Best New Mashups: July Roundup Featuring Twitter, Foursquare and Wikipedia

Summer continues to fly by and we turn the page on yet another month. As we start August, it's time to look back at some of the more interesting mashups submitted to our directory. These mashups include a service to help you stay fit, social product reviews, and in staying with the season a tool to help you during your trips. Popular APIs used last month include Twitter and Foursquare. Read below to find out more about these mashups.

Trippin - Travel mashup which gives complete info about a place from 8 different websites. APIs used include: WolframAlpha, Tixik, GooglePlaces, GoogleMapsData, GoogleMaps, GoogleLatitude, Freebase, Foursquare. More at our Trippin profile.

Productism - Productism is a place where you can review the products you love and share them with your friends. APIs used include: Twitter, FacebookGraph, Amazon. More at our Productism profile.

VocaBoca Visual Translator and Vocabulary app - VocaBoca combines the power of Google Translate, Flickr images and Wiktionary to explain any word, from any app in almost any language. Build your own vocabulary list from the words you find in your favourite mobile apps. Learn new words when you surf, when you read the news and when you check your e-mail. APIs used include: Wikipedia, GoogleTranslate, Flickr. More at our VocaBoca profile.

Healthy Lemur - Foursquare, Facebook and Twitter mashup. It lets you commit to exercise N days per week and tweets/post on your facebook wall when you do or not do it based on how many times you checked in at the gym on Foursquare. APIs used include: Twitter, Foursquare, Facebook. More at our Healthy Lemur profile.

Be sure to read the next Mashups article: Best New Mashups: Geolocation Mashups Using Google Maps, Foursquare and Twitter