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VyuMe – Literally hundreds of URL shrinking services have launched over the last couple of years and most of them offer nothing unique or different. In this crowd, VyuMe (pronounced View Me) is among the very few that do stand out due to unique features. In addition to offering a very good URL shrinking tool, VyuMe also adds a social touch to it. Read more: VyuMe: URL Shortening With Notes, Comments & Stats

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Tagg – Are you tired of uploading images and then tagging them one by one? Would it not be easier if you could just tag photos at the same time you take those images? Well, Tagg allows just that. It is a handy iPhone tagging app that allows users to tag their friends and family members visible in the photograph and share them online. Read more: Tagg: Automatically Detect Faces In Photos & Share Them On Facebook & Twitter [iPhone]

 

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Think With Google – is a data driven resource that provides you with lots of consumer trends, marketing insights and other industry-specific research information in an easy-to-read manner. To start with, you can browse the latest insights including information about that particular topic, and articles, studies and videos. Read more: Think With Google: Google Powered Data, Insights & Trends

 

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Src-Img – is a simple bookmarklet that helps you search for other sources of an image, using Google Image Search. One objective of the tool is to find the original creators of images you see on blogs without attribution. However, the tool can be used for lots of other purposes. Read more: Src-Img: Automatically Searches For Other Sources Of Same Image

 

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KinderTown – Children enjoy handling iOS devices. But if you are about to let your child use your iOS device, it would be best if you let them use an educational app. Searching for educational apps on the iTunes store is not that straightforward. A tool dedicated for this purpose alone is called KinderTown. Read more: KinderTown: An App Store For Education Related Apps (iOS)

 

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