If you need a good photo editor, but you don’t want to pay $700 or you need an inexpensive alternative to Microsoft Office, there are alternatives.
The world of software is much bigger than the big name commercial programs that we have all heard of and often time there are even free alternatives
Open source programs are collaborative ventures that allow programmers from around the world to help in the development and its open to anyone that want to use it.
A great website for discovering inexpensive alternatives to expensive commercial programs is Alternativeto.net.
Simply put the program that you want into the alternativeto search box at the top and whammo! You’ve got alternatives that you never knew existed!
Based on users recommendations they’ll list great alternatives to the applications you want to replace.
You can find alternative software for Windows, Mac, iPhone and iPad, Android, Linux and Blackberry.
Now when you need an alternative to (fill in the blank) go to alternativeto.net.
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