Posts Tagged ‘email’


Screenshot If you are a Twitter user, there is a high chance that there are a lot of people you care about who are not using Twitter yet, at least in my case mom and dad! But, almost everyone uses email, if you wanted to to keep them updated with your tweets or some of them, Tweet To Email is the solution. launched last night, the app is very simple t...
Screenshot Twtri.com developed by Laith Yousi from Iraq, was announced few days ago at GIGAOM's  Structure 09 event as one of 2 U.S. grand prize winners for Microsoft’s newCloudApp() - The Azure Services Platform Developer Challenge- . The contest winners were judged by 2 industry leaders Om Malik (founder of GIGAOM) and Michael Cote. ( Submission deadlin...
Screenshot User generated locations directory for places in Dubai, Places.ae, which ArabCrunch reviewed last year here, has launched recently a new service that allows you to send an email and get requested information right to your email inbox, a concept that is similar to what an IVR system can do but via email. This service is useful and saves time, si...
Screenshot Gmail has added a much need feature move messages to a folder or label, before messages could be only labeled but stayed under inbox, which sometimes creates clutter, the only way was a complicated way:  to move an email out of your inbox and into a label you first had to apply the label using the "More actions" menu and then click "Archive. ...
Screenshot Javi is a free mobile social networking service, developed by the Jordanian wireless   applications and software solutions company Javna. Javi V.1.0 lets you send and receive free messages with your friends locally and around the world. Also it allows you to receive your facebook notifications on your mobile handset at no charge. ( I hav...
Screenshot I've been privileged to receive an invite to Brightekite privet beta a few days ago, for those who do not know the service it is a location based micro blogging and photo sharing social network, my profile is here. On BrightKite you can use both the web and mobile to send your status update or photos. From the mobile you have to check in your cu...
Screenshot Based in Amman, Jordan, Mecca.com. is an Arab startup trying to unite Muslims using web 2.0 their goal according to them: "Our goal is to promote and reinforce an inspiring, positive image of the strong values that Muslims bring to their respective communities everywhere. Come to Mecca.com" The site still in beta is a portal has man...
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