With Squeezeitin.com’s numerous free video demonstrations, you’re sure to discover new ways to, yep, squeeze exercise in during your busy daily routine. (Two sets of squats during a blow-dry, perhaps?)
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Searching for a romantic comedy, a period piece, or simply a movie that will boost your mood? Jinni.com lets you “watch what you wish for”: Type in your desired genre, then see a list of films to choose from with info on where to rent, purchase, or view them (for free) online. Now, if only you could blink and conjure up Goobers.
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Digital Bargain Hunter
Before you splurge on that new pair of Nadia pumps from Nine West, check the ShopSavvy app to make sure you’re getting the best deal. Using your iPhone’s camera, take a picture of the bar code of an item (whether it’s a piece of clothing, a DVD, or a digital camera) and you’ll instantly see competitors’ prices at stores near you and online. Bye-bye, buyer’s remorse.
Stand out from a heap of humdrum résumés with the free services at CeeVee.com. Plug in your experience and the website will give your credentials a professional design, as well as your own URL (for example, ceevee.com/janedoe).
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Virtual Event Planner
Need to organize your sister’s baby shower? The party-savvy MyPunchbowl.com allows guests to vote on the best date, creates online invitations, and helps you find a theme, a venue, a caterer, and more, leaving you ample time to shop for Onesies.
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Don’t waste time mid-recipe trying to figure out how many ounces are in two pints. Kitchen Calculator Pro is a handy app that converts measurements for you.