The latest collection of web apps and tools for our readers. These websites or software are freely available or come with decent free account option. Indulge.
A single lightweight app to monitor Twitter, Facebook and MySpace.
Seamless streaming access to millions of music tracks for free (with the odd advert, natch).
3. Google Docs
Deal with words and spreadsheets online, and share them easily.
Back up and rip DVDs for your PC or PMP – but strictly for your own personal use, of course.
Music creation fun and games with some of the functionality of professional paid-for apps.
Bit of a no-brainer. Yes, music can be bought cheaper elsewhere, but the podcast library is unrivalled.
See all your Google Image and Flickr search results in a funky, Cover-Flow type of way.
Desktop RSS reader that keeps your news organised and displays it in an attractive way.
Free Mac and PC photo editing app. Not as powerful as Photoshop Elements, but they are free.
10. Quake Live
Not just a hasty port to the cloud, but a remastered online version with training and skill-ranked opponents.