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|myTwebo – With more and more users flocking to Twitter each month, it has become a prime medium of communication similar to emails and text messages. With this, comes an increased importance of backing up tweets so they don’t get lost in case of a server crash or accidental deletions. myTwebo is one of the best apps to carry this out. Read more: myTwebo: Backup Tweets to PDF.|
|– Love Google Buzz but not enough to login in to Gmail again and again? Here’s a quick solution: get RSS feed for any Google Buzz profile and read updates on your favorite RSS reader. Buzz2Feed is a quick tool to do that without any hassle.|
|– Looking for that one soundtrack that will compliment your mood? Then check out the Mood Traxxer. This is a mood based music player online that will help you find music by selecting a mood and other wacky details.|
|Easy Poster Printer – Have you ever wanted to create a poster on your little printer but never thought you could due to size issues? Well that is where Easy Poster Printer comes in. It lets you load up an image to printed as a poster and it will set up a grid with 8 1/2 x 11 pieces so you CAN print that poster out. Read more: Easy Poster Printer.|
|Dlvr.it – When it comes to publishing feeds on Twitter, people usually mention TwitterFeed. However, there is one application that seems to be more efficient, smoother and feature-rich. Meet DlvrIt. Instead of setting individual feeds to post to a Twitter account, you can create a group and automatically publish RSS feeds to Twitter or Facebook. Read more: Dlvr.It: Automatically Publish RSS Feeds To Twitter & Facebook.|
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