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|Click-Free Browsing Extension – is a tool that allows Chrome users to browse their computers without having to click on anything. The extension just requires users to place their mouse icon on the option they want to select in their Chrome browser. The tool has introduced browsing options. Read more: Click-Free Browsing Extension: Scroll Webpages & Open Links Without Clicking [Chrome]|
|InstaWallpaper – is a free service that lets you create wallpaper collages from Instagram photos for almost any screen size without registration or downloading software. You don’t even need to have an Instagram account. Experiment with the options and and once you are ready, download it to your computer or mobile device. Read more: InstaWallpaper: Create Wallpapers With Instagram Photos|
|WishMindr – There are numerous websites that let you create online shopping wishlists and gifts wishlists that are shareable; but how can you ensure that your friends will remember your wishlist before buying something for you? The answer comes in the form of WishMindr. Read more: WishMindr: Create Wishlists & Send Timely Reminders For Them To Friends|
|Tweeting Earth – If the normal search provided by Twitter is not enough for you, check out Tweeting Earth. It lets you search for and visually view tweets from different global timezones with a scroll of your mouse. Simply go to their website and search for a tweet by hashtag (e.g. #LondonOlympics) or keyword (search field is in the top right corner). Read more: Tweeting Earth: View Tweets From Different Timezones With A Scroll Of Your Mouse|
|Speek – Placing a conference call online to other computer users is not as straightforward as one might imagine. Bridge numbers, timing issues, and pin numbers all complicate things. Additionally the call is haphazard – you are never sure who it is in the conference whose voice you are hearing. Here to help solve those conference call issues is a web service called Speek. Read more: Speek: Place Conference Calls to Numbers In The US|
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