Cool Websites and Tools [February 19th 2013]

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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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Speed U – The countless applications offered on iTunes are very tempting and before you know it, you end up cluttering your iOS device’s app screen. This makes it difficult to locate your most frequently used applications. Here to solve this problem is a tool called Speed U. Read more: Speed U: Add Shortcuts To Apps & OS Functions To Your iPhone Home Screen [iOS]

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Map->Image – Here is another way to prettify your desktop or your Facebook’s cover photo. Map–>Image is an online tool that lets you make beautiful images of an area in a map. Map–>Image uses the Open Street Map API to generate the map’s imagery. You only need to search for the location to go the area where you want the image to be taken. Read more: Map–>Image: Create Beautiful Images From Maps

 

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Musink – is a free music composition editor that lets you easily write music notes. To write a note, you simply click where you would like notes to appear and proceed note by note. Note and rest durations are set and adjusted automatically for you. Most notation editors make it your responsibility to make music look good. Read more: Musink: Free & Automated Sheet Music Composition Editor

 

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PicMark – lets you easily watermark your images, which you can then share online. It is handy if you want to brand your images in some way before sharing them on social networks and other sites. To watermark an image, simply sign in with your Facebook account, select an image, choose a frame and enter your text. Read more: PicMark: Watermark Your Images Before Sharing

 

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SynWrite – Do you open up your program’s source files in Notepad? If yes, then you already know how inconvenient the lack of highlighted syntax and special words is. Here to effectively solve that problem is a desktop application called SynWrite. The application lets you open text files and edit them. Read more: SynWrite: A Notepad Alternative To Take Notes & Edit Programming Codes

 

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  • Robert Owens

    Musink is a great find! The musical score-writing apps I have tried have been very clunky to place notes in a score, but Musink looks really cool! Thanks for the heads-up on this software!

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