Magpie – is a Git-backed Evernote replacement, and a web tool for managing text files in a git repo. In it, you can create notebooks (which are just folders); create, edit, and delete notes (which are just files). However, when you make any of these changes, they are automatically committed to git. The project is an attempt to make a reasonably sufficient Evernote replacement where the users control their data.
Time-Away – Your kids need TimeAway from their phones and tablets. That’s why they need this app. After installing TimeAway on both the parent and child phones / tablets, you can remotely monitor your kids’ device usage & app downloads. Locate your kid when they are “on the go”, pause all devices for family events, like dinner, create time limits for apps, like Instagram, and block apps, like SnapChat.
Peggo – listening to music on YouTube is all well and good, but what if you want to listen to that music offline? That’s why you need Peggo. Simply insert the YouTube link into the field provided then click the button to begin downloading. You can see a preview of the video, so it will be easy to record the part you want.
Find Guidelines – there are lots of reasons why you would need a company’s brand logo. Perhaps you are designing something which advertises that company or perhaps you want to link to them on your website. Find Guidelines is a site which links to the brand logos of many well-known online companies such as Mozilla, Reddit, Twitter, and Facebook.
Animagraffs – have you ever wondered how something works? Are you the kind of person that dismantles something just to look inside and see all the moving parts? If so, you will like Animagraffs. It is a site that shows you how something works, by going inside the object. It includes how a gun works, and how a car engine works.