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My image Where Is The Picture – An increasing number of digital cameras and image-capturing devices now include GPS functionality. This enables them to record the location of a particular photo within its metadata. By uploading your pictures through “Where is the Picture”, you can share your pictures as well as the location they were shot at. Read more: Where Is The Picture: Share Pictures Along With The Location They Were Shot At

My image MercuryApp – Some web apps can record your mood or feelings through blogging, Twitter, or by keeping your own online journal. However if you need to quantify your feelings, you should check this out. MercuryApp is a cool app that lets you track your lifestyle through stats and trends. Read more: MercuryApp: Track Your Lifestyle Through Stats & Trends
My image AppPress – This is a wonderful user-friendly web service that lets you create iOS applications to promote your website or for any other purpose you desire. These apps can be created by anybody – no coding is involved. The site’s interface is intuitive and lets you quickly create applications and add pages to them. You can reorder pages, add titles and images to each page, and even add advertisements to the pages. Read more: AppPress: Create iOS Applications Without Any Programming [10 Free Accounts]
My image Slow Add-Ons – Add-ons or extensions are a great way to enhance your browser’s functionality, but this increased functionality comes at a cost of decreased performance. For most browsers, the impact on its load time is negligible, but some can affect it as much as 75%. Mozilla recently analyzed the top 100 add-ons that slow Firefox down and published a list of ones that slow you down the most.
My image Droptunes – Dropbox is a popular online service that people use to backup and sync files. Many users upload songs to their Dropbox account from their computer and then listen to them from another machine by downloading them. Here to help play your music directly online is a service called DropTunes, a free and simple web service that plays the audio files contained within your Dropbox account.


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