Ninite

Ninite saves you time when downloading multiple popular applications e.g. iTunes, Google Chrome, Skype, Java, Picasa, Office, Google Earth, Dropbox and Evernote.The applications are listed into different types of application like Messaging and Media.You choose the applications that you want and ninite runs the installer in the backround.It promises not to install rubbish toolbars we don’t want.The website is largely used by alot of people with good reviews from PC world and Lifehacker.They boast that every day they install and update over 500,000 programs a day.

You can also get Ninite pro which updates programs over a network, downloads other apps you can’t in free, lets you have more control over the downloads, runs 3 times faster, updates supported software even if it was not chosen originally and turns of the annoying update notifications.The pricing ranges from $20 – $185.

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Qwiki-iPhone app

Today’s website is Qwiki. Qwiki automatically turns pictures and videos from events you’ve captured on your apple device into movies to share. Qwiki picks the best moments and pacing—then add transitions and a soundtrack.Users can rearrange, add, or remove pictures & videos, customize captions, select a filter, and edit the pre-selected soundtrack with a favorite song from their music library.You can then share your videos using Facebook, Twitter, Email or SMS, and embed on your blog or web page.