Cool Websites and Tools [July 18th 2012]

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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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Genietrack – If you are a busy parent and are working throughout the day, or just do not have time to keep a check on your child as he/she goes out with friends or so, then Genietrack is the application for you. It allows parents to monitor their children’s location easily and quickly in the most user-friendly manner. Read more: Genietrack: Monitor Your Child’s Location Simply & Quickly [iOS]

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Undelete for Google Calendar – Losing a calendar or event can be a serious issue for most users since important event data is stored within the calendars. While Google Calendar does not offer a built-in function to fully recover deleted events, an app called Undelete for Google Calendar helps perform this task. Read more: Undelete For Google Calendar: Easily Recover Deleted Google Calendar Events

 

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SynkMonkey – Scheduling events with friends through emailing is not the best way to communicate with them. What you need is a quickly accessible tool that is built specifically for this purpose such as SynkMonkey, a free to use smartphone app for iOS devices. It lets you easily plan events with friends. It is basically a social calendar invitation tool. Read more: SynkMonkey: An App To Schedule Events & Plan Dates With Your Friends

 

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Chrync – If you are a Windows Phone user who uses Google Chrome on your computer, then you could surely use a tool to help sync your Chrome bookmarks with your smartphone. While you cannot get Chrome for Windows Phone yet, you can sync Chrome’s bookmarks and tabs with the Internet Explorer browser in your Windows Phone, thanks to a tool called Chrync. Read more: Chrync: Send Chrome Bookmarks & Tabs To Your Windows Phone

 

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Meridian – New York’s subway is home to some wonderful pieces of art with a rich history behind them. If you are interested in knowing more about them, simply get the smartphone app titled Meridian. One of the best features is that you find out more about the artwork in New York’s subway and rail system. Read more: Meridian: Explore & Learn More About NYC Subway Art [iOS & Android]

 

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