Cool Websites and Tools [July 23rd, 2010]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [July 23rd, 2010]

 

FeedsAnywhere – There are many RSS clients that make it easier to read the feeds by merging them. However most of these applications are targeted at computers; when used on smartphones, they often end up with an undesirable layout. For an RSS reader for your mobile phone, give FeedsAnywhere a try. Read more: FeedsAnywhere: Simple web based RSS reader for mobile phone.

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eType – is a great replacement for Typing Tutor programs. Typing Tutors help improve the accuracy and speed of your typing through practice; eType, on the other hand, tries to intuitively figure out which word you want to type and helps you choose from a list of narrowed-down words. Read more: eType: Windows Tool To Auto-Complete Words, Spell Check & Translation.

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [July 23rd, 2010]

 

Plaud.it – There are a number of online services that provide traffic monitoring statistics for your websites. Site owners usually opt for Google Analytics; however there are other competent alternatives available only waiting to be discovered. One such alternative is Plaud.it. Read more: Plaud.it: Free Website Ranking Statistics Tracker.

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [July 23rd, 2010]

 

HTTPS Everywhere – HTTPS connections have clear benefits over HTTP ones. With HTTPS you get a higher level of security because data sent and received is encrypted; 3rd party services cannot decrypt this data and learn about your activities. To take advantage of what HTTPS has to offer, you can use HTTPS Everywhere. Read more: HTTPS Everywhere: Use HTTPS Instead Of HTTP When Possible.

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [July 23rd, 2010]

 

[NO LONGER WORKS] EdocZA – While we have reviewed many PDF document search sites before, EdocZA is different because not only it goes beyond just the PDF format which most document search engines stick to, it also lets users search documents in languages other than English. Read more: EdocZA: Multi-Format Document Search Site.

 

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