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Webscape on Net Counter and picturing Twitter

Kate Russell gives us her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web.

Kate Russell gets a helping hand at internet dating

NETCOUNTER (www.jaqpot.net/netcounter)

NetCounter is a free application to help Android phone users to stay in control of how much data they use.

It is a simple network traffic counter which shows data usage through a cell connection and on wi-fi - users can also set a data limit alert.

TWITPIC (www.twitpic.com)


Twitpic.com enables you to share pictures quickly and easily on Twitter while still out and about.

Just sign in with your Twitter account and you get a dedicated e-mail address to use for your uploads.

TWEETPHOTO (http://tweetphoto.com)


TweetPhoto.com works in a similar way to Twitpic with some nice features such as stats, geotagging, adding to favourites and Facebook integration.

Pikchur.com also stands out from the crowd for its allowing users to automatically post pictures to multiple clients, including Twitter, Facebook, Friendfeed, Tumblr and Flickr.

PROFILEWIZ (www.profilewiz.com)


Profilewiz.com takes the pain out of filling out blank profile boxes when signing up for online dating sites.

For about $5, the site comes up with an elegant introduction for you so you just have to select a few pictures.

You do get a headline and the first few lines for free.

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