13 Good Web Tools to Harness The Power of The Web

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1- Scrible

This is a great web tool that allows you to : bookmark that annotates the web, save pages for offline reading, highlight, add note boxes, and legends, and export and save annotated pages.
2- Co-ment

Here is what you can do with this tool :
  • Create, edit, share, collaborate and annotate text documents online.
  • Upload existing documents from local hard drive or create new ones.
  • Supported document formats: Open Office, Microsoft Word, Rich Text Format, Text docs (txt), etc.

3- Middlespot

Middlespot lets you create a personal dashboard across all your devices .It's the simplest way to view, read, and watch your documents, photos, links, and videos on all your devices.
4- Mystickies

To put it simply, MyStickies allows you to place little yellow squares of digital paper anywhere and everywhere you feel like in the whole wide web. Along with the ability to put sticky notes on webpages mystickies offers a powerful interface to browse, search, sort, edit and generally have a wonderfull time with your sticky notes from any computer that has internet access.
5- Draw Here

Use the Draw Here bookmarklet to draw on top of web pages while you are browsing the web. If you save your drawings, other Draw Here users will then be able to see your drawings when they go to the same page.

6- A.nnotate

A.nnotate is an online annotation, collaboration and indexing system for documents and images, supporting PDF, Word and other document formats. Instead of emailing different versions of a document back and forth you can now all comment on a single read-only copy online. Documents are displayed in high quality with fonts and layout just like the printed version. It is easy to use and runs in all common web browsers, with no software or plugins to insta

7- Get pocket
Put articles, videos or pretty much anything into Pocket. Save directly from your browser or from apps like Twitter, Flipboard, Pulse and Zite
8- Instapaper

This is mainly a web plug-in that you can install on your browser. It is one of my favourite tools because it is easy to use and with one click you will have your page saved for a later reading.

9- Memonic

Here is what you can do with Memonic :
  • Take notes or clip any web content
  • Take it with you wherever you go
  • Share it with the world, or just a group
  • Print efficiently and save a tree
10- Meaki

Meaki is just like a pair of scissors for the Internet which allows users to clip webpages and save them for later viewing anytime. Meaki uses a simple bookmark add-on and account registration method to allow users to clip websites they want to save for later viewing.
11- Papercuts

Papercuts is a simple to use and versatile note keeping extension. Keep reminders, fill out forms quicker, share notes between computers with Sync - whatever you use Chrome for, you'll find many uses for Papercuts.

InFocus is a web tool that allows users to easily highlight  portions of any webpage. you simply visit its homepage and enter the URL of the page you want something highlighted on

This web tool lets you remember anything from any website. You can save, organize, and share whatever you find and love.