Note: this collection of useful links is in absolutely no order whatsoever 🙂
Turn a long, complex website link into something more manageable.
Find the current time for major cities around the world. Mouse-over the map or search for specific places.
Quickly find unusual characters such as fractions (¼ ½ ¾), or emojis.
4. Icon Finder
Perfect for adding some interest to worksheets, forms or presentations.
Flyers, calendars, newsletters and more, pre-made and ready to edit.
6. Egg Timer
Quickly set a timer that displays full screen for all to see.
Generates random numbers for games or competitions. Includes dice rolls, lottery numbers and a coin flipper.
8. PDF Escape
Edit PDF documents and forms in the browser, for free.
Helps you visualise the size differences between multiple objects. Just enter the height, length and width of each item.
Identifies the font from any uploaded image.
10. Google Web Fonts
A large, growing collection of free fonts.
11. Join Me
Share your screen to any other computer.
12. Online OCR
Converts a scanned PDF or image file into an editable document.
13. We Transfer
Send files that are too big for email attachments.
14. Hundred Zeros
An list of Amazon Kindle books that are free to download.
Checks and improves your punctuation and grammar for everyday writing.
Highlight relevant parts on a webpage using your mouse.
Plan an event or meeting that works around everyone’s availability.
Create and use music notation on any device.
19. Google Translate
Translate websites and text from one language to another.
Draw and paint using a variety of brushes and colours.
21. Similar Sites
Discover an alternative to a website you already know.
Create a beautiful word cloud out of a passage of text.
23. Adobe Color
Create palettes for a project or pick out colours from a photograph.
Provide a link to someone for a Google search result.
If a website isn’t loading, quickly check if it’s an issue with your connection or worldwide.
Look back through your search history to find a forgotten website (assuming you’re logged into your Google account).
27. Urban Dictionary
A crowdsourced online dictionary of slang words and phrases (mainly used by teens).
28. Free Images
A huge database of free stock photographs.
29. Scribble Maps
Draw, scribble and annotate over Google Maps.
Learn to type quickly and efficiently. Includes a school edition for teachers and students.
Create a professional timeline of events for visualising important dates, deadlines, and milestones.
32. YouTube TV Mode
Ideal for whiteboard viewing.
Create a live school radio station and broadcast to the world.
Hire someone for $5 to complete a task. Have a story illustrated, a school blog setup or a topic researched.
Connect two apps or devices and have them smartly work together.