Best New Mashups: Twitter Voicemail, e-Snail Mail, and Search Term TV

Adam DuVander, October 9th, 2009

We see a lot of mashups (our directory lists over 4,300 mashups). Lately we’ve noticed that they’ve moved beyond your ordinary application. Here is a quick overview of some recent additions that are fun and useful.

  • Pockets App: Send visual voicemail to any Twitter user with Pockets App and Twilio. APIs used: Twilio, Twitter. More at our Pockets App profile.
  • Pockets App

  • Send Snail Mail from Google Docs: Send postal letters directly from Google Docs as easily as sending an email. Uses the PostalMethods API, the web-to-post online service, along with Google Docs to let users send letters by editing a Google Docs document and emailing it to PostalMethods. APIs used: Google Documents List, PostalMethods. More at our Send Snail Mail from Google Docs profile.
  • Send Snail Mail from Google Docs

  • Stupeflix TV: Stupeflix TV aggregates Flickr images and tweets to create a video. You can create your own channel by entering a Flickr query and a Twitter Query. APIs used: Flickr, Stupeflix, TwitPic, Twitter. More at our Stupeflix TV profile.
  • Stupeflix TV

    What do you think of these mashups? What sort of apps would you like to see built?

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    One Response to “Best New Mashups: Twitter Voicemail, e-Snail Mail, and Search Term TV”

    November 13th, 2010
    at 7:59 am
    Comment by: Dave Tidwell

    How about our mashup? Use Twitter or Facebook to update your voicemail or voicemessaging greetings and prompts;

    http://www.anana.com/solutions/carrier-solutions/its4u-voice-mail-20.html

    This was speech technology magazine leader news article in November.
    Also blogged by TMCnet CEO, Rich Tehrani

    Overall a solid thumbs up on the mash-up and the concept!

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