Use these Android and PC software recommendations to work more efficiently, keep your phone safe, or interact more quickly with your multimedia files.
Control your Android device via your Web browser using AirDroid's free mobile app.
Bottlenose's Web-based system makes your social networking life easier to manage.
Nostalgic for the golden days of Twitter retweets? Get them back with Classic Retweet.
NetworkClean makes it easy to see if your Facebook account is helping or hurting your reputation.
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Sitting at a computer all day can keep you from exercising...unless you use one of these to design your run, bike ride, or workout. Go on, get moving.
Dailymile brings Twitter-like social networking features to the world of workout tracking.
FriendFit makes planning and tracking your workouts feel less like work and more like fun.
WalkJogRun lets you map and log your workouts, and includes training plans for both novice joggers and advanced runners.
This ad-supported software uses face recognition to help organize your photo library, and it offers useful sharing tools.
MapMyRun lets you plan, create, and log your workouts online or on a smartphone.
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We pit Google and Bing against each other in a quest to determine which one is better.
Dial Directly for Skype lets you use keyboard shortcuts to initiate Skype calls.