Posts By Scott Purcell

fanfeedr

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Fanfeedr

Fanfeedr is a new sports fan site that you can use to acquire as much information as possible about your favourite sports team. It collates relevant information from various sources to create a standardized sports…

jog-fm

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Jog.fm

Looking for a good exercise music? Jog.fm is just the right solution for you. This application is an online tool that lets you find music suitable for your workouts. It is an app that recommends…

wunderlist

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Wunderlist

Wunderlist is an online web application that allows you to create your daily tasks and organize them from the most important task to be finished to less important. You can keep track of your tasks by…

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Top 10 Web Apps of April 2012

You know that we love all kinds of web apps but with so many out there to choose from, how do you decide which ones offer real value? That’s why we thought it’d be a…

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Exciting times at Productive Web Apps

Wow! **exhale** It’s been a massive past couple of months for us here at Productive Web Apps and it’s been a while since I’ve updated you guys, so I thought I’d try get this blog…

storify

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Storify

Storify allows readers to build stories from what people post in the social media. This can be in the form of photos, videos, tweets and more. What they basically do is put a social spin…

so1o

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So1o

It’s tough managing projects as a freelancer or as part of a small team, there’s so much to keep track of.  So1o is like having a project manager working with you at all times. So1o…

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Pulse News

Pulse News is a convenient news app that brings you all the latest events and happenings all around the world. What’s particularly good about this new app compared to others is that it gives you the…

visual-ly

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Visual.ly

Visual.ly is a collection and showcase of digital info-graphics from all over the Web. You can contribute to it, browse by topic, and share what you find and more. You can browse through thousands of infographics…

habitforge

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Habitforge

Habitforge puts the theory that it takes 21 consequent days to develop a habit into practice, and helps you to use this to make new habits or manage bad habits. It’s a site everyone can…