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Bloapp – Today numerous people check their email on their smartphones. If you run a website or blog, it would be a good idea to create a smartphone application for your website. This will help smartphone owners stay better updated with your website. A tool that lets you easily create an app for your site is Bloapp. Read more: Bloapp: Create An iPhone Application For Your Blog [iPhone]

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Grab My Books – If you find an interesting article online that is too long to read in one sitting, you would probably bookmark it to view later on your computer. But it would be more convenient if you could somehow port the article to your eBook reader and read it from there. This is something that a tool called Grab My Books lets you do. Read more: GrabMyBooks: Convert Web Pages To ePub Files [Firefox]

 

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Data Wrangler – Tools that let you cleanse, extract or analyze data are usually very expensive and almost always tied to your desktop. If you happen to need something quick and dirty that can clean and transform data, Data Wrangler is worth a try. It lets you perform various data cleansign functions. Read more: Data Wrangler: Cleanse & Transform Data Online

 

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Unicodinator – Textual representations and symbols on our computer use a variety of characters. To explore these characters, you need a source that displays them and provides details such as encoding, comments, and location. Unicodinator is precisely such a source, a web tool that lets you visually navigate through Unicode blocks and codepoints 0000 through DFFF. Read more: Unicodinator: Get Unicode Information For Textual Symbols

 

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Send To Reader – Reading books on a Kindle is awesome but it can be much more fun if you can read online magazines, blogs and even newspapers on it. Amazon doesn’t allow it directly but you can use Send To Reader to send any webpage to your Kindle device. To start with, you have to register for free & allow your Kindle to receive emails. Read more: Send To Reader: Send Webpages To Kindle With A Single Click

 

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  1. Ades
    August 9, 2011 at 1:52 am

    Thanks Aibek for the mention!

    • Aibek
      August 9, 2011 at 12:41 pm

      anytime ;-)

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