The Most Useful 50 Web Sites You Wish You Knew Earlier

by Janeth Kent Date: 13-06-2020 tips websites web internet

There are so many websites around, and it is very complicated to know each and every one of them. Our lisy provides 100 those websites that we find particularly helpful, even though they are not as famous or as prevalent as some of the big names.

  1. — take a snapshot of any web page and it will be exist forever even if the original page is gone.
  2. — create freehand doodles.
  3. — check the speed of your Internet connection.
  4. — create pixel-perfect slide decks and broadcast your presentations to an audience of any size from anywhere.
  5. – accurate and quick voice recognition.
  6. — find similar photos on the web.
  7. – copy special characters and emojis that aren’t on your keyboard.
  8. – the best place to learn coding online.
  9. – track flight status.
  10. – download images absolutely free.
  11. — an online library of free HD videos.
  12. – upload an image of any text and quickly determine the font family.
  13. – the best collection of open source fonts.
  14. — transform your handwriting into a real font.
  15. — access other computers or allow others to remote access your computer over the Internet.
  16. – design from scratch or re-model your home in 3D.
  17. – lets you quickly edit PDF in the browser without Acrobat.
  18. – create diagrams, wireframe and flowcharts in the browser.
  19. – recognize text from scanned PDFs.
  20. – for sharing really big files online.
  21. — peer to peer file transfer over WebRTC without any middleman.
  22. – download free Kindle books.
  23. – print music sheets, write your own music online.
  24. – create mind-maps, brainstorm ideas.
  25. – get color ideas, also extract colors from photographs.
  26. — make beautiful graphics, presentations, resumes and more with readymade template designs.
  27. – ind the name of a song.
  28. – send an online fax for free.
  29. – compress images on the fly. Site works offline as well.
  30. – a tool for measuring  site performance.
  31. — Turn Google Slides in animated GIF presentations.
  32. – create a connection between all your online accounts.
  33. — an offline playground for building web projects in HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  34. — create your own comic strips with your own characters and move them into any pose.
  35. — a full-featured vector drawing tool that works everywhere.
  36. — create vector graphics and export them as SVG or PNG files.
  37. twitterbots — create your own Twitter bots that can auto-reply, DM, follow people and more.
  38. —  learn the art of meditation and reduct stress, focus more and even sleep better.
  39. — a directory of free online courses offered by universities worldwide.
  40. — discover museums, famous paintings and art treasure from all around the world.
  41. — step-by-step guides on how to build anything and everything.
  42. — make data-driven graphics, charts and infographics.
  43. — create interactive wireframes and product mockups.
  44. — make marketing videos and branded stories for Instagram, Facebook and YouTube trailers.
  45. — Take bite-sized courses on a variety of topics, chapters are delivered by email every monning.
  46. – send rich-text emails with gmail mail merge.
  47. — download mock data to fill the rows in your Excel spreadsheet.
  48. — create and share interactive reports, newsletters, presentations, and for storytelling.
  49. — the perfect web scraping tool that lets you extract data from nearly any website.
  50. – a clean alternative to google search that doesn’t track you on the Internet.

by Janeth Kent Date: 13-06-2020 tips websites web internet hits : 4489  
Janeth Kent

Janeth Kent

Licenciada en Bellas Artes y programadora por pasión. Cuando tengo un rato retoco fotos, edito vídeos y diseño cosas. El resto del tiempo escribo en MA-NO WEB DESIGN END DEVELOPMENT.


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