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|2houses – After they have separated, the biggest problem couples face is managing their children. Sharing schedules of dates, expenses, and trips becomes very hectic at times. What is required is a tool that lets things proceed swimmingly and keeps things convenient for the separated parents. This is exactly what a website called 2houses offers. Read more: 2houses: A Web App For Separated Couples To Manage Their Children’s Schedules|
|PriSpy – Many of the things we desire normally do not lie within our budget. But in case they do fall within your budget, you would want to know about it as soon as possible. Notifications of such an instance are what a tool called PriSpy provides. It helps you keep track on the dropped prices of your favorite items. Read more: PriSpy: Monitors Price Drops For Desired Products|
|TruLy – While anonymity is a major advantage of using the Internet, it is also one of its biggest disadvantages. There are numerous situations in which you need to verify the identity of the person you are dealing with online e.g. while buying or selling something. To help accomplish this, a web service called TruLy was created.|
|Retweet: Find Out How Many People Retweeted Your Tweets– You might have many followers on Twitter, but how do you filter out the passive followers from ones that actually share your message with others? Obviously you need to find out which people on Twitter are retweeting your messages. While this can be an extremely tedious job to perform manually, it can be made much easier with an app called Retweet. Read more:|
|TwitFlicks – Twitter is a place where people talk about nearly everything. Thus if you are wondering which movie to go and watch, Twitter would be a good place to find out which movies others are talking about. Here to help you find this out is a web service called TwitFlicks, that ranks movies based on their mentions on Twitter. Read more: TwitFlicks: Discover Which Movies Are Getting The Most Twitter Mentions|
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