Appear.in – is a site that creates automatic chat rooms for up to 8 people. The big advantage here is that you don’t have to install anything in your computer. Just create a room by giving it a name. A link is then created which you can distribute out to the chat participants. Click on the link and you are in the room with video (assuming you have a webcam of course).
Artkick – is an app for iOS and Google Play which will stream artwork and iconic images from your smartphone to your television screen. The images are taken from museums throughout the world, NASA, Library of Congress, and your online image accounts such as Flickr, Instagram, and Picasa. The smartphone acts as a remote control and the art is presented on your TV screen.
Speedsums – How good are you at mental arithmetic? That’s what a site like Speedsums aims to find out. It will ask you a rapid-fire set of arithmetic questions, and you have to answer as fast as possible and beat the timer. Apparently anything below 30 is “embarrassing”. It becomes slightly addictive as you go on, and it suddenly makes math interesting.
Snapbugz – one of the rather annoying things about using software (especially beta software) is finding a bug which ruins the user experience. Snapbugz is a site which allows you to report these bugs and discuss them, hopefully encouraging the developer in question to come and see what the problem is. Check out at the bottom of the page their rather interesting way to get publicity!
DLD Calc – is a free smart step-by-step fractions calculator that solves any fraction operations in the same way you would do.
Considered the best fractions calculator, DLD Calc develops and simplifies fractions in the best possible way, saving you a lot of time solving extremely large problems. You can use it to solve your mathematics problems in your school.