Allows the user to read the news and blog entries from sites they have subscribed to as RSS feeds and manages these in groups. Also available as a mobile version and Android version on the Android market place.
Web site construction kit with a WYSIWYG editor which you open by clicking on the corresponding modules in the front end; you can add texts, images, videos and RSS feeds to the site; you can assign a password to individual sections of the web site.
Automatically generates a tagcloud containing the most frequently used keywords on a web site. You can then correct the contents and form of the results and integrate them in your own web site as HTML scraps.
Makes it easier to send large files by email. The service hosts attachments up to 100Mb on its own server and creates a link to them for the recipient. Can be integrated directly into Outlook as a plug-in so mail attachments can be sent automatically via YouSendIt.
Social network whose members can upload images, send messages and comment on the profiles of other members. Can be extended by a large number of plug-ins so it can be integrated, for example, with other web services or be used to play mini-games with friends. More information and links on the Details page.
The best known online video portal. Allows you to view and upload video files of any type (including original TV recordings) and to share clips via web sites, mobile devices, blogs and email. Some content requires free registration. Also available as an Android app.
Web-based multi-instant messaging with which the user can log on and chat from anywhere on all standard messaging platforms such as ICQ, MSN, Yahoo!, Jabber and AIM. The program is no longer offered by the manufacturer.
Email client providing similar functions like locally installed mail clients via its browser interface. Screens inbox for spam, sorts mail by threads and allows setting of own mail filters. Offers almost unlimited storage space.