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Maybe you've heard of GIMP and maybe not but it's one of our favorite free programs for images.
We use it for logos, avatars, icons and any sort of image stuff we need to do. As Photoshop is so expensive, this free program that does just about everything that Photoshop does, is a great alternative.
We found that many of the Photoshop tutorials also work for GIMP.
Might want to give it a try next time you need to make or change images.
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We are revisiting mobile app wrappers. These are tools that let you create mobile apps for your site. They are basic apps and without a lot of the functionality that you would get from purchased, custom mobile apps, however, they should work fine for what most small sites need.
There's a video tutorial here for how to use one of the app tools we'll link below.
The three mobile app wrapper sites he mentioned in that tutorial are:
There are also the ones we listed in this thread at ScriptTechs main site. mobile app wrappers and some of those are used by some mobile app creators that sell for around $400 - 600 or so.
Just remember that you still have to pay Apple and Google their yearly fees.