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7 Cool Web Apps You Might Not Know About (But Should)

 

There are many websites and web applications out there, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. Today, we are sharing 7 Cool Web Apps You Might Not Know About (But Should). Read each entry in the list and see which web application suits your needs best.

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Flowtorch

FlowTorch is a free to use, simple and powerful financial management tool for personal, freelance and small business use.

Moably

You can create your free mobile website in minutes with Moably. It works seamlessly on the iPhone, Android, BalckBerry, and the majority of other major mobile operating systems.

MiMedia

MiMedia will back up and protect your files in a secure online storage account. Beyond online backup, MiMedia also provides instant on demand access to your files from anywhere. With MiMedia, you can view any of your photo galleries, access your other files all in one user friendly location etc.

Countdown Timer

This online countdown timer is meant to be as easy to use as a regular kitchen timer. It is equally simple: all that you have to do to set it is to rotate the dial and point the red arrow at the desired number.

Picfull

This is a very basic free one click photo editing online application. This is really good for those who want little effects to implement on their photos.

LiveMinutes

LiveMinutes allows you to do free web conferencing to share and work on the document at the same time with your colleagues, friends etc

JobSpice

JobSpice is a resume builder that can help you quickly design and share a professional resume.

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7 Cool Web Apps You Might Not Know About (But Should)
AN Jay
Sat, 08 Oct 2011 02:59:20 GMT

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