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|GmapGIS – is a very straightforward online map application that lets you draw and do other things on Google maps without an account. It lets you draw lines, polygons, rectangels etc., put markers and labels, measures distance between different points on the map or search for a specific address and so on. Read more: GmapGIS: Draw On Google Maps & Share|
|Amazon Cloud Player – Music enthusiasts often have a lot of gigabytes of music stored on their computers. Taking this huge music collection around with them simply is not possible. Here to help is a new iPhone application called Amazon Cloud Player, a free to use iOS application that lets you stream the music stored on your Amazon Cloud Drive. Read more: Amazon Cloud Player: Use Your iPhone To Stream Music From Your Amazon Cloud Drive|
|Percentage Loader – Often when online applications are loading up, they show a loading icon or progress bar. One of the most visually appealing progress bars is the progress speedometer that indicates the percentage completion of the process. Here to help you incorporate such a speedometer into your website is a tool called Percentage Loader. Read more: Percentage Loader: A jQuery Plugin To Display Application Progress|
|Send It On The Net – While using online file hosts, you upload your files to the servers of the file host – people who are sharing sensitive files would prefer not to do that. Such people often opt for browser transferring applications that send files without storing them. However such applications do not encrypt files at the end stage. Here to offer a more secure solution is a site called Send It On The Net. Read more: Send It On The Net: Send Files To Friends Securely|
|– When you log onto YouTube, you find a bunch of new videos on your YouTube homepage from the users you have subscribed to. But at other times you do not find any new videos and your visit to YouTube is wasted. Here to help you know in advance how many new videos are on your YouTube homepage is a tool called YouTube Feed.|
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