Cool Websites and Tools [November 5th 2012]

muo   Cool Websites and Tools [November 5th 2012]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.

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 5th 2012]


RawTherapee – is software that helps you edit RAW images from your camera and correct them to perfection. The photo editing tool offers you a large variety of editing options such as correcting the light exposure and fine-tuning the details of the picture, noise reduction, adjusting contrast and brightness, etc. Read more: RawTherapee: Edit Images With A Plethora Of Options At Your Hand

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 5th 2012]


Meowbify – is a fun and entertaining web service that is aimed at cat lovers, allowing them to substitute images on any website they visit with different animated images of cats. A product of Mobify, Meowbify works with the principle of making ‘the whole Internet cat-friendly’.
All you need to do is to visit the Meowbify webpage and enter the URL of any website that you wish to ‘Meowbify’. Read more: Meowbify: Convert Images On Any Webpage Into GIF Images Of Cats [Web]


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 5th 2012]


UMSkinCheck – Skin cancer has become a quiet epidemic, affecting plenty of people. Prevention and early detection is definitely something everyone should try to achieve for something so serious as skin cancer. Surprisingly, there is now an app, straight from the University of Michigan, which can help you with the early detection process. With UMSkinCheck, you can keep track of all your dermatological blemishes. Read more: UMSkinCheck: Check Yourself For Skin Cancer At Home [iOS]


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 5th 2012]


Notification History – If you want to keep track of all the apps’ notifications on your Android, check out Notification History. It is an app that keeps a detailed log of all your notifications in one place. The notifications are grouped under the app’s name including the number of notifications from each app. Read more: Notification History: Keep Track Of & Save App Notifications [Android]


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 5th 2012]


Flickrshow – is a simple Javascript slideshow application for Flickr that lets you display the latest images from Flickr on your pages. It doesn’t require any web development skills and works in all modern browsers. To add a slideshow to your page, include the script itself in your page and add the code as shown in the examples on their website, depending on various settings. Read more: Flickrshow: A Simple Javascript Slideshow For Flickr


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Lisa Santika Onggrid

Meowbify for my school lab=hilarity ensues

Boni Oloff

I think i need the UMSkinCheck. This is so hot here. I think application is needed, even for people with good environtment condition.

Vampie C.

Meowbify is fun :-)
Flickrshow is something to try out.

Thanks for the finds :-)

Mac Witty

I have had great fun with Meowbify but also been fooled myself.
RawTherapee was nice, thanks gor the tips!

Nikhil Chandak

Notification history is good for my android phone

Raj Sarkar

Meowbify looks good. :D


I wish Meowbify has a bookmarklet