Windows: if you need to take screenshots on a daily basis and don’t want to use a massive photo editor for that simple task, use Free Screen Capturer instead. This simple tool takes snapshots of your desktop in several ways and saves them in all popular image formats. What’s more, it even lets you record short clips of video for screencasts or video tutorials.
Mac: Ever wanted to save radio broadcasts directly onto your hard disk? Xstreamripper for OS X can do the job for your in a few clicks. Xstreamripper integrates with your internet connection so that whenever it detects a radio stream, it immediately springs into action. Just click on “Start” and Xstreamripper will then save the songs in MP3 format.
Blackberry: There are times when we all have to have conversations we don’t really want to, but thanks to VR+ you don’t actually have to be there when they take place. The Blackberry application allows you to record voice messages in MP3 format on your device then send them as an SMS message or via a URL.