Latest Articles in Software

How to Draw Arrows in Gimp

How to Draw Arrows in Gimp

Photoshop users who have switched to GIMP will notice that some of the PS features are not readily available in Gimp. Drawing arrows is one of them. As a tech blogger who have to edit plenty of screenshots everyday, there are times where I need to draw arrows on the images to illustrate the point. […]

Christmas Week Special: iMedia Converter + DVD Creator Free Giveaway

Christmas Week Special: iMedia Converter + DVD Creator Free Giveaway

This is another of our Christmas week giveaway special. Read on for more detail. iSkysoft’s iMedia Converter is one of the few video converter that combines DVD ripping and video converting into one software. If you have a favorite DVD that you want to convert to iPhone compatible format, instead of using separate software to […]

Christmas Week Special: Picture Collage Maker Pro Free Giveaway

Christmas Week Special: Picture Collage Maker Pro Free Giveaway

This is another of our Christmas week giveaway special. Read on for more detail. As photos sharing become the norm is our everyday life, photos collaging has also become a favourite hobby of us. We have previously reviewed 5 photo collage software as well as PixelApp’s Magic Collage and Photovisi. Today, we are going to […]

How to Use FaceTime For Mac to Chat with Friends & Family

How to Use FaceTime For Mac to Chat with Friends & Family

For years Mac users have been using Mac OS X’s integrated chat software iChat to video chat with friends and family that have Macs as well, or Skype to video chat across platforms. Now, with Apple’s FaceTime for Mac, you can video chat from your Mac with friends or family members like never before… while they’re […]

How to Create Flames in Gimp

How to Create Flames in Gimp

For whatever reason, flames are neat looking. I’ll leave it to psychologists to explain exactly why that is. All I know is that things on fire usually look cooler than things not on fire. To me, that also includes my wallpaper. As regular readers may know, I like to create my own abstract wallpapers and […]

Snippet: How to Print Files Remotely Using Dropbox

Snippet: How to Print Files Remotely Using Dropbox

HP and other manufacturers are gearing up to release a set of new printers that will allow the user to remotely print document. If you are using Dropbox you can have this same functionality now. Amit Agarwal at Digital Inspiration has written a simple VBS script that allows files uploaded to Dropbox to automatically print. […]

No Video Editor?  No Problem – Try JayCut Online

No Video Editor? No Problem – Try JayCut Online

At first, it seems so simple. If you want to record a video, just flip on your webcam, record, and upload to something like YouTube. But when you go to do it, you might run into some of the same problems I did. What’s the best software for recording? How does it handle audio? What’s […]

MacX DVD Ripper Pro Free Giveaway

MacX DVD Ripper Pro Free Giveaway

If you are looking for ways to rip your DVD in Mac, you are not going to miss this deal! I have just received an email from Digiarty this morning that they are giving away their most popular software – MacX DVD Ripper – in celebration of the launch of their new site and the […]

Disk Drill: Free Data Recovery Tool For Mac

Disk Drill: Free Data Recovery Tool For Mac

You know the drill to keep your files safe: backup, backup and backup. But we all know that accidents can happen and even your backup hard disk can crash. Disk Drill is a disk protection and recovery tool that aims to protect your Mac from losing data in the event that it crashed. Disk Drill […]

Midori – The Little Browser that Just Might Surprise You

Midori – The Little Browser that Just Might Surprise You

You know all the web browsers, right? At least, all the REAL browsers. There’s Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome, and of course Internet Explorer. It’s not likely any more little guys could join a game with players like that, right? If you were to try Midori, the WebKit-based GTK web browser for Linux and Windows, you […]

DragonDisk: A Free Amazon S3 Desktop Client For Linux And Windows

DragonDisk: A Free Amazon S3 Desktop Client For Linux And Windows

Amazon S3 is an useful web service that provides unlimited storage at a very cheap rate. It is a good place for people to backup their files to and also for webmasters to offload their images/scripts to reduce their server load. In Windows and Mac, there are several applications that allow you to access Amazon […]

How to Convert Your Photo Library to Video

How to Convert Your Photo Library to Video

Whenever I am back from a family trip, the first thing I do is connect my Digital camera to the computer and copy all the photos to my hard drive. But the one problem which I regularly face regarding these photos is when the rest of the family members request to see the same on […]

PixelApp’s Magic Collage v2.3 [Free Giveaway]

PixelApp’s Magic Collage v2.3 [Free Giveaway]

Digital cameras allow us to take troves of pictures without worrying about where we will store them. However, there are very few creative ways of actually displaying these pictures. PixelApp Studio’s Magic Collage 2.3 solves this dilemma by creating beautiful collages from your image files. In this week giveaway, we will be giving away 10 […]

Spiritual And Religious Software For Linux

Spiritual And Religious Software For Linux

While some might assert that Linux itself is a religion, there are plenty of religious and spiritual people who use and love Linux. Therefore, there are naturally a number of software packages for various religions. In my search for such software, I have undoubtedly left some out, so feel free to suggest any I have […]

Jumpcut – A Must-have Mac Clipboard

Jumpcut – A Must-have Mac Clipboard

How many of you have had to copy a lot of text from one source to another or while editing? It is a pain especially if you need to rearrange the way a paragraph is layed out. For the Mac owners out there, Jumpcut will make the job a lot easier. Jumpcut is a very […]