I love the Internet! You can basically find anything online. It does not matter if you want to lose weight, learn a new skill or simply waste some time – There is always something you can do. I’ve gathered a few websites that are quite handy and should be bookmarked immediately. I hope you enjoy them!
Mailinator – Get a disposable email address
Do you want to sign up for a site or quickly need an email address to download something? Mailinator is the perfect solution for you! You can easily create a disposable email address which will automatically be deleted after a few hours. Nice and easy.
Ninite – Install multiple software in one click after reinstalling Windows or Linux
Formating your computer and having a fresh installation of Windows or Linux can be hassle. I’m not talking about the operating system installation process itself, but the endless amounts of applications you need to download and install afterwards. Ninite let’s you select certain programs like Chrome, Skype and Dropbox and creates one installer based on your selection. You only have to run ONE program which will then download and install your selection. Love it.
Amazon Filler Finder – Find products to get free shipping on Amazon
When ordering something on Amazon, you usually need to purchase something worth $35 or above. But what can you do when you’re getting something for 32.99 or 27.99? You can either decide to pay for shipping or get a fill product to be eligible for free shipping. Amazon Filler Finder help’s you to find fill products by showing you products based on the amount of USD you still need to get free shipping. Sometimes it’s better to get a book instead of paying a delivery fee, don’t you think so?
Duolingo – Learn a language online
Learning a new language is always a great way to spend time productively. Duolingo uses scientifically proven methods to teach you how to speak, read and write a new language or improve existing knowledge. And it all comes for free! Quite awesome.
Midomi – Find a song title by singing or humming
Midomi is basically like Shazam or Soundhound for your computer. If you can’t remember a songs name or lyrics, you can simply hum the melody and Midomi might be able to help you. And yes, it also works for singing. In both cases, however, you’ll need a clear and decent microphone to get a result.
NoPhoneTrees – Get a real person, not a computer when calling a support hotline
We’ve all been there. You need to talk to a customer or tech support and you end up in a hell-like maze of voice commands or numbers. NoPhoneTrees helps you to reach a real person by entering certain commands or calling a different number.
Wolfram|Alpha – Solve almost (any) problem online
Wolfram|Alpha is basically an online knowledge and science machine. You can solve math equations, look up calories in foods or other information. Results are based on objective data, offering broad, deep and expert-level knowledge – accessible for everyone.
What’s your favourite “must-bookmark” website? Share them in the comments below!