Tweet My Music is an Android app that lets people share the music they are currently listening to on Twitter. Users add a music player from their device, login to their Twitter account, press start and launch the player. You can configure the tweeting format, determine which songs the app will send, and add extra information to each tweet such as your location. The app supports music players such as Apollo, Google Play Music, and Rdio.
StepUp is a video app that gives you the ability to slice up YouTube videos into small portions so that you can jump between each scene quickly, loop the best parts, and share your most important moments. The site features step by step tutorials so users can learn at their own pace. StepUp says the best part of videos are usually at the halfway mark, but that most people will drop out after the first thrity seconds. With StepUp they want video creators to share the most interesting bits first and let people watch the rest of the video afterwards.
Okay this is the only one you probably ever heard of. FreedomPop is a telecommunications company in the U.S. that helps users protect their privacy from hackers, government agencies, and spyware. The company offers communication privacy and mobile security. It encrypts communication for voice calls, text messages, and even enables anonymous Internet browsing, prevents online marketers from tracking your web activity and much more.