ITunes Art Importer

ITunes Art Importer is a plugin for Itunes that downloads album art from Amazon.com and saves it within the music files ID3 tag. It adds...

Freeware for the holidays!

The winter holidays are just around the corner, and it’s time to get some freeware to jazz up your technology with the holiday spirit!...

Waking up is a social activity with TalkO’Clock

Currently in an open Beta version, TalkO’Clock, a “social alarm service” is a brand new way to indulge in social networking and may be...

PowerInbox enhances your Facebook, Twitter, and Groupon emails

Powerinbox is a free program that enhances your web-based email. It adds more functionality for emails from Facebook, Twitter and Groupon by allowing you...

Launcher 8: brings the Windows Phone metro interface to Android

I know someone, a sophisticated designer type who was given Nokia Lumia Windows phone to test and try out, and loves it. His take...

Seven great FREE Android widgets that you never heard of (part 1)

After a period of (mostly ambivalent) courtship, I am now officially in love with Android widgets. I have been guilty of suggesting that Android...

AppWereRabbit: backs up Android apps to SD when they’re installed or updated

This app is a kind of FREE Swiss army knife of tools for app management. Supported functions include backing up and restoring your app...

‘Listen’ to print articles and RSS feeds on-the-go as MP3 podcasts, with SoundGecko

Do you like reading articles but just don’t have the time? Would it be more convenient to LISTEN to the many articles you want...

Get GTA style flash action with Crime City

While there is very little interaction with driving per se, Crime City is still one of my favorite browser games because it is very...

Autostitch

Autostitch can automatically join multiple consecutive images together to create a single, panoramic view. It does this automatically without user involvement or intervention. In order to...

Will ‘The Minuum Keyboard’ live up to the hype?

It’s a simple concept: take the three rows of letters that constitute the QWERTY keyboard and consolidate them into one, then touch-type as you...

How to legally sign electronic documents online: DigiSigner and SignNow compared

For one or two jobs and an occasional personal instance, I have had to sign documents electronically. There are a few ways to do...

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The Best Free Antivirus for Windows – January 2016

I have been looking into the question of which free antivirus is the best for almost 10 years now, and the only way to...

“The Bafflement Fires” – an experimental game designed to manipulate your world view

We’ve always been interested in the intersection between games and art, and have written up a number of games by Jason Nelson exploring the...

Get cloud access to anything on your PC, with TackaCloud’s ‘Personal Cloud’

Although Dropbox and other cloud services have gotten us used to accessing our files anywhere from the cloud, somehow there is always that important...

Introducing: The Ballerina Monsters

Are you missing Freewaregenius and wondering what we’ve been doing for the past several months? One project I’ve been working on is: “The Ballerina...