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My image   [NO LONGER WORKS] ImmediateCrypt Web Demo – Sometimes while sending messages over Facebook or any other medium, you need to ensure that only the intended recipient of the message can read the message. For this purpose you will need to encrypt your text with a password. Here to help you do that is a web service called ImmediateCrypt Web Demo, that can encrypt pieces of text with a password.

My image   Mashduo – Are you the type of person who loves pointing out new music that you think your friends may like? Maybe you just want to see if you have a bigger music collection than your friends? Mashduo is the single easiest way to compare your library with a friend and fill in the gaps with the songs that are different. Read more: Mashduo: Compare iTunes Music With A Friend [Mac]
My image   WhoAreYou – You already have caller ID on your mobile phone, right? Of course you do, as long as the person is listed in your contacts. What about those annoying callers that are not stored in your phone? What can you do about finding out who they are before you answer? You can simply download WhoAreYou on your Android phone and be ready to go. Read more: WhoAreYou: A True Caller ID [Android]
My image   Track My Life – Do you wonder where your time goes? Sometimes at the end of a day it can feel like we didn’t do anything or go anywhere. Other times it feel like we traveled half the world in an instant. If you want to be able to look back and see where you went, Track My Life is an app for that. Read more: Track My Life: Find Where You Spend Most Of Your Life [iOS, Android, Windows Phone]
My image   Right Zoom – If you are a new Mac user coming from Windows, you may be a little confused about the green “+” button on a window in OSX. Windows users are accustomed to clicking maximize and having the window fill up all available screen space. Fear not switchers, because with Right Zoom, you can make the “+” behave just like Windows. Read more: Right Zoom: Make the Maximize Icon In Mac Behave Like Windows [Mac]


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