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My image Wake N Shake – Anybody who sets alarms on his cellphones knows that the Snooze option is not very helpful. When people get up to the sound of the alarm, they immediately hit the snooze button and go back to sleep. What you need is an alarm clock that refuses to quit before it completely wakes you up. That alarm clock is Wake N Shake. Read more: Wake N Shake: The Merciless Alarm Clock [iOS]

My image Bantr – With Bantr, soccer fans can follow their favorite clubs and check in to different matches. You can find out the fixtures of your favorite team, whether they are in the Premier League, the Spanish League or any other for that matter. You can even predict who will win, rate players of your team, chat with other fans and more. Read more: Bantr : Follow Your Favorite Football Team & Engage With Other Fans
My image Plusist – Having accounts on multiple social networks often means individually visiting each network to update your status. But fortunately this is not true for Google+ users with accounts on Facebook and Twitter, all thanks to a web service called Plusist, a free to use web service that lets you simultaneously post status updates to multiple social networks.
My image ImagePlot – is an open source software which allow users to explore and manage image and video collections. Imageplot is equipped with many useful visualization tools which shows data as points, lines and bars. Best of all, there is no limit to the number of images which can be used in a single visualization. Read more: ImagePlot: Easily Visualize A Large Collection Of Images
My image MoodPanda – Keeping a record of how your mood has been over the past few days can be a helpful way to analyze how you have been feeling. Here to help you do exactly that by tracking your mood online is a web service called MoodPanda, a free to use web service that tracks your mood. You start by creating a new account. Read more: MoodPanda: Online Mood Tracking Service


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