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Disney +

For Disney's legions of Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar fans who want to enjoy those movies, and their extra features, the service is easily worth the relatively low monthly fee.

FuboTV

Plenty of channels and improved menus make FuboTV better than ever, but it still lags behind the best live TV streaming services.

Editors' Choice
$8.99 at Netflix

Netflix

Netflix remains the top TV and movie streaming service, thanks to its ease of use, lack of commercials and original content.

Nvidia GeForce Now

Nvidia's GeForce Now would be terrific if we could rely on consistent game support and more transparency by Nvidia.

Adobe Acrobat DC

Adobe Document Cloud, its apps and applications look like a very good start, but you may want to wait a bit before jumping in with anything other than Fill & Sign.

Editors' Choice
$599.99 MSRP

OmniPage Pro 12.0 Office

If you've outgrown the starter software that came with your scanner, OmniPage Pro 12.0 Office is your best next step.

DirecTV Now

DirecTV Now delivers an impressive mix of channels for the money, but people who prioritize a cloud DVR should look elsewhere.

Yahoo Messenger with Voice

Free voice calls and voicemail, built-in Web searches, and drag-and-drop photo sharing make Yahoo's new instant messenger a fun, powerful IM tool.

Amazon Unbox Video Downloads

Amazon Unbox has taken its knocks, but it's a strong choice if you own a Windows PMC, or if you don't mind watching movies on your monitor.

Google Maps for Mobile

Despite some limitations, Google Maps for Mobile is a simple and handy app that brings interactive maps, driving directions, and traffic info to your mobile device.

Netvibes

If you want to fill a personal home page with dozens of individualized newsfeeds and tools, Netvibes does a cleaner job than rival services from bigger brand names.

Google Talk beta

Google's IM client is bare-bones, though it lets Gmail users chat by text and voice for free.

Google Gmail Beta

Google Gmail Beta

Google Apps

Google Apps lets you brand online services with your own URL, but it doesn't eat the costs of domain registration as Microsoft Office Live does.

Orb

If you often wish you had a way to share your photos and home movies while away, Orb might be the perfect solution.

Google Home 2006

Google Home is a breezy service that lets you create a custom sign-in page chock-full of news and widgets.

Yahoo Go for TV beta

Fresh on the heels of its acquisition of DVR company Meedio, Yahoo's entry in the alternative Media Center front-end sweepstakes, Yahoo Go for TV, is currently available as a beta release from the company's Web site. The program offers easy media management in a free package, but hardware support is limited, and the emphasis on driving branded online content knocks local file browsing to second place.

Google Desktop 2

The brainy Google Desktop 2 does a mixed job anticipating the content you want. Still, it provides a handy link to files, apps, and Web sites that you access the most, and its search is powerful, too.

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