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Blockless – This is a web service that helps you view websites that allow only web traffic from the United States. This website works by making you change your network adapter’s DNS settings. You can either change these settings on your device to enable it access to the US-only websites. Read more: Blockless: Access US Only Websites From Outside The US [10 Free Licenses]

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[NO LONGER WORKS] Synclib – is a useful service that lets you sync and share your files (photos, music, videos) across different devices. Once you have it installed, you can access your files from anywhere – your browser, desktop or your iPhone. To try out Synclib, first sign up for an account on their website. Read more: Synclib: Sync & Share Files Across Different Devices

 

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Flick Widgets – is an Android app that makes your Android smartphone obey your commands at the flick of your wrist, taking advantage of the phone’s built-in accelerometer. You simply flick your device left, right, front or back and it brings up a widget on the screen. Currently only two widgets are available – a volume control menu and a contact list. Read more: Flick Widgets: Control Your Android Phone With a Flick Of The Wrist

 

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FLV Crunch – FLV is one of the most popular video containers online. With some browser tricks, you can download streaming video from popular websites as FLV files. However, these files do not work well with tablets and smartphones, if at all. If you prefer the common MP4 or AVI files then you can convert your downloaded FLV with FLV Crunch. Read more: FLV Crunch: Convert FLV Videos To Popular Video Files (OS X)

 

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Wickr – When you are sending sensitive messages which you do not want shared with anybody, you do not want there to be any record of the message. One way to achieve this would be to have your messages expire after a time limit. Here to help you do that is a phone app called Wickr, a free to use smartphone application iOS devices. Read more: Wickr: Send Text Messages That Self Destruct (iPhone)

 

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