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(1) [NO LONGER WORKS] idthis – On this site you can identify pictures of anything and find out what it is. Simply take a picture with your iPhone or any other phone, upload it and let people submit answers and vote on the best ones. You can also get an image link and post it on Twitter or Facebook to get help from your followers and friends.
(2)– Website where you can search and listen to your favorite movie soundtracks with just a couple of mouse clicks. Just type in a movie title that you like and it will list all available tracks from that movie.
(3) [NO LONGER WORKS] DropRecord – This site makes it really easy to distribute files on multiple file-sharing sites including RapidShare, MegaUpload, EasyShare, DepositFiles and ZShare. Files can be uploaded from a computer or any web URL.
(4) BeQRious – Online service which can generate QR codes from any web URL, email address, phone number, text message, social networking profile or pictures. To start, you can select what you want to decode, enter the input text and get the corresponding QR code on the right hand side as PDF or a GIF image. Read more: BeQRious – Generate QR Codes Online
(5) Appolicious – If you are looking for a mobile phone app, especially an iPhone app but you are not able to find the right one or need more choices, then Appolicious could help you. It is a new social bookmarking and review site for cellphone apps. While it primarily features iPhone apps, you can also find apps for Blackberry, Android, Micorsoft, Palm and Nokia phones under various categories. Read more: Appolicious – Discover & Share Mobile Applications
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