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Multiple Attachments – Have you ever tried to send more than one attachment in one email from a productivity application (for example, Pages)? It is impossible without this app. Now you can just export documents as usual from any application, using the option “open in…” and select Attachments from the apps list.

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RiteTag – Well-chosen hashtags greatly increase discovery by searchers, tag-trackers and hashtag clickers. Which hashtags get the outcomes you need, though? RiteTag identifies Twitter hashtags that got results and leads you to use them more, continually refining your smart-tagging. RiteTag facilitates the hashtag optimization of your past, present and future tweets.

Everhour – is a simple and handy time management and reporting tool. Creating it, Everhour wanted to overcome a common dislike or sometimes even phobia of timesheets. Using Everhour is not limited however to your work day only. Being extremely helpful for personal as well as business needs, it lets you bring the quality of your time reports to the ultimate level.

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Doodlecast – is a drawing game for your Chromecast. One player picks a secret word to draw on their phone or tablet while the other players in the room try to guess it. The drawing and guesses are simultaneously displayed on the TV. It’s a fun game to play with your friends and family. At least 2 players with Android devices in the same room are needed to play.

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Mylar – is a platform for building secure web applications. Web applications rely on servers to store and process confidential information. However, anyone who gains access to the server can obtain all of the data stored there. Mylar protects data confidentiality even when an attacker gets full access to servers. Mylar stores only encrypted data on the server, and decrypts data only in users’ browsers.

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  1. Christina
    April 2, 2014 at 3:39 pm

    Thanks a lot for featuring Everhour, Mark! We'll keep up the good work :)

  2. Buffet
    March 30, 2014 at 1:19 pm

    What the hell is a "hash tag"?

    • Mark O
      March 31, 2014 at 7:26 pm

      You obviously don't use Twitter!

      This is a hashtag - #

      And they are used to link to specific keywords that join up Twitter conversations. They are also an easy way of monitoring the tweets on a specific subject or seeing which subjects are trending.

  3. Saul Fleischman
    March 30, 2014 at 8:18 am

    Many thanks for the mention of RiteTag. May I ask that you link to us? Sorry - links to rumrapp (please check).

    Also, you're most welcome to use any images/description text in the Chrome Store / RiteTag:

    • Mark O
      March 31, 2014 at 7:23 pm

      Many apologies. I have no idea how that happened. You can rest assured that the errors have been rectified and the image updated.

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