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|StockTwits – Twitter users and stock traders have one thing in common – they are glued to their respective screens all the time. Monitoring latest stock updates and finding the latest tweets are almost the same activities. However, what if you can get instant tweets on your stock? Enter StockTwits. Read more: StockTwits: Check Latest Stock Updates & Advice In Real Time|
|– Creating a demo is one of the most effective ways to tell your audience what your tool can do. However, if your demo is boring and mundane, it can have a negative effect. If you want to learn how to create awesome demos, check out some really cool ones at GoogleDemoSlam. It is a collection of demos for services and tools based on Google technologies.|
|Zazu – Android phone owners have a number of free applications that can make their life easier. For example many people like to stay in touch with the news and weather. Zazu is one Android app that can read the news and weather out to you whenever you want. The app’s main function is to gather information on the local weather and global news. Read more: Zazu: Wake Up To Weather Reports, News or RSS Feeds (Android)|
|TestiPhone – Considering the huge popularity of the iPhone around the world, and its amazing web browsing capabilities, it becomes important for webmasters to make sure that their site displays correctly on the iPhone’s interface. TestiPhone.com is a nice web based tool that acts as an iPhone simulator, showing how a site looks on an iPhone. Read more: TestiPhone.com: Check How A Site Looks On iPhone|
|MapThatPad – Accommodation hunting can be a crazy feat, especially if you are new to the city and do not want to waste time checking out a dead end. That is why we turn to Craigslist – but then we run into the problem of sorting our listings properly to make the right call. Enter MapThatPad, a cool app based on Craigslist that you use to collaborate on apartment listings. Read more: MapThatPad: Hunting For Accommodation In An Easy & Organized Way|
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