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My image Eenox – As most of you will already know, Adobe announced a few days back that Flash would no longer be working for mobile devices and tablets – thus ending the reign of mobile flash and starting the age of HTML5. If you are one of those people who need to convert their websites to HTML5 format quickly and effectively, then you might want to give Eenox a try. Read more: Eenox: Create Interactive HTML5 Websites Quickly

My image Evernote Clearly – The market for clutter-free reading on the web seems to be growing by leaps and bounds. Instapaper and Readability are already fighting for dominance and suddenly we see Evernote jumping into the fray out of nowhere. It has launched a Chrome extension called Clearly that basically does the same thing – clearing the clutter from a webpage. Read more: Evernote Clearly: Simplified & Clean Online Reading Experience
My image Chrome Speak -, as the name suggests, is an add-on that enables the Chrome browser to read content selected on a website in a human voice. So basically, you can select a paragraph on a webpage, right click on it, go to the Chrome Speak option (assuming you have it installed) and then click “Read the selected text”. Read more: Chrome Speak: Let Chrome ‘Speak’ The Websites To You
My image Paypal Send Money – If you are friends with somebody far away and see on Facebook that it is their birthday, you cannot do much but post a birthday wish on their wall. You could go the extra mile and send them an eCard as well. But it still will not equal an actual present unless, of course, you use PayPal’s Facebook application called Send Money.
My image PolitkerUSA – One of the latest ways politicians are connecting with the general public is by using Twitter. Using the social network to track politicians and their updates would therefore be a useful move. Using a web service called Politicker USA, you can do precisely that. Read more: PolitickerUSA: Track & View Tweets Of US Politicians


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