Keeping abreast of all the web2.0 applications that are released is quite a pain. Here at Techie Buzz we are starting a new series where we will be covering the best web2.0 releases regularly so that you can be aware of all those useful web2.0 applications which will make your life easier. Of course we will regularly keep posting detailed reviews like we always do.
Here are the best web2.0 releases for last few days.
If you make use of multiple calendars on the web FuseCal is a new web2.0 service that will allow you to easily sync up the events with your personal calendar program, the service will also update you when any event changes.
You can use FuseCal to sync up with Google Calendar, Outlook 2007 and 2003, Yahoo Calendar, Apple iCal and Windows Calendar. In addition to that you can also publish all your events to your website.
If you do not want the entire video but just the audio content from it there are far less tools that allow you to do that. Vid2MP3 is a simple web2.0 service which will allow you to add the URL for any video and create a MP3 file from it.
Currently supported video services include YouTube, MegaVideo, Dailymotion, Metacafe, Veoh, Myspace, Break, iFilm, Google Video, Bolt, ClipJunkie, ClipShack, CollegeHumor, FunnyJunk, Glumbert, GoFish, Grouper, Hallpass, MilkandCookies, Putfile, SantaBanta, Sharkle, Shoutfile, Vimeo, vSocial, Yikers, ZippyVideos and more coming soon.
Are you new to blogging and want to get a question answered from other bloggers? Or are you a blogger interested in asking other bloggers questions and making a post out of it? Askablogr is a new web2.0 service that lets you ask a question and get it answered by bloggers.
If you are looking for the simplest way to share a file, try the new service provided by FileDropper. Simply upload your file and share your personal link with others, that is all you need to do to share files as large as 5GB.
Ever wanted to know whether you should be doing something? Should I is a service which allows you ask questions and get it answered by others in a community.
That’s all for now, hope you enjoy the web2.0 services from today and put it to some use.