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Lockwatch – emails you with a photo and GPS location whenever someone tries to unlock your phone with the wrong password. Find out if someone is trying to unlock your phone or locate the thief that has stolen it. It’s a completely silent and invisible operation. No warnings are shown to the thief. There is little to no impact on the battery.

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Canary – is the easiest calendar app for managing multiple Google and Facebook calendars, and scheduling meetings with others. Find times when you’re free and send simple email invitations that schedule appointments with anyone in one click. Canary‚Äôs modern interface makes managing a busy schedule a breeze.

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iPhone Check – scrapes the Apple Store website for the most up to date information about the availability of the iPhone 5S in the US. Simply enter a US zip code, along with the color you want (gold, silver, grey), and your desired phone company. You will then see a list of Apple Store locations showing whether or not they have phones in stock.

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Awazza – when you use normal 3G mobile Internet, you download content from different servers all around the world and some of them are slow. With Awazza 3G mobile Internet, you download content from a single fast server. Awazza then speeds up 3G for you between 40% and 90%. Awazza anticipates your behavior and prepares the websites that you will visit.

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Wakeup.io – enables you to schedule a wakeup call to your mobile phone. Unlike many other similar services, this one accepts international numbers. And to combat abuse, it tells you in advance that a call has been scheduled, with the option to cancel the wakeup call and even block your number from the system permanently. The call consists of a short automated message, and premium features can be unlocked for a short fee.

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  1. Wakeup.io Support
    October 12, 2013 at 8:43 am

    Great to hear it is working for you Doc. Today we just released another feature, "Repeat" calls.

  2. Doc
    October 10, 2013 at 11:47 am

    Cancel my complaint above. Had my computer clock set on the wrong time zone. Does work without any problems when the loose nut in front of my keyboard is fixed.

  3. Doc
    October 10, 2013 at 11:41 am

    Problem with wake up call is that it is based only on US time - and does not take into account international time zones. Tried to set it in China, using China time - and it is scheduled to work some 13 hours later. Takes too much thinking and math to get it to work conveniently.

  4. Wakeup.io Support
    October 10, 2013 at 9:33 am

    Cancel should be working, please email support@wakeup.io otherwise. Thank you.

  5. Wakeup.io
    October 9, 2013 at 10:52 pm

    Thanks for featuring our website! - Wakeup.io Support

    • Bestgeek
      October 10, 2013 at 7:48 am

      OK. So with your website, I can practically set wake-up call for anybody in the world and annoy the hell out of them. And they don't even know what's coming for them.
      And your cancel call button is not working at all. Anyway it won't save from unknown set alarms.

      This is huge issue for me. At least provide an opt-out method or so. I want it and want it permanent from this scary service.

    • Mark O
      October 10, 2013 at 7:57 am

      Bestgeek - if you had bothered to read what I had written above, you would have seen :

      "to combat abuse, it tells you in advance that a call has been scheduled, with the option to cancel the wakeup call and even block your number from the system permanently".

      So no-one will be getting annoyed by anything.

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