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|Gmail Attachments To Drive: Save Gmail Attachments Direct To Google Drive– Google has pitched itself in the race for online storage dominance with Google Drive. Although only released recently, it has proved useful for people relying on the ability to integrate their files with Google’s services. Gmail Attachments To Drive is a Chrome extension that exemplifies this. Read more:|
|Snapchat – Sharing images with friends and people can be a tedious task, as it requires going through a lot of hassle – opening the images, attaching them to emails and sending them. In addition, the user may not want to share the image forever with that specific person and may want them to delete the image after viewing, which is not always possible. To solve this problem, you should give Snapchat for iPhone a try Read more: Snapchat: Send Self-Deleting Pictures [iOS]|
|Do Share – Scheduling the posts you make on your online social networks can be a very useful thing if you are running a brand or company account. While such scheduling tools are easily available for Facebook and Twitter, Google+ is another story. Thankfully you can easily schedule posts for Google+ using a service called Do Share. Read more: Do Share: Easily Schedule Posts For Google Plus [Chrome]|
|Memplai – If you search the Internet, you will come across hundreds of video editing tools that allow users to create videos from photos. Some require installation while others are online tools, but with limited features. Thanks to Memplai, you can create videos from photos and video clips without any hard work and share them with friends and family. Read more: Memplai: Create Videos From Photos & Video Clips|
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