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DoAt (do@) is a new mobile search engine for the iPhone. DoAt is an open platform for answering search queries and any developer can submit a web app to answer any type of query (music, movies,...
Experimental mashup that presents photo images from Point Reyes on a Google map. It also integrates with Google Search and Weather.com.
Instant map search for local weather and nearest hotels, foods, bars, parking, clinics etc.
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