you at first glance & how contacts grasp your personality characteristics. Start playing and discover yourself while meeting people in a whole new way. GetYou is available for both the iPhone and Android platforms.

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Tape.ly – is a new way to share music. Create a digital tape and share it with your friends, just like an old-school mixtape cassette. Easily upload your tracks online, add a cover image to your playlist, customize background, colors, fonts and layout of the tape, share it with your friends instantly by sending them a link, and much more.

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  1. Nicoletta
    August 14, 2014 at 3:36 pm

    Hi there! I'm the founder of Fanchimp. (btw thanks Mark for list us here) If you need any help or you want to send me any questions, you can reach me at my email nicoletta [at] fanchimp.com or by twitter @nikla88 & @fanchimp.

    I wish you a nice day!

  2. Stanimir M
    August 14, 2014 at 2:04 pm

    +1 for Codota

  3. Emma
    August 14, 2014 at 6:54 am

    I've been using Codota for quite some time and they also have an awesome Chrome Extension that add API references and highlights any Android code snippet that you read online and allows you to save favorite code snippets.

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