12 useful web-based resources

Anoop Nasa of My Finkart shares a list of 12 websites that will help you organize yourself.
By Anoop Nasa |  21-11-18 | 
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Anoop Nasa is Founder & CEO of MyFinkart Financial Advisors.

We all know how much Google dominates our lives. Statistics reveal that more than 90% of people use it to access a particular website. Here are 12 useful tools which will help you reduce dependence on google.

a5.gg Use this tool to jot down notes when you are in a hurry. You need not worry about saving it. Your text is auto-saved if you close the browser accidentally or in the event of power off. Don’t save confidential information or banking passwords here.

Penflip Want to write without distraction? Use this tool. It also helps you collaborate with other writers to get feedback on your writing.

eggtimer.com You may not have a handy portable timer with you all the time. It is a web-based countdown timer that can be plugged into the url which will help you track how much time you spend on one website.

We Transfer Simplest way to send big files around the world.

Compressor.io A powerful online tool for drastically reducing the size of your images and photos whilst maintaining a high quality with almost no difference before and after compression.

DuckDuckGo A clean alternative to google search that doesn’t track you on the internet.

Flaticon Millions of icons at your fingertips.

Unsplash The best place to download images absolutely free.

Pdfescape Lets you quickly edit a pdf in the browser without acrobat. Also, it lets you edit PDF, annotate, password protect pdfs, share documents online, compress pdf size and much more.

Knock It helps you unlock your Mac without a password using your iPhone and Apple Watch. But it doesn’t make sense to spend over Rs 1 lakh. You can still make use of this feature with your old Macbook Air and that too for Rs 499.

Airdroid It connects your Android phone to the Mac. AirDroid helps you transfer files freely from phone to computer, and vice versa without USB cable whether your devices connect in the same network or not.

Walkmeup It is unlike any other alarm app you would have used. It stops ringing only when you have walked a certain number of steps. That’s right, it 'walks' you up from sleep!

I hope you find these websites and apps useful.

Anoop Nasa is Founder of My Finkart.

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Trupti Muralidhar
Dec 3 2018 04:10 PM
Fantastic ! Thanks for those insights. Maximum of these are useful.
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