Cool Websites and Tools [December 3rd, 2010]

Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE or come with a decent free account option. You can make use of them without spending a dime. If you want to have similar cool websites round-ups delivered to your email daily email subscribe here.

My image Leatherbound – You might have come across tools that let you compare book prices across different online vendors. These tools let you quickly execute a search, compare prices, and then go with the online store that is cheapest. Leatherbound performs the same service but instead of physical books, it works for eBooks. Read more: Leatherbound: Easily Comparing Ebooks

My image HowMutch – Are you trying to check how much customers will be willing to pay for a product or company deal you are about to launch? For this, you could form lengthy internet forms and deploy them. Or, more conveniently, you could use HowMutch, a free to use web service that asks people a simple question: “How much would you pay for X?” Read more: HowMutch: Find How Much People Will Pay For A Certain Product Or Dare
My image Printing Facebook – is a fun tool that lets you create a poster with profile pictures of all your Facebook friends and then have it shipped to your place. The cost is $20 and shipping charges. You can also opt for groups and fan pages while creating the poster. It pulls in the profile pictures after you connect your Facebook account with the tool, and then shows you all kinds of design options to create the poster.
My image Docs In Office – Many people have now adapted cloud computing as their primary mode of working, with good reason: collaboration is seamless, you do not have to worry about hard drive space or processor requirements, and most of all, you can work from anywhere. However, there are times when we need our trusty MS Office for more demanding office tasks. Fortunately, we have DocsInOffice, a nifty app that lets you access Google Docs.
My image FluffyApp – Plenty of web apps let you upload images, music and videos from your computer to the cloud, but very few make the process as painless as FluffyApp. This small app lets you upload and share all kinds of files by just dragging and dropping to a small icon in your system tray. The little cloud icon appears in your system tray once you create a free account and download a small app. Read more: FluffyApp: Drag And Drop File, Screenshot & URL Sharing


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