The Intero Cool Apps feature has offered up a neat little app each week that we find useful for real estate professionals. Here's a recap of the best 10 of the year: Sign-N-Send: It’s a program for use with iPhones and iPads that enables you to open documents and sign them right from your phone’s touch screen (or iPad’s touch screen), then send them out to wherever they need to go. Read More
Pagemodo: A marketing tool that enables small business owners to design their own custom Facebook pages using the company’s Pagebuilder product, free of charge. Read More
AwayFind: An app that offers a solution for pretty much everyone with inbox ailments. It’s an email alerts service that helps you deal with the information overload that has become daily life. Read More
MyAssist: A mobile app that gives you access to a team of virtual assistants who can help you with things like travel arrangements, dinner reservations, directions and finding the best deal on a new suit. Read More
PhotoGrid: An Android app that’s currently free that allows you to take multiple pictures with your phone, edit and arrange them in a nifty-looking collage. And it’s fun. Read More
GooglePlus: The short answer for why Google Plus is worth your time is this: It’s easy to use, takes seconds to set up and gives you the flexibility you’ve been longing for to segment your professional and personal social networking in a meaningful way. Read More
FollowUp.cc: Once it’s all hooked up (really, there’s no wizardry beyond providing your email address, password and agreeing to a few things), the plug-in allows you to add a specific email address to an email’s CC field to determine how long to wait to send a follow-up email to anyone who is copied on the email. Read More
GroupMe: An app that enables you to group text, conference call, share online pictures, share locations, and more. You can create groups of up to 25 people – taken from your contacts list or Facebook or Twitter accounts. Read More
RepliGo Reader: Enables you to view and annotate Adobe PDF files from your Android or Blackberry device. The app integrates with Gmail, Dropbox, Evernote and other apps. View and annotate PDF files from your email, memory car, Dropbox, Evernote or the Web. Read More
BrowserTexting: This feature is a “cool to have in case you lose or simply forget your phone at home someday” app: It enables Android users to send and receive text messages right through their Web browsers. Read More
There you have it! We hope you've enjoyed Cool Apps this year and will continue to follow us for more great technology reviews in 2012.
Happy New Year!