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My image   Binreader – is designed for someone who wants a portable Usenet client that runs on anything. You can run it on Mac, Windows and Linux and it does not need any installation. It is incredibly easy to use and it uses almost no system resources. All you need to do is start it up, add your newsreader credentials and you will be ready to start downloading. Read more: Binreader: A Light, Easy To Use Usenet Reader

My image   Highlightr – If you subscribe to RSS feeds to various websites, then there is a good chance you use Google Reader. When you log onto the service, you find updated feed entries from various websites but knowing which items will interest you most is difficult. Here to help point out the important entries is a Chrome browser extension called Highlightr. Read more: Highlightr: Highlight Popular Items In Your Google Reader Feeds [Chrome]
My image – If you are looking for a simple and easy way to crop your images according to certain dimensions, then is the website you are looking for. allows people to crop their images in a few simple steps. The website automatically finds the most “interesting” region in an image and suggests the right cropping for it. Read more: Automatically Crop Images Online
My image   Hypercam – might not be the first to introduce the concept of screen recording for Windows but even amid the competition, it might be able to create a place for itself due to its simple interface and features. The software can be downloaded free of charge from its home website. Read more: HyperCam: An Easy To Use Screen Recorder With Audio Feature [Windows]
My image   Pagemove – is an app for iPhone and iPad as well as a Chrome extension, all working in co-ordination with each other, letting you transfer links conveniently between your iPhone/iPad and your computer. To start using the tool, users need to follow just three simple steps. The first step requires you to download the app on your iOS device.


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