Almost a year later, the email aggregator is closer to fulfilling its enormous potential.
Paperpile is a new and easy way to manage your research library, create quick citations, and collaborate on papers and reference lists.
Slick and straightforward, F-Secure KEY is a password manager that doesn't bother you with extra features. It stores your passwords, and that's it.
Canva is a free design tool aimed at beginners and professionals alike. It won't replace Photoshop, but for simple tasks, it may render it unnecessary.
Symphony makes your social updates stand out with beautiful images, but it's not the best social network manager out there.
Tackk is a marvelous webpage creation platform, and now, also a community.
Musique is a functional and easy to use music player that will appeal to both beginner and more advanced users. With its basic features and beautiful interface, it will quickly become your go-to place when you want to relax to some music.
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.
Fire up the new school year with these powerful and essential tools.
Nimble 3.0 brings a nice package of new features, helping you stay on top of your networks, and find the right people to contact at the right times.
Zygote Body shows 3D simulations of the human body's many systems in glorious detail.
Notable.ac makes it easier to share notes and make comments. It's a much better solution than having dozen (or hundreds) of people trying to copy the teacher's slides by hand.
DeepDyve can bring a true change to professional research with its affordable rentals and free full-text previews.
If you've ever felt like you're missing too much of a presentation while trying to take notes, Audio Notetaker can shoulder the burden for you. It breaks recorded audio into speech bars so you can make annotations right on the speech itself.
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