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Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the polls below if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review!

In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting UberTags. The developer describes UberTags as a tool to manage tags on your site. Third party code snippets (aka tags) are a necessary evil for websites. They integrate services like analytics, chat, widgets, and conversion tracking, but they are also slow down page load times and take forever for IT to launch.

UberTags’ cloud-based tag management system enables instant code snippet launches while improving page load times.

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Irrespective of the domain you work, there’s so much information available on the internet that might benefit you — a lot. After a certain point, you might find the bookmarks you’ve created to be rather stale and useless. If you’re like me, there’s a very good chance you might forget why you’ve even bookmarked a page after a few days.

Making comments, taking notes and annotating content has never been easier. There are quiet a few apps doing a stellar job in archiving all your snippets of information in the cloud for anywhere access. One among them is Shelfster. Read on to see how it can help you collect, edit, organize and publish all sorts of information.

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Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the polls below if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review!

In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Codesnipp.it. The developer describes Codesnipp.it as a social site for developers. We offer both free and paid accounts. Codesnipp.it allows you to post, share and store your snippets, post questions and get help, follow your favorite developers and see what they’re up to, access to private snippets for premium members and access an API with several apps on the way.

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There’s tons of options for saving and sharing text snippets, files, etc. on the web. It seems pretty common place that these web apps become overrun with features and options, which make them powerful but also sacrifice the original simplicity some people were originally drawn to.

Write.fm, originally built to help the Task.fm team move code snippets around, is based on simplicity. It’s meant to be a tool in your workflow, not a complete solution that most of us wouldn’t need anyway.

The app is simple, but it’s definitely something you should check out. Read on for info. and screenshots.

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