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My image Quick Event – Adding recurring events and ones that require detailed time mentions to your calendar usually has you filling out a form-type interface. But if you are an Android smartphone user, things are made much easier by a free app called Quick Event. It lets you add events to your calendar with special formatting that allows the specification of certain parameters. Read more: Quick Event: Add Events To Android Calendar Using Advanced Native Language Processing

My image 99 Colors – Normally taking a picture from your webcam and then adding effects to it requires using two separate apps – one to take the picture and the other to add effects. If you plan on sharing the picture on Facebook, add another step. Here to merge all these steps into a single app is the web service called 99Colors.
My image Multi Tabber – By pinning multiple applications to your Windows taskbar, you end up forming an untidy clutter on the taskbar. As a result, when you are in a hurry, you mistakenly click on the wrong app icon. Here to help you with this issue is a program called MultiTabber. Read more: MultiTabber: Create Multiple Versions Of Your Windows Taskbar
My image TimePanther – Freelancers who are simultaneously working on multiple projects might find it slightly difficult to track the time spent on each project. This can cause problems especially for jobs that pay according to the time spent on them. Here to help freelancers track those project times is TimePanther.
My image Snail Mail My Email – Emails are great – they are fast and convenient. But a handwritten letter nowadays is a refreshing form of communication. Here to help you surprise your loved ones with a short handwritten letter is a service called Snail Mail My Email. Read more: SnailMailMyEmail: Send A Handwritten Letter To Any Place In The World

 

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  1. Kevin Coffey
    October 7, 2011 at 4:01 am

    The Snail Mail My Email description is the description for yesterdays Google Image Chart Creator.

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