Cool Websites and Tools [September 28th 2012]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [September 28th 2012]

 

[NO LONGER WORKS] Moonberri – From time to time, we all need to share files online. While doing this, we need to take care of a few things. In case we want to keep the files private, we need to have a unique URL generated for each file that can be known only via sharing. In case the files are sensitive, we also want them to be protected by a password that we can set. Finally, we want to ensure that the web service we use supports a variety of file formats. All of this is offered by a web service called Moonberri. Read more: Moonberri: Securely Share Docs, Photos, & Videos Over The Internet

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Clean My Drive – External hard drives have always been spacesavers for computers. But sometimes even a computer dumps unnecessary junk files to your hard drive. If you want to clean out your external drive then you should check out CleanMyDrive. This simple app scans your external drive, finds junk files and automatically deletes them. Read more: Clean My Drive: Clean Your External Drive [Mac]

 

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Juxtapo.se – Today the Internet is all about short links. They make it easy to share the cool things you find on the Internet. However, what if you want to share two links that are similar? So, what is one to do when faced with this predicament? Enter Juxtapo.se; an easy to use service that allows you to share two different links with one short link. Read more: Juxtapo.se: Add Two Websites To A Single Short Link

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [September 28th 2012]

 

Pixen – Do you love creating art? Do you like doing it in an interesting style like pixel art? If you do, and you own a Mac, you should take a look at Pixen. It is a free piece of software that features a fairly deep tool set for creating awesome pixel art images with ease (of course, you will need some artistic skill). Read more: Pixen: Open Source Pixel Art Editor [Mac]

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [September 28th 2012]

 

Photo Saver – If you don’t want to accidentally lose photos on your Android smartphone but don’t want to manually back up the new photos every time, check out Photo Saver. It is an Android app that automatically backs up your photos to Facebook as soon you take new pictures. Simply install the app, log in with your Facebook details, and set it up to back up. Read more: Photo Saver: Automatically Backup Photos From Your Smartphone To Facebook [Android]

 

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HLJonnalagadda

Thanks for today’s list!

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Dimal Chandrasiri

photo saver looks cool bt I’m worried about the privacy level it gives to the uploaded pic. is it set to private or public like wise!

Aibek Esengulov

let me look into it and I will let you know

Saikat Basu

Default privacy settings set your photos to “Private”.

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GrrGrrr

Moonberrii looks interesting, but still in BETA.

MoonberriHQ

I tried my best to design a simple user interface :) please send us your feedback mate..thnx

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John

A site that can possibly be one of your articles’ cool website is http://www.freeadstime.com as it provides everyone with ability to post free ads. The site is well monitored and ads can be shared on almost all famous social networking sites. It will be nice to see an article about them on Makeuseof.com.

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Dragan Ljubic

Never heard of these websites. I will check them out

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macwitty

Pixen is a nice app, more capable than it looks at first sight
I’ve used it to make small gif animations

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Boni Oloff

Great list…

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