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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE (or come with a decent free account option). No trials or buy-to-use craplets. For more cool websites and web app reviews subscribe to MakeUseOf Directory.

My image Photo Zoom – Facebook glues you to your screen by showing updates from friends and family. While watching latest pictures of contacts is enjoyable, the Facebook picture viewing interface leaves a lot to be desired. One obvious flaw is viewing only one photo at a time. Thankfully there are two tools that remedy this issue: Facebook Photo Zoom for Firefox and Chrome. Read more: Photo Zoom: Enlarge Facebook Photos By Hover Mouse Pointer (Firefox + Chrome).

My image Filevo – Sharing files over the internet can be done in many ways. File hosting sites can be used for large files but these websites have their own file size and speed restrictions hence you need to be selective. One great file hosting site I recently discovered is Filevo.
My image GateGuru – is an excellent iPhone app that lets you find shopping stores, restaurants, ATMs and more on airport gates around the world. Once you have downloaded the free app, start by selecting your airport and terminal. GateGuru will then display a list of different places/shops available inside that terminal. Read more: GateGuru: Airport Shop & Restaurant Reviews.
My image DuckDuckGo – The web’s a pretty mouse-oriented place. You click on links to go to a page, and that clicking almost always happens with the device next to your keyboard. If you wish more of the web could be controlled via keyboard I highly recommend you check out DuckDuckGo, the keyboard search engine attempting to rival Google. Read more: DuckDuckGo: Keyboard Search Engine.
My image Google Location History – is a latest app for the GoogleLatitude that allows you to track your location history and view your past locations on Google Maps or Google Earth. It tells you about your most frequent locations, trips you have made and even alert you when you are at a new place and a friend is nearby. Read more: GoogleLocationHistory: Track Your Location History.

 

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  1. Rara
    June 27, 2010 at 2:47 pm

    I like Google Location History. Thanks

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