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HomeTube – Looking for an app that will keep your children occupied for a few minutes so you can wash the dishes in peace? HomeTube to the rescue!
HomeTube transforms your Android device into a safe, child-friendly haven where kids have instant access to watch whatever YouTube content they want from a list of content you deem suitable.

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Piconka – When you don’t want to forget about your bookmarks — Piconka will remind you. Either drag & drop things on a page, or hover the cursor over the image and say ‘bookmark’. Drag & drop images, text selection, links to Google Drive. Email a bunch of links with one click. Have offline access to all your web clips and bookmarks.

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SuperGenPass – is a different kind of password solution. Instead of storing your passwords on your hard disk or online — where they are vulnerable to theft and data loss — SuperGenPass uses a hash algorithm to transform a master password into unique, complex passwords for the Web sites you visit. SuperGenPass is a bookmarklet and runs in your Web browser.

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Super-Looper – is a fun music making app, shaped by the sounds of the ’80s. It is so easy to make music anyone can do it. Use the loops to build up layers and tracks. Record your creations and share them with friends on Facebook or Twitter. Use sounds from the greatest analogue synthesizers and drum machines.

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Castround with Twitter – gives you a bird’s eye view of a community in real time by utilising Twitter. See what people are talking about right now. Find out about gossip, celebrity spotting, breaking news, events and a whole lot more. Discover what’s happening in your own town or zoom to anywhere on the planet and see their live tweets with trending and location topics.

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  1. stephen
    September 15, 2014 at 4:02 am

    We prefer to use Keepass for our password storage. You are able to store the database on your favorite cloud storage so it's never lost and you can sync it across multiple machines and devices.


  2. Slava Snezhkov
    September 14, 2014 at 8:51 am

    Hi Saikat, Piconka developer here. You are right, the tool is meant to address the so called "bookmark and forget" problem. I'm happy to know that you find it useful, thanks.

  3. Saikat B
    September 14, 2014 at 4:22 am

    Piconka looks super useful. I guess it's meant to treat out "bookmark and forget" syndrome. It's happening with tools like Pocket also, which isn't really meant to be a bookmarking storehouse.

  4. chromesucks
    September 13, 2014 at 5:10 am

    Sick of these Chrome only addons. What about Firefox?

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