Don't-Miss Web & communication software Stories
There’s nothing wrong with Apple’s native Contacts app. But if you’re in business, have a large family, communicate with a lot of people, or do that communication in a lot of ways, Buzz Contacts is the far superior choice.
The Skype app on iOS offers a polished VoIP experience, with video chat to boot.
Triage isn't a full-featured email app: It's focused solely on helping you plow through the unread messages in your inbox. Lex Friedman is impressed.
The decidedly different Sleipnir 4 is a breath of fresh air in the world of Web browsers.
After an extended test drive, a longtime Reader addict finds Feedly to be a more-than-serviceable replacement.
Although it sports a well thought-out design for the iPad, Izik's search capabilities are not quite up-to-snuff with its mainstream competitors.
Yandex Browser is a Russian browser built mostly from the open-source version of Google’s Chrome.
Website design program has the latest in HTML technologies, but it can be a little rough around the edges.
Macsimize Software attempts to revive Eudora with this email client.
Formerly known as Read it Later, Pocket is a simple service that lets you save content you want to read or watch in the future. It works beautifully.
IFTTT is a free service that lets you connect your social media, photo and other Web services to each other. Luckily, it's far easier to use than it is to explain. Or spell.
MailPop Pro for Gmail cheerfully fulfills all the functions of a lightweight Gmail client. But it also adds little to distinguish itself from a passel of similar rivals—which makes its few negative differences stand out even more.
Email Pro for Gmail is a slender app that provides a convenient way to access your Gmail email directly from your desktop.
Say goodbye to Apple's Mail app. Mailbox, a new, free app for iPhone, is better in numerous ways--provided you use Gmail.
Looking for a new email client? Inky's sharp design, smart features, and overall plucky cheerfulness may win you over.