Review Amazon Prime Video is a fantastic side benefit of Prime Shipping, but is it worth having all by itself?
Review Mickey’s Typing Adventure is a wonderful popular choice among all typing for kids software, with familiar characters to keep them entertained.
Review A solid, smart piece of software, Typing Quick and Easy is a good set of lessons… even if it lacks personality and color.
Review Typing Instructor for Kids Platinum 5 is a comprehensive typing program for children, but parents installing it won’t find it perfect.
Review Mavis Beacon Keyboarding Kidz is a superb, cheap way to help your children learn to type, and a perfect way to learn if you’re stuck indoors.
REVIEW Costco Photo Center is easy to use and has great photo editing tools, but you can only use it if you're a Costco member.
REVIEW Piano with Christie Peery can be found on ArtistWorks. Using the ‘Peery method’, you’ll learn classical piano rigorously, with pricing that reflects the experience on offer.
REVIEW Playground Sessions immerses you in the world of piano, but lets you take learning at your own pace.
Review ProWritingAid is handy for students looking to better structure their papers, but isn't a great grammar checker.
Review AudiobooksNow is a good discount retailer, with a good stock, but it can't match up to regular subscription services.
Review Smart Pix Manager is an older photo organizer, and it struggles to compete with more modern packages.
Review Designed to work with photos, Comic Life 3 is ideal for anyone looking to make comics without actual drawing.
REVIEW eBid is an online auction site with an exceptionally large marketplace, user database, and free listings.
Review Simply Audiobooks offers audiobook rental on CDs, with free shipping both to and from your home.
Review Pixton is a very basic comic maker, ideal for children to try and create their own basic comic strips.
REVIEW With a great variety of photo card options with frequent discounts, Mixbook Photo Cards get the right balance between affordability and quality.