The Internet is filled with some pretty amazing things, which is why it's no surprise that there are tons of websites you didn't know you needed. You probably visit the same set of sites every single day without thinking about what else is out there. Well, there are some useful and fun things out there that are waiting for you to find them. Here are some of the most interesting websites you didn't know you needed until now:
1. Miss a
Shopmissa.com is a store that sells all of its products for $1. There's nothing cheaper and nothing more expensive. Everything is the same price, and the items, like rings and nail polish, are actually adorable. This is one of the websites you didn't know you needed, but should check out as soon as you can.
2. Final Grade Calculator
Rogerhub.com is the place to go when you're worried about how you're doing in a class. Type in some information about the course, and the site will tell you what grade you'll need to get on your final exam in order to pass the class. It's a helpful thing to do before you start studying and stressing.
3. Down for Everyone or Just for Me
Downforeveryoneorjustme.com is useful when your computer won't let you check your Twitter or any other website. Simply type in the name of the site you're trying to access, and you'll be told whether the website is down for everyone or only for you.
4. Coming out Simulator
Ncase.itch.io is a tearjerking experience. It was developed by a man who wanted to explain how his sexuality affected his parents' view of him and his overall life. Don't worry though, there's a happy ending.
5. Reverse Dictionary
Onelook.com allows you to enter the definition of a word that you cannot think of. It's helpful for when you're writing a story or a paper, so make sure to bookmark it. It can save you a lot of thinking.
6. Abbey Road Studios
Abbeyroad.com is fun to watch when you have nothing else to do. You know the famous photo of the Beatles that was taken at Abbey Road? Well, a camera is aimed at the spot so you can watch passersby pose all day long.
7. Word Frequency Counter
Writewords.org.uk is useful for writers who want their stories to look perfect. All you have to do is paste your text into the box and it'll tell you how many times you used a certain word. If you used one too many times, then you can go back and fix it so that your writing isn't repetitive.
8. Flip Text
Fliptext.org may not be useful, but it's pretty darn fun. If you want to spice up a conversation with your friend, type a sentence into this site and watch it flip upside down. Copy and paste the flipped words and send it to your pals for your own amusement.
9. What the Font
Myfonts.com will help you figure out what font is on a photo that you've found online. All you have to do is upload the picture and the site will tell you what font was used. It's incredibly simple.
There are so many websites on the Internet that it's impossible to view them all. What's your favorite site that most people don't know about?