Sunrise Calendar – is a gorgeous calendar app made for Google Calendar. Designed as a minimalist replacement for Google Calendar, Sunrise is a new experience that will make your life easier. Having been on the web, it is now made for the Mac OS X.
Revunote – works with Evernote to help you learn things off by heart using ‘spaced repetition’. Some things are more useful in your head than they are in the cloud. The app is easy to use. First, tag the notes (in Evernote) you want to review. Then synchronise Revunote, and finally review and swipe the notes.
TimeSnapper – runs in the background of your computer, taking screenshots of your desktop every few seconds all week long. It lets you play back your week just like a movie. You can play it at any speed you like, and jump in at any time you like. Useful for anyone who charges by the hour.
Level Skies – is here so you can book your flights later without worrying about fare increases. You tell them where you want to go and when you may fly and they’ll protect today’s lowest fare for you via their Flex Fare. This means if the lowest fares on the route and travel dates you searched increases by the time you book your trip you’ll receive a payout. They can send you updates on changes in airfare while you wait so you know just how much you can save.
MyColorScreen – is a site for Android phone owners, where you can show off your homescreens, share what wallpapers and apps you are using, and get personalized content based on what you’ve shared. This allows MyColorscreen to curate all the content you may find interesting and deliver it to you.