Cool Websites and Tools [November 16th 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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Litfy – eBooks offer a lot that physical books do not: they take up only virtual space, offer magnification options, and can be digitally bookmarked. If you are an eBook reader then you will find Litfy an extremely useful resource. It is a free to use website that offers you eBooks to read online. These eBooks cover a variety of genres. Read more: Litfy: A Resource For Reading Various Free eBooks Online

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Offline Google Mail – Email clients such as Microsoft Outlook offer the convenience of reading your emails and composing them offline. But if you are a Chrome and Gmail user, you need not install any apps like Outlook; all you need is a Chrome browser extension called Offline Google Mail that adds a highly useful functionality to your browser. Read more: Offline Google Mail: Read Your Gmail Offline Using Chrome

 

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JPEGmini – Do you have high resolution JPEG images that are taking up a lot of hard drive space? Would you like to lower the images’ file size without compromising their quality? If yes, then you should check out a web service called JPEGmini, a web service that reduces the file size of your images remarkably. Read more: JPEGmini: Reduce The File Size Of A JPEG Images While Maintaining Image Dimensions

 

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Twilio Client – Have you ever called somebody who simply would not stop talking? While calling such people might be dreadful, some calls still need to be made. Thankfully you can use the Twilio Client to add environment sound effects to your call as an excuse to end the conversation quicker. Read more: Twilio Client: Adds Various Environment Sound Effects To Your Calls

 

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TheBirdy – Numerous web apps now let you enter your income and expenditure to be graphically viewed and analyzed. But each time you enter your financial data you must open up a separate browser tab for the app. Here to eliminate this inconvenience is an expenditure-analysis web app called Birdy. Read more: TheBirdy: Track & Analyze Your Spending Habits

 

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