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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.

My image ShopWithIt – While going out to buy something, shoppers usually take a friend along to get friends’ opinions on things they are about to buy. Here to offer you this function along with prices across various online retailers is a tool called ShopWithIt. Read more: ShopWithIt: A Phone App For Shoppers To Consult Item Purchases With Friends

My image PrintPlus – Printing webpages is easy if you don’t care about the clutter on them (and do not care about wasting ink, which is highly unlikely). But if you agree that the best way to print a webpage is to first select what’s relevant on the page and eliminate stuff that’s unnecessary before sending it to the printer, then you’ll like this Chrome extension called Print Plus. Read more: PrintPlus: Selectively Print Webpage Sections [Chrome]
My image SMS To Text – SMS’s on your mobile phone would probably come second in the list of the most important data stored on your phone, after contacts. So backing them up is essential. Android users can use this free app called SMS to Text to get it done. As the name indicates, it backs up your messages as a text file. You can filter by contact, filter by messages received or sent. Read more: SMS To Text: Backup Your Messages As A Text File [Android]
My image Lifeyo – As the world wide web has grown in the past few years, making a website, be it for personal or business use, has become much easier. But still, creating websites that look awesome isn’t that easy, not for the average user at least. Lifeyo hopes to change that by offering a drag and drop website builder. Read more: Lifeyo: Easily Create Beautiful Websites
My image Workfeeds – is a new professional social network that recently joined the segment that is ruled by LinkedIn. It wants to emphasize the “social” aspect more unlike LinkedIn where recruiters have the edge and users do not seem to spend more time. Its features and interface wants to foster real engagement and relationships.

 

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  1. Mike Kai
    December 15, 2011 at 11:14 pm

    Aibek, thanks for including LIFEYO in your roundup!

    • Aibek
      December 30, 2011 at 11:03 am

      thank you for making such a useful tool!

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