Cool Websites and Tools [April 14th 2013]
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.
|InstaTwit [No Longer Available] – Bring Instagram back where it belongs – in your Twitter news feed. InstaTwit is a small extension for Google Chrome that shows photos from Instagram right in Twitter, exactly where they used to show up. Instagram has ceased to integrate with Twitter users, but don’t panic: there’s a solution. Read more: InstaTwit: Bring Instagram Photos Back To Twitter’s Stream [Chrome]|
|Floating Audio Player [No Longer Available] – All modern smartphones come equipped with the ability to play music. Mostly however the user cannot control the music playback while using another smartphone application. This is an inconvenience but an even greater one for tablet owners since media controls could be conveniently placed in the free space on a tablet. Here to offer those media controls is Floating Audio Player. Read more: Floating Audio Player: Control Music While Using Any App On Your Device [Android 4.0+]|
|– Thanks to high definition videos offered by YouTube, people with large screens can easily visit YouTube. But videos streamed are not necessarily viewed by people in full screen mode. Thankfully there is a tool called Youtube Center Aligned that fixes this inconvenience.|
|The Great Link [No Longer Available] – We share links via email, online social networks, instant messengers, and even forums. While these means are simple and convenient, there should be an even simpler way that helps you share interesting URLs. What you need is a tool that lets you quickly share URLs through their desktop. Mac users have the perfect solution available in the form of The Great Link. Read more: The Great Link: Share Webpage URLs From Your Desktop Through Bonjour [Mac]|
|Cinelab – Thanks to modern cameras and smartphones, people today can record videos on the go. Usually people shoot their videos in chunks to record only the important parts. When people need to share these videos with friends, it seems more suitable to merge the video chunks together to form one large video. For users of Windows 8, a competent video editing app is Cinelab. Read more: Cinelab: A Useful Video Editing App For Windows 8 & RT|
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