Lifehacker is a famous blog about life hacks and technology. It was 1st launched on the 31 of January 2005 by Gawker Media with an exclusive sponsorship by famous Japanese Sony Corporation. The founder, Gina Trapani, was the only blogger for more than half a year. Then, in September, Erica Sadun and D. Keith Robinson joined her.
In the same year, Lifehacker was named among “50 Coolest Web Sites” by Times and got its place in “Blog 100” of CNET. In 2006 the web service was included in “25 Sites We Can’t Live Without” list, and finally, in 2009 it was nominated one of the “25 Best Blogs of 2009”. These are just a couple of awards to name. Among other companies that awarded Lifehacker are PC Magazine, Mensa, Wired, Weblog Awards, and so on.
Since its first launch, the blog has become popular all over the world. Nowadays it includes articles by such people as Matt Haughey, an American programmer, web designer, and MetaFilter founder, Meg Hourihan, the
The web blog covers a huge variety of topics such as any kind of life hacks (as it is clear from the title), Microsoft Windows and related free and paid software, Mac operating system and Mac programs, Linux, iOS, Android and mobile apps.
Freemake was launched in July 2010. The 1st software that was uploaded to our website was Freemake converting tool for online and offline movies. The program was aslo widely used as DVD ripping software. We were working hard researching what options to include in the very 1st version, creating a great and user-friendly design for everyone. And finally, we did our best to provide a good free alternative to expensive and overloaded in functions programs that required advanced tech knowledge to be used.
Although our tools have not been on the market for a long time, many users have already tried them and have become our loyal fans. We have received many emails with positive feedback and great suggestions for future software versions and would like to thank you all for what you do.
LifeHacker notes: “With all video converting apps out there, it can get a bit overwhelming. Freemake combines almost everything you need into a clean, simple, one-stop-shop for all your video converting, editing, and burning needs”.
Freemake team has done a lot of work to be worth this award. For example, we have developed a unique algorithm to burn up to 40 hours of video content onto a DVD disc. Read here how it really works.