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WikiGuess – If you consider yourself to be somebody with extensive Wikipedia knowledge, then you will find WikiGuess thoroughly enjoyable. It is a fun wikipedia game that lets Android owners test their knowledge of Wikipedia articles. The app is basically a game that asks you to guess the Wikipedia article it displays. Read more: WikiGuess: A Fun Wikipedia Game To Tests Your Knowledge [Android]

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GoDropBox – Google Apps users will be happy to learn that they now have a new way to start receiving files online. Files you do not want to receive through email or other channels can now be received directly into your Google Docs folders, thanks to GoDropBox, a tool for Google Apps users that lets them receive files directly in their Google Docs account. Read more: GoDropBox: Receive Files Directly In Your Google Docs Account


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Tubufy – Music videos often add another dimension to the songs that you already like. If you use Spotify to listen to songs and create playlists, finding relevant YouTube videos manually can easily become a time-consuming task. Thankfully, there is a web service titled Tubufy that automates the task for you and plays relevant YouTube videos for songs in your Spotify playlists. Read more: Tubufy: Watch YouTube Videos Of Songs In Your Spotify Playlists


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Shortmail – The latest web services are increasingly focusing on activities being social. One of these web services is Shortmail, a simplified email service that lets you send short emails in a friendlier and more social way. The site lets you sign up through your Twitter account. Your email address on Shortmail is your Twitter username followed by Read more: Shortmail: Simplified Email Service With Social Features


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thelulu – lets recurring service providers manage appointments with their customers. It is a complete web-based solution, from appointment creation up to billing. You can easily track upcoming customers, unassigned appointments, and collect payments. Moreover, it lets you manage many (more than 30) staff simultaneously. Read more: thelulu: Online Appointment Scheduling Tool


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  1. Ryan Lenhart
    September 11, 2011 at 4:00 pm

    Shortmail looks interesting. I like the tie-in w/ twitter.

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