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My image TuneSpotting – is an ultimate resource to search for and identify tunes. You can search for tunes using keywords or use your keyboard as a piano and play a tune for TuneSpotting to identify. With thousands of tunes stored in the database, there is a good chance TuneSpotting will know the tune that has been haunting you.

My image Ethercodes – There are quite a few collaborative text editing tools but they are not the most ideal solution if you want to work on code. EtherCodes however provides a really focused online collaborative code review and editing app for working on code with your peers in real time. No registration required, simply send the unique link of your session to your peers and let them write/edit code with you.
My image ProCSSor – If you are a CSS developer, imagine getting through a long coding task. Now all you have to do is prettify the code. Going through it all will undoubtedly take a lot out of your schedule. A much better alternative to manual editing is ProCSSor. Read more: ProCSSor: Prettify CSS Code Online
My image Yoink – Suppose there is a person living in your block who wants to give away his old jeans for free but cannot find anybody to give them to. You would love those jeans but are not aware that they are being given away by somebody living near you. Yoink makes sure that the two of you get connected and the jeans transfer from that person to you.
My image GroupMe – is a mobile real-time group text messaging tool that helps you easily communicate with a group of people via text messages on your cellphone. You need to enter your phone number that’ll register you for a free account. Once that’s done, GroupMe sends you a phone number that can be assigned to a group and used for sending text messages. Read more: GroupMe: Mobile Group Text Messaging Tool


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  1. Jenny
    October 26, 2010 at 9:31 am

    I think the problem with a lot of these websites is they don't solve the real problems and mostly create more problems in that we have to learn how to use them and then spend time using them and then they go bust. Ha!

    • Aibek
      October 28, 2010 at 11:02 am

      i think sites like GroupMe do solve real problems. It's also a fairly easy to use. Don't agree?

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