Are you wondering what some of the best, most useful websites are? Luckily, the internet is a goldmine of awesome. With millions upon millions of websites, it’s impossible to find them all. Today we’re going to bring a few to your attention that are everything from fun and entertaining to useful and borderline necessary (these days at least). These are 25 Most Useful Websites That You Wish You Knew Earlier.
Find ED (Emergency Department)
Website – http://finded.io/
Although the United States doesn’t have universal healthcare…there’s an app for everything, including emergency rooms. This website will find the fastest, highest rated ER’s in your area.
Note: it won’t help you pay for the visit though…
Have I Been Pwned?
Website – https://haveibeenpwned.com/
It will tell you whether or not your email has been found in any data leaks. If it has been, it doesn’t necessarily mean that your account has been compromised. Typically, the hackers will have gotten your email, username, and an encrypted version of your password. You should still change your password though.
Website – http://radio.garden/
You can listen to radio stations anywhere in the world.
10 Minute Mail
Website – http://www.10minutemail.com/
This site is useful if you need a throwaway email, especially when you’re signing up for websites but don’t want to receive any mail from them.
Website – http://www.mathway.com/
A great site for students, it solves algebra, calculus, and even chemistry problems!
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Free Camp Sites
Websites – https://freecampsites.net/
If you live on the road, this could be useful. And yes, it is exactly what it sounds like.
Website – https://www.gasbuddy.com/
It’ll tell you where you can get the cheapest gas nearby.
Website – http://fakespot.com/
Find out whether or not an Amazon product review is fake.
My Fridge Food
Website – http://www.myfridgefood.com/
Just check off what’s in your fridge, and the website will spit out a bunch of recipes you can make.
Website – http://archive.org/web/
Find archived versions of websites from years ago. Also, on archive.org you can find a lot of other good stuff like books, movies, etc.
Website – https://www.noisli.com/
Generates background noise to help you while you study and work.
Website – https://localingual.com/
Listen to people’s voices from all over the world.
Website – https://www.calmlywriter.com/online
This is a good place to write your papers without distractions. It goes well with noisli.
Website – https://www.goodrx.com/
Find the cheapest medication around town and even get coupons!
Website – http://sleepyti.me/
This website will calculate the best times for you to fall asleep so that you don’t wake up in the middle of a sleep cycle (which makes you feel groggy).
Terms of Service Didn't Read
Website – https://tosdr.org/
This site will quickly summarize the main points of what is in the Terms of Service for numerous websites (the terms you agreed to but didn’t actually read).
Website – https://unsplash.com/
Get free high resolution photos.
Just Delete Me
Find out how to delete your accounts on the internet (it can be harder than you think).
The Browser Tracker
Website – http://webkay.robinlinus.com/
Find out what your browser knows about you (and what every website you visit knows).
The True Size Of
Website – http://thetruesize.com/
See the real size of various countries and states and compare them to each other.
Website – http://www.ocearch.org/
You can track sharks in real time.
Random Useful Websites
Website – http://www.randomusefulwebsites.com/
A website that randomly takes you to a useful website.
Website – https://www.repairclinic.com/
If you want to learn to be a handy-man, this is your source. Not only does it tell you how to fix stuff, you can order the parts you need.
Website – https://pixlr.com/editor/
Although its not photoshop, it’s the closest thing to a browser version that you’re going to find.
Website – https://gethuman.com/
It helps you get in touch with an actual human when you are calling customer service.
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