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I love using Google Docs (especially for text documents and for spreadsheets). Is there something similar that can replace MS Access/Filemaker? So I'm looking for a hosted database solution with a user-friendly interface. I don't want to write SQL code all day long.

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You can also try Zoho Creator which is simple and can allow you to create a simple database.

Zoho Creator is an easy-to-use platform that lets you build custom apps for your unique business needs with little or no coding experience.

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I am building such an online database app, over Google App Engine. It is called iFreeTools Creator and is available at http://creator.ifreetools.com

iFreeTools Creator has out-of-the-box integration with other Google services including with Google Contacts (import/upload from your custom database) and Google Docs (attach files from docs to database records).

I have posted more details on iFreeTools Creator in my answer to a related question : CMS with Microsoft Access features

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database.com has recently opened to the public. Owned by Salesforce it has a very easy to use frontend and a stable cloud architecture. Caveat: it's only free up to 100k records for 3 users.

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I recommend you check out GoDaddy's Easy Database for Websites product.

The application codes widgets that collect and display information that can be embedded on your website. It’s great for restaurant menus, photo galleries, team rosters, hotel reservations, and anything else you’d manage in a table and display on a website. You can also see more information about it here: "Easy Database for Websites"

Easy Database for Websites can help take the confusion out databases. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the free 24/7 technical support department.

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