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|23snaps – People use social networks to share all kinds of info. But when it comes to pictures of your kids, you would not want to share them with the entire world. Instead, you would want to share those pictures with only your close friends and family members. What would be ideal is a private social network where you can comfortably share pictures and memories of your children. This social network is offered by a tool called 23snaps. Read more: 23snaps: A Private Social Network To Share Your Children’s Pictures & Videos With Close Friends|
|JoyTunes – Learning a musical instrument can be really difficult in the initial stages. This can be very discouraging for young children who have just begun learning. Here to offer some assistance is a tool called JoyTunes, a tool that helps young children learn the recorder or the piano. Read more: JoyTunes: Help Your Children Learn The Recorder Or Piano Through Interactive Games [iOS]|
|InternetOff – The Internet can be a big distraction while you are trying to work on your computer. One easy way to keep yourself from spending time online would be to quickly disable the Internet while you were working. Here to let you do that with ease is an app called InternetOff. Read more: InternetOff: Quickly Enable Or Disable The Internet Through Windows System Tray|
|Instamap – Instagram is a highly popular photo sharing service used by smartdevice owners. The service lets people share photos privately as well as publicly. You can check out the publicly viewable Instagram photos according to their location to see what other parts of the world look like. Here to help you do this is an app called Instamap. Read more: Instamap: A Fun Way To View Geotagged Public Instagram Photos [Android]|
|WishyBox – is a wishlist you that lets you add and keep track of items you wish to have and share it with friends and family. It has a simple drag-and-drop interface where you can add items (including purchase links, notes, prices etc) and rearrange them with your mouse. To set up your own wishlist, sign in your Facebook login and add items. Read more: Wishybox: A Simple Universal Wishlist|
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