1. Any.do :
Any.do is already one of the best task managers for smartphones, and the website is especially useful when you need a big-picture view of your plans. With its grid-based layout, you can easily see everything in Any.do’s four distinct categories (“Today,” “Tomorrow,” “Upcoming” and “Someday”) and drag and drop between them. It’s better than trying to manage your life from a claustrophobic smartphone screen.
2. Calm.com :
You’re already five slides into this list with 45 more to go. Time for a break! Calm.com lets you toggle through peaceful backgrounds and ambient music, with the ability to set a timer for up to 20 minutes. Chill out on your own, or choose a “guided calm” peppered with soothing spoken instructions.
3. Fake Name Generator :
With 37 languages and 31 countries, the Fake Name Generator is the most advanced name generator on the internet. Generate names, addresses, social security numbers, credit card numbers, occupations, UPS tracking numbers, and more absolutely free.
4. Fake Mail Generator :
The Fake Mail Generator is another service provided by Fake Name Generator, an absolutely free disposable email system. By simply visiting this site, a disposal e-mail id is activated. Enter it into any form on a website that requires email verification, and when the email is received, it will pop up instantly on this page. The Fake Mail Generator offers several generic domain names—and even country-specific domains!—to make it easier to get past pesky domain blocks.
5. Flap MMO :
The Flappy Bird craze hit its peak around February of this year, but you’ll still find a fair amount of people playing FlapMMO — arguably the game’s cleverest spin-off. It’s just like the original game, requiring you to tap a button to flap between vertical pipes, except there are dozens of other people controlling their own birds, trying to survive for longer. It’s funny to see all these birds engaged in this hopeless struggle — and kind of sad when you get good enough to leave them behind.
Imgur should be easier to describe than it is. People go there to upload images and animated GIFs, which are then ranked by popularity. Many of the images are funny. Some give you “the feels,” as Imgurians like to say. There are lots of cats, dogs and other cute animals. At the end of the day, it’s a pure, simple form of storytelling: Without too much reading, you can get a highly entertaining grasp of what’s going on in the world.
7. Just Delete Me :
If you’re like most people, you’re probably signed up for a zillion online services — whether you use them or not. Just Delete Me features cancellation information for oodles of popular sites and services, letting you know which sites are easy, medium, hard or impossible to quit and how to go about removing yourself from each one.
8. Vine :
Even if you have no followers and don’t care to share your own six-second videos, Vine’s website is still a fun way to soak up some short bursts of creativity. The curated home pages offers a taste of everything from cute animals to comedy, and you can turn on TV mode for a stream of big-screen videos if you’re feeling lucky.
9. Wolfram Alpha :
Wolfram|Alpha is an engine for computing answers and providing knowledge. It works by using its vast store of expert-level knowledge and algorithms to automatically answer questions, do analysis, and generate reports.
10. Zero Dollar Movies :
The site aggregates feature-length movies on YouTube. Of course, since the site searches what's available on YouTube and less-than-official versions of movies sometimes end up on there for a while before they get taken down, big name movies occasionally slip through the cracks. However, largely the site's library is legitimate and impressive for not spending a dollar. Site is brought to you by one of the famous blogger, Amit Agarwal (Labnol).