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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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Linkfester – Bloggers often post lists of interesting websites they collect that day on their website. Usually to make a link clickable, you have to make your pasted weblink a hyperlink. Pasting in the URL of each website and making them clickable individually can be very time consuming. Fortunately there is a tool that helps – LinkFester. Read more: LinkFester: Easily Get HTML Code To Post Lists Of Links On Your Blog

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Papirus – This is a project management app that lets you assign tasks to yourself and other people (partners, employees, colleagues etc), set goals, organize workflow, watch progress and complete projects in time. Read more: Papirus: A Versatile Project Management App


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Mockflow AnnotatePro – Whenever you need to quickly annotate and share an image, usually you have to go through multiple steps – download the image, open image editing software, edit the image and then share it. If you want a quicker way to do it, check out Mockflow AnnotatePro. It is a professional image annotation tool hosted online. It give you a complete annotation experience including image editing, markup tools and export. Read more: Mockflow AnnotatePro: Easily Annotate & Share Images Online


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Attendance Tracker – Today’s smartphone allow their users to complete a wide range of tasks using the device. One of these many tasks is to record attendances at any type of event. If you are looking for a smartphone app that lets you do this, you should look into a tool called Attendance Tracker, used to track attendance of players during sports games, and others. Read more: Attendance Tracker: Use Your Phone To Record Attendances For Events [Android 2.2+]


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Anvil – Web developers are always looking for ways to make the process of development a little more efficient. The .DEV extension is designed as a way to make it easier for web developers to launch local files quickly. Anvil for Mac is a program designed to use .DEV files in a clean, organized way that makes it incredibly easy to run. Read more: Anvil: Menubar App For Managing Local Sites (Mac)


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  1. Anand
    February 7, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    Thanks for your great list of cool websites...I regularly visit your blog just to find websites which i have not used and make use of those websites...

    • Aibek Esengulov
      February 14, 2013 at 11:30 am

      you're welcome!

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