The vast webspace we call the internet is full of websites and some of these are incredibly useful yet unknown.
That all changes today with this list of the best that the web has to offer to us.
- The name speaks for itself – Wikipedia but simpler.
- This won’t have every topic you go out looking for but it is an amazing spectacle of all the things that are unexplainable.
- The website uses only 1500 words in entirety for describing topics in the simplest language possible.
- It is mighty useful for those learning English or trying to wrap their head around topics you won’t understand otherwise (unless you are an expert, duh).
- The Amazon Kindle store is for those looking for the latest books.
- If you are an old school person though, Project Gutenburg is the website for you.
- With a collection of over 59,000 digital books, you will find classics with relative ease on here.
- Are you always looking for songs from that TV show you’ve been watching? This website has got you covered.
- Tunefind has a database of movies and shows to scroll through and you can even see what people are searching for most.
- Aside from this, Tunefind offers quick-links to Apple Music, Amazon and Spotify so you can listen right as you find.
- It often happens that a person gets bored with the website that they are currently using and when that goes down, this is the website for alternatives.
- A huge crowdsourced database of websites you can use in place of your usual ones.
- It is a mighty useful resource when you get bored of the same old.
OneLook Reverse Dictionary
- Many people find themselves in a stuck position looking for a word even when they know its meaning.
- It is on the tip of your tongue? Well, as long as you know what it means, you can simply type it up here and look for it.
- The website also offers other useful resources like definitions and synonyms.
- These websites are the gold on the web definitely worth digging.