1. Fiverr.

If you want to make a little extra money, try making an account on Fiverr Decide what you’d be willing to do for $5, whether that gives travel tips to your city or make minor edits to a photo, and see what business you get! The online marketplace lists all kinds of micro-jobs, that range in cost from $5-$500.

2. PicMonkey.

Like pretty photos but don’t want to shell out for Photoshop? PicMonkey is a powerful, free web-based photo editor. For enthusiastic amateurs, it’s the fun of Photoshop without all the fuss.

3. Khan Academy.

Want to learn how to code? Need to brush up on long division? Khan Academy has free courses on any subject you can imagine – great for you or a teenage friend who needs some tutoring.

4. GoogleFonts.

Need a great font for your new website? Check out Google’s collection of open source fonts, all optimized for the web.

5. Ifttt.

Ifttt stands for “If this then that,” and is a simple way to create automatic connections between your online accounts. For example, “If someone tags me in an Instagram post, email me that photo.”

6. WikiBooks.

WikiBooks is a collection of online textbooks that anyone can edit. Whether you’re in grad school or eager to become an expert in a new topic, scour WikiBooks for free educational resources.

7. Giphy.

Nowadays, people love using GIFs to react to the Internet. So find the exact GIF you’re looking for at Giphy, a powerful search engine exclusively for GIFs.

8. IconFinder.

Need an icon in your presentation or websites? Use IconFinder, which has both free and paid icon sets.

9.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont – quickly determine the font name from an image.

10.google.com/webfonts – a good collection of open-source fonts.

11.pdfescape.com – lets you can quickly edit PDFs in the browser itself.

12.livestream.com – broadcast events live over the web, including your desktop screen.

13.marker.to – easily highlight the important parts of a web page for sharing.

14.gtmetrix.com – the perfect tool for measuring your site performance online.

15.similarsites.com – discover new sites that are similar to what you like already.

16.google.com/history – see your past searches, also among most important Google URLshttps://www.labnol.org/internet/important-google-urls/28428/

17.labnol.org – software tutorials and how-to guides.

18.woorank.com – research a website from the SEO perspective.

19.Mathway.Com – Solve Any Kind Of Math Equation Online

20.WeTransfer.Com – Send Large Files Up To 2 GB For Free

21.Coursera – Free Online Courses

22.Screenr.Com – Record Your Desktop And Share To Youtube

23.HundredZeros.Com – Download Free E Books

24.PixaBay – Copy Right Free Images For You

25.Duckduckgo.Com – A Search Engine That Does Not Track You