A Calendar app is useful to help us organize and better manage our schedules. Here are some of the best calendar apps you can use on both mobile and desktop.
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Most image editors you know of are meant for editing photos. For creating a vector image, you should check out this list of free graphic editors that are meant for vector images.
Electron apps are cross-platform compatible and easy to code, making them a new favorite for developers, but what are their cons, and should you care? Let’s find out.
While LaTeX is a very popular markup language, many people aren’t aware of the best editors to use. Here are some of the best cross-platform LaTeX editors you should try.
It is always an issue when you want to transfer files from one device to another. With SendAnywhere, you can easily and securely send files to various devices and platforms.
TagSpaces has seen some heavy development since our last review. Let’s see how TagSpaces 2.5 performes compared to its previous version.
As a programmer, you’ll quickly realize that your OS’s default text editor isn’t quite up to the task. Here are some of the best cross-platform text editors you should try.
Rainlendar is one of the best cross-platforms calendar application that is fully customizable and comes with powerful features. Check out its review and giveaway details.
There are times when you need to synchronize several folders in your computer, such as syncing several folders to the Dropbox folder. Synkron is a cross-platform compatible application that allows you to synchronize files and folders in your computer. It works in Windows, Mac and Linux and it can help you keep your files and folders updated.
It is easy to stream media from portable devices to desktop, but not the other way round. Here is a simple way for you to stream media from desktop to PS3, Smartphone, Smart TV etc.
If you are a freelancer who charges by the hour, you will know important it is to track the amount of time you have spent on each project. While there are several good time tracker software for Windows and Mac, there are only a few for Linux, and most of them are too basic and […]
Update: Wuala is shutting down and won’t be available after 15 November 2015. We don’t recommend this service anymore. Dropbox is great, but it is not the best. While we love Dropbox for its versatility and cross-platform compatibility, we also hate it for its inability to secure files in the cloud. We have to either […]
Wallpapers breathe life into a desktop. But the same wallpaper can be boring after some days. if you want to automatically rotate wallpapers in your desktop, Wally is just the tool you need. It’s a cross platform wallpaper rotator that can rotate wallpapers in your desktop from multiple sources. You need not save wallpapers from […]
As a tech blogger, I often have to take screenshots or make screencasts of software that I’m reviewing. Now, screenshots are easy and most operating systems have built-in methods of doing so and then there are excellent freeware applications also to edit images. If nothing else, a simple “Print Screen” works almost always. But, screencasts […]