Here is a list of the most useful web tools of 2014 covers everything from creating charts to making your computer screen a little easier on the eyes. Of course this is not a comprehensive list, but these may be useful for you in the future so give them a try:
Infogram — useful for: great visuals
The easiest way to generate sharp, modern and responsive graphs, charts and infographics. The learning curve is minimal, with almost everything you’re going to want presented in simple, user-friendly menus. It’s free to use, but a pro account allows you to hook up real-time data and share privately.
YouTube Music Key — useful for: easy music discovery
YouTube has long been a great platform for discovering new music and listening to rare and obscure recordings. Now that the company is branching out into the subscription service market, it has organized its deep libraries of music like never before. And since you’ve already probably enjoyed some music on YouTube, it has a personal mix ready to go from the jump. You don’t even really need Music Key, as the “music” tab on YouTube’s homepage is already showing improvements.
Inbox — useful for: messy emailers
Google’s Inbox isn’t the most innovative thing of 2014 (plenty of people have pointed out that it uses a lot of features developed by other sites), but Google does it as good as anyone. If you’re already a Gmail user and can snag an invite, this new version of the email inbox can help even the laziest emailer organize their digital correspondence quickly.
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