Don't-Miss Business Software Stories
If you turn to the Web for your business accounting needs, you'll find that the offerings aren't perfect. But you will find apps that have the basic tools to track your finances.
For over 20 years, FileMaker has made its mark as a cross-platform database. Fortunately, the software continues to improve.
Much like the online version, Prezi Desktop makes your presentations more palatable. And since it's a desktop edition, you can work offline.
Designed to completely replace the Microsoft's WordPad, Metapad has the small size and big feature list to make the change appealing.
Lagging slightly behind Microsoft Office in features, Apache OpenOffice has a lot of functionality and flexibility, as well as tight integration among components. It's also free and open-source.
One of the greatest tools on an author's bench is the one that helps to sell articles or stories. Free software Sonar3 tracks submissions and accepts a great deal of detail about each work and each market.
Powerful, cross-platform writing tool Celtx Plus includes most of the features a screenwriter needs at a fraction of Final Draft's price. The free Celtx works neatly for personal screenwriting projects.
Unleash your Oscar-worthy script ideas with this longtime favorite screenplay program.
A Creative Commons license lets you share your work generously without losing your control over it. This clever beta program helps you choose the right license and attach it to your PDFs.
Soluto's commercial service is much cheaper than the competition, but its remote control feature is not quite there yet.
Add watermarks, combine PDFs, make printable booklets, and otherwise enhance your PDFs with this open-source program.
PDFill's three-part suit covers many PDF editing and creation needs on a budget. It integrates well with Microsoft Office for easy access, too.
Instead of moving through a slide deck, Prezi takes your audience on an animated journey over a wide canvas of ideas.