aNewDomain — I always hate getting the “Complete action using …” dialog box when I’m trying to open a file. You get that dialog box because absolutely ever app that’s able to open your file will show up there. It doesn’t tell you what app is best for opening the file, though. Now there’s Android […]
Tag Archives: freeware
August 8, 2014 |
July 16, 2014 |
Today's freeware pick is Dino Hunter Deadly Shores for Android. Check it out here.
June 15, 2014 |
The next time your kids say they're bored, whip out RedRover for Android. Here's how it works and why it'll make any parent's day.
May 31, 2014 |
Movies by Flixster with Rotten Tomatoes is our weekend freeware pick. This top app now supports AirPlay, so you can watch movies and TV on the Apple TV. Nice.
April 14, 2014 |
The makers of high-end presentation tool KV Studio are now shipping Knovio Mobile, Apple iPad freeware to make video presentations easy. Preview!
February 11, 2014 |
Screen readers aren't just for the visually-impaired. Our Lamont Wood reviews the free screen reader NVDA, freeware that will help you rest your eyes and reduce typos. It'll read docs to you. Here's how to do it. aNewDomain review.
January 17, 2014 |
Got old, broken or missing drivers? Find out how bad the situation is and fix it with SlimDrivers for Windows freeware. It's our choice for Freeware Friday.
January 16, 2014 |
The latest rev of News Republic is out. And it learns from what you read. Here's what's new in News Republic 4.0 for Android, Apple iOS. It's aNewDomain ... Alan Wallace's freeware pick.
October 8, 2013 |
Taptu for Android is a highly-rated, free news reader. But our Jeremy Lesniak is bucking the groupthink. Here's why he uninstalled it -- and what you should understand before you give this popular freeware a whirl.
September 18, 2013 |
Don't lie. You never read the EULA. You just click YES to accept the legalese terms. Quit it. Don't blindly accept terms that could compromise your privacy, sell your data to third-parties, bring you spyware and otherwise compromise you. Here's our Brian Burgess' freeware pick. It's EULAyzer. It deciphers EULAs and flags what you should worry about. An indispensable part of any techies' privacy toolbox. Happy Freeware Friday!
August 24, 2013 |
Our Mike Rothman test drives SlimDrivers, a free downloadable program for your Windows PCs that helps identify missing, outdated and broken drivers. It does the job, but there's one nagging problem ...
April 5, 2013 |
Do you screen calls? Avoid unknown callers like malaria? Reverse Lookup for Android is freeware that beats similar online systems in functionality and its in-app capabilities set it apart from the rest of the pack. Our Jeremy Lesniak, a ruthless call screener selects Reverse Lookup for Android as this week's Freeware Friday pick. Nice.
March 20, 2013 |
It's hard to find a faster, cleaner and more feature packed email client than Mozilla Thunderbird. From the Mozilla Foundation, Thunderbird is time-tested, user-approved and our Mike Rothman's pick for Freeware Friday. Works with OS X, MS Windows, Linux. Check it out.
March 18, 2013 |
I've tried a lot of chess apps and online chess games. The best yet? Chess by Post. It's great freeware for more reasons than I have pawns. Here are a few.
February 28, 2013 |
Looking for a calculator to do more than multiply and subtract? Try out MyScript Calculator for Android and Apple iOS. Ant Pruitt takes a look at this great free app for aNewDomain. It's user interface is as simple as piece of paper. And it's Ant's choice this week for Freeware Friday. Calculation never looked so -- retro.
January 24, 2013 |
Twitter delivered its Vine videosharing mobile app for iOS today. But its Find a Friend on Facebook is dead. Twitter Vine Facebook Find a Friend block? WHY?
January 4, 2013 |
Happy Friday. This week our pick is Big Mountain Software Lite for Android. It's a 3D snowboarding app. Check out the video.
December 4, 2012 |
Younity -- a new syncing and cloud service from a heavily funded US firm -- is out today and free for now. It is a multiple device system worth a deep look.
November 8, 2012 |