Software Alternatives & Reviews

Grid

Grid is software designed to assist professionals in creating quality software. The software features a number of essential features for dedicated coding specialists, each of which can prove invaluable in the long run. Read more about Grid.

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Grid Alternatives

The best Grid alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    image and video hosting website

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    Imgur is a free and simple image hosting service with image editing feature. Signup is optional.

  3. Software for managing online ordering, delivery and loyalty for multi-unit restaurants

    Try for free paid Free Trial $459.0 / Monthly (2500 monthly orders)

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    Automated window management for Mac ✨

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    Connect, get inspired, and grow your skills.

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    ACDSee is an image viewer that uses very little system resources, and it has a small, sleek size that won't take up much space on your system.

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    Photobucket offers image hosting and free photo and video sharing.

  8. Move your mouse over the green zoom button in any window, and Moom's mouse control overlay will appear (as seen in the above animation).

  9. The Dock replacement for the Mac.

  10. Generate a website from 📗 Google Sheets

    paid $348.0 / Annually (Basic / 1 domain)

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    Download Adobe Bridge CC digital asset management software when you get started with Adobe Creative Cloud. Start your free trial today.

  12. A lightweight window manager for your OSX.

  13. Build embeddable calculators and charts in just a few clicks! Powered by your spreadsheets, there is no code required!

    freemium $60.0 / Monthly (Professional tier)

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    Lychee is an open-source, free software program for self-hosted photo management. It can be installed on the user's own server or website. The software permits the uploading and management of photos and also makes sharing photos very easy.

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