How to Receive Notifications of Our Latest Free Software Finds


Don't miss out on our latest free software finds. Sign up now to our free notification service and we will let you know whenever we find a new freebie that we think is of high quality and is really useful.

We offer several notification services covering different subject areas so you can subscribe just to the services that meet your needs.

Subscription is free and our notifications contain no advertising. Furthermore you will receive nothing from us other than the notifications. It's just a service we provide to our users. And of course your email address will be given to nobody.

Select the notification service that best suits your needs:

♦ Gizmo's Freeware: Top selections

This is our most popular feed. Each day Gizmo hand-selects one item from across our entire site which he considers to be of most interest to our subscribers. Items may be about free Windows utilities, interesting websites, useful articles, major updates to some of our important articles, great games and screensavers and more. Click here to see some recent items from this feed.  This feed does not contain any items about mobile apps. If you are interested in mobile apps then you should subscribe to our mobile feed as well (see below).

Frequency: Daily

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♦ Gizmo's Freeware: Mobile Apps

This consists of new free mobile app discoveries plus updates to our current recommendations. This feed is hand-selected by our Mobile Apps Editor Jojo and covers Android, iPad and iPhone apps.  Most items are available on all three platforms. Click here to see some recent items.

Frequency: 1-3 times a week

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Page Feeds

We have three special notification services each covering a popular section on the Gizmo's Freeware website. Whenever new items are posted to these sections, subscribers to the notification service for that page automatically receive notices about that item. Here are three feeds:

1. Hot Finds

The Hot Finds section of the site covers recent software finds, short tips, time limited deals and other interesting tid-bits discovered by our editors and site visitors. Click here to see some recent items.

Frequency: 3-5 times a week

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2. Tech Treats

This section of the site covers the latest tasty tech discoveries from other sites unearthed by our roving editor Rhiannon with the assistance of some of our regular software editors. This includes interesting websites and web services, free games, screensavers and useful technical articles. Click here to see some recent items.

Frequency: 3-5 times a week

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3. Tech Tips

On this page you will find tech tips, tricks and techniques from our tips editor Vic Laurie. These mainly are Windows related but do include items applicable to other platforms. Click here to see some recent items.

Frequency: 3-5 times a week

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You may unsubscribe to any of these notifications at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link that appears at the end of every email notification. Unsubscription is immediate and permanent.

Changing email address

To change your email delivery address, unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of any email notification message sent to your old address and re-subscribe using your new address from this page.


If you are receiving two or more duplicate emails from our feeds you are probably subscribed at two different email addresses.  Check the delivery addresses next time you receive duplicates and unsubscribe from one using the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the notification. 

If the addresses of both copies are the same you may be subscribed to two of our separate notifications services, a number of which carry quite similar items and thus may appear to be duplicates. Just unsubscribe to the one you don’t want.


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