If you’ve got clothes you no longer need and want to sell them, Poshmark is an app that can help, and if you’re a buyer looking for good deals, you’ll find this useful as well. There are a growing number of buy and sell apps for Android and iOS, but this is the only one that’s made expressly for fashion.
The Internet is a fun place, but we all know there are online scams, hacked sites and so on, and if you are worried about privacy and security, having a utility like Web of Trust (WOT) can come in handy. This browser add-on, available for Firefox, Chrome, IE, Safari and Opera, tells you which websites are the most trustworthy based on user experiences and ratings.
Voxeet is a conference call application, and while this isn’t the first to appear in the market, it’s caught on because you get free 3DHD audio be it for Android, iOS or Windows. With HD audio you’ll no longer hear the distortion that comes with regular conference calls, but it does a lot more than that.
Shareit from Lenovo Shareit Technologies is a file sharing app, and while it’s not the first and won’t be the last, this is one of the most popular owing to its reliability. Sending files over the web can be slow at times, and that’s not even taking into account the device incompatibility problems. With this app, sharing between different smartphones and desktop PCs is made easy.
OpenTeacher is an open source application that makes it easier to learn a new language. Basically what the application does is allow you to produce tests that will help you master your foreign language skills, and while similar programs do exist, OpenTeacher is entirely free.
Telegram Messenger from Telegram.org is one of the most popular messaging apps today, and it’s easy to see why. The app, which is available in cloud and desktop and on different platforms, is very fast and it’s packed with features like group support, encryption, file sharing and more.