10 Websites You Didn'T Know Existed

Website you didn't know existed

Shubham Saxena

2 months ago|5 min read

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Websites you didn't know existed

 

10 Amazing Websites You Didn't Know Existed!

With over 1 billion websites on the internet, there are amazing websites not getting the attention they deserve so, I will show you 10 amazing websites you didn’t know existed in various categories.

1)  Fake Person Generator

The first website in 'websites you didn’t know existed’ is the "Fake Person Generator" for those times, When you need a fake online identity to avoid spam or identity theft, the site will create a fake identity that will help to protect you. Fill in all the details your gender, your age, your state, your city then click on generate, it says I’m a white male six feet tall, and about 183 pounds, mother’s maiden name is Brandon and I’m dating, looking for love, let’s scroll down My employment status is a leave of absence and I make about $10000 per month if you continue to scroll down, you’ll get additional information like, for example, the vehicle I drive is a 2003 mercury sable. Just remember, all the details are fake and this side is just for fun. only use the information provided, where you’re legally allowed to do so.

https://www.fakepersongenerator.com/

 

2) ShadyURL

The second site in 'websites you didn’t know existed' is called "ShadyURL". If you’re into playing harmless pranks on your friends, family, or co-workers, the site will shorten a URL to make it look suspicious to make them think, if they click on the link, they could get malware or have some other issues. First Enter the URL into the box let’s go with microsoft.com when you’re done with that click on submit. It will now show you the new link. This one does look very suspicious, just copy and paste it wherever you need it. When you click the link, you can see that it takes you to the actual site you entered earlier up.

http://www.shadyurl.com/

 

3) crossfade.io

Next, in our 'websites you didn’t know existed' is "crossfade.io". This one is really fun to create, mashups of multiple videos from either YouTube, Vimeo, or SoundCloud. Let me show you how it works with one I created personally, you begin with two tracks, one for video and one for audio. For the video I'll copy, the address from the Nicki Minaj Anaconda music video on YouTube and paste it on the first track and for The audio, copy the address of “you can’t touch this by mc hammer” and paste it on the second track, with some experimentation, using the two sources added. Set the start to 17 seconds for the first track and for the second track set the start to 15 seconds when You’re done click on save. Just be careful not to play this one for grandpa. It might cause them to have a heart attack.

https://crossfade.io/

 

4) taste dive

Our fourth website, in 'websites you didn’t know existed' is "taste dive", which helps you to discover new music movies TV shows, books, authors, games, and now podcasts. It does this by finding content similar to what you already like. It’s easy to use. You could leave it in all categories or select one of the categories listed let’s go with TV shows and do a search for the office and select it you’ll now see shows that things are similar like arrested development and community. It’s not perfect while breaking bad does have its funny moments. It should not be listed here.

https://tastedive.com/

 

5) The Restart Page

The fifth website I have for you today in 'websites you didn’t know existed' is “the restart page". If you need some nostalgia in your life, it lets you relive the experience of restarting your old computers as a quick example let’s restart Windows XP.

http://www.therestartpage.com/

 

6) What happened in my birth year

Our sixth website in 'websites you didn’t know existed' is one of the most interesting in this video. "What happened in my birth year" offers a look into the past and the events that took place in the year of your birth to begin type your birth year and hit enter to avoid any spoilers for some of you, let’s move on to the next site.

http://whathappenedinmybirthyear.com/

 

7) Tunefind

Up next, the seventh website in 'websites you didn’t know existed' is "tunefind". This is when I keep bookmarked, to quickly find the music in an episode of a TV show, movie or video game. The quickest way to use the site is to do a search at the top first type. The name of a TV show movie or game and select it when it shows up. If you chose a TV show select the season then select the episode.

You’ll now see the songs listed with the option to play on Amazon music, Apple music, Spotify, and YouTube.

https://www.tunefind.com/

 

8) The Office Stare Machine

If you’re a true fan of The Office, our eighth website in 'websites you didn’t know existed' is for you; "the office stare machine" shows you every moment over nine seasons that a character stared at the camera. Based on the emotion you entered, I won’t spoil this one either, In the box just enter the emotion, for example, happy select it, click on go and enjoy. 

http://theofficestaremachine.com/

 

9) WikiHow

Our ninth website in 'websites you didn’t know existed' is "WikiHow". You can get answers on how to do just about anything that you can think of just type your query into the search box and hit enter you’ll now see a list of tutorials on that subject that you might want to check out, and maybe some that you don’t.

http://www.wikihow.com

 

10) A Soft Murmur

Our 10th site in 'websites you didn’t know existed' is "a soft murmur" is for those of you that can’t stand complete silence when reading or working, it lets you create a mix of ambient background noises quickly and easily just move the sliders to where you want them. You’ll see that there are several to choose from and when you’re done, click on play. The only slider is for the volume and that’s it. What you hear is what you get.

asoftmurmur.com

So this was my list of websites you didn’t know existed.

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Shubham Saxena

Hi I am Shubham Saxena, guys who spend 24 hours on internet, coding. researching and finding useful tools. Follow my blog at Feeding Trends to know about tech tools.

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