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|QR Code Little Idiot – Creating QR codes lets you easily reach out to your smartphone audience because the smartphone owners can quickly scan your created QR code published someplace and reach your site. While traditional online QR code creators generate only PNG images for QR codes, a tool called QRCodeLittleIdiot creates QR codes with vector file format support. Read more: QR Code Little Idiot: Create QR Codes In Vector Format|
|EasyPhoto – While sharing pictures online, you might want to let people access the picture’s EXIF information as well. Additionally you might want to watermark the picture, in case you want to indicate ownership. Here to help you perform both these tasks easily for any picture is a tool called EasyPhoto, a free utility for Windows computers that lets you add a text watermark and EXIF information. Read more: EasyPhoto: Easily Add EXIF Data & Text Watermark To A Photo|
|AudioTweet – We all express our feelings through our status updates on online social networks. A status update usually is only a line of text. But if you want to update your status in a different way, you can start using AudioTweet to add audio to your status updates. It’s an online text-to-speech tool that works for numerous languages. Read more: AudioTweet: Add Audio Posts To Your Social Profiles|
|– Do you ever wish that people can see how much unread e-mail you have so that they will stop bugging you over e-mail? Fortunately, a new tool called Courteous.ly accesses your Gmail account and monitors your e-mail load such as your unread messages, total messages, and even how much mail you sent recently.|
|Gridcalc – If you are just starting out designing your website, the first thing you should think about is the width of the website and the type of layout that can fit within it. Gridcalc is an app that lets you calculate different layouts or grid combinations that are possible for your desired width. To start, just enter the width that you think is best for your webpage. Read more: Gridcalc: Create Website Grids & Widths For Your Web Layout|
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