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A to Z Web Tools: J+K

Here are two next letters on the alphabet: J and K

Jingis a tool to take a picture of your screen. It’s a good alternative to the print screen button on the keyboard. You can decide on the size of your screen shot, upload it to your computer as a jpg or get a link for your picture. You can also make a short video of your screen by recording your voices.

JustPasteitis a tool to share text or link with others in a very easy way. Do just as they say: Just paste it.

JogtheWeblets you create, read and share websites with your own input like a web book.

ImageSplitteris a tool to resize, convert, split and crop your images online.

Join.me allows you to share your screen with others.

Jabberwacky is an artificial intelligence that learns from every word you write.

JayCut lets you edit your movies online.

JamStudiois a tool to create and mix music.

Kerpoof is a site where you can create original artwork, animated movies, stories, greeting cards and more.

Kakomessengeris a fun text to-speech application. It’s a singing telegram machine that will sing your text. You choose between two singers, Gina and Humphrey, write your text and let the singers sing them for you.

Kadoois a video sharing cloud which can help you to share your videos privately or public.

Kidzui is a tool where you can get a free kids' browser for safe internet.

Kwoutis a way you quote a part of a web page as an image with an image map.

Kruchuslets you put multiple links into one and share it with others.

Kaywais tool to generate QR codes.

KidBlogis a platform where you can get your students easy and simple blogging.

Kizoais a tool to create video slide shows with pictures, musics, effects and text.

Kicksendlets you send files of any size.

Kukuklok is an online alarm clock that wakes up with different sounds.

Kideosis a site where you can find videos for your kids.

Kabongo is a tool to find games for reading.

Keybrhelps you to learn typing faster with fewer errors.

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