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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.

My image WDYL – Google users often find themselves clicking on the “Images”, “Video”, and similar links at the top of the search results page when they use Google. This is done to get search results from different Google products. Fortunately you will no longer have to spend an extra click to get those additional results, all thanks to WDYL “What Do You Love”. Read more: WDYL: Search All Google Products On A Single Webpage

My image D Bitly – While the phone apps you share websites through might let you shorten the long URLs, they will not let you save the history of your shortened URLs. This makes it a bit difficult to rediscover a page you shared. Here to help resolve the issue is a phone app called D Bitly, a free to use app for Android devices. The app is essentially a Bit.ly client and shortens long URLs through it. Read more: D Bitly: Use Your Android To Shorten URLs & Save Their History
My image Graphity Diagram Editor – Looking for a program to create your very own diagrams? Check out Graphity Diagram Editor, a powerful web app that lets you create complex diagrams easily. This app includes a drag and drop interface that makes it easy for users to create smart diagrams within minutes.
My image Google Takeout – Facebook is not the only online place you store valuable data; you also have important information stored in your Google account. Buzz, Contacts, and Picasa jointly hold a lot of your important information. Realizing that users might want a backup of their online information, Google has now launched a new web service entitled Takeout. Read more: Google Takeout: Download All Your Google Data
My image Japonizer – A beautiful background can be a major contribution to a website’s overall appeal. Another background generator a web designer would want is Japonizer, a free and simple background generation tool. The tool lets you select an image from various patterns and then generate traditional Japanese backgrounds. Read more: Japonizer: Create Beautiful Backgrounds From Traditional Japanese Patterns

 

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  1. David
    September 8, 2011 at 3:17 pm

    Ooh I really liked the WDYL and the Japonizer. They're pretty cool! Thanks.

    • Aibek
      September 18, 2011 at 1:21 pm

      thanks for the feedback

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