|Quipol – Have you ever wanted a public opinion? Maybe you want to know things like “Would You Rather Visit Place A or Place B?”. If yes, then try out Quipol, a website that allows users to create and share polls. You can create a poll and share it with anyone you want and get their opinion. Read more: Quipol: Easily Create & Share Polls Online|
|Unbox – Do you want to create an infographic for your email inbox? Maybe you want to know who you email the most and the day on which you email the most. If you are looking for detailed information of your inbox in a graphical form, you should check out Unbox, a handy online tool which displays information about your email in the form of an infographic. Read more: Unbox: Create Infographics For Your Gmail Inbox|
|Readcube – Students who are participating in research activities often find themselves cross-referencing research papers. These papers exist as PDF files on the student’s computer and matching them with online resources is extremely difficult. But the task is made much easier, thanks to a tool called ReadCube. Read more: ReadCube: A PDF Reading Client For People Conducting Research|
|Timesearch – is a great tool for history lovers who want to search the Internet for historical events. This allows them to discover the order of events as they occurred and also help people to learn more about history and find interesting articles as they search through timelines. Read more: Timesearch: Quickly Search & Find Info For Historical Events|
|eMailDodo – Do you want to send email to a group of people in a easier way? Well, you might be in luck with eMailDodo that allow users to send group emails. Unlike other software, eMailDodo is made just for emailing groups. With eMailDodo, you can send a group email from your iPhone, Android, from the web or even from SMS/text. Read more: eMailDodo: A Simple Way To Send Emails To A Group Of People|
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