Free Software RoundUp – 2018 (Updated)
There are tons of free software’s available in the internet world. Which are free? Which are worth to use? How to find them? Shall I get a list of them?
Yes, this blog post is just for you who are looking for free software’s that can improve their digital life to the next level.
Here is the round-up of the best software’s available to use in 2016.
Evernote – Best note taking service on the planet. Save notes, images, and articles for the lifetime.
OneNote – Note taking service from Microsoft. You can use OneNote for free.
Wunderlist – Best todo list app that gives most of the features for free. If you are planning a holiday, sharing a shopping list with a partner or managing multiple work projects, Wunderlist is perfect for you.
Any.do – Simple task management app to get things done.
Pocket – Best read it later service. When you find something you want to view later, put it in Pocket.
Instapaper – A great alternative to Pocket. Instapaper is the service I’m using to articles, videos, for offline reading.
Readability – A free web and mobile app for reading compatibility.
LastPass – Best password manager available right now. LastPass remembers your passwords so that you can focus on the most important things in life.
TeamViewer – TeamViewer works as a PC remote control/remote access software, free for personal use and business purposes.
Trello – The large free project management software that will supercharge your productivity to the next level.
Asana – Asana is a project management tool that helps teams to track their work—and get results.
Producteev – Producteev helped hundreds of thousands of teams work faster with better results.
Bitrix24 – Bitrix24 is a popular Free Collaboration Platform With CRM, Tasks, Projects, Documents, and Messaging software.
Online Backup – Free Cloud Storage
Google Drive – Google Drive gives a 15 GB of free cloud storage space that cane be used to save your important photos, videos, and documents for free.
Dropbox – Dropbox gives 2 GB free storage for all use, and you can earn more space by referring your friends to Dropbox. You’ll get a 500 MB bonus when they install Dropbox on their computer.
Box – Box.com offers a 10 GB of free cloud storage space for all users.
Sync – Sync.com is one of the cloud storage services that gives 100% private cloud that guarantees your privacy by providing end-to-end encryption that means only you have the access to the keys. They offer a 5 GB free space for all users that will always be free. Read my Sync.com review here.
pCloud – pCloud offers 10 GB free online storage space for all who signed up for their service.
Pixlr – A great alternative to Adobe Photoshop. Pixlr work in layers, replace color, transform objects, and more just from your browser.
Paint – Simple free software for Digital Photo Editing.
GIMP – GIMP is a cross-platform image editor available for GNU/Linux, OS X, Windows and more operating systems
Canva – Canva is the graphic design software I’m using to do my simple image editing works.
Image Optim – Image Optim saves disk space & bandwidth by compressing images without losing quality.
Compressor – I think this is the only perfect tool that compresses image up t0 70% and maintaining a high quality with almost no difference before and after compression.
Video Editing, Playback, and Entertainment
VLC – The open source video editor everyone loves. VLC plays most multimedia files as well as DVDs, Audio CDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols.
Kodi – Kodi is an another open source cross-platform software media player and entertainment hub for digital media.
WeVideo – Free online video editor and maker.
Blender – Blender is a professional free and open-source 3D computer graphics software product used for creating animated films, visual effects, art, 3D printed models, etc.
Lightworks – The video editor for everyone.
Pandora – Pandora is free, personalized radio that plays music you’ll love. Pandora is currently available for the listeners who are in the US, Australia, and New Zealand.
Spotify – Spotify is an ad-supported digital music service that gives you access to millions of songs.
Audacity – Audacity is free, open source, cross-platform audio software for multi-track recording and editing.
Google Docs – Great way to create and share documents online.
Google Sheets – Edit Spreadsheets on Your Computer on the go with Google Sheets.
Quip – Quip helps you to create document and spreadsheet, so it’s easy to discuss, revise, and reach a final decision. You can import your Evernote Notes, Google Drive, Dropbox files to work with Quip.
LibreOffice – Free open source office suite for all users.
OpenOffice – OpenOffice comes with six suites like Word Processor, Spreadsheets, Presentations, Graphics, Database Manipulation, and Mathematical Equations.
Jarte – Jarte is a free Word Processor based on Microsoft’s Wordpad engine.
Atom – Atom is a text editor that’s modern, approachable, yet hackable to the core.
YouTube – The world’s favorite video sharing platform from Google.
Vimeo – Vimeo is a freemium video sharing service that lets you share videos privately with friends and family, or with the whole world.
Wistia – Wistia is a business video hosting service comes with a free plan that lets you upload five videos per month.
Skype – Free video and audio calling for all.
Slack – Slack is real-time messaging, archiving and search for modern teams.
Telegram – A perfect alternative to WhatsApp.
Viber – Viber lets you send messages and make calls for free.
Jing – Jing is a computer service that lets you capture basic video, animation, and still images.
OneDrive – Microsoft’s cloud storage service that gives 5 GB of free space for all users.
SHAREit – SHAREit is a file sharing app that works across multiple operating systems.
Dashlane – Dashlane is a free password manager and free form filler service that helps you to manage passwords in secure ways.
Calibre – A popular e-Book manager converter and reader.
File Zilla – File Zilla is a free FTP client distributed free of charge under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
Pushbullet – Pushbullet connects your devices and share image, files, videos across.
Sync.in – Sync.in is a web based word processor for people to collaborate in real-time.
Nimbuzz – Nimbuzz is a popular instant messenger to chat and calls your friends.