If you’re making a list and checking it twice, it helps to have a great tool for said list making. This week we’re taking a look at the five most popular tools Lifehacker readers use to make their wishlists.
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Wishpot (Web-based, Free)
Google Docs (Web-based, Free)
Amazon.com Universal Wishlist (Web-based, Free)
rolled out the Universal Wishlist
Evernote (Windows/Mac OS X/Web-based/Phone, Basic: Free, Premium: $US45 per year)
Wishlistr (Web-based, Free)
An honorable mention goes out this week to the original wishlist tool: pen and paper. If you have your own tips or tricks for creating, maintaining, and organizing a wishlist, let’s hear about it in the comments.