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(1) Cloverr – Web service that acts as an online hard drive for storing files from all over the internet. Instead of uploading files from your local hard drive it lets you save online files such as Flickr photos, YouTube videos, Google Maps etc. Adding files is easy, simply click “New File” and then select the source from where you want the file to be uploaded.

(2) Curculator – Easy to use currency converter and calculator. Select the input and the output currency, and enter the amount and it will give you the result in no time. The rates of Curculator are mid-market, i.e. average of the buy and sell rates and are extracted from various trusted sources. Read more: Curculator: Currency Converter And Calculator

(3) Filmaster – New social networking site for movie fans with personalized content and recommendations. Users can run their own movie blog where they can rate and review movies. It also helps them to connect with others who has a similar taste in movies. The recommendation engine suggests movies based on what users and their friends have rated and reviewed. Read more: Filmaster: Social Network For Movie Fans

(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] Popixy – Tabbed search engine that makes it easy to search multiple sites simultaneously. It produces different types of search results such as YouTube videos, news from Google news, images, web search, forum search and Twitter, all on one page in a tabbed interface. The best part – it is very fast in displaying the results and you can quickly flip between the tabs to navigate all kinds of information about your query.

(5) SongKick – This site lets you browse the entire concert history of popular musicians and bands, with over 1 million past and upcoming concerts in its database. Select your favorite artist and browse his/her concert history by date, by venue and city and even find out with which other musicians the artist played the most concerts. Read more: SongKick: Check Entire Concert History Of Favorite Bands


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