Best New Mashups: Week In Review Featuring Google Maps, Dropbox and Spotify

Wendell Santos, August 24th, 2012

YouTubeWith the weekend upon us, it’s a good time to take a look back at some of the interesting mashups that were submitted to our directory this week. This batch includes a new music discovery service, a photo storage plugin and a hotel search tool. For more details on each, continue reading below.

Richseam – Looking for new music? Richseam.com lets you discover music through the collaborations and connections of your favorite artists. APIs used include: YouTube, SpotifyMetadata, Songkick, MusicBrainz, LastFM, Freebase, EchoNest, DBpedia. More at our Richseam profile.

[t]Space – TopTechPhoto Space is a Lightroom plugin which allows easy storage for catalogs content onto a network(Dropbox, FTP, sFTP or samba) server, instead of a computer internal HDD, freeing up storage space there. It also enables users to share catalog images with others. APIs used include: MediaFire, GoogleStorage, Dropbox, AmazonS3. More at our [t]Space profile.

HotelBetween – Finding a hotel on your route has never been so easy. Enter your destination and search for the best hotels along the itinerary. APIs used include: GoogleMaps. More at our HotelBetween profile.

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2 Responses to “Best New Mashups: Week In Review Featuring Google Maps, Dropbox and Spotify”

November 26th, 2012
at 9:06 am
Comment by: Justin

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December 14th, 2012
at 2:37 am
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