Monday, June 11, 2012

10 Must Have Free Apps for Freelancers


When you want to be an industry leader, you must have to be smart & organized. Nowadays most of the freelancers uses many applications for organized their work. here's 10 Must Have Free Apps for Freelancers, who want to be a successful freelancer.

1. CamStudio
This app can instantly record a screen and audio activity on your computer and create industry-standard AVI video files and using its built-in SWF Producer can turn those AVIs into lean, mean, bandwidth-friendly Streaming Flash videos (SWFs) . CamStudiocomes in handy if you create tutorials, troubleshoot issues that are too complicated to explain via email, or want to show off your work to a potential client.

2. Project HQ
Project HQ is a great-looking project management tool can be called Basecamp alternative. Not only does it help you manage multiple projects, include the ability to track projects, milestones, and create task lists and tasks.

3. Flow
Flow is a web-based task management app. With Flow, everything relating to your project (files, deadlines, tasks, and discussions) are centralized for everyone in one place.

4. Google Doc
Google Docs is one of the best tools available when you need to share documents or collaborate with fellow freelancers. You can easily create and edit a variety of file types like documents, spreadsheets, forms, and presentations. A recent update added some helpful new features, including a more streamlined sharing process.

5. Picnik (Free)
Need to re-size an image or crop a photo? Picnik should do the trick. It is a very simple-but-useful editing tool that you can use to crop, re-size and automatically enhance your images and photos. It also has an extension for Google’s Chrome browser.

6. Ge.tt
With 2GB of free space and the ability to share files while uploading, Ge.tt is a file-sharing app that makes uploading and distributing files of any size pretty seamless. You can also reuse links and get statistics for your documents – keeping track of how many times your file has been downloaded, for example.

7. Wave (Free)
If numbers are not your specialty, life just got a bit easier. Wave is a free accounting application that looks after your bookkeeping so you can focus on your work. For example, it can automatically categorize your expenses, and it learns as you use the program. You can also access Wave through its Google Chrome app.

8. Feedly
Feedly is a mulch-platform, a cross-browser web app that syncs with Google Reader and displays your RSS feeds beautifully – it practically invites you to sit down and read through every article. Beyond its attractive interface, Feedly lets you share articles via social networks and save content to read later.

9. Simplenote
If you are looking for a note-taking application that is not too heavy on features, Simplenote is one of the best. Using your free account, you can create notes on your computer or phone and organize them using tags or pins – which help keep specific notes at the top of the pile. You can also review older versions of notes and sync your account with third-party applications.

10. Toggl
Toggl is a time-tracking tool Nice interface, simple to use, and there’s both a web version and now a downloadable version (Windows only). And it’s free.

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