Weebly offers a free online website creator. It uses a simplistic widget-based site builder that operates in the web browser. All of Weebly’s site elements are drag-and-drop. Weebly works with Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Linux computers and automatically generates a mobile version of each website.
Weebly lets site owners use a subdomain name if one is available. Users can buy a domain name from Weebly or re-direct it from elsewhere. The default site URL is "yourname.weebly.com" (yourname being whatever you want it to be as long as it isn't taken) but it can be changed if you already own a domain name.
Weebly offers its users iPhone and Android Apps so that they can monitor their website traffic statistics, update blog posts and respond to comments, and add or update products if the user has an e-commerce online store.
Need an easy to use tool to convert files from one format to another? CloudConvert makes it quick and easy to convert files and even grab website snaps and save them to the format you need. They also offer an API for those wanting to integrate the app into their own websites and projects.
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HideMyAss is a great all around VPN service now owned by AVG when they purchased the parent company of HideMyAss, Privax. With clients for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android HideMyAss might be a little more expensive but they make it easy to setup and use a VPN.
Syncthing is a great open source product that delivers what it intends to, free, open source syncing across multiple computers and platforms. It works well but it does have some challenges including not being as easy to use as many of the non-open source alternatives. Where is does shine is when you need an easy to use sync service for multiple computers running different operating systems.