Cool Websites and Tools [January 28th 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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MyPrice – If you are a freelance worker, than you will know that determining a fair price can be a real challenge. You do not want to be underpaid for your time, but you also don’t want to charge so much that you are no longer competitive with other members of your field. The iOS app MyPrice is designed to help freelancers choose a proper rate based on the type of work being performed. Read more: MyPrice: Helps Freelancers Decide How Much To Charge For Their Services [iOS]

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Volerro – There are various web services that help you manage your team projects effectively online but the various phases of your project might not be fully incorporated into the site’s own interface. Here to offer a more flexible project management solution is a service called Volerro. Read more: Volerro: A Web Service That Simplifies Teamwork & Helps To Share Files Online

 

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Timezone Slider – If you have ever scheduled an online meeting with somebody who lives abroad, you know that the first thing you need to do is clarify the time. You need to find out what time it is going to be at their end and then inform them of the meeting time. A helpful tool that makes matters easier is a web app called Time Zone Slider. Read more: Time Zone Slider: Find Out What Time It Is In Other Time Zones To Easily Schedule Meetings

 

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iBrainstorm – When it comes to recording an idea while brainstorming, most people prefer notebooks over computers and phones. The main reason for this is the liberty of quickly drawing shapes and lines using freehand. But now using an app called iBrainstorm, you can do the same using your iPad. Read more: iBrainstorm: An iOS App That Helps You Brainstorm

 

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Silkslides – Most people prefer Microsoft Office PowerPoint to create their presentations. If you want to make your PowerPoint presentation viewable online and also enable discussion for your presentation, you should use a web service called SilkSlides, a free to use web service that lets you publish presentations online and share them for discussions. Read more: SilkSlides: Publish Your Presentations Online For Sharing & Discussion

 

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