Cool Websites and Tools [January 6th 2013]

muo   Cool Websites and Tools [January 6th 2013]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.

   Cool Websites and Tools [January 6th 2013]

 

TapPouch – lets Android users transfer data from one device to another by using the same Wi-Fi network connection. The application works on every Android device, whether a smartphone or a tablet, that has Android version 2.2 or above installed. What makes it even more convenient to use is that it does not prompt users to log in or provide IP/FTP information. Read more: TapPouch: An Easy Way To Transfer Files & Folders Through Wi-Fi [Android]

   Cool Websites and Tools [January 6th 2013]

 

Logo Quiz – We are surrounded by logos everywhere. From TV ads to billboards, from movies to phone carriers, you will find logos of companies everywhere. Many of these logos are universally recognizable and you can immediately identify them after one look. One iOS app development team decided to make a fun game out of this fact and they created Logo Quiz – an iOS app that tests your knowledge of various logos. Read more: Logo Quiz: A Fun Game To Test Your Knowledge Of Logos [iOS]

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [January 6th 2013]

 

ChatTime – Thanks to services like Skype, you can now call people for free anytime you want. But for calls that are from your VoIP app to others’ phones, either landline or cellphone, you have to pay a significant amount of money. The rates at which you make these calls are not cheap, despite what the VoIP might claim. Furthermore, the voice quality is inconsistent and sometimes the audio is barely audible. Here to offer a solution to all of this is an iOS application called ChatTime. Read more: ChatTime: Make Free & Cheap Calls Everywhere In The World [iOS]

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [January 6th 2013]

 

Panic Button – Internet users are entitled to their privacy and should be able to hide from others what websites they are viewing. But sometimes hiding this information becomes difficult because someone can simply walk to your desk and have a look at your computer screen. In such a situation you can use a tool called PanicButton. Read more: PanicButton: Quickly Hide Chrome Tabs & Restore Them Later With A Password

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [January 6th 2013]

 

PDF2Social – A lot of Internet users have an account on Facebook nowadays, which they use to share everything. But one thing that Facebook does not let you share easily is a PDF document. In order to share a PDF document on Facebook, you would first need to convert the PDF to an image file. But there is a free alternative present in the form of PDF2Social. Read more: PDF2Social: Share PDF Files On Facebook As Images

 

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4 Comments -

salim benhouhou

i like pdf2social and i shared it on my ebooks group at apsense .

Scott Macmillan

The panic button is a nice addition for my office pc.Thanks.

Avish Kansakar

i think i am going to like the panic button.

Alexander

i already love the panic button ! :P