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|TxtBear: Share Any Document File Type In A Virtual Text Reader.– Are you looking for a way to easily share documents on the Internet? If yes, then emailing is out of the question because you might not have the email addresses of all the recipients. A solution to this is presented by TxtBear. TxtBear is a beta web service which lets users upload document files and then makes them available in its own document reader. Read more:|
|aMap.to – is a free to use web service that lets you locate places through their Google Maps image. You find places just like you do in Google Maps: either by typing in the exact address, or typing in the wider location and zooming into the place. Read more: aMap.to: Easily Share Any Location Map Online.|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] TweJay – If you are bored with reading your Twitter stream, then for a change you could have fun listening to it. TweJay is a neat tool that helps you do exactly that. It plays the tweet in an audio player which tells you what the Twitter user had to say, in a charming voice.|
|YouTube Leanback – YouTube is great for watching videos but if you are a lazy person like me, sometimes you don’t even want to make the effort to browse the videos. YouTube has a solution for that too. YouTubeLeanBack is a really chilled TV-like way of watching videos. Read more: YouTubeLeanBack: Relaxed Way To Watch YouTube Videos.|
|– RSS Feeds are a great way to display and read content and are used by millions of users every day. Most of the tools that create RSS feeds just end up creating partial RSS feeds. Sometimes you need to display the complete content of a webpage and FullFeeds is a tool that helps you do that.|
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