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My image Moto Diary – If you are looking for an extremely simple and minimalistic online tool to start writing a daily journal then MotoDiary is something you should try out. This cross-browser tool that runs even on a cellphone, gives you a pen and paper feel when you type on its interface. The best part is the security. Read more: MotoDiary: Simple & Secure Online Journal

My image iPhone 4 Simulator – If you are an iPhone web app developer, then after you create an app, you need to test it. To do this you open up Safari in your iPhone and head on over to your web app’s URL. But through iPhone 4 Simulator, you can test your web app while staying on your main computer. Read more: iPhone4Simulator: Try iPhone Apps Online
My image [NO LONGER WORKS] Zin.To – Want your Twitter followers to call you without giving them your number? lets you do that painlessly. Once you sign in to using your Twitter credentials, you can provide a mobile number or Skype ID. then lets you send a tweet out to your followers including a unique URL. When anybody click on that unique link, they’ll be able to call you without actually seeing your number.
My image Sound Cities – The sound of the urban jungle is unique to each city. You won’t find the same combination of blazing cars, humming factories, pedestrian and crackles in the same place. These sounds make a living, animated city. Soundcities is a web tool that visualizes all these sounds. This online database combines Google Maps with sounds found online and field recordings. Read more: SoundCities: Discover City Sounds On A Map
My image HooeeyWebprint – Suppose you cannot find a Wi-Fi signal for your laptop or your internet is having problems. You visited a website yesterday that you need to view to complete a presentation you are working on. What do you do? Answer: HooeeyWebprint. Thanks to this neat tool you will be able to reopen those previously visited websites even if you do not have an internet connection. Read more: HooeeyWebprint: A Software To Capture Web Pages for Quick Offline Viewing


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  1. Coolmatin
    November 29, 2010 at 11:30 am

    iPhone 4 Simulator is good :)

  2. Coolmatin
    November 29, 2010 at 12:30 pm

    iPhone 4 Simulator is good :)

  3. Emily Moore
    November 28, 2010 at 6:18 pm

    MotoDiary looks cool but only works with certain browsers; unfortunately, FireFox isn't one of them but that's my problem...

    • Aibek
      November 30, 2010 at 8:01 am

      I pretty sure they are going to fix it in the near future.

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