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|– Translating text on the go is not a problem when you have a smartphone. Install one application and you will be set. But for people who own regular phones with no support for applications, TextLang will prove to be an invaluable translation tool. TextLang is a greatly useful service that lets you translate text and listen to how it is pronounced.|
|Recipefy – Recipefy is an online cookbook and food recipe social network. It lets you submit, share and manage your favorite food recipes online and discover new recipes submitted by users from countries all over the world. You can browse recipes from different countries, filter them by type (appetizers, starters, main courses etc) and by popularity. Read more: Recipefy: Food Recipes Social Network & Online Cookbook|
|Prostopleer: A Great Music Site That Lets You Find & Play Music– Online music sites usually promise to offer a unique set of features. But most end up being similar and not very user-friendly. If you are looking for a great music site that offers a simple interface along with music playing capabilities, then check out ProstoPleer, a free online media player service that lets you look for music. Read more:|
|Facebook Spectrum – If, like many others, you feel you are getting lost in details and missing the big picture of your life on Facebook, this new tool can help. FacebookSpectrum gives you a comprehensive yet succinct overview of your Facebook account. Once you log in using your Facebook account, the first tab displays the list of your friends in a fancy moving ball. Read more: FacebookSpectrum: Get A General Overview Of Your Facebook Account|
|Minimalist Google Calendar – Many of us use Google Calendar to record and plan our events. But the service’s interface does tend to look a bit untidy and distracting. To get a custom look for your Google Calendar interface, you can use a tool called Minimalist Google Calendar, a browser extension for Google Chrome. The extension lets you remove elements from the Google Calendar interface. Read more: Minimalist Google Calendar: Clean Up Your Google Calendar|
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