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Online meeting service offers basic tools, but also a clunky interface and a few bugs.
IBM's online conferencing service takes care of the basics, but it's missing several features its competitors offer.
QuoteFix is a plug-in for Mac OS X's Mail that "fixes" replies and forwarded messages by placing replies below quoted text, stripping previous signatures, and removing quotes above a certain level.
E-mail client and personal information manager leaves Entourage behind.
While Livecage offers a range of online broadcasting and conferencing tools, the service lacks cohesion and polish. If you’re looking to sell videos, you might persevere though the slap-dash interface. But for media sharing and online conferencing, most users will want to look elsewhere.
Need to have a meeting? Don't want to fly everyone to the same place? WebEx offers just about every online conferencing tool you could want.
An online conferencing service that specializes in delivering high-resolution files quickly.
Online conferencing service fine for simple meetings, but lacks some more advanced features.
This app focuses on helping you navigate your e-mail without having to look at your phone's screen. And while there's a clever concept behind this text-to-voice e-mail reader, it simply doesn't prove to be very useful in practice.
Don't confuse this app from Mozilla as a replacement for your iPhone's built-in browser. But if you just want a way to access Firefox data like opened tabs, bookmarks, and browsing history from your mobile device, there’s no better solution.
Share files on the Internet with CloudApp.
Mail 4.3 offers no earth-shattering upgrades, just the same dependable, well-crafted, easy-to-use experience it always has.
This Twitter client stands out from the crowd with support for beautiful, community-designed themes and rules for filtering or even redesigning your stream of tweets.