We love the Internet here at MakeUseOf, and are forever scouring it for the best of the Web. Find our picks for the best websites, tips and tricks, and popular trends across the WWW.
Have you ever wondered what the accents from countries X, Y, or Z sound like? Use this crowdsourced map to hear them right now!
By default, you can only sort Amazon results by number of reviews when shopping for books. With this extension, you can bring that feature across all categories!
If you’re lucky enough to be using a Verizon Wireless unlimited data plan, you’d better start keeping a close eye on your data usage. Or else.
A majority of today’s internet traffic consists of streamed video. But video streaming can be expensive with data caps. The solution is to capture streaming videos and download them to your computer.
Google Docs has its shortcomings. Maybe you want to avoid Google for privacy concerns. Or you might need different features. We found five excellent alternatives and one of them will work for you.
There are plenty of ways to keep up-to-date with your favorite artists. Here are eight websites to check out new music releases as they happen.
Little did you know that WordPress is one of the most influential platforms on the web. Here are a few things you probably didn’t know about it.
Google Maps is freaking amazing. Even when you’re already en route to a destination, it can easily insert extra stops along the way with just a tap.
If you’re a voracious reader, buying ebook after ebook can burn a huge hole in your wallet. Thankfully, there are plenty of websites offering free ebooks, and these are the best.
Google Maps is used by millions of people every day and you might be one of them, but how does it actually work and how does Google maintain its accuracy so well?
The Internet Archive has created a repository dedicated to Donald Trump. The Trump Archive will allow us all to fact-check the next President of the United States of America.
We cannot avoid procrastination. We must learn to deal with it. If you are in the habit of putting off important work, use these five Udemy classes to boost your productivity (and beat procrastination).