Cool Websites and Tools [April 17th 2012]

Cool Websites and Tools [April 17th 2012]:
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.
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Tasskr – is a dead simple task manager that allows you to create projects and tasks within seconds. To create a project, just start typing the project title and hit enter. Once a project is created, you can click on the + sign to add tasks to that project, delete that project with a single click or drag it up or down the list to rearrange. Read more: Tasskr: A Minimalist Task Manager

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ZeroPC – If you are an Internet user, it is more than likely that you store some of your content in the cloud be it Facebook, Google Docs, Dropbox or others. ZeroPC allows you to connect all your cloud storage in one single space and navigate through it seamlessly. The services supported are, Dropbox, Facebook and many more. Read more: ZeroPC: Access & Navigate All Your Cloud Content From A Single Platform

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Daum Equation Editor – Working with mathematical equations is something very few text editors properly support. You usually have to install a fully-fledged math software to be able to write and edit such equations. Fortunately however there is a small sized alternative available called Daum Equation Editor, a free to use Chrome browser tool. Read more: Daum Equation Editor: Create & Edit Mathematical Equations [Chrome]

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Send To Kindle – The Kindle device has long been in need of a dedicated application that transfers documents from your computer to the Kindle device. But since this can be done simply through Windows, such an app would need extra features to be noteworthy. These ‘extra features’ have certainly been added into Amazon’s new app titled “Send to Kindle”. Read more: Send To Kindle: Amazon’s Desktop App To Transfer Documents Directly To Your Kindle Device

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ColorHexa – Graphics designers and web developers are often experimenting with new colors for their projects. To do this they use various online tools that help them analyze colors through their color codes. One such helpful online tool is ColorHexa, a free to use web service that lets you analyze colors through their color codes. Read more: ColorHexa: Get Useful Information About Any Color

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