Users of the iOS are very familiar with AssistiveTouch, the tool that floats onscreen which you can drag and use for taking a screenshot, adjusting the sound and perform other functions. Android doesn’t have such a native feature built in, but with EasyTouch it’s now possible.Read More
Filebot by Rednoah is a free open source tool for renaming your favorite anime, TV shows and movies alongside the ability to download subtitles. The program is small and streamlined so it’s very easy to use. Also, there’s full support for Mac, Windows and Linux, with a full use of a command line interface.Read More
Moleskine Journal from Moleskine is a journal digital notebook app that allows you to capture your best ideas in new ways. If you’ve used Moleskine before, the feel and look will be familiar, and you’ll be able to send your work out to other people easily. And if it’s your first time to use Moleskine, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Bluefish is an open source programming and web development application. Developed by the Bluefish team, it gives you plenty of options for writing scripts, websites and even code. While the program is powerful, it is lightweight and loads quickly even on a netbook. However, don’t mistake the compactness for lack of features, as this is packed.Read More
Aquamacs is a distribution of the well-known and powerful Emacs text editor. Developed by David Reitter, it looks just like a Mac app and runs like one. However, it retains the power of GNU Emacs. In short, it brings you the power of Emacs as well as the configurability but with an easier to use interface.Read More