• Jennifer Pauli, 1 year ago

    Thank you, this is a great selection of apps for the student. I also recommend the essay shortener, you can read more about it. Nowadays' authors in the US are well equipped to give quality academic paper services; professional staff possess a comprehensive understanding of the technicalities of academic writing and also possess the expertise of working with varied people in varied fields, such as academics, students, academicians, professors, universities and schools.

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  • Adam Logan, almost 2 years ago

    +1 for Affinity Suite of apps, excellent alternatives to Adobe's flagship products. I've been using Foxit PDF Pro as a replacement for Adobe Acrobat, it's a steal at educational pricing for a full-featured PDF editor/reader with cloud service and mobile app thrown in.

    Blender should definitely be on that list as well for 3d modeling, some use it to do post/ visual effects and others use it to do CAD, it's very extendable.

    If audacity is on that list for audio production, Gimp , Inkscape, Scribus and Libre Office or Open Office deserve a place there too as FOSS options although pretty much all of the FOSS options are not nearly as user-friendly as paid solutions.

    Tex is ideal for serious publishing needs, the learning curve is steep, but very versatile and sustainable compared to desktop publishing in proprietary formats.

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  • Paul Bunyar, almost 2 years ago

    Though not free, the Affinity apps are a good set of creative applications — Designer, Photo, and Publisher. Each one is only $50 USD. Sketch is $99 for a year. And Figma has a free option.

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  • Ibrahim NergizIbrahim Nergiz, almost 2 years ago

    Thank you!

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  • Song Stribling, almost 2 years ago

    Where's GIMP?

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