OpalCalc is a unique calculator that lets you use natural language for day-to-day calculations.
Gpg4win is an easy-to-use installer for setting up powerful email and file encryption on your system.
TweetCaster's free version does have ads, but that doesn't keep it from feeling polished and robust.
jEdit is a Java-based programmer's editor with a boatload of optional plugins, color schemes, and configuration options.
Read It Later Pro is a very capable app, though doesn't have many more features than the free version.
The Humble Bundle offers time-limited bundles of games and allows you set your own price and donate a part of the proceeds to charity.
PhotoTangler is an easy-to-use application that lets you create picture collages easily and visually.
WriteMonkey is a full-screen writing environment that lets you focus on what you're trying to say, and forget the rest.
Despite some annoying marketing gimmicks, Can Knockdown 2 manages to be addictive.
Weebly offers a powerful drag-and-drop platform for quickly developing websites.
Embiggen makes creative use of your screen, and works very well for broadcasting messages.
Goodsie offers a streamlined, beautiful way for small retailers to offer their goods online.
The five most recently reviewed files include screenplay software, a fabulous file-sync program in invitation-only beta, a promising IDE that needs some work, and a music and audio recording program.
Air Control is a simple game, but it is also surprisingly addictive.
Cloud9 IDE is a beautifully designed Web-based development environment that falls short on functionality and documentation.