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Sort out your LOL's from your LMFAO's in one simple place

AcronymsAndSlang.com AcronymsAndSlang.com - New...
Review posted Sun 15 Dec '13  ·  647 comments

The Internet has certainly changed the way we live but who would have thought that it would change the way we speak, too? Im sure that, by now, everyone knows full well that LOL means Laugh Out Loud but it gets a bit challenging when you are presented with SEO's and FML...and we haven't even thought about LMFAO - maybe we shouldn't go there just yet. The fact is, the Internet exists on acronyms, abbreviations and slang and, if you want to know your way around, there needs to be an easy place to go if you want to find ... Read more

A better way to Google

Neuoogle.com Change Based Search Tool
Review posted Tue 26 Nov '13  ·  428 comments

While Google is a highly effective search engine for many, there are definitely times when it seems to be a little bogged down with too much information. For those of us that need to nail down something very specific on the net it would help if we could slightly change the way we search. Neuoogle offers what is known as a 'changed base' search tool for those of us that need to home in on an item or a subject and keep track of all references to it - now and in the future. This iPhone application lets you create ... Read more



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Review posted Mon 3 Jun '13  ·  919 comments

It's probably the introduction of devices like smartphones and tablets that have brought about the likes of an app like Startific. iPhones and iPad have their apps lined up so neatly and precisely within the interface that we now realize how pleasant and efficient it is to have all our accessible information laid out at our fingertips via their colorful icons. Startific is a beautiful, functional and customizable startpage where you can import and organize all your most important links, bookmarks, icons and widgets so that they are now just a fingertip away from access.   Startific is a very ... Read more

The only place to go for great free clipart

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Review posted Thu 30 May '13  ·  547 comments

If I said the words clipart to you the chances are you going to flip the page and have a look t something else. Clip art apps and sites are 'two-a-penny' aren't they? Just Google one and you will find pretty well what you are looking for straight away. Some will be free and some will require a royalty fee to be paid. Most people aren't keen on the idea of paying for clipart so there is a lot of potential for an app like this one. i2Clipart is an online sharing network that lets users create, share and download ... Read more

Search globally and locally for the best entertainment

Gablit Gablit enables people to...
Review posted Mon 25 Mar '13  ·  44 comments

Gablit is a new entertainment and recommendation, social search engine, born out of London a few years back, when three entrepreneurial types realized one night when they had lost their mobile phone, that trying to find the best entertainment available was turning into a full time job. They decided to develop this classy, informative, localized entertainment guide that encourages entertainers to promote their event and  gives the audience a place to find out everything that is going on around them or wherever they are planning on visiting.   Gablit solves a problem that people often find themselves having to deal ... Read more

Analyze your social network campaigns to the nth degree

Nitrogram Explosive Instagram Marketing
Review posted Fri 15 Feb '13  ·  90 comments

After the last US election, Barack Obama's chief strategist David Axelrod's skoffed when it was suggested that his boss had made a gaffe when talking about a particular sensitive subject in an off the cuff interview. At this level of Government, Axelrod stated, nothing is done by accident and every word and nuance is planned to the nth degree. You can also use this logic to produce a perfect marketing and advertising campaign. Businesses that use Instagram as an advertising medium now have a new set of analytical and marketing tools to boost their coffers.   Given that Instagram now ... Read more

Sharpen up your Mandarin the Farber way

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Review posted Thu 31 Jan '13  ·  34 comments

Let's face it, it's pretty hard to go past a language app that takes its name from a classic sandwich, so BaconLanguageTomato had to be investigated further.it turns out that what could have been mistaken for something served up for breakfast or lunch at O'Doule's in San Francisco, turns out to be a very smart and neat looking app that asks if you are hungry to speak the Mandarin Chinese language. It's a virtual Mandarin dictionary with an unusual slant that puts into practice a technique made famous by former US radio host Barry Farber.   Farber was a native ... Read more

Hear ye! Hear ye! Here's a much better way to search for news

ScoopWeb Get a Scoop on your Favourite...
Review posted Tue 8 Jan '13  ·  107 comments

I'll start off straight away by saying how much I love this news search application. Being a little bit of a news junkie myself I regularly find myself trudging through countless sites to find out what is going on in the world. ScoopWeb is a wonderfully slick looking app that delivers all the completely up-to-date news that you will ever need from over five hundred reputable sources including local, national and worldwide publications. This ultra fast and beautiful looking app also splits your search into videos, photos and documents as well as the best of the news from the rest ... Read more

It's a 21st Century next generation interactive city entertainment guide

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Review posted Thu 20 Dec '12  ·  78 comments

I wonder how many of you know what's going on in terms of entertainment in your city tonight. You'll probably think you have a pretty good idea but it's actually fairly difficult to get a grip on the multitude of events that are happening every night in a major city unless you buy an evening newspaper, the local 'whats on' guide and then check a few local Internet sites. Wikido is a very flexible  geolocalization-based entertainment search engine that hunts down all the entertainment in your city from countless websites whether it be a concert, a rodeo or sports event. ... Read more

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Review posted Wed 6 Jun '12  ·  97 comments

The concept behind this free social writing and sharing application came originally from the Japanese phenomenon known as ‘Keitai Shousetsu‘ – literature distributed through texting. But instead of texting, the writers of Movellas publish their novels, diaries and poems online and one chapter at a time. Itt gives you access to thousands of stories instantly that you can read via iOS, tablet or e-reader and then interact with the author and fellow social friends about their stories or writing in general. If you are a writer,  Movellas gives you a great place to display your skills and enthrall other readers. ... Read more

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