Cool Websites and Tools [February 23rd 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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Alamy – One of the many challenges facing people who work in the media is finding fresh images to go with their stories. Due to legal reasons, they can’t just pluck any image from Google and claim it as their own. Alamy is a stock photo site that aims to cater to both sides of the market. Read more: Alamy: A Stock Photo Website For Media Professionals & Photographers

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Push to Kindle Email Service – The Kindle device is rapidly becoming the most popular eBook reading device on the market. However, it is also popular for reading webpages and blog posts. Push to Kindle’s Email Service aims to make the process just that little bit easier. Read more: Push to Kindle Email Service: Email Webpages to Your Kindle [iOS]

 

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RouteXL – Many of us have been using Google Maps to navigate through city streets by using point-to-point routes. Google has excelled in this area, where it can now suggest different routes to users, and you only have to pick the best one for you. But what if you want to find the best route for multiple stops? Read more: RouteXL: Get Best Route For Multiple Locations With Google Maps

 

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Viewport Resizer – Have you ever wondered what a website will look like on a smartphone? Website developers carry out various tests to check how the final display will be like on various screen sizes. Here to help figure this out is a tool called Viewport Resizer, an easy to use browser tool. Read more: Viewport Resizer: Quickly Test Sites In Different Resolutions

 

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SizzlePig – If you need a batch image processor, it turns out that you don’t need to download a desktop app for it. SizzlePig is a cloud service that automatically scans images from your Dropbox folder and processes them on the cloud. Once you have signed up with SizzlePig, you can choose to connect to your entire Dropbox folder or a private folder within Dropbox. Read more: SizzlePig: Batch Processing Of Images Using Dropbox

 

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Macwitty

Viewport Resizer! Will start to use it already this afternoon, thanks!

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