Category Must-Have Apps

Sumry: the Resume Killer Will Help You Land Your Dream Job

Disclaimer: I was not asked by anyone to write about Sumry. I did it only because I like Sumry and its creators.

I’ve been an avid Sumry user for most of its life and writing about it is long overdue. Now that the new Sumry is live, I think it’s the right time to finally share my story. What’s Sumry? All you need to know for now is that if you hate resumes and CVs, you will relate!

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BuiltWith: Learn the Technology Behind Websites

So, I’ve been using this little extension on my Google Chrome called BuiltWith for a while, and I thought it’s worth sharing it with you guys. It really helps that little geeky child inside me!

BuiltWith is a website profiler and business intelligence tool that can help you figure out what your favourite websites are built with! Isn’t that cool!? I think it really is! The least it can do is to help you learn about them, right?

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Pocket: You Can Always Read It Later

What’s the point of having a pocket? Isn’t it that you can keep some stuff in it? Ok, now imagine you’re browsing the internet, and you want to read an article you accidentally found or watch a video, but you do not have the time to finish it right away. Wouldn’t you like it if you could save it in your “Pocket” and read it or watch it later?

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OneTab: Open as Many Tabs as You Want on Chrome

When you’re a geek, or not even a geek, a normal user with a browser window open in front of you, having only OneTab open is just not possible, is it? It’s Always like you need to open one more link and it needs to be in a new tab! And after a while, you’ll have like 3,745,813,652,146,384 (seriously, it’s a number! you don’t have to call it though! or even read it! alright, time to move on!) tabs open, your computer takes forever to respond, and you’ll be like “damn! where the hell is the tab I was just looking at!?” Continue reading

Flipboard: Your Personal Magazines

Using Flipboard 2.0, released at the end of March 2013, now you can create your own personal magazines with the contents you find interesting around the web (via Fliboard App or Flip It bookmarklet). You can also share them with your friends via different social networks, email, and even text message. Also, you can mention other users in your stories, and also you can edit your magazines using its editor web tool. Continue reading