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- Throwing a party? With djtxt you can set up a crowdsourced party playlist in one click. Your party guests send in song requests by text message, and djtxt plays their tunes.
- Monitor anything important to you on the web with SMS - track classifieds postings, job boards, RSS feeds. If you own a business, track new orders, purchases, sign ups, etc.
- TXT Beer is an app to quickly and easily get a beer's rating through SMS messaging. All you do is text the beer's name found on the label.
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