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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 SayAtMe – One of the things the Internet excels at is collecting anonymous feedback. Ask anyone who’s posted a video on YouTube about this and they’ll tell you that people have no problem speaking their mind. If you want to channel this anonymity and gather feedback on what friends really think about you, SayAtMe gives you the chance to do just that. Read more: SayAtMe: Anonymously Gather Feedback About Yourself.

My image GMapCatcher – is an offline Google maps viewer. It lets you download the maps for any location you want and stores them locally on your computer. You can then browse through the maps that you downloaded without requiring an Internet connection. Read more: GMapCatcher: Take Online Google Maps Offline.
My image Favoorit – For many people, using the Internet has become the same as Googling something and for that purpose millions of people set their browser homepage as Google.com. However, the plain vanilla look of the Google homepage is too boring at times. Favoorit is a tool that cures this boredom by letting you implement a fun themed Google as your homepage.
My image [NO LONGER WORKS] ToDone – There are a plethora of software to-do lists on the market for the desktop and web alike. To→done, a GTD focused to do list, aims to be amongst the simplest. Enter all your tasks and To→done will create a database of things you need to do and how long it’ll take to do them.
My image Toolwerk – Merging two images or overlapping a smaller image over a bigger one, isn’t easy. Toolwerk’s online image merger can help you accomplish this task effortlessly. It helps you merge two images, be it in png, gif or jpg format. Read more: Toolwerk: Merge Two Images Online.

 

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  1. Anonymous
    May 10, 2010 at 3:27 pm

    thanks

  2. Nat Jay
    May 10, 2010 at 4:49 am

    GMapCatcher is good because of offline support. On my travels, I sometimes find myself in areas with low or zero internet connectivity. This should be great in those conditions.

    • Aibek
      May 10, 2010 at 4:49 pm

      yep, useful for downloading maps before you travel.

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