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My image Streamified – If you own a smartphone, you probably use separate applications to keep in touch with your Facebook and Twitter accounts. In case you are using an application that lets you view updates from both, you are not able to control the precise features of each account you view. Here to change that is an iOS app called Streamified. Read more: Streamified: Get A Customized Stream Of Your Social Networks [iOS]

My image Citelighter – Research papers are a major pain. Writing them is no problem, but gathering all the information you need is an incredible headache. You need to go to the source and write down all the bibliographical information to make sure you properly cite quotes or paraphrases. Thankfully, Citelighter exists to make this process easier. Read more: Citelighter: Makes Gathering Information For A Research Paper Easy
My image SelfRestraint – People who use their computers to get work done often procrastinate by wasting time on distracting websites. What you could use is an application that blocks such websites for the duration you are working. Here to offer that service is a tool called SelfRestraint, a Python-based free to use open-source desktop application.
My image Code Cogs Equation Editor – is great for parents of home-schooled children who need to set up problems for their kids to solve. Using this handy editor you can create mathematical equations of all kinds with little or no coding skill required. Most of the equations are created by simply clicking on an image and filling in the numerals needed. Read more: Code Cogs Equation Editor: Create Equations With Latex & Save Them For Later
My image PhotoCal – If you use your iPhone or Android phone as the primary camera and take a load of photographs with it, then try out PhotoCal, which organizes images according to their date, making them much easier to find and sort. The application allows users to sort their photos by date, month and more. Read more: PhotoCal: Sort & Organize Photos By Date Taken [iPhone & Android]

 

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