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iMaze is an immersive web app that allows users to upload images and then convert it into a maze. Then the user has the option to compete with a friend or take it on by himself.
Let's Make a Puzzzzle allows users to upload a photo and turn it into a puzzle. Choose difficulty levels ranging from "passing time" to "nearly impossible".
Inspired by the mock interviews featured on Late Night With Conan Oâ€™Brien, LipMe allows users to cut the mouth out of any face - a newly taken picture of a friend, celebrity, animal or even an...
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Chart APIs are useful and popular, and Google knows how to do them well, so they're continuously adding more features and options for customization to their Visualization API. The Google Code Blog recently highlighted a few of the newest features.
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