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|NextStoriese – This is a free to use tool that helps its users find articles and stories similar to the current website they are viewing. The tool comes in the form of a browser bookmarklet which you can use with major browsers; you can also create a bookmarklet shortcut to your iOS device as a bookmark.. Read more: NextStories: Discover Related News Articles From Similar Webpages About Similar Topics|
|CSS Gradient Button – is a website for web developers and web designers that allow them to create a button using HTML & CSS coding. One of the best features of CSS Gradient Button is the fact that the website does not require users to have any sort of knowledge of HTML or CSS. Read more: CSS Gradient Button: A Simple Way To Create Gradient Buttons Online|
|– is a great extension for Chrome users that allows them to remove any person who is inactive and added in your Google+ circle. If you are an active user of Google+, you will already know that Google+ only allows users to add up to 5,000 people in their circles. People who are inactive just take up space and fill the quota.|
|Download Master – Downloading multiples files from a website is a tiring process. It involves a lot of clicks, some waiting, and then more clicks. If you are using Google Chrome, you can start downloading files at once using Download Master. Once Download Master is installed, you can download a bunch of files by clicking the icon on the extension bar. Read more: Download Master: Download Multiple Files From A Single Webpage [Chrome]|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] Google Reader Inline – Often while browsing the RSS feeds you get in your Google Reader, you find that many articles are cut short. You can click on the article titles to open them in a new tab but it would be more convenient for the link to open within Google Reader. A tool that helps you do this is Google Reader Inline, a browser extension for Google Chrome.|
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