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|GuideGuide – Unlike some of Adobe’s other products, Photoshop does not come with a feature to automatically draw grids. This can be a pain especially if you have to create custom grids over and over again. GuideGuide is a neat little tool that helps you with setting Grids in Photoshop. Read more: GuideGuide: Easily Set Up Grids In Photoshop|
|Translate Twitter Tweets – Some of your tweets may be targeted at people whose native language is not English. For those tweets, it would be convenient to post the translation of your tweet into your stream. With “Translate Twitter Tweets” you can do this easily. After you authorize the app access to your Twitter account, you start posting the language tags next to your tweets. Read more: Translate Twitter Tweets: Post Translations Of Your Tweets & Reach Out To Wider Audience|
|Extragram – Instagram is a popular iOS application that people use to take pictures, upload and share them with others online. A helpful way to manage all your Instagram photos, browse, share and comment on them is provided by Extragram, a free to use web service. It lets you do a number of fun things with photos on Instagram. Read more: Extragram: Cool Way To Browse, Manage & View Your Instagram Photos|
|– With lines being shown in a certain code, somebody can easily refer to a particular code section while explaining or asking a question. This ‘lined’ form of code is what you see on most websites. One easy way to get this view is through using a tool called Pdfy, a web tool that adds lines to your C++ code.|
|iDoneThis – Here is another distraction-free app that also helps you become more productive. iDoneThis is an email-based tool that lets you log your productivity by simply asking what you did today. This tool records your answer in a month-view calendar so you can easily check your progress and motivate you to do better. Read more: iDoneThis: Online Calendar To Log Your Productivity & Track Progress|
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