Interneti na ka thjeshtuar jetesën prej vitesh dhe vazhdon ta bëjë këtë edhe në ditët e sotme. Shumë prej gjërave të përditshme apo edhe nga ato më specifiket mund t’i zgjidhim përmes kërkimit në Google.
Below you will find a list of sites that most people would access at work but would probably not even have thought existed, somewhere in a corner of the world wide web.
Take a look and maybe you’ll find yourself in one of them:
This is a text-to-speech website that allows you to copy any type of text that the computer will then read back to you. This can be useful for many practices, but especially when you have to listen to what you have written aloud, to notice any possible mistakes.
This page automatically generates different sets of colors that go with each other. Another option is to key in a color combination you like and generate another series that goes with the last one. For anyone, from artists to simple art lovers or those who want to change the color of the walls and furniture of their apartment, this is the right site.
Enter here the names of the products or food you have left in the fridge and the site automatically generates recipe ideas for your next meal. There is also a similar app with the same name.
This is a very useful blank page when you need to take quick notes but don’t have a pen and paper or Office Word program. Once you’re done, this page allows you to save and copy what you’ve written.
This page will come to the aid of anyone who has at least once been stunned in front of the computer screen trying to open a PDF or edit it, of course without success. Here you can do virtually anything you can think of to your PDF, from overwriting, converting, extracting, adding text/photos, logos, watermarks, and more. If you want to change something about your PDF, this is the place to go.
Erase.bg or Remove.bg
Both of these sites are the go-to place for anyone looking to remove the background of a photo. For a quick action, when you don’t have the time or ability to go into detail, this is the site that comes to your rescue. Edit your photos, remove the background for a passport photo, etc.
For a more advanced variant that lets you edit your photos with Photoshop-like options, this is the site. Anyone who doesn’t need Photoshop’s super-advanced options should try Photopea.
Forvo is for anyone who sees a word in another language (or your own!) and wants to know how it’s pronounced, or how it would sound in different accents or dialects. People from all over the world have recorded themselves saying different words which are then uploaded to this website. Do not lose it!
Here you can have fun with word quizzes. For each of your answers, this site helps poor people with food. If you are going to sit all day in front of the computer doing nothing, at least here you know that you can make your contribution to help those in need. This site is sponsored by the United Nations.
You can use this page to send an e-mail to yourself in the future. Many users have been using it for years. They say it helps them have a more detailed perspective on the changes they experience over the years. Also use it to remind yourself of the things you really want to achieve.
Time and Date
Timeanddate.com is a useful site for date calculations. If you’ve ever needed to add or subtract certain dates, then this is the place. It can calculate the result down to the detail from years, days, hours and minutes. It is surprisingly very useful!
Outline.com helps you read articles you find on other websites without having to be bothered by all the ads. Here you can copy-paste the article and Outline will delete the images or ads and present you only the text. It’s perfect for anyone whose experience is ruined the moment they see an ad for toothpaste or hair conditioner after every possible paragraph.