Cool Websites and Tools [October 29th, 2010]

web apps 223   Cool Websites and Tools [October 29th, 2010]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.

   Cool Websites and Tools [October 29th, 2010]

 

Typefront – Thanks to today’s web browsers users can view websites with custom fonts not installed on their computer. When he/she visits the page, the font is downloaded from a specified server online. If you have a website and also want use custom fonts TypeFront can help. It provides a virtual bucket to host a font online. Read more: TypeFront: Web Service For Hosting Fonts Online & Using Them On Your Site

   Cool Websites and Tools [October 29th, 2010]

 

Keepaboo – Baby diaries record a baby’s first words, activities, and other milestones. Reading those entries later and looking back at those moments surely brings back fond memories for parents. But physical diaries can run out of pages or get damaged. Keepaboo provides a wonderful online solution to baby diaries. Read more: Keepaboo: Create Online Baby Diary & Record Milestones

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [October 29th, 2010]

 

AddressBookOne – Many internet users today use multiple accounts on email servers and online social networks. Managing your contacts on all those accounts can become tricky. AddressBookOne is a web service that helps you manage all your online contacts under a single dashboard and lets you merge your contacts created over separate online networks. Read more: AddressBookOne: Merge & Manage Your Contacts In One Place

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [October 29th, 2010]

 

Piq – Pixel art is a great way to be creative and come up with cool designs and drawings. There are websites offering tools dedicated solely to pixel art; these tools assist people in making use of their creativity and coming up with pesonal drawings. One websites that offers such a tool is Piq. Read more: Piq: A Web Tool For Making Pixel Art Pics

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [October 29th, 2010]

 

SnappyWords – Reading and making sense of the words used in dictionaries is an art that not many people have mastered. Regular paper dictionaries usually do a very bad job of explaining synonyms and the relations between words and their meanings. This is where Snappy Words comes in. Read more: SnappyWords: A Free Visual English Dictionary

 

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