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OsmAnd Maps & Navigation – is a map and navigation application with access to the free, worldwide, and high-quality OpenStreetMap (OSM) data. All map data can be stored on your device’s memory card for offline use. Via your device’s GPS, OsmAnd offers routing, with optical and voice guidance, for car, bike, and pedestrian. All the main functionalities work both online and offline.

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ExplainShell – write down a command-line to see the help text that matches each argument (support for control flows (if/while/etc.) and command substitutions will be added later on). The site contains 29,761 parsed manpages from sections 1 and 8 found in Ubuntu’s manpage repository. A lot of heuristics were used to extract the arguments of each program, and there are errors here and there, especially in manpages that have a non-standard layout.

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TumbView – is an app to view all of the images on a Tumblr blog. Just type in the URL of the Tumblr blog and the first image on that page will appear on the page. You can start a slideshow to view the rest, as well as press buttons to be taken directly to the site, and to the page where the image is located on the site.

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Cycle Route – lets you create a unique URL of the current route to save it for yourself or to show friends. Share the current route on Facebook. Just enter a title and click on the button below! does not guarantee the saftey of the exported GPX routes and tracks. You go at your own risk.

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ArcBazar – any client can launch a design competition at arcbazar: a renovation job, an addition to the home, modeling of retail space, design of an entire family home, a landscape project, a mixed-use development, or any other architectural design project. The client describes the project, uploads images, and provides basic dimensions. Once the basics of a project is uploaded, it is enlisted in Arcbazar’s competitions page.

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  1. Prasanth M
    December 1, 2013 at 7:05 am

    I am a linux-centric worker and have tough time remembering and understanding command line arguments of a bash command. ExplainShell is a life saver!!

  2. dragonmouth
    October 29, 2013 at 12:31 am

    ArcBazaar and ExplainShell look interesting and useful

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