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|DropboxAutomator – Are you a frequent Dropbox user, who uses the site beyond its basic usage as a cloud storage tool? I am talking about folks who collaborate using Dropbox, share content with the public using Dropbox, and so on. Dropbox Automator – which is powered by an app called Wappwolf – should make the lives of such folks easier. Read more: DropboxAutomator: Automate File Processing From Your Dropbox Account|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] Noodzy – This is a free to use web service that lets you perform major online networking functions through a single text bar. You are provided with a text bar in which you can type in # and a list of available commands is displayed. You can create an account on the service and then link your networking accounts to perform the available functionsl.|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] Waterfox – Firefox is a browser known for its breadth of plugins and add-ons, as well as a strong open-source community. However, one aspect where Firefox lags compared to the competition is browsing speed out of the box. But if you want the speed that equals Chrome while keeping the functionality of Firefox, try out Waterfox.|
|Swap – Do you have spare things to trade? Or would you like to barter the stuff you have for things you like? Then you should check out Swap Market. This website allows you to post almost any item that you want to trade from books and collectibles, to daily deals, toys, and gadgets. Each user profile in Swap Market includes “items I have” and “items I want”. Read more: Swap: Trade Stuff For Things You Want Online|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] What’s Outt – When you have to check the latest media that has been released lately, you normally have to jump from one site to the other. For example, you will visit one site for movies, another for music, another for books, and a different one for games. Here to provide all such releases in the same place is a site called “What’s Outt”.|
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