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10 unusual websites you should visit now (and bookmark for later)

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It’s no secret that you can find some pretty unusual websites out there on the internet, but have you ever visited them? I was skeptical at first, and now I’m loving every single one of them.

Here is the list of 10 unusual websites that will do the latter.

It's no secret that you can find some pretty unusual websites out there on the internet, but have you ever visited them?  I was skeptical at first, and now I'm loving every single one of them.

The most dangerous writing app

This is a free web application that combats writer’s block by deleting all progress you made if you stop typing for five seconds. It’s cruel I know, but it works.

This is an great tool targeted at all creative writers who like to write first draft without worrying about editing or formatting.

Future me

I simply love this one (I’ll dare to say that it is my favorite in this list of unusual websites, shhh). If you ever wanted to write a letter to future you, this is perfect place to start. Letter to future you can arrive in 1 or 3 or 5 years, you can even make it public.

What are you waiting for, go and write yourself a letter. ๐Ÿ™‚

Scream into the void

unusual websites - scree into the void

This one is pretty straight forward and easy to use. What ever is bothering you, just write it down, click the red button and the website will scream for you (turn on your sound). It’s pretty great.

Next time when you are angry or feel frustrated, just visit this website and type your feelings.

Tip of mu tongue

How many times you were in the situation where you just couldn’t remember the word even if your life depends on it? This website will help you solve that problem. Just type a part of the word or a meaning if you can’t remember the rest and the website will do all the work for you.

Window swap

unusual websites - window swap
Betsy’s window in Geneva, NY, US

Are you tired of view from your window? Then quickly visit this websites and open a window somewhere in the world. You can even submit your own, so strangers can take a lock through your window.

I must admit, this is my second favorite on this list of unusual websites. It’s amazing, isn’t it.

Outline

This is a free services used for reading and annotating articles. All you need to do is copy & paste article URL and click outline button.

This is great for fact checking.

Blank slate

Another one for the writers in this list of unusual websites. As the name of the websites says, it’s a blank slate waiting for you to start typing in your story. Unlike the first one, Blank slate will not delete your work if you stop typing.

Photopea

unusual websites - photopea

Photopea is an image editor where you can even edit .psd files, if you don’t own a Photoshop app. It is easy to use, fast loading, and the most important, it is free (unlike Photoshop that costs a fortune).

PDF24 tools

unusual websites

Here’s another great and unusual website. Just look what you can do with your PDF files, for free. Like they say, picture is worth a thousand words, so anything I write about this website is obsolete.

Camel Camel Camel

If you are Amazon addict, this website is for you. It is a free Amazon price tracker which notifies you when price of certain product has droped.

It is great if you are looking to save some extra cash.

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