Cool Websites and Tools [August 17th, 2011]

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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.

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Qip.li – Creating single webpages usually requires you to first register with a website, then specify a domain name, and choose a theme before you can get down to editing your page. Here to make matters much simpler is a web service called QipLi, a free to use web service that lets you quickly create a webpage. Read more: QipLi: Quickly Create Webpages & Edit Their HTML

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Lookout Mobile Security – The Android OS has been the target of much harmful malware recently. Therefore an anti-malware application is something which all Android phone owners should consider installing. Here to help in this regard is a phone app called Lookout Mobile Security which comes as a free, trial, and paid version. Read more: Lookout Mobile Security: Protect Android From Malware

 

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BT-Engage – Personalizing the computer applications you use gives you a working environment you are more comfortable with. This in turn will please you and increase productivity. Like many other applications, web browsers can be personalized through custom themes. While numerous websites offer browser themes, to create your own themes you should visit BT-Engage. Read more: BT-Engage: Create Custom Browser Themes For Firefox & IE

 

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BaconIpsum – Lorem Ipsum, popularly known as “dummy text”, is usually used to fill text areas of website designs currently under construction. Numerous online dummy text generators let you create Lorem Ipsum according to your specifications. But if you would like to have a little fun with your Lorem Ipsum, you can add bacon and meat to it by using a site called Bacon Ipsum. Read more: BaconIpsum: Add More Bacon To Your Dummy Text

 

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FriendLens – One of the things we use Facebook for is to view photos that our friends have shared. But the photo-viewing interface of Facebook has major room for improvement. Here to help you view friend’s Facebook photos in a better way is a web service called FriendLens, a free to use website that lets you view your friend’s Facebook photographs. Read more: FriendLens: View Friends Facebook Photos In A Better Way

 

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