You can now insert live hyperlinks to any of your external websites inside YouTube videos with the help of video annotations.
Send live URLs to your mobile device and control them remotely without the need for the user to reload anything.
Not sure which places to see in a city? A simple Google search can list all the popular tourist attractions of any city or country.
Dropbox users can connect to a Shared Folder in Google Drive and vice-versa. You can also follow a shared folder by email and get updates as file attachments.
You can make free international calls to landlines and mobile phones using Skype for a 30-day period. No string attached.
Microsoft Office 2013 is the new version of Microsoft Office that you can download and install on any Windows 7 or 8 computer.
You can now install all the popular bookmarklets on your iPhone and iPad from one place. Video tutorial included.
You can send a free fax to any fax machine (including international numbers) using your Google or Microsoft account.
You can save web pages, images, PDFs, and other web content to your Google Drive with a simple click.
Learn how to create a backup of your blogger blog with a click. You can download the entire blog include posts and comments.
A sitemap file indirectly reveals the total number of Windows 8 Apps that are currently available in the Windows Apps Store.
The text-only web browser runs in the Google Cloud and is powered by Google Apps Script. You can also use it as a proxy server.
RSS feeds are not available in Google Plus but you can quickly generate feeds for any Google Profile or Page using the Feed+ app for Chrome.
You can use Google Images to find pictures of a particular size (or resolution) using the undocumented imagesize search operator.
The browser window size is a more important metric than screen resolution and you can use Google Analytics to track that number.
You can watch any YouTube video or entire video playlists outside the browser using the VLC Media Player. And the videos will play without the ads.
If you do not wish to show your exact location in Tweets, you can either turn off geo-tagging or attach a random location.
You can run the iOS Simulator app in any Windows browser and test your web designs without even having an iOS device.