Cool Websites and Tools [January 20th 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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CSS Filter Lab – If you are a web designer that works with modern online designs, then you would already have made use of CSS filters and how they add to the visual appeal of the design. Rather than coding up your own filters, you should check out a site called CSS FilterLab for convenience, a free to use web service that lets you get the codes for CSS filters. Read more: CSS FilterLab: Get Codes For Customized CSS Filters

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Jasmine – is a universal YouTube client for iOS that looks like it could be something special. It has lots of features that YouTube fans should love. It works with all model iPhones, including the brand new iPhone 5. As you can see in the screenshots, it is a little longer than you’re used to with your iPhone apps. Read more: Jasmine: Feature-Rich YouTube Client [iOS]

 

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Idrod Music Free – Google Play is filled with music players. They come in all shapes and sizes, from the incredibly useful, to the weird. Idrod Music Free seems to fall somewhere in the middle. It turns your Android screen into an old-school iPod Nano to play music. It is useful, interesting, weird, and just a little bit out of place on an Android device. Read more: Idrod Music Free: Turns Android Screen into an Old-School iPod Nano To Play Music

 

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PassWallet – If you are looking for a way to effectively manage coupons, loyalty cards, event tickets, and such, then you will find Apple’s Passbook to be very helpful. Unfortunately the service only works with Apple’s devices. Here to change that is a tool called PassWallet. The app helps you use Apple’s Passbook service on your Android phone. Read more: PassWallet: Use Apple’s Passbook on Your Android Device

 

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Woven – If you have been using the Internet for a long time, then you have photographs scattered across numerous web services including Facebook, Shutterfly, Flickr, Picasa, and many more. Logging into a different account each time you have to view a particular uploaded image is not very convenient. Here to offer an easy solution is a tool called Woven. Read more: Woven: View All Your Online Photos From a Single Dashboard

 

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