Slowy – is a tool which simulates custom connection’s conditions and limits the network traffic to a specified destination port or interface. It is created for web developers, like me, who need to test a website with a real-world connection, even on a local server. Slowy is an OSX MenuBar app, so it is lightweight and is placed only on the system topbar.
BookVibe – If you are addicted to books, you will know how difficult it is to get quality book recommendations. BookVibe aims to solve this problem. Get quality book recommendations from your friends on Twitter. Books you’ll love sent to your inbox every week. You don’t have to worry, they’ll take good care of your details and won’t sell them to any third parties.
Textter – has been described as a new way to send and receive text messages. The Live Messaging System allows users to text in real-time, allowing you to see each letter as it is typed. It will give people a truly live and interactive text messaging experience. LMS messaging uses unlimited characters per message in real-time.
Intubus – is an easy way to sell something on your site or social networks, with the use of a widget. You can upload any type of files, including graphic, video, music, photo, software or text files. Then you set any price you need, add a description and make a widget. The widget contains your content and other Intubus member’s content in addition.
WhistleOut – choosing a new mobile phone is a big decision, as it involves a lot of money over the long term. How can you choose the quality over the crap? WhistleOut is a site for the US, UK, Australia, and New Zealand (with Canada coming soon), which shows various mobile phones and their plans. Never choose a bad mobile phone ever again.