Free things on the Internet

We spend most of our time browsing the internet for cool stuff and surfing on Facebook to get the latest update on our friends’ statuses. But, there are lots of free things available on the web, from which you can take advantage like getting free coupons, learning different languages, managing your finance, and many more. So, today from the web we have gathered the list of free things on the internet everyone should take advantage of.

1. Free Coupons
There are multiple sites that provide free coupons and the best deals in the market with discounts. But, RetailMeNot is one of the best sites where you can find all the trending deals and the recommended deals for shopping along with free coupons.

2. Email addresses that self-destruct in 10 minutes
The 10 Minute Mail, let you create a temporary email address that automatically self-destructs in 10 minutes. The purpose behind this is fun as you can send an anonymous email to your friends/family that will not be available in their inbox after 10 minutes they read the email.

3. Learn a new language
With the globalization of everything you don’t when your cousin will call you to attend his marriage in France with a girl from India. Now, you have a situation where you need to learn two different languages other than English to talk to relatives and would-be relatives. So, here is the solution: Duolingo is one site where you can learn different languages for fun.

4. Manage your money and budgets
In my personal thoughts, it does not matter what people say but money is the most important thing in life. So, it is very important that you should manage your hard-earned money and budgets in such a way that it will help you in the future. The Mint is a finance management site that allows you to check your credit, pay bills, and manage your bank accounts on a safe, well-designed platform.

5. Ambient sounds to help you focus
Most people love to work in public spaces like coffee shops or libraries, but sometimes they can be noisy and distracting too. The A Soft Murmur site has multiple classic ambient noises that help you focus on your work.

6. Free counseling
The 7 Cups of Tea provides a completely free way to connect live with a “listener”, where you have the option of choosing free counseling. All the counseling is anonymous, so you don’t need to worry about secrets and privacy.

7. Automatic alerts or actions
The IFTTT (If This, Then That) is one of the sites which allow users to create a “recipe” which means they can easily automate their world by connecting their apps and devices with “if this, then that” statements. For example, they can set a statement that if photos are posted on the Facebook profile the next second it should be pushed to Dropbox. There are endless possibilities that you can perform with it.

8. Get Free used items
Craigslist is a classified advertisements website with different sections for jobs, for sale, services, housing, and many more. You need to select your region where you will see a “Free” section under the “For Sale” category. You will be surprised to see that people are giving away free used stuff.

9. Quality Fonts
The Lost Type is a collaborative Digital Type Foundry where you can find different typefaces contributed by several contributors. It was released with an idea that quality fonts should be made available to anyone who wants to create an individual piece of character design.

10. Video games from the old days
The Nesbox Emulator brings you to the magical world of games that are old schools. It provides all of your favorite games like Super Nintendo, GameBoy, NES, and Sega Genesis Color/Advanced games on any computer working under windows 8.1/RT/Phone or directly in the browser.

For other tutorials, visit our TUTEZONE section. You will be glad that you paid a visit there. Trust me. It’s worth visiting.

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About the Author: Ranjit Ranjan

More than 15 years of experience in web development projects in countries such as US, UK and India. Blogger by passion and SEO expert by profession.

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