Top 10 Hidden Websites That you must Know (Part 3)



1. GifYt

First up we have GifYouTube.com. As the name implies, this site makes it incredibly simple to create an animated GIF from any YouTube video of your choosing. Simply paste in a YouTube URL and you’re presented with the following customization options; you can select where in the video clip you’d like the GIF to begin and how long it should be in duration. What’s more, the site lets you title the GIF and even add captions to the finished product as well. With the web more GIF heavy than ever before, GifYouTube provides a superbly simple way to create your own in just a few seconds.

2. Skiplagged



Looking to travel somewhere? Anywhere? Well make sure to keep skiplagged.com on your radar. This handy little site makes it easier for travelers to discover secret airline fares that aren’t typically accessible via traditional travel websites. In short, the website can help you conquer the strange pricing strategies airlines typically employ by finding strange loopholes.

In many scenarios, this type of strategy, dubbed hidden city ticketing, can save travelers quite a bit of cash.

As another example, Skiplagged will help you find instances where two individual one-way tickets comes out cheaper than a single roundtrip ticket.

3. HotelWiFiTest



In this day and age, staying at a hotel with either expensive or spotty Wi-Fi is simply a non-starter for many travelers. That being the case, simply hop on over to hotelwifitest.com and you can figure out ahead of time which hotels have the best Wi-Fi connections and, just as important, which hotels provide free Wi-Fi connectivity. There is, after all, a huge difference between being able to casually check your email and being able to stream a few Netflix shows with no lag.

Even better, HotelWiFiTest lets users sort hotels in your area by overall hotel rating (as provided by TripAdvisor) and even overall Wi-Fi speed.

4. Pizzacodes



Looking for a deal on some pizza? Simply type your address or zipcode into Pizzacodes.com and you’ll be presented with a Google Map display of nearby Papa Johns and Dominos Pizza stores with accompanying coupon codes for all sorts of deals. Yeah, it’d be nice if the selection of available pizza joints was greater than two, but if you’re looking to score some pizza on the cheap, it’s worth keeping this site in mind.

5.SendBig



With SendBig, you can send files up to 30GB per transfer for Free, with Unlimited transfers and files allowed. Files can be sent via email or by sharing the generated link as you want.

In addition, SendBig has a lot of useful features available.


6.BugMeNot



Are you bugged constantly to sign up for websites, even though you do not wish to share your email? If yes, then BugMeNot is for you. Instead of creating new logins, BugMeNot has shared logins across thousands of websites which can be used.

7.Zero Dollar Movies



If you are on a constant lookout of free full length movies, then Zero Dollar movies provides a collection of over 15,000 movies in multiple languages that are available to watch for free on Youtube. It indexes only full length movies and no trailers, or partial uploads. In addition, it has a clean interface, contributing to a good movie watching experience.

8. Howlongtoreadthis

Everyone always talks about wanting to read more, but with more digital distractions invading our lives at every turn, actually carving out time to sit down with a good book is more challenging than ever. Well perhaps plowing through a book might be more appealing if you happened to know how much of a time investment you were making.

Helping out in this regard is a website called howlongtoreadthis.com which allows users to see how long it would take them to read any book of their choosing. The way it works is simple and intuitive. Select a book, and then take a short 30 second reading test to gauge your reading speed. The website than does all of the heavy lifting and will let you know how long it will take you to finish that book you keep meaning to get to. It will also tell you how long the average reader will spend finishing the book.

The website has a library of over 12 million books so you should definitely find what you’re looking for.

9.ScribbleMaps




Have you ever wanted to place your personal markers, shapes, and scribbles on Google Maps? Even though Google Maps does not allow that, ScribbleMaps does, and it does a great job at it.

10.scr.im



scr.im converts your email address into a short custom URLs, that can be shared on public websites. This prevents your email id from getting picked up by spam robots, and email harvesters who are on a constant lookout from your email id.

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