Today in Cool Websites and Tools, we take a look at 5 cool websites, including monitoring your energy consumption, scanning short URL’s, Android screencasts, Firefox big clocks, and designer feedback. Read on below!
Efergy Engage – Once you have installed the engage app on your iPhone you will have access to a range of features that allow you to monitor your energy consumption remotely. The energy graph widget allows you to see your demand in kW along with your consumption over daily and monthly periods. If you rotate your phone between landscape and portrait orientations you change the level on detail on the graphs.
URL Uncover – is a tool to find out the real link hiding behind a short URL. It could lead to a malware or trojan infected website which could cause damage to your system or fetch important information without you knowing. It checks and scans the website first and makes sure that the website is safe to visit or not. The website has been tested with more than 100 top URL shorteners and all of them work flawlessly.
SCR Screen Recorder – Record great quality screencasts directly from your Android phone or tablet. SCR Screen Recorder uses hardware accelerated video encoding to achieve best quality screen recording on any device. It’s the only video recorder on the market supporting the Tegra device including Nexus 7.
This is an early BETA preview version so it may not work on all devices and ROMs.
Big Clock Background – We all know time flies like that always. And while browsing the Internet we are so lost in this vast ocean of knowledge and entertainment that we forget to keep an eye on the clock. The Big-Clock-Background or Clock-Tab extension will never let you forget the power of time. It shows a big clock whenever you open a new tab.
DesignDrop – is a new way to conduct design reviews and collect feedback. It helps designers capture and organize feedback, making the review process significantly more effective and less painful. Draw visual annotations directly onto the image to specify exactly elements on the design. Have one single reference point for all feedback instead of having to sift through multiple email threads.