Have you ever asked yourself, “why didn’t I think of that?” This happens to me on a daily basis, especially after finding a simple and helpful product. Below are 13 quirky but useful websites you never knew you needed, but once you check them out, I guarantee you’ll bookmark at least one of them.
Genius. Use this service when you need to quickly create a fake email address. You’ll get your subscription confirmation then the email address will self-destruct in 10 minutes. Can we say endless free trials?
Ever seen a font and loved it but had no clue what it was? Of course, there’s an app for that. Upload a photo of the font and let a team of discerning experts figure it out for you.
Mailing something is such a process. Make it one step easier by using this tool to find the nearest mailbox.
Record anything on your screen and easily share it with others.
Capitalization of titles can be tricky with so many rules. Use this simple title capitalization tool and never second guess yourself again.
Calculate exactly how many days, months, or years have passed between two dates.
If you’re not a classical color theorist, use this tool to help you mix and match colors based on their relationships.
Learn which words you tend to overuse in your writing.
Spend way too much trying to figure out which movie to watch? Check out this site and you’ll never fret over your cinematic choices again.
Work out your brain to think more critically and logically by playing these fun scientific brain games developed by neuroscientists.
Reverse image search for any image. Just upload your image and TinEye will find it on the web.
Do you get giddy and anxious anticipating the arrival of your package? Use Boxoh to accurately track your shipments.
Learn how to make just about anything with this comprehensive DIY website.
There you have it. My list of 13 quirky but useful websites. If you want to learn about one more tool, check out a quick demo of Waterfall’s messaging platform. It’s not very quirky, but it’s extremely effective.
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