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Simple, interactive and beautiful code sharing that wont cost you a penny

CodePile Easily share Piles of code
Review posted Wed 18 Nov '15

The first thing I should come clean about regarding the sharing of codes is that I'm really no expert on the subject. However, i have done a fair bit of research in the last few days and one thing is certain. While it looks incredibly complicated, it seems that it's a hell of a lot easier when you have the right tools to do the job. There are plenty of code sharing apps on the market - Github, Pastebin, Pastie, Bitbucket and Google Code are the obvious ones. Some of these offer a simple cut and paste option and some ... Read more

Fully automated monitoring to ensure your site or app is always working well

RapidSpike Ensure your website is online...
Review posted Thu 15 Oct '15

One of the consequences of the age we live in is the rise of the business website and online store. There are more and more people who have either given up on the regular Main Street store or have decided that they are sick of working for someone else and want to go out on their own. So they create their website or app and reckon it's all downhill from here as they wait for the money to roll in. Maybe a little naively, some believe that once they've unleashed their online presence onto the world, most of the hard ... Read more


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Test your sporting prowess with friends and fellow sporting fans

Easy Streak Where the fans are
Review posted Fri 31 Jul '15

Are you getting a little bored with downloading sports' tipping and gambling applications and finding that they are pretty much all the same when it comes right down to it. Most are variations on the same theme and there's a severe lack of social activity involved. Well, here's your chance to get involved with a brand new type of sporting contest. Easy Streak provides a community to play in pools, brackets and survivor contests against friends and fellow sporty types from all over the world. You can pit your skills and sporting knowledge to get to the top of the ... Read more

Keep up with your team's HipChat and Slack progress wherever they are

Scrumbot Your Agile Assistant for...
Review posted Tue 21 Jul '15

For quite a few years now, businesses have been using HipChat as a communication method so that their teams can keep in touch with each other wherever they are in the world. It's basically a web service for internal private chat and instant messaging but also features cloud based file storage, video calling, searchable message history and inline image viewing. Of late, there have been several other services that have jumped on board with similar models. The most popular of these newbies has been Slack. Both services are great at keeping teams connected whether they be in Kathmandu, Chicago or ... Read more

A better way to monitor your website for downtime

Pingometer #1 Website Uptime Monitor
Review posted Sat 22 Nov '14

So, you've probably spent weeks and months diligently putting your website together with everything from your latest brand information to ecommerce sales. You probably think that you can relax a bit now and let the website do all the work. Uh-huh? That's a really dangerous thing to do. If something goes wrong with your website and there is downtime, you might not just lose a few sales while it isn't working. There's little more frustrating for the potential customer than a website that doesn't work efficiently and, chances are, those people won't be back. Pingometer is a top notch website ... Read more

Store, manage, collaborate and have complete control over your digital assets

IntelligenceBank Digital Asset Management. Easily organize, store,...
Review posted Mon 3 Nov '14

Control of your business data used to be reasonably easy in the old days of paper. There was probably a rickety old filing cabinet where all your photos and documents were kept and there was probably one person who knew exactly what was going on. But now that everything is digitalized, the management and organization of your important digital assets has got a lot more complicated - not to mention time consuming.  IntelligenceBank Digital Asset Management. is a flexible, fully customizable and easy-to-use Digital Asset Management (DAM) application for business that is packed with great features. This great looking, cloud-based ... Read more

Zillabyte Gives Small Developers a Leg-Up in Big Data Analysis Game

Zillabyte A Leg-Up in Big Data Analysis...
Review posted Thu 25 Sep '14

The chase to harness big data has become one of the next great aspirations both in the public and private sectors. But what’s more amazing than the fact that the data we’ve created online over the past two years eclipses the prior record of human civilization, is that now we have methods to capture, analyze and use it, according to Weatherhead University Professor Gary King in an article published by Harvard Magazine. Read more

Save time and money with this effective set of brand protection tools

BrandShield - Brand Protection The future of brand protection
Review posted Sun 7 Sep '14

There was a hilarious moment at the FIFA World Cup in Germany in 2006 when thousands of Dutch football supporters were forced to remove their garish orange trousers and watch their team's game with the Ivory Coast in their underpants. It wasn't the German fashion police that caused supporters such embarrassment - even though they would have been well within their rights to do so. The fact is, the trousers were emblazoned with the advertising logo of a beer company named Bavaria, while the competition was sponsored by Budweiser. The monitoring FIFA officials ruled it a serious case of 'ambush ... Read more

Simple and efficient bug testing designed by testers for testers and their developer friends

Damn Bugs Simpler software testing
Review posted Wed 2 Jul '14

No, Damn Bugs is not the name of a game that is set to conquer the likes of Angry Birds or Candy Crush Saga. It's a free and easy-to-use bug tracking and project management application that has been designed by testers themselves to seek out any problems when developing software. The fact is, despite everybody's best efforts, there are more often than not a few bugs and problems that crop up on most websites in the development stage. Damn Bugs is packed with features that give you and your team clear and complete reports while letting you take and annotate ... Read more

An online game that is better than the original

BackgammonAce BackgammonAce: Reach the Top...
Review posted Tue 20 May '14

Along with Go and Chess, Backgammon is reckoned to be one of the oldest games in existence. It was originally thought to have been played about 5,000 years ago and seems to have originated in what today we call Iraq - though it was then known as Mesopotamia. Equally, real-time online backgammon play was just as quick off the mark with the first internet backgammon server coming online being established in 1992. However, the online game has come a long way since those days. BackgammonAce is an exciting, fast and free game application for iOS and Android that turns the ... Read more

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