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Gmvault – Your email account can be backed up in a number of ways. But most tools that offer these backup solutions do not let you transfer one account backup to another Gmail account. Here to help with this is a nifty tool called Gmvault Gmail Backup. Read more:
Gmvault: Easily Create & Restore Encrypted Backups Of Your Gmail Account

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Rummage – eBay’s interface has remain unchanged for quite some time now. While shoppers are mostly concerned with the products rather than the site interface, they prefer for the site to be easy on their eyes. Here to offer eBay’s products in a visually friendly way is a service called Rummage. Read more: Rummage: Browse eBay Through Big Pictures


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WalletX – It was not long ago that everyone believed that Macs were impenetrable by hackers and viruses. Of course, that was a common misconception, and a couple of malicious viruses have served as a grim reminder of that fact. It never hurts to hide your private information a couple of layers deeper, and WalletX for Mac is a great free program that helps you accomplish just that. Read more: WalletX: Keep Your Information Safe & Secure [Mac]


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Click n Drag Checkbox – If you just checked your Gmail account and find it filled with trash messages and loads of unwanted emails, you might want to try the Click n Drag Checkbox for Gmail extension as it allows users to select more than one message at the same time by dragging one checkbox. The traditional method of selecting every individual inbox message is a hassle, not to say time consuming. Read more: Click n Drag Checkbox: Select Or Deselect Emails Via Click & Drag [Gmail]


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Moborobo – ThisMoborobo is an application for Android users that allow them to do pretty much everything with their Android smartphone – in terms of management. The software can be used to easily back up and restore data that includes backing up contacts and apps to PC and easily transferring them between Android and iOS devices. Read more: Moborobo: An Easy To Use Android Management App


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  1. Vijaynand Mishra
    August 28, 2012 at 9:13 am

    GM Vault is good

  2. Vijaynand Mishra
    August 28, 2012 at 9:13 am

    GMVAULT Is best

  3. GrrGrrr
    August 27, 2012 at 6:06 pm

    Gmvault looks good, thanks

  4. Efi Dreyshner
    August 27, 2012 at 3:47 pm

    Gmvault is AWESOME

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