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Gumby960 – Ever since the start of Pinterest, the Internet has been taken over with websites opting to select a grid structured website layout; deciding that it brings more traffic and allows users to navigate websites easily and access stuff they want easily. The Gumby 960 CSS Grid Framework is a pre-made CSS framework for web designers and developers. Read more: Gumby960: Grid CSS Framework For Web Developers & Designers

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Smart Feed Reader – is a newly launched app for Android devices that offers you the facility to get your RDF, RSS and ATOM feeds. The app sports a user-friendly interface incorporating a number of useful features such as letting you import feeds from Google Reader, easily bookmark, sort and arrange your feeds. Read more: Smart Feed Reader: An Easy To Customize Reader For RSS, RDF & ATOM Feeds [Android]


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Kinotopic – redefines innovation as an iPhone and web app that allows users to animate a set of cinemagraphs or kinos. Kinos are images that are taken at very small intervals when a scene is going on. When these images are combined, they give the impression of a stop-motion video. This is the basic premise of Kinotopic. Read more: Kinotopic: Become A Cinemagrapher With This Amazing App [Web/iPhone]


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SIP – If you are a web developer, you constantly use an image editor to find the HEX code for a particular color you love and want to use in your project (webpage). SIP is an app built for Mac OS allowing web-designers to easily and quickly pick a color from anywhere on their screen and get a HEX code. Read more: SIP: Easy-To-Use Color Picker App [Mac]


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Pearls Extension – The CTRL+F hotkey combination makes it very easy for you to find specific words and phrases on a webpage. But what if you wanted to search for multiple words on a page and have them all highlighted? Here to help you do that is a tool called Pearls Extension, a browser extension for Google Chrome. Read more: Pearls Extension: Highlight Multiple Search Terms On Pages [Chrome]


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  1. Sebastian Hadinata
    September 11, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    Pearls Extension looks interesting to try out :3

  2. GrrGrrr
    September 11, 2012 at 4:57 pm

    Pearls Extension looks good, thanks

  3. Nabil A Swileh
    September 11, 2012 at 8:51 am

    Pearls Extension is great. I wish the developer can make it for the firefox though.

  4. Ahmed Khalil
    September 11, 2012 at 4:59 am

    Smart Feed Reader and SIP are very good tools, should be given a try

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