Free software is the new mainstream.
It’s being used by thousands of organizations to create apps, games, and other services that are meant to help the disabled, like video games.
But it’s also becoming the new norm.
Here’s a list of some of the top free programs you can try to make the world a little bit more contented.1.
Adobe Flash, Free version available from Adobe.com2.
Audacity, Free and Premium versions available from Audacity.com3.
Audition, Free versions available at Audition.com4.
Audible, Free free audiobook app available at audible.com5.
Audirest, Free software for the visually impaired available at audirest.com6.
Avidemux, Free open source software for audio editing available at avidemux.org7.
Baidu Translator, Free Translator available at baidu.com8.
Blink, Free to use open source translation software available at blink.com9.
Blur, Free image editing and conversion software available from blur.com10.
Browsershare, Free browser-based photo editing and sharing software available on Blur.net11.
Corel Draw, Free graphics editor available at corel.com12.
Cinephilia and Beyond, Free video and image editing software available via cinephile.com13.
Cinemagraph, Free photo editor available on Cinemagraph.com14.
Corey’s Video, Free online video editor available from corey’svideo.com15.
Coreo, Free, open source video editing software including an editor for Mac and Windows available at cygnus.com16.
Cubase, Free audio and video editor, including Cubase Live and Cubase Pro, available at cubase.com17.
Dreamworks Cinema, Free editing software, including editing for video and audio editing for the iPad available at dreamworks.com18.
Evernote, Free document management app available on evernote.com19.
Focal Tilt, Free virtual reality and AR content creation and production software available through FocalTilt.com20.
Flixster, Free social networking software, available from flixster.com21.
Google Photos, Free Google Photos and Google+ photo editing software for Android available at googlephotos.com22.
Google Reader, Free ebook reader available at gmail.com23.
Imgur, Free images, video, and music sharing site available at imgur.com24.
JotForm, Free email and calendar creation and editing software at jotform.com25.
LiveJournal, Free livejournal.com and LiveJournal Plus mobile apps available on LiveJournal.com26.
Myspace, Free blogging, social networking, and video sharing service available on myspace.com27.
Nixle, Free web app for managing your email, calendar, and more available at nixle.com28.
Okular, Free Android photo editing application available at okular.com29.
Pixlr, Free digital photo editing tool available at pixlr.com30.
Runtastic, Free media sharing and photo editing app available from runtastic.com31.
ScreenShot, Free screen shot and editing tool for Android on Google Play, available on screenshot.com32.
SoundCloud, Free music and video streaming service available from soundcloud.com33.
Studio One, Free app for creating music and videos on a PC available at studioone.com34.
The Creators Project, Free content creation tool available from thecreatorsproject.com35.
Vimeo, Free streaming video and photo sharing app available through vimeo.com36.
Vine, Free mobile video sharing and video editing app on Android available from vine.com37.
Voxer, Free visual story-telling app available via voxer.com38.
Zazzle, Create, edit, and share free designs and animations available from zazzle.tv39.
YouTube, Free site for uploading videos, music, and art available at youtube.com