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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE or come with a decent free account option. You can make use of them without spending a dime. If you want to have similar cool websites round-ups delivered to your email daily email subscribe here.

My image Songtrust – If you are a member of a band, or an artist breaking into the music scene, you will find a fast-evolving industry that provides new opportunities for people to publish their music. One tool that signals this change is Songtrust. This app provides musicians with an avenue to take control in publishing their music. Read more: Songtrust: Helps To Publish Your Music & Earn Royalties

My image Sensr – If you need to know what has been going on in your home while you were away, surveillance equipment would be a good option. But surveillance hardware can come with a big price tag. If you are looking for a basic monitoring option, then check out Sensr, a great website that lets you view your home remotely. Sensr monitors your house via a computer camera feed. Read more: Sensr: Watch Your Home From Anywhere & Get Notifications
My image uProtect.it – is an application for Facebook that aims to make your Facebook comments and photos more secure in a number of ways. First, it hides your comments and status updates from Facebook itself. How does it do that? Simple, it encrypts them. So you have full control over who can see your comments.
My image ModelXtractor – Developers often have to create diagrams to better understand or illustrate programming ideas. Due to the nature of programming, these diagrams can quickly get a little complex. Model Xtractor is one web service that will help you easily create those complex diagrams that can be used to communicate or understand programming projects or ideas. Read more: ModelXtractor: Easily Create & Share Complex Diagrams
My image Donteat.at – is an app for mobile phones that helps users check if they should eat at the restaurant they are planning to go to. The app currently works only in New York City, and uses the Health Department’s graded inspection scores as the benchmark for deciding if the restaurant is fit for the public. The restaurant needs to score below 28 to be considered fit. Read more: Donteat.at: Tells You What Restaurants To Avoid

 

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  1. P2pvoice
    March 26, 2011 at 11:59 pm

    I don't like sensr restricting registartion only through facebook.
    Also, when connecting through facebook, it doesn't offer the choice of not receiving emails from sensr.

    • Aibek
      March 30, 2011 at 6:53 am

      valid points. thanks for the input

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