Cool Websites and Tools [June 15th 2013]

muo   Cool Websites and Tools [June 15th 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 [June 15th 2013]


Now for iOS – If you’re always busy on the weekends, attending festivals, shows and other events then you might be interested in Now., an application designed to share and discover events that are happening right now. The platform uses your iOS device’s location and fetches relevant goings on. Read more: Now. for iOS: Share & Discover Local Events From You iPhone or iPad

   Cool Websites and Tools [June 15th 2013]


Bookish – This collaborative project between Simon & Schuster, Hachette, and Penguin is designed for book-lovers everywhere. In a nutshell, Bookish is part book review publication, part bookstore, and part industry-saver. You’ll arrive on the homepage only to discover what appears to be a type of e-magazine. Read more: Bookish: Read, Buy, And Get Recommendations With This Great Website


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The Great Suspender – With an invention of multiple tabs in browsers it is easy to keep track and switch between multiple webpages from a single browser window. However, each additional open tab consumes computer memory. The more open tabs you have the more it slows down your computer. If you like to have multiple open tabs but don’t want to tax your computer’s memory, check out The Great Suspender. Read more: The Great Suspender: Suspends Inactive Tabs To Reduce Chrome Memory Consumption


   Cool Websites and Tools [June 15th 2013]


onDeck – If you use Android, most probably you have to constantly switch between numerous apps, system settings and shortcuts. There are many apps out there that let you effectively multitask on Android using finger gestures on your screen. One of them is onDeck. It is a handy app for Android, which gives you a quick access to different apps and system features. Read more: onDeck: Quickly Switch Between Apps & Settings [Android]


   Cool Websites and Tools [June 15th 2013]


ProcOff for Windows – Many of us have got into the habit of leaving our PCs on constantly. One thing that we often forget when simply walking away from the PC is the power that is being unnecessarily consumed in our absence. ProcOff might just be the intelligent power-saver you need to solve this problem. Read more: ProcOff for Windows: Monitor Processes & Shut Down Your PC When Idle


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Leland Whitlock

OnDeck is a lot like SwipePad for Android. I have been using SwipePad for about 2 years now and can attest it is very handy. I plan on testing OnDeck out soon so I can see the differences. Thanks.

David Moreira

Thanks, going to try Bookish.


ProcOff is nice (: