Don't-Miss Software Stories
Fight mutant chickens, explore ruins, and craft weapons in Fallen Earth.
OpenPhoto lets you host your own photos online, using Dropbox or Amazon S3, for free.
iTweetLive is a free, but ad-supported, service that helps you communicate more effectively via Twitter.
Android users, alleviate your iTunes envy with DoubleTwist, a free desktop app that syncs your media to your phone.
It's difficult to stay motivated to exercise if you're doing it alone. If you're looking for some virtual support, join Fitocracy, a social network for fitness enthusiasts of all levels.
Designed as a Word add-in, VanWrite's Sentence Aerobics tries to help you write clearer, better business documents.
GTD applications are purpose-built to help you manage your time. But which one to choose? We asked real users what they were doing. The results surprised us.
A free, basic color picker, Colorblind Assistant provides human-readable names for colors.
rtpMIDI lets you control your PC's MIDI software and instruments using your Apple iPhone or iPad.
This ad-supported software uses face recognition to help organize your photo library, and it offers useful sharing tools.
Add makeup and other face contours to a digital portrait with Perfect365.
Klok Pro is a simple and powerful cross-platform time-tracking Adobe Air application.
Services such as CloudOn, Nivio, and OnLive are bringing full-blown Office apps to iPads and other mobile devices.
Keyboard utility Holdkey makes it easier to enter extended and nonstandard characters.
Audiobooks.com is Netflix for book lovers.