Don't-Miss Web & communication software Stories
With Creative Cloud, updates to Adobe's suite of apps will be more frequent, but not as dramatic. Flash Pro CC 2014 is an excellent example: A bunch of little changes add up a fine, if underwhelming, upgrade.
Adobe adds even more visual aids--so many that it might be possible to produce Web content without even looking at the application’s code view.
The latest version of Firefox offers a host of visual changes and work-low improvements. From worst to first in a single release. Sweet.
Look no further! These tools let you automate, customize, and cull searches to improve your results.
The newest version of Opera has a brand new engine and a stripped-down feature set. Sorry, Opera, but bookmarks aren't significant extras.
Symphony makes your social updates stand out with beautiful images, but it's not the best social network manager out there.
Sanebox is a cloud-based tool designed to keep clutter out of your inbox. It's not perfect, but overall, it works very well.
Delightfully tiny utility LICEcap lets you create GIFs showing on-screen action, to quickly communicate software features and issues.
Ventrilo keeps both sophisticated power gamers and easily overwhelmed newbies chatting in-game.
Easier sharing. Simpler sending. Secure encryption. Make Dropbox even better with any of these handy utilities.
The new iteration of Pokki's Twitter client combines a mobile-like, minimalist interface with some interesting new features, bringing an exciting new contender to the world of Twitter clients.
MultiPLX is a clean and powerful RSS reader that offers many unique features and is updated regularly with new ones. Its beta status makes is a bit of an adventure, but a worthwhile one.
If you use Dropbox to store your tunes, DropTunes allows you to play them from the cloud sharing service. It's light on features, but it's more than Dropbox can do on its own.