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5. Videojug

Videojug
  • Reviewed on: 1 September 10
  • RRP: FREE
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With the catchline 'get good at life' Videojug is a website stocked with thousands of videos, articles and answers, with advice on just about everything.

Read our Videojug review.

4. LongBox Digital

LongBox Digital
  • Reviewed on: 27 July 10
  • RRP: Free
  • Rating: ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

Whether LongBox Digital is digital comics' killer app remains to be seen. It faces stiff competition on the PC from the Flash-based ComiXology on the Web, which has a major foothold on tablet and smartphone devices, as well as Marvel & DC support, but lacks the advantage of being a desktop app. LongBox, Inc. is developing mobile and videogame console support that will allow a user to buy in on one device and read anywhere (as you can currently do between the PC and Mac versions). In the meantime, for an application-based, Web-independent digital comics solution, LongBox Digital can't be beat.

Read our LongBox Digital review.

3. Wikipedia

Wikipedia
  • Reviewed on: 1 September 10
  • RRP: FREE
  • Rating: ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

An unsurpassed amount of information, but some facts need to be taken with a pinch of salt. Wikipedia is the web's encyclopedia.

Read our Wikipedia review.

2. Open University Online

Open University Online
  • Reviewed on: 1 September 10
  • RRP: FREE
  • Rating: ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

A free and vast repository of verified information on a variety of subjects. The Open University Online is a great website.

Read our Open University Online review.

1. Join.me

Join.me
  • Reviewed on: 21 October 10
  • RRP: FREE
  • Rating: ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

Join.me is an absolute, cast-iron winner. As a staggeringly simple and effective way to work collaboratively, we've seen nothing better than Join.me.

Read our Join.me review.