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Friday, February 10, 2012

50 Free Apps We’re Most Thankful For

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50 Free Apps We’re Most Thankful For

As we prepare to give thanks for our delicious Thanksgiving meals (and impending food comas), let's not forget to pay our yearly tribute to the wonderful developers who bring us our favorite free apps.
When we asked you last week which free apps you're most thankful for, you offered hundreds of votes for great apps (so thank you). We're back now to present the top free apps you nominated and a few of our own favorites. So without further ado, here are 50 free apps for your downloading feast.

The 50 Free Apps We're Most Thankful For

  1. Dropbox

  2. Google Chrome

  3. Firefox

  4. Evernote

  5. Notepad++

  6. Skype

    Category: VoIP
    See also: our full Skype coverage
  7. VLC (Video Lan Client)

  8. Gmail

  9. 7-zip

    Category: File Compression
    See also: Hive Five Winner for Best File Compression Tool: 7-Zip
  10. TeamViewer

  11. uTorrent

  12. Spotify

  13. Google Maps

    Category: Maps
    See also: Our complete Google Maps coverage
  14. Google Reader

    Category: RSS Newsreader
    See also: Our complete Google Reader coverage
  15. Google Voice

  16. HandBrake

  17. CCleaner

  18. GIMP

  19. Wordpress

  20. FileZilla

  21. ImgBurn

  22. VirtualBox

  23. KeePass

  24. Launchy


  26. Paint.NET

  27. Rainmeter

  28. Revo Uninstaller

  29. Simplenote

  30. Winamp

  31. XBMC

  32. CyanogenMod

    Category: Android Custom Firmware
    See also: How to Choose the Right Android ROM for You and more CyanogenMod coverage
  33. Eclipse

    Category: Software Development
    See also: Tips for Using Eclipse Effectively
  34. Google Calendar

    Category: Calendar
    See also: Our full Google Calendar coverage
  35. Inkscape

    Category: Image Editing
    See also: Manipulate Vector Images with Open Source Inkscape
  36. LastPass

  37. Linux

    Category: Operating System
    See also: Our complete Linux coverage
  38. Open Office

  39. Opera

  40. Picasa

  41. PuTTY

  42. SoundHound

  43. Thunderbird

  44. Twitter

  45. Wunderlist

  46. TrueCrypt

  47. AutoHotkey

  48. Instapaper

  49. Quicksilver

  50. Pidgin

So those are the 50. Dropbox took the lead again this year with 5.52% of the votes, followed by Chrome with 3.76%, and Firefox with 3.17%. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
Photo remixed from an original by RetroClipArt / Shutterstock.

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