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    People Are Sharing Underrated Websites And You Will Never, Ever Be Bored Again

    This truly is the ~world wide~ web.

    Ever stare at your screen and get sick of visiting the same websites over and over again? Or, the website is sick of you and has no new content? Say no more.

    Thunderbird Films / CBC Television / Netlfix / Via

    My "Most Visited" sites are mocking me, I know.

    Recently, Redditor u/Merlijn-69 decided to ask, "What are underrated websites and what do you use them for?" And, let me tell you, the responses did not disappoint.

    So here are some of the best and most underrated websites you can visit:

    1. Radio.Garden

    A radio station playing from Vittoria, Italy

    "Listen to radio around the world." β€”u/[deleted]

    2. Outline

    BBC Canada / Via, Outline

    "It allows you to read the text on websites without seeing their ads." β€”u/SufferingCartoonist

    3. WindowSwap

    A window view in Oslo, Norway

    "This site lets you view out people's windows from around the world, though the videos aren't live feeds." β€”u/Daveed84

    4. Boil the Frog

    A 10-song playlist generated by "Boil The Frog" showing songs between Weezer and Lady Gaga
    Boil The Frog

    "An awesome site where you put two music artists in, and it makes a playlist connecting them for you." β€”u/Axenal713

    5. JustWatch

    "JustWatch" showing where users can watch "Elf" depending on whether they want to stream, rent, or buy the movie

    "This allows me to search up a movie or TV show and tells me where it's streaming." β€”u/Dd1va

    6. 10 Minute Mail

    A sample email generated by 10 Minute Mail for users to use for 10 minutes
    10 Minute Mail

    "No need to use my own email to read a random website. I made a Reddit account using these emails, and the account is still working fine." β€”u/Neo_The_bluepill_One

    7. ToffeeShare

    The homepage of ToffeeShare allowing users to select or drag files they want to share

    "It lets you share files privately, without size limit, with end-to-end encryption, and without them being stored online." β€”u/mgca

    8. What The Fuck Should I Make For Dinner?

    The auto-generated dinner, FIlipino-styled seafood paella, given by "What The Fuck Should I Make For Dinner?"
    What The Fuck Should I Make For Dinner?

    9. Photopea

    The homepage of "Photopea," which looks very similar to Adobe Photoshop

    "Online image editor with Photoshop feature." β€”u/gagapangeran

    10. myNoise

    The 'Tin Roof Rain' option from myNoise that allows users to adjust the frequencies of the recording

    "The man who runs it is a noise engineer, and the site has a ton of different, adjustable soundscapes that can play for hours without truly looping. This is great if you want some background noise. I use it for revision and it is excellent. (The '.net' is important, the '.com' version is a guy stealing all of their work.)" β€”u/Zak000000

    11. Forvo

    Forvo's result page for a Spanish phrase, showing pronunciation recordings submitted by users from Argentina, Colombia, and Spain

    "For when you see a word in a different language (or your own!), and you want to know how it’s pronounced or how it sounds in different accents/dialects. People record themselves saying words and upload it with their general location. I tell everyone I can about this site." β€”u/AnneListersBottom

    12. How Many People Are In Space Right Now?

    The homepage of "How Many People Are In Space Right Now?" showing the number seven overlaid on an image of Earth from space
    How Many People Are In Space Right Now?

    "I check every few days or at least once a week. The site also normally shows the national flag of each astronaut." β€”u/UbiquitousMusician

    13.'s Tip of My Tongue

    Chirag's Tip of My Tongue tool that lets users search for words based on partial spelling, letters, definitions, or the length of the word

    "It’s really effective and has helped me countless times, I always seem to want a word when I’m writing but forget what the actual word is." β€”u/AccumulatingBoredom

    14. SCI-HUB


    "If you’re a university student and you need access to paid online journals, this is the website. You put in the DOI of the journal, and it gives you access to that journal. Good website, really helpful for my studies." β€”u/UNBTBL3

    15. WornOnTv

    The homepage of "WornOnTV" showing Kaley Cuoco in 'The Flight Attendant' and where you can buy the coat she's wearing

    "They are masters at tracking down the exact clothes actors wear in tv shows. AND they often show a similar cheaper option if your budget is not the same as millionaires." β€”u/Sarah-loves-cats

    16. FutureMe

    The homepage of "FutureMe," showing a user's review of the site and the textbox for users to type their emails

    "You can use it to 'send emails to the future you.' I've been using it for almost three years. It helps put into perspective how much has changed over the course of a year." β€”u/Daedrakiin100000

    17. EROWID

    EROWID's page of information for cannabis

    "This website is still one of the best websites for unbiased information about recreational drugs. This site has literally saved lives." β€”u/tbone8352

    18. FotoForensics

    "FotoForensics" showing an obviously photoshopped photo of Kim Jong-Un holding a 'Gangnum Style' CD, next to the same image showing its error level analysis

    "I use it to check if photos are photoshopped." β€”u/eadgarc

    "Be aware that your photos will be used in research and looked at by humans. Don't post anything there you want to be private." β€”u/contravariant_


    A map showing the lightning striking over countries in the Middle East and southeastern Europe /

    "It tells you in real-time where lightning strikes anywhere in the world. Nice to track when there is a thunderstorm where you live." β€”u/ConsciousnessWizard

    20. DeepL

    The DeepL translator showing an Italian paragraph from Vogue Italia translated into English

    "Use DeepL for translations instead of Google Translate. Although language options are still limited, the results are more natural and elegant. I'm a bilingual Chinese/English speaker, and I use this whenever I can't remember how to say a phrase in the other language." β€”u/melodyduany

    21. Ninite

    A list of apps and software that you can download in one go using "Ninite"

    "Ninite allows you to pick and choose from a large selection of commonly used programs like Steam, winRAR, and random other things you need while setting up a computer. Once you've selected all the programs you'd like, it will simply install them all with no bullshit. No ads. No cost. No boxes. Nothing! You get one executable, and it installs everything you checked without the hassle of going through each programs hoops." β€”u/MajikMahn

    22. Pointer Pointer

    Pointer Pointer

    "I mainly use it just to be impressed by the photos and to have a good laugh." β€”u/Marycate11

    23. The Noun Project

    The homepage for the "Noun Project," which states, "Noun Project is building a global visual language that unites us."
    The Noun Project

    "Need an icon for something and don’t have time to make it yourself? People from all over the world create them and upload them. Great resource for graphic designers. Icons available in SVG or JPEG, and they’re doing stock photos now too." β€”u/ToothbrushGames

    24. camelcamelcamel

    Popular products and their current, list, and average prices on "camelcamelcamel"

    "This tracks the price history of something on Amazon so you can see if a sale is actually a good deal." β€”u/bradgerkemusic

    "The Chrome extension Keepa adds this functionality directly onto the Amazon product pages. I've saved a lot of money by seeing items that regularly go on sale. For example, the Instant Pot Duo Nova is regularly $100, but I noticed it went to $50 twice the last three months. I waited a few days and now, sure enough, it's $50 again." β€”u/dijedil


    An image of the globe showing wind currents

    "I use it for understanding what's happening with the weather and why. I've turned a lot of farmers on to this visualization over the years and most find it incredibly helpful as a part of their overall habit of weather watching." β€”u/The206Uber

    26. Free Campsites

    Free campsites shown in the state of Arizona
    Free Campsites

    "I just used this to road trip from LA to Seattle to Denver through Montana/Wyoming and back. It allowed me to just drive and drive to my heart’s content and reliably find somewhere nearby to park overnight. Also, the Bureau of Land Management spots that are remote." β€”u/TarHeel-DSH

    27. PDF Drive

    PDFDrive's list of "Best Books of the Week" that users can download for free

    "This site has a pretty cool collection of free ebooks without registering." β€”u/BenTennyson2101

    28. NaturalReader

    The textbox on "NaturalReader" where users can paste text then select a voice to read it out loud

    "It's basically a text-to-speech site that lets you copy and paste passages into a text box, and then the computer will read it back to you. I use this when I need to type out papers, short stories, or any other lengthy piece of writing as a way of proofreading. It's nice to use this because then you can hear your errors read aloud." β€”u/ThrowRA29208

    "I use it when I have a lot of reading assignments for college, and I don't have time to really get to them all. Instead, I want to listen to a reading while I clean or something." β€”u/dontforgethetrailmix

    29. all8's Tap for BPM

    The homepage for all8's Tap for BPM tool that instructs users to continuously tap any key on their keyboard to measure BPM

    "Basically tap any key on your keyboard in time to some music to find its beats per minute (BPM). The way that this site averages your taps is incredibly helpful.

    I use a lot of high-end music software and none of them have a 'tap to find tempo' function as simple and user-friendly as this little site." β€”u/sidewalkbob


    The homepage for "," showing options to see the projected timelines for the 21st century, the 22nd century, the far future, and beyond

    "Easiest way to spend an hour or two learning about our history and the future." β€”u/granticusmaximusrex

    31. removebg

    Victoria Vouloumanos / BuzzFeed, removebg

    "It does a pretty solid job at removing the background of any image. You can even just Ctrl + V." β€”u/venosenz

    32. IMSLP Petrucci Music Library

    IMSLP Petrucci Music Library

    "It's a library of public domain classical sheet music. You can pretty much find any classical music over 100 years old. I stopped buying sheet music when I discovered it. Plus, it's pretty easy to send music to students during e-class in lockdown." β€”u/elenifan

    33. Historical Currency Conversions

    The homepage calculator for "Historical Currency Conversions" showing that 8 USD in the year 1965 had the same buying power as 65.47 current USD
    Historical Currency Conversions

    "When I am reading or watching something set in another time that mentions cost or value, I immediately use this site to see how monetary values from the past stack up in today’s money. It allows for different currencies, as well." β€”u/loverlyone

    34. Ravelry

    Search results from "Ravelry" showing different stitch patterns for cake

    "If you're a knitter or crocheter, you can use this site to see literally hundreds of thousands of patterns (some are free, some are paid patterns) and projects that others have made using the patterns in different yarns and colors. You can look up yarn and find what others have made with it and what others have to say about it.

    "It has a great community and lots of groups for all kinds of topics. There are always knowledgeable people able to help work out a problem or fix errors you may run into working on your projects. Anyone who likes to stitch or knows someone who likes to stitch should know about it, as it's a great place of resources and inspiration." β€”u/DinahTook

    35. RunPee

    RunPee's timer showing when users can use the bathroom during a "Star Wars" movie

    "It tells you the best time for a bathroom break during a movie and gives a brief description of what you would miss." β€”u/BigWar0609

    36. GetHuman


    "A place where the Internet will find you a phone number to call to get a human for customer service. If they can’t find one, they will wait in the hold queue for you." β€”u/[deleted]

    37. Terrible Real Estate Agent Photographs

    Images on "Terrible Real Estate Agent Photographs" showing a house with a tree through the floor and ceiling of the living room and a kitchen with a bed that folds out of the wall, over a stairwell
    Terrible Real Estate Agent Photographs

    "The commentary is the funniest." β€”u/rodentinafrica

    38. IRS Free File


    "If you're in the US and you earn below a certain threshold β€” currently around $69,000 β€” you can get free software to help you file your taxes. There's an IRS website that walks you through the process, and you'll use exactly the same software you might already be paying a shitload of money for. For real: These companies are legally obligated to make their software available for free, in return for the US government not setting up its own free software and completely dismantling the market." β€”u/Portarossa

    "Hasan Minhaj did a piece about this. Even set up a website that copies TurboTax's website exactly. It's called TurboTax Sucks Ass." β€”u/slaphisface

    39. Internet Archive

    The homepage of "Internet Archive," saying, "Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more."
    Internet Archive

    "I always love an opportunity to be able to talk about the Internet Archive, because it is such a wonderful and free resource for so many things. It has millions of free downloads for music, movies, books, software, etc. One very popular example is a very large catalog of Grateful Dead recordings.

    There is also The Internet Arcade, where you can play a lot of classic games, along with the Console Living Room, which is similar. They have access to tons of old PC games, too, and you can even play the original Oregon Trail online. There's a lot more in their software section, too.

    It also has The WayBack Machine, which has archived more than 486 billion web pages so you can go back and see how websites were years ago." β€”u/-eDgAR-

    40. A Soft Murmur

    The homepage for "A Soft Murmur" showing tools to adjust different sounds, like rain and thunder
    A Soft Murmur

    "This lets you play all kinds of soothing background noises, like rain, wind, birdsong, waves, and rolling thunder. You can also overlay them to make your perfect background mix, which is perfect if you want to relax to the gentle sounds of a coffee shop on fire." β€”u/Portarossa

    41. Removeddit

    The homepage for "Removeddit" showing posts with comments that have been deleted

    "This shows you the content of most removed posts and comments on Reddit." β€”u/LegateLaurie

    42. Atomic Rockets

    Atomic Rockets

    "Atomic Rockets is fucking amazing β€” both for the real physics and math, and as an overview of technologies, concepts, and problems depicted in science-fiction, always with examples and relevant quotes. Plus, there's RocketCat." β€”u/faraway_hotel

    43. Donjon


    "You can auto-generate dungeon maps, world maps, names, or any kind of thing you need for a quick D&D game. There's also this for generating city maps." β€”u/dethb0y

    44. Flightradar24

    Flightradar24 showing planes and helicopters flying over New Jersey and New York

    "The site tracks airplane movements all over the world. Sometimes, I even look myself up when I am on an airplane. There's also Great Circle Mapper to calculate distances between airports on the great circle (it has some other neat features, too)." β€”u/c082

    45. Stellarium

    A view of space from Earth showing constellations from Cygnus to Taurus

    "It's kinda like Google Earth for the sky, planets, and stars. Love that tool." β€”u/c082

    Know any underrated sites? Share in the comments below!

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