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My image Substance – If you are looking for a free alternative to Google Docs for your group document editing needs, Substance is a great option for you. The web-based writer is much like Microsoft Word, only a little simpler. It’s easy to use and navigate for users of all levels. Best of all, because it is open source, it’s 100% free! Read more: Substance: Open Sourced Collaborative Document Editing

My image [NO LONGER WORKS] ForgetBox – If you are running on a tight schedule or are busy, yet want to send your relatives/friends/family the pictures they have been asking you about, then try ForgetBox, a useful software for people who tend to forget. The software allows people to send images over the Internet.
My image AndBang – There are numerous websites available online that let people collaborate in teams. While most of these tools offer effective solutions, they often come with distracting side-features that disturb a team member’s work. These problems are solved by the excellent collaboration web app AndBang. Read more: AndBang: A New User Friendly Collaboration Tool For Teams
My image NOWBOX – (yes, all caps, that’s how they prefer to write it) offers a new and innovative way to browse through YouTube and watch YouTube videos on an iPad. It first asks you to specify the categories that match your interests, then lets you connect your YouTube, Twitter and Facebook accounts. Read more: NOWBOX: A New Way To Watch YouTube Videos On Your iPad
My image StudyBlue – Flash cards are a great way to memorize things. If you are preparing for an exam where there are formulas or facts to remember, then you might want to create and use flash cards. StudyBlue is one studying source that helps you do this. It lets you create flash cards, save notes, and upload online resources. Read more: StudyBlue: A Web App To Help You Study Creating Flash Cards & Notes


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