Cool Websites and Tools [April 8th 2012]

April 9, 2012 | In: Uncategorized

Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. Most of the listed websites are FREE or come with a decent free account option. If you want to have similar cool website round-ups delivered to your daily email, subscribe here.

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21Habit – Good habits are great. Brushing your teeth, taking showers and cleaning your house are all good habits. Establishing good habits is great for your overall well-being. Bad habits are the opposite. Smoking, picking your nose and biting your nails would all be generally considered bad habits. These are the kinds of habits you want to get rid of. Read more: 21Habit: Make Or Break A Habit In 21 Days

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my1login: – While signing up for a new online service, it is always wise to set a different password then the passwords you use for other services. But remembering so many different passwords can be problematic. There are online services that remember your passwords after you install their browser plugins but plugins might slow down your browser. Here to offer a speedy solution is a service called my1login. Read more: my1login: A Wonderful Online Password Storage Service

 

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Sortable – If you are looking for a website that will help you find and sort electronic gadgets according to its price tag, then look no further and check out Sortable, a website that allows users to to sort products according to the price you want them to be sorted in. The list of products currently available includes TV’s, mobile phones and more. Read more: Sortable: Searches & Finds Electronic Gadgets You Want

 

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Bib.ly – If you are having a religious discussion with people online, it is always wise to support your perspectives with the exact references. If you are referencing the Bible, you should be able to show your friends which verse you are talking about to support your argument. Here to help you reference Bible verses online is Bib.ly. Read more: Bib.ly: URL Shortener For Bible

 

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InSync – Dropbox is the most popular file-syncing app for the desktop while most remote workers prefer to work with Googe Docs for their online office suite. Up until now, many have been clamoring for the integration of these two services. How nifty is it to be able to edit documents on the desktop and sync them to your Google Docs account? Read more: InSync: Dropbox-Like Client With Google Docs Integration

 

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