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|Collabshot – Screenshots are used for various purposes but if yours is simply to share them with other people, it is hard to find a better tool than CollabShot. This lightweight desktop tool works on almost all operating systems including Windows, Linux, Mac, Android, iPad and automatically uploads the captured screenshot to the web. Read more: CollabShot: Capture & Upload Screenshots With A Single Click|
|Webunal – This web app is of course a fun idea but useful nevertheless. Have a dispute to settle? File a complaint with the Webunal, let your opponent post his/her defense and let regular Facebook and Twitter users decide who is right. Anyone can file a complaint and anyone can be the jury. All you need is a Twitter or Facebook account. You can start judging any open case, review cases that have been closed and view the cases you have been involved in. Read more: Webunal: A Social Web Court To Settle Disputes Between Friends|
|– If you want to get more info about the person behind a Twitter handle, TweetPsych is a new psychological profiling online tool is here to help. Just enter the handle of any public Twitter account and TweetPsych will create a psychological profile based on a variety of factors. The tool analyzes the tweets of that user for certain categories.|
|– If you are always busy and on the move, it gets difficult to organize meetups with your friends and colleagues. If you are the type who would like to have lunches but can’t seem to make it work, then you should check out BusyLunches. This lunch planning app lets you create lunch dates and invite friends so you’ll know the time, place, and who will be coming.|
|Feed2PDF – If you like saving specific blog posts to PDF for later reading, then you should check out Feed2PDF. This simple web application browses through RSS feeds and generates a beautiful PDF file for you to read posts using your e-book apps like iBooks or another PDF reader. Using this tool is very easy. To start, just copy and paste a feed URL. Read more: Feed2PDF: Convert An RSS Feed To A Readable PDF|
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