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30 Incredibly Useful Websites That You Should Know About Before It Is Too Late

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Published on June 29th, 2019

Internet offers so many websites that finding the useful one is quite a difficult task. There are websites that may be useful for you, but you don’t know they exist. Here is the list of 30 Useful Websites that you should know about before it is too late: 

1. Student.com

 Student

Student.com is the world’s leading marketplace for international student housing, helping students find their perfect home abroad. Student.com has been six years in the making and its international team has already helped thousands of students find their home. It has the widest and most carefully selected range of rooms that were built and are managed specifically for students.

2. Pixlr

 Pixlr

Pixlr X is the only photo editor you need for quick yet professional edits. Designed with just the right amount of easy to navigate photo editing tools, you are about to experience the next best online image editor built with cutting edge technology.

You can crop, resize, cut out or remove background easily, and even add your own text — or customize a text template from the text tool to use.

3. Pixabay

Pixabay

Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images and videos. All contents are released under the Pixabay License, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist – even for commercial purposes.

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

4. Skyscanner

Skyscanner

It is a leading global travel search site, a place where people are inspired to plan and book direct from millions of travel options at the best prices. Its free mobile app has been downloaded over 70 million times.

Founded in 2003, it employs over 900 staff, with offices in Barcelona, Beijing, Budapest, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Miami, Shenzhen, Singapore and Sofia. 

Skyscanner is always free for travellers and we never charge travellers commission.

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

5. Zero Dollar Movies

Zero Dollar Movies

Zero Dollar Movies is a collection of 15,000 movies that are available on YouTube for free. The site indexes only full-length films and no trailers, rentals or partial uploads.

The movies are organized by their year of release but you can also use the instant search feature to quickly know if a particular title is available for viewing on YouTube.

 

6. Vimeo

Vimeo

Vimeo makes it easy to connect with your audience live and in real time. Create unlimited live events, stream to unlimited viewers, simulcast to your favorite social platforms, and interact with everyone in a live chat.

You can also choose exactly who’s allowed to see your video, before it even uploads. So whether you want to restrict access to specific people, soft launch a film to just your followers, or hide a rough cut from everyone, it got you.

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

7. TineEye

TineEye

TinEye is an image search and recognition company. It is an expert in computer vision, pattern recognition, neural networks, and machine learning. Its mission is to make your images searchable. 

Using TinEye, you can search by image or perform what we call a reverse image search. You can do that by uploading an image or searching by URL. You can also simply drag and drop your images to start your search. TinEye constantly crawls the web and adds images to its index. Today, the TinEye index is over 36.7 billion images.

 

8. Fiverr

 Fiverr

It helps you find the perfect freelance services for your business. Payment is released to the freelancer once you’re pleased and approve the work you get. Find any service within minutes and know exactly what you’ll pay.

Explore the Marketplace with fiverr

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

9. WeTransfer

WeTransfer

WeTransfer was founded in 2009 as the simplest way to send big files around the world. Today it is a set of beautifully obvious tools to keep your ideas moving.

Tools to Move Ideas:

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

10. Office.com

Office

With an Office 365 subscription, you get the latest Office apps—both the desktop and the online versions—and updates when they happen.

OneDrive makes the work you do available to you from anywhere—and to others when you collaborate or share.

 

11. Feedly

Feedly

It helps you keep up with all the topics that matter to you. All in one place.

These insightful sources you can discover with Feedly:

  • Publications: Don’t miss a beat from New York Times or any other industry journal you trust
  • Blogs: Dive deeper by following blogs from the latest movers, shakers, and thinkers.
  • YouTube Channels: See new videos from the YouTube channels you follow.
  • Keyword Alerts: Monitor news about your company, your product, your craft, and your competitors.
  • Tweets: Follow your favorite twitter influencer or hashtag and never miss crucial updates.
  • RSS Feeds: Follow anyone on the Web who publishes an RSS feed

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

12. Internet Archive

Internet Archive

Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. Like a paper library, it provides free access to researchers, historians, scholars, the print disabled, and the general public.

It began a program to digitize books in 2005 and today it scans 1,000 books per day in 28 locations around the world. Books published prior to 1923 are available for download, and hundreds of thousands of modern books can be borrowed through its Open Library site. Some of its digitized books are only available to the print disabled.

It began archiving television programs in late 2000, and its first public TV project was an archive of TV news surrounding the events of September 11, 2001. In 2009, it began to make selected U.S. television news broadcasts searchable by captions in our TV News Archive. This service allows researchers and the public to use television as a citable and sharable reference.

 

13. Miniclip.com

Miniclip

Here, you can play a huge range of free online games including action games, sports games, puzzle games, games for girls, mobile games, iPhone games, Android games, Windows Phone, games for kids, flash games and many more.

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

14. Yopmail

 Yopmail

YOPmail’s free, quick and feature rich service guards you against spam, phishing and other online abuses. Protect your actual email, instead use YOPmail’s disposable one to sign-up wherever you want. YOPmail creates temporary inboxes of your choice instantaneously.

 

15. Is It Down Right Now?

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“Is It Down Right Now” monitors the status of your favorite web sites and checks whether they are down or not. Just enter the URL and a fresh site status test will be performed on the domain name in real time.

Website Status Checker Bookmarklet: Once added to your toolbar, this button will let you to check the status of a site from your browser’s toolbar.

 

16. DuoLingo

DuoLingo

Learning a language on Duolingo is completely free, but you can remove ads and support free education with Plus.

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

17. Grammarly

Grammarly Keyboard

Compose bold, clear, mistake-free writing with Grammarly’s AI-powered writing assistant.

18. Diffchecker

Diffchecker

Diffchecker is a diff tool to compare text differences between two text files. Enter the contents of two files and click Find Difference.

19. Dictation.io

 Dictation.io

Use the magic of speech recognition to write emails and documents in Google Chrome.Dictation accurately transcribes your speech to text in real time. You can add paragraphs, punctuation marks, and even smileys using voice commands.

20. PDFescape

PDFescape

PDFescape is a free, online PDF reader, editor, form filler, & form designer. Completely online, PDFescape requires no more than a modern internet browser and an active internet connection. Select any of the major features below to learn more.

Click to find what you can do with PDFescape 

21. Infogram

 Infogram

This is the place to make all your data dazzle:

  • Infographics: Create stunning infographics that boost visitor engagement on your website or blog.
  • Reports: Stand out with interactive marketing reports, sales collateral, and more.
  • Charts: High-quality graphs and charts are a snap. Just import your data, customize, and share.
  • Dashboards: Connect your data to build live, easily shareable dashboards that visually track your business.
  • Maps: Use our map maker to publish professional-quality interactive maps that impress and inform.
  • Social Media Visuals: Use our huge bank of photos and icons to create stunning images for Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

 

22. Snopes

Snopes

It is the internet’s go-to source for discerning what is true and what is total nonsense. Through its Hot 50, you can find the top rumors readers are checking out right now.

23. Slidely

Slidely

Slidely is a social video creation platform, where over 100M people have connected through meaningful video & photo collections. Its mission is to empower and inspire people, brands and publishers to get creative with their visual storytelling.

It’s products:

 

24. PicMonkey

PicMonkey

PicMonkey has the easy-to-use tools you need to create stunning social posts, cover photos, ads, and more.

Desktop Features

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

25. Instructables

Instructables

Instructables is a community for people who like to make things. 

Categories:

 

26. Sync

Sync

When multiple people edit the same document simultaneously, any changes are instantly reflected on everyone’s screen. The result is a new and productive way to collaborate with text documents, useful for meeting notes, brainstorming, project planning, training, and more.

 

27. GIPHY

GIPHY

GIPHY is the best way to search, share, discover and create GIFs on the Internet. The content on GIPHY’s website, app, and API is all of the best and most popular GIFs on the web, along with content created by talented GIF artists and world-class brands. Its goal is to help make finding and sharing the good GIFs easier.

 

28. Pocket

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Save articles, videos and stories from any publication, page or app. Curate your own space filled with everything you can’t wait to learn.

Once saved to Pocket, the list of content is visible on any device — phone, tablet or computer. It can be viewed while waiting in line, on the couch, during commutes or travel — even offline.

The world’s leading save-for-later service currently has more than 30 million registered users and is integrated into more than 1500 apps including Flipboard, Twitter and Zite. It is available for major devices and platforms including iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac, Kindle Fire, Kobo, Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera and Windows.

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

29. Blinkist

Blinkist

Founded in 2012 by four friends, Blinkist now connects 6-million readers worldwide to the biggest ideas from bestselling nonfiction via 15-minute audio and text. 

Book-in-blinks: To help people integrate fresh and relevant ideas into their busy lives, it created a new format—the book-in-blinks. You get the key insights from a nonfiction book in just 15-minutes, in text or audio to fit the different parts of your day.

Book Lists by Category

 …and more

Download on iTunes | Download on Google Play

 

30. University of Reddit

University of Reddit

The forum site has dozens of courses in the arts, computer science, language, math and statistics, and more.