Home & FamilyFor those that use their computer or smartphone or tablet as a means to an end, a way to shop more conveniently, or a tool to help their kids learn and grow up while being engaged in an exciting new way, the apps and services on this page are for you.
From tried and true shopping sites such as Amazon to apps that help with content filtering such as K9 Web Protection, there are a breadth of resources for people with families to ensure that everyone can utilize technology in the safest, most efficient way possible.
Most popular apps
Lifehacker is a tech blog that provides tips and downloads for getting things done, both on your computer and in real life.
Gramps is a Free Software Project for Genealogy, offering a professional cross-platform genealogy program, and a wiki open to all.
From useful and entertaining how-tos and hacks, to delicious recipes and outrageous inventions, Instructables is the place to explore, document, and share your creations.
Compare price, specs, reviews and benchmarks for smartphones and tablets. Find the perfect mobile at the best price from thousands of web pages.
The WikiTree community is growing a free worldwide family tree. The site is 100% free. There are no premium memberships.
Pick Parts. Build Your PC. Compare And Share.
Shopping list that improves the quality of your grocery shopping by making it easier, faster, and most importantly smarter. It is all you would want out of a grocery list and more.
MyHeritage is a family-oriented social network service and genealogy website.
FamilySearch is a genealogy organization operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.