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Yep! – Tired of the same old crowd? Want to arrange a night on the town but fed up waiting for your friends to come online? Whatever you want to do, from dining out to walking in the park, going to the gym or just a coffee, Yep! puts you in touch with fun people nearby interested in sharing your activity. Convenient and simple to use, Yep! makes it easy to reach new friends wherever you are.

Cloudfogger – encrypts your data on the local device before it gets uploaded to the cloud. That guarantees that Dropbox and others never get access to the content of your files. Cloudfogger protects your privacy with 256bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption. Manual encryption and decryption of your files is not necessary with Cloudfogger.

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No-IP – Do you have a dynamic IP address? If so, then point it to a static hostname for easy remote access. With No-IP you create an easy to remember hostname, this hostname is the URL that you type into your browser to connect to your remote device. Their Dynamic Update Client then takes your hostname that you created ( and points it to your IP address.

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Penflip – Focus on writing with the minimalist markdown editor, or work offline with your favorite text editor. Send a link to gather feedback – no downloads. Easy version control and revision history built right in. Download your beautifully formatted ebook with just one click. Compile to PDF, ePub, HTML and more. Prefer to use your own text editor? You can. Each writing project has a git repository with full access.

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Murtastic – Do you want to create your one-of-a-kind live wallpapers? Maybe a wallpaper that laughs at its own jokes? Murtastic provides a platform for you to create your own unique live wallpapers. Make live wallpaper to be anything you want – a short animation comprised of text emoticons, personal mottos, and even a wallpaper with a bad temper. The possibilities are endless.

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  1. Ingo
    July 17, 2014 at 7:44 am

    The link to Murtastic refers to a different link than it should...
    Maybe you could fix it? Thanks and keep up the nice work! Lots (not all, but lots :-) ) of the links and tools posted are really helpful!

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