Cool Websites and Tools [May 30th 2013]

muo   Cool Websites and Tools [May 30th 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 [May 30th 2013]


Quibl – There are all kinds of fun topics to debate with others, and as long as debates are kept civil, there is a lot of enjoyment to be had discussing issues. You can even learn new ways to look at an issue through debating with other people. If you are looking for a cool way to discuss almost any issue with other Internet users, a new website called Quibl is perfect for you. Read more: Quibl: A Free Online Debate Platform For Discussing All Kinds Of Issues

   Cool Websites and Tools [May 30th 2013]


Tinderizer – there are now a large number of people who own Kindle devices to read their eBooks on. However, eBooks are not the only thing these Kindle owners read. They also read articles that are online on various websites. Having to switch from their Kindle to the computer and then back for reading can be quite inconvenient. Here to help you is Tinderizer. Read more: Tinderizer: Easily Send Web Articles To Your Kindle Device For Convenient Reading


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Montaj – Recording videos is one of the many things that we use our smartphones for. What would be cooler than sharing a single video though, is creating a video montage of all the important clips that you have recorded. In many instances, you must first transfer the videos from your phone to your computer. Here to help get rid of all these steps is Montaj. Read more: Montaj: Create Brilliant Video Montages Without Doing Any Editing [iOS]


   Cool Websites and Tools [May 30th 2013]


Detectify – As a webmaster, you must ensure that your website is not being used for anything wrong. For example, the ads that appear on your website could be redirecting visitors to a virus or a malicious web tool. Therefore you should take the proper measures to hunt for such things and remove them. Here to help you in this task is a tool called Detectify. Read more: Detectify: Scan Your Website For Security Vulnerabilities


   Cool Websites and Tools [May 30th 2013]


HiveMindMap – To find out what is trending and happening, a better place than Twitter is very hard to come by. If you are trying to get information, you must know what the most popular tweets and trends on Twitter have been recently. If you want a proper tool dedicated to this sole purpose, you should check out a site called HiveMindMap. Read more: HiveMindMap: Check Out The Week’s Most Popular Twitter Hashtags & Their Relationships


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Adrian Barat

Interesting list, like always. From all the services mentioned above, the one I find most interesting is Detectify. It’s an useful service to have.

David Moreira


Aibek Esengulov


JL Robinson

I enjoy seeing the cool websites posts but am disappointed they have been ‘cut’ in the reader so that one must click through to read them. I hope this gets changed back soon so that the reader post is full length.

Aibek Esengulov

Hi there,

Thanks for the feedback.
Sorry to hear that you’re not happy with the new format. It wasn’t an easy decision for us but something that need to be done. it’s becoming really difficult for us to deal with sites that are blatantly copy our content through automated tools. Most of those tools scrap content from feeds. We are looking for alternative options but for the time being the feed will remain as it is.



The link for Quibl is bad. It ends in a superfluous “/t”