Cool Websites and Tools [December 12th 2012]

muo   Cool Websites and Tools [December 12th 2012]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.

   Cool Websites and Tools [December 12th 2012]

 

Alarmed – Believe it or not, but there are plenty of people working long hours trying to figure out the best way to wake you up or otherwise notify you of something important. We’ve covered numerous alarms at MakeUseOf, but Alarmed, an app for iOS devices, has some unique features of its own which may interest a number of people. Read more: Alarmed: A Full Featured All-in-One Alarm [iOS 4.0+]

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StatusPeople – Twitter allows us to make connections with real people from different walks of life, but it is also a haven for spammers and fake accounts. Fortunately, we have an app called Status People that scans your Twitter followers and flags fake accounts for you, by comparing them against a specific set of rules. Read more: StatusPeople: Scans Your Twitter Followers For Fake Accounts

 

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PlaceOfMine – Looking for a new place to live is not easy, to say the least. Figuring out how near the place is to your workplace, how much it will cost you, whether or not pets are allowed in that building, etc. can be very time consuming. Thankfully however there is an online tool that simplifies matters; this tool is called Place of Mine. Read more: PlaceofMine: Use Various Parameters to Search for Places to Live in Your City

 

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Tabs Outliner – Google Chrome offers tabbed browsing which makes things very convenient for the user. However finding a tab when you have many tabs and windows of Chrome open can be difficult. Here to help you easily manage them is an extension called Tabs Outliner. The number on this indicates the total sum of tabs which you have currently opened in Chrome. Read more: Tabs Outliner: Easily Manage The Tabs & Windows of Google Chrome

 

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CloudHQ – Many computer users create and edit documents in Google Docs but store backups of these files and share them using services like Dropbox and Basecamp. It would be highly convenient if you could simply automate the synchronization between your Google Docs account and other storage accounts. Fortunately for Google Chrome users, there is a solution in the form of CloudHQ. Read more: CloudHQ: Synch Your Google Docs Files With Dropbox & Other Accounts

 

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Chew Jian Yue

Tabs Outliner is a very good application for Chrome.. Saves me a lot of time of managing tabs

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Ryan

Tabsoutliner – simple awesome, BEST extension ever!
How did I work without this before?! Thanks!!!

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Alexander

Just installed Tabs Outliner. And i already love it ! Very usefull

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Brett Dovey

Just had a look at the StatusPeople 1% Fakes !! Not bad !!

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Roomy Naqvy

how do you find such fascinating and unique websites? :):) Absolutely wonderful.

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Vishal Srivastava

Status People looks good!!
Tabs Outliner is simply awesome though and something I need right now. As of writing this, I have 20 tabs open on my Google Chrome (17 of them links to other MOU articles).

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Brenden Barlow

im going to have to try tabs outliner…..(ive been called a tab whore many times, and this will only help….)

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Paulo Delgado

Why do we need another cloud service?

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Aibek Esengulov

because it’s good to have alternatives )

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Ryan

Thanks for the detailed list. Another great tool is Britely.com. It quickly changed my workflow for saving the articles that I really want to use. (Plus it’s a huge relief from evernote guilt – EN is great for searching when I know what I want to find, but it’s just not designed for learning new ideas.) Britely is still in beta (invite only for now) and I think you can sign up for an invite on their site.