Telegram – is a messaging app with a focus on speed and security. It’s super-fast, simple, secure and free. Telegram is a secure messenger that you can switch to without having to say goodbye to any of your favorite features. With Telegram, you can create group chats with up to 100 people so you can stay connected with everyone at once. Plus, you can share videos up to 1GB, send multiple photos from the web, and more.
Gfycat – A gfy is a short, looped, soundless video moment that includes GIF as one of the available formats. Gfycat is gif hosting, with three unique advantages. The speed on average is 8 times faster. The service has unlimited size, so if you have that 25MB gif you want to share, then no problem. Other features include playing in reverse, slow motion, speeding up, or pausing and analyzing frame by frame.
Peggo – is a site which turns YouTube videos into MP3 files. Once you have entered the YouTube URL, or browsed to find something you like, you will be asked to install a program called Arc, which is apparently needed to record the MP3 files in your browser. Then the MP3 file will be created. Some people might be put off by installing Arc but the site assures us that the software is virus-free.
JoJo – everybody loves playing a good game, especially when they have a few minutes to kill. JoJo is a site containing countless games under many categories. These categories include action, racing, strategy, and puzzles. There’s even a girls category with games that girls will enjoy playing. As you scroll down the site, more games keep loading, so your choices will always be numerous.
Forgotify – according to this site, 4 million songs on Spotify have never been played. You could argue that there is a very good reason why those songs have never been played (maybe they are crap?), but nevertheless, Forgotify aims to correct this terrible situation by randomly playing one of these songs, to boost demand (and royalties).