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|AfterFocus – DSLR cameras can take visually appealing photographs that your phones are usually unable to take. But a new Android app called AfterFocus might help give your photos that “DSLR look”. The app lets you blur the background of your pictures to give the image subject more focus. Read more: AfterFocus: Bring DSLR-Like Photography To Your Android Phone|
|Pastelink.me – One of the greatest things about the Internet is the ability to share things. Sending large files is not always as easy as it could be though. Pastelink.me makes the process of sharing a file so quick and painless that anyone can do it. You can share a file on the site without ever making an account. Read more: Pastelink.me: The Easiest Way To Share Files On The Internet|
|My Facecard – These days, paper business cards are on the way out and digital cards are all the vogue. And it’s easy to see why. Instead of having a pile of paper cards creating a mess on your desk, you can instead swap details electronically, via computer or smartphone. One such smartphone app is My Facecard. Read more: My Facecard: Create & Customise Your Own Smartphone Business Card [iOS]|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] Shitter – is an interesting website that converts your Twitter social feeds into an actual roll of toilet paper! This is kind of great for people who want to have a little fun with their Twitter accounts and bring social networking into their bathrooms. You will be required to link your Twitter accounts with the Shitter website.|
|CalendApp – Your Facebook calendar is filled with important events you are going to attend along with the birthdays of your friends. To check these dates, you need to log in to Facebook every time and access the network’s calendar. Here to help by incorporating Facebook events into your phone’s calendar is an app called CalendApp. Read more: CalendApp: An iOS Calendar That Imports Events From Facebook|
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