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CE#670: The 50 Free Apps We’re Most Thankful For (Lifehacker)

The 50 Free Apps We’re Most Thankful For

Whitson Gordon

It’s the time of year where we all give thanks, and among many other things, we here at Lifehacker are thankful for all the free apps out there that improve our lives (and the developers that make them!). Here are 50 of our favorites.

We asked you which free apps you’re most thankful for, you offered hundreds of suggestions both classic and new. Here, we’ve taken your votes (and added a few of our own) and ranked our 50 apps using those votes as a guide. So without further ado, here are 50 free apps for your downloading feast.

The 50 Free Apps We’re Most Thankful For

1.    Dropbox

Category: Cloud Storage
See also: Top 10 Clever Uses for DropboxThe Cheapskate’s Guide to Getting Free Dropbox SpaceHow to Get 8GB+ Extra Dropbox Space for Free with Google AdWords,How to Supercharge Your Dropbox with Wappwolf, and more Dropbox coverage

2.    Google Chrome

Category: Web Browsers
See also: The Always Up-to-Date Power User’s Guide to ChromeHow to Really Browse Without Leaving a TraceWhich Browser Should I Use: Firefox or Chrome?How and Why Chrome Is Overtaking Firefox Among Power Users, and more Chrome coverage

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CE#638: The 100 Best Android Apps of 2012 (PCMAG.COM)

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Any Radio 1 fans out there? The Beeb is perhaps my all-time favorite general news source. Its mobile app doesn’t disappoint, letting you watch video reports, listen to live radio, clip articles for offline reading, and read the latest updates on the fly.

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CE#339: Nemo Documents – An intuitive file manager

What is Nemo Documents

Nemo is a Windows application for people with a lot of documents. It inspects your current folder structure to give you a new view of your files. Documents, images and other files are mapped into a calendar-like view that you are used to from Outlook or Google Calendar. This makes your files a lot easier to find so that you can focus on other things.

Nemo stays out of the way as much as possible, but lives in the notification area so that it’s always just a click away.

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