Cool Websites and Tools [April 7th, 2010]

web apps 214   Cool Websites and Tools [April 7th, 2010] 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.

   Cool Websites and Tools [April 7th, 2010]

 

DocsPal – Dealing with multiple file formats can be very tiresome especially if you have a lot of them. One service that can help organize your files is DocsPal. This free document viewer and converter lets you convert a variety of documents, images and archive files to other supported formats. Read more: DocsPal: Free Document Viewer & Converter.

   Cool Websites and Tools [April 7th, 2010]

 

Psonar – Managing your music from the cloud and syncing it with your music devices has never been easier with Psonar. Unlike other music players, this web app provides a more direct route from the cloud to your mp3 player, allowing you to sync your songs on the fly. Read more: Psonar: Upload & Manage Your Music in The Cloud.

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [April 7th, 2010]

 

ManPacks – As men, we usually spring our rugged and brutish look. At the same time, we cannot be bothered to shop regularly for a clean set of underwear, shirts, and socks. What happens instead is that we usually expect our girlfriends to buy us these things. That is why Manpacks can be a life saver for men. Read more: ManPacks: Subscription Based Dressing Service For Men.

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [April 7th, 2010]

 

WhereIsMyMilkFrom – We all know that milk comes from cows. However, if you want to dig deeper and know where those cows come from, then you can check out WhereIsMyMilkFrom. This simple web app lets you find out things about the milk in your carton. Read more: WhereIsMyMilkFrom: Find out Where Your Milk Comes From.

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [April 7th, 2010]

 

Live-PDF – Are you looking for the next e-book/PDF to read? If you are, then check out Live-PDF. This tool is a search engine specifically for PDF files. Using Google and Bing search engines, Live-PDF helps you find the most relevant available PDF that you need. Read more: Live-PDF: Search Engine For PDF Files & E-books.

 

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One Comment -

Garen

I am really digging the milk one!