Software Alternatives & Reviews


DMOZ is a multilingual open-content directory of World Wide Web links.

DMOZ Alternatives

The best DMOZ alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Editors hand-pick every website and blog, making listings consistent, relevant, and unique.

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    A general web directory that lists business and informative websites under various categories for...

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    A SEO friendly free link directory where you can find best sites selected by hand and sorted by category. For webmasters, the submission is fast and painless.

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    Free & Global Business Listings submission List of companies, partnerships, list of factories, all industrial estates, with goWorkable. Search listings and enjoy a simple, Global business locator, made for web business. Add listings today

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    Curlie is the largest human-edited directory of the Web.

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    Web directory that provides website listings with short descriptions for reference.

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    idmoz Expand the largest, most comprehensive, human-reviewed directory of the web like

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    W3DIR is a web directory powered by humans.

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    Web directory edited by people.

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    Community-driven catalog of learning resources. Links to resources are organized by topics (broad to specific) and rated/reviewed by users so you see which ones are the best. It's free and open for everyone.

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