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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE (or come with a decent free account option). No trials or buy-to-use craplets. For more cool websites and web app reviews subscribe to MakeUseOf Directory.

My image   ConvertHub – is a simple web app that quickly converts your images to your preferred format. To start, enter the URL or upload the image that you want to convert and then click your chosen format. Convert Hub can handle several common file formats such as png, bmp, jpg, gif, and ico. It can also convert more advanced formats like eps, ps, tiff, and tga.

My image   Spaaze – acts as a virtual corkboard and lets you collect, organize and remember information in an easy-to-use visual manner. Instead of a webpage or a profile, Spaaze provides you with a large virtual corkboard on which you can pin items. You can simply drag these items to re-arrange and resize them with a single click. Read more: Spaaze: Free Virtual Corkboard Online.
My image   Five Filters – Do you get annoyed when some RSS feeds deliver only excerpts to your RSS reader and you have to click a link to their page to read the full article? Fortunately, we now have FiveFilters. This handy web app can transform any partial feed into a full text feed. Read more: FiveFilters: Turn Partial RSS Feeds Into Full Text Feeds.
My image   Pingdom – Nothing gets more annoying for webmasters than a website in downtime. Downtime incidents can cost a lot of wasted revenue and traffic. It even hurts more if you have no idea when and why your website is down. Enter Pingdom, it is a handy web service that monitors website downtime and lets you know when your website is down with alerts. Read more: Pingdom: Monitors Website Downtime & Sends Alerts.
My image   Windows To Tabs – Managing tabs is one of the few features that browsers often overlook. With so many browser windows and tabs open, there should be an easy way to organize all of them. Windows To Tabs is a Google Chrome extension that lets you merge all tabs from all windows in one click. Read more: Windows To Tabs: Merge All Tabs To One Window In Google Chrome.



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  1. Dave
    January 6, 2010 at 2:38 pm

    cool tips. Not sure which I like best. Recently came across another video which talks about some new free applications out there.

  2. Jal
    January 6, 2010 at 1:23 am

    Cool list. Specially the Five Filters.

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