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Talkspace – is affordable, anonymous therapy with professional and licensed therapists. Any time and any place, on your mobile device or on the web, you
are always safe in your private space with your therapist who is waiting to help you make a real difference in your life. Unlimited messaging therapy costs $25 a week, paid monthly.

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Hukkster – lets you know when products you want go on sale. Hukkster is simply a button that lives in your browser. So it’s always there when you shop online. Shop as you like. No new site to visit. Browse the stores you already love and hukk your favorite products. Collect products from different stores in one place and buy your favorite. Only get sales alerts on products you actually care about.

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Doze – offers infinite streaming of relaxing music and other ambient sounds to help you sleep, or just to relax. Just press play and a track will be randomly chosen and streamed from their server. Set a sleep timer, dim your screen and relax. Doze has endless playback so you don’t need to worry about disruptions.

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Virtru – Everyone has a right to keep their digital content private and secure. With Virtru, you can choose when to keep your digital content private and secure even after it’s shared online. Manage and revoke access to emails, photos, files and other content at any time, right from within your favorite programs like Gmail, Outlook, and Mac Mail on your desktop or smartphone.

My image – continually monitors your availability and will work with your recipient to find a commonly available time. It remembers your most common meeting locations and availability, so you can schedule a meeting in seconds. will send you and your recipient an email whenever an event has been scheduled or rescheduled.

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  1. dragonmouth
    May 16, 2014 at 1:39 pm

    Talkspace - "anonymous" and "Internet" is a contradiction in terms. Sooner or later (probably sooner) government entities, insurance companies, etc will demand access on the grounds of "national security", and assorted hackers will hack into the files. So much for anonymity on the 'Net.

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