Top 100 Essential Software to Everyone Must Use 2022

Kindly note that you can talk about how it could be very beneficial to people to learn how to use software online from home – that many businesses would have to close their doors, some will lose jobs, and would be forced to stay home in those coronavirus days. There is no better time to switch to online work with help of this software.

Lots Of companies help in Corona Virus in Epidemic.



  1. Communications

1. Zoom*: Zoom is used by our sales, marketing, customer success, and product teams. Obviously for sales calls, demos, and internal conferencing some solution is needed within any org, and Zoom is the best product we’ve tried in its category.


2.RingCentral*: RingCentral is used as our primary method of communication for Phone, Video Conferencing, Screen Sharing, and messaging.



3. Google: Free, premium version of its workplace video chat tool until July, to help businesses and schools working remotely due to coronavirus. Those features include having up to 250 participants per call, live streaming for up to 100,000 viewers within a domain, and the ability to record meetings and save them to Google Drive.



4. Slack*: Free upgrades to paid plans for teams working on coronavirus pandemic research, response, or mitigation. Interested teams can email a special address to get this setup and a consultation on how best to get started with remote collaboration.



5. Comcast: Free Xfinity WiFi for everyone, with hotspots available to all, including non-Xfinity subscribers. To access the service, look for the “xfinitywifi” network name in a list of hotspots.




6.LogMeIn: LogMeIn Central is a pure, cloud-based remote monitoring and management solution enabling IT professionals to effectively monitor, manage, and secure their endpoint infrastructure.




7. Loom*: Free video recording and sharing service for teachers and students at K-12 schools, universities, and educational institutions. They have also removed the recording limit on free plans and have cut the price for Loom Pro in half.




8. Intermedia: Whether in the office, in the car, at home, or a coffee shop, Intermedia Unite and all of its communication and collaboration capabilities go with you, so you can seamlessly get work done and stay connected to colleagues and clients.




9. Vidyard: Vidyard introduces secure video messaging to enhance internal communications during the Coronavirus pandemic. Now available to all businesses for free.




10. Discord: Free, enhanced Go Live streaming service so that it can now support 50 simultaneous users rather than 10.




11. Panopto: Free three-month access to capture and distribute video content for businesses, universities, colleges, and schools will enable employees and students to continue learning and working remotely.




12.BlueJeans*: Free access to video conference service to first responders and NGOs for 90-days.Improve productivity with meeting highlights and transcription and simplify management with live meeting controls, analytics, and automated alerts. Protect your organization from malicious attacks, safeguard end-user privacy, and establish trust with everyone that joins your meeting.




13. 8×8: Free video meetings for all users. Offers 80+ local dial-in numbers (11 toll-free) from 55+ countries and meetings of up to 50 participants without any time restrictions. 8×8 cloud solutions help businesses transform their customer and employee experience. With one system of engagement for voice, video, collaboration, and contact center and one system of intelligence on one technology platform, businesses can now communicate faster and smarter to exceed the speed of customer expectations.




14. Bloomz: Free premium version of its communication service to all schools through Jun. 30, 2020. The software allows users to communicate updates in real-time to parents and students; and share lessons, student work, and feedback.

Bloomz is great software, if you are either a teacher or a parent, allowing for easy communication with everyone involved with the students education making it a more streamlined and enjoyable experience, with messaging, calendars, and updates of the class the student frequents to help you better understand




15. EZTexting: Free emergency text alert services to schools. Receive 100,000 free outgoing text messages for six months, access to a set of coronavirus message templates, and one-on-one consulting.




16. Lifesize: Free unlimited licenses for all organizations impacted by coronavirus worldwide are immediately eligible to use the company’s cloud-based video collaboration platform for six months.

From all-hand spaces and boardrooms to small huddle rooms, our cloud-based solutions bring 4K video conferencing and wireless presentation to all your meeting spaces.




17. Ribbon Communications: Free Work@Home licenses are available until June 30, 2020. With Work@Home, enterprises that need to switch their operational model to an all-remote workforce have access to a complete Unified Communications and Collaboration solution.




18. Panopto: Free three-month access to capture and distribute video content for businesses, universities, colleges, and schools will enable employees and students to continue learning and working remotely.




19. Yext: Free, new site search product, Yext Answers, for 90 days. Eligible businesses will be able to transform their website into a search engine capable of answering consumers’ COVID-19 specific queries in real-time.

Next is now fundamentally embedded into our marketing initiatives and digital presence system. The purpose of our digital and search presence is to drive diners into our actual restaurant locations time and again, and that is where Yext is invaluable




20. Jamm: Free audio-visual communication tool used by remote and distributed teams. You can quickly record videos or do a live call with your team. Available for 3 months.




Collaboration and productivity 

1. Microsoft: Free six-month Office 365 E1 Trial, including Microsoft Teams.

2. Atlassian: Free access to Cloud products for issue-tracking and project-tracking software including Jira and Confluence. Also, Free access to Trello Business Class for organizing plans is offered for one year to educators at K-12 and higher education.

3. Zoho: Free suite of Remotely apps until July 1. There are 11 apps in all, including ones for online meetings, training sessions, storage, project management, and everyday work (in the form of word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations).

4. Dropbox*: Free Dropbox Business and HelloSign Enterprise subscriptions for three months to nonprofits and NGOs that are focused on fighting COVID-19. Organizations working to stop the virus or providing relief to those impacted are encouraged to apply.

5. Box: Free secure file sharing and collaboration platform for 3 months. The offer is for the Business plan and includes unlimited storage, mobile access, and advanced user and security reporting.

6. Wrike: Free licenses of the versatile collaborative work management platform (Professional edition) to new customers for 6 months. Current customers can add unlimited collaborators. Webinars and advice on remote work are both on the website.

7. Smartsheet: Free templates that can be used by other organizations to build their coronavirus preparedness dashboard, rich with CDC documentation and other resources, and related sheets and forms.

8.PandaDoc*: Free design plan gives companies unlimited users, unlimited document uploads, unlimited eSignatures, and payment processing.

9. Docusign: Free access to Docusign for managing electronic agreements.

10. Lucidchart: Free single user account with access to Lucidchart introductory library and basic templates. Lucidchart is the ultimate online collaboration platform where teams can share, collaborate, visualize complex concepts and save their work in real-time.

11. Airtable*: Free use of Airtable Pro plan as a modern database for any non-political, humanitarian effort tackling COVID relief. There is no time limit. It is also planning to make service free for students too.

12. Calendly*: Free Zoom And GoToMeeting integrations for their online appointment scheduling software to help remote workers stay connected. These were previously Premium tier features and will be available through June 30th. Also Free premium plan access to teams working directly on COVID-19.

13. Evernote: Free sign-up and access to the Evernote Basic plan. Take notes. Keep a journal. Clip anything from the web. Evernote lets you store and share information quickly and securely.

14.Project44: Free tracking for organizations — including non-profits, NGOs, government agencies, hospitals, pharmacies, and grocers — to help them support coronavirus relief and prevention efforts.

15.GanttPRO*: Free account till August 15, 2020, for healthcare and non-profit organizations. Other businesses that suffered from covid-19 are welcome to apply for a free account too. GanttPRO — chart-based software for project planning and management. We help teams execute their projects efficiently even from home.

16. Nimbus Note: Free Business Version for next few months. Nimbus Note is a flexible yet comprehensive information repository that helps you simplify your work and bring your team together.

17. Threads: Free access to their collaboration tools and Pro/Team plans for all users through July 1, 2020.

18.RedmineUP: Free Small plan for 10 users until the end of the year. Project Management is simple with RedmineUP Cloud, and you can manage your projects from home.

19. Igloo Software: Free access to digital workspace solution with Igloo’s Business Continuity Bundle for new customers until July 6, 2020.

20. Relytree*: Free trial of Stack by, cloud software that combines best of spreadsheets, databases, and business APIs to let anyone build their own custom work tools and collaborate with their team. Offer is a Free Economy plan for 3 months till July 1st and free access to NGOs and Non-profits supporting C-19 relief efforts for life.


3. Marketing

1. Hootsuite: Free access for Hootsuite Professional to small businesses and nonprofits until July 1st, 2020. Helping to manage social media, and stay connected with your customers and communities.

2. Salesforce*: Free access to technology for emergency response teams, call centers, and care management teams for health systems affected by a coronavirus.

3. Mailchimp*: Free Standard accounts to eligible groups sending critical public health information about COVID-19 through June 30, 2020.

4. Ubersuggest: Free plan for Neil Patel’s Ubersuggest, which helps you generate keywords for your content marketing strategy and production.

5. Moz: Free Moz Academy courses for our community — just use the promo code “we got this”.

6. Adobe*: Free home access to Creative Cloud apps is available by request of students and educators until May 31, 2020. Adobe also offers free 90-day access to Adobe Connect for web conferencing until July 1, 2020.

7. Benchmark: Free trial of a powerfully simple email marketing solution designed to help you create and send compelling campaigns with ease.

8. Hatchbuck: Free trial of our all-in-one sales and marketing platform combines email marketing, CRM, and marketing automation to turn emails into conversations, website visitors into handshakes, and customers into raving fans. We also provide marketing agencies an alternative solution for their small business clients.

9. Free plan for email design editor tool. Its specialty, the collaborative suite: it’s the best email design-builder for teams featuring real-time multi-user simultaneous design editing and many other remote-work enabling features.


4. Software support and security

1. Cisco: Free license for new customers of Duo Security’s two-factor authentication tool, and current customers can go above their user limit as their employees increasingly work from home. Same deal for its web security tool Umbrella and its VPN product AnyConnect, which is available until July 1. Cisco is extending services for existing customers of Webex, its video conference platform. The offer includes unlimited usage without time restriction, support for fewer than 100 participants, and toll-free dial-in. Free tech support to anyone working or studying remotely right now.

3. Okta: Free access to Okta Single Sign-On (SSO) and Okta Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).

4. Kaspersky: Free six-month licenses for our core solutions. Health-care facilities are struggling with the current coronavirus epidemic, so we must help them with cyber protection.

5. Ping Identity: Free cloud single sign-on (SSO) and multi-factor authentication (MFA). This way, everyone can conveniently access all your IT resources remotely to keep business running.

6.1Password: Free business accounts for the first 6 months. Manage your workforce from anywhere, and safely share logins and other important resources with remote workers.

7.SecureAuth: Free Intelligent Identity Cloud package through 12/15/2020, including Risk-based Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), Single Sign-On (SSO), and Passwordless/Biometric Access and Phone Fraud Prevention.

8. Cloudfare: Free Teams products to small businesses and remote workers to operate securely and easily. This policy will continue for at least the next 6 months.

9.OneLogin: Free access to the Trusted Experience Platform™️ for educators who are moving to a virtual learning environment in light of health concerns. The free platform, consisting of single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication (MFA), and certificate-based authentication, will deliver secure virtual experiences for all educators K-12, colleges, and universities.

10. Bitdefender: Free 12 months of enterprise-grade, end-to-end protection services available to healthcare customers until the end of June 2020.

11. Splashtop Free 60-day licenses to its Business Access remote access software.

12.SentinelLabs: Free cybersecurity platform SentinelOne Core between Monday, March 16 through Friday, May 16, 2020. SentinelOne’s cloud-based platform seamlessly scales, making it well suited to protect both businesses and employees rapidly transitioning to a work-from-home environment.

13. Waterfall Security: Free Remote Screen View product licenses are available to customers whose vendor personnel or key employees are no longer able to travel to industrial and critical infrastructure sites. Remote Screen View sends real-time images of industrial workstations to a web server that remote vendors can access.

14.OneClick: Free remote access Basic Starter Package for the next three months to assist those working remotely.

15.TechSmith: Free licenses to TechSmith Snagit screen capture software and the TechSmith Video Review software through June 30th, 2020.

16. Clappia: Free licenses to the No code platform for apps created to implement COVID19 use cases.

17 . Ericom Shield: Free trial of Ericom Shield remote browser isolation (RBI) technology protects endpoints and enterprise resources from the dangers of the public web, bringing Zero Trust security to browsing, email, and downloads.

18. Systancia: Free teleworking service from Systancia Gate, a cybersecurity solution that provides ultra-secure access to corporate resources and applications for any type of remote user (roaming users, teleworkers, third-party service providers, etc.)

19. Commvault: Free Metallic Endpoint Backup and Recovery with unlimited Microsoft Azure backup storage for up to 1,000 endpoint devices, in the U.S. and Canada through September 1, 2020.

20. Aventri*: Free registration and website software for 60 days for non-profits, schools, universities, cities/towns, and other organizations that are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. The software can be used to set up online sign-ups or informational websites for meal pick-up times, volunteer sign-ups, online learning, aid requests, and more.

21. Creatio (formerly bpm online)*: Free customer center edition to organizations working to stop the spread and/or mitigate the consequences of the COVID-19 through October 1, 2020. It will help organizations on the front line in the fight against COVID-19 react to requests quickly and following their rules and guidelines.

  1. Research and development

1. Qualtrics*: Free for all organizations to use Qualtrics Remote Work Pulse.

2. Nvidia*: Free 90-day license to Parabricks to any researcher in the worldwide effort to fight the novel coronavirus.

3. Autodesk: Free access to select Autodesk products and services. Products and services will include BIM 360 Docs, BIM 360 Design, Fusion 360, Fusion Team, AutoCAD Web, and Mobile and Shotgun — all for commercial use.

4. Carto*: Free visualization software for organizations fighting COVID-19.

6. Finance and accounting Free 90-day subscription for new customers impacted by COVID-19. The cloud-based service helps small and mid-sized businesses to automate the processing of bills, generate invoices, send/receive payments, and manage their cash flows.

2. Expensify: Reimburse you up to $50 for essential goods and groceries purchased on your SNAP card.

3. Wave: Free financial software solutions (accounting, bookkeeping, invoicing) for small businesses to help with cash flow, which becomes increasingly important during economic turmoil. In response to COVID-19, Wave has reduced paid services where possible to active customers, to provide financial relief during a time of need.

4. Kabbage: Free account through Kabbage Payments, and you can start sharing your custom gift certificate URL on your website, through social media, and in other communications. Your business will also be searchable on the site by industry and location.

7. People and recruiting

1. Humu: Free nudges to anyone who wants science-backed advice for how to best work remotely, partner with colleagues who are all over the place, show appreciation for those who don’t have the flexibility to work remotely (e.g. cashiers, medical personnel).

2. Workable: Free use of the new video interviewing software for all customers, and access to a library of Covid-19 response content for use by HR professionals and business leaders.

3. HR Acuity: Free version of its SaaS solution to help businesses manage employee issues related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The limited-edition provides employee documentation and tracking functionality that will equip businesses to monitor the people impact of the crisis. The limited-edition will be available through at least July 1 to businesses with more than 100 employees.

4. Lever: Free video interviewing for 1:1s and panels via Zoom Integration. Lever’s recruiting software enables scheduling and joining Zoom meetings from within its app.

5. Harver: Free pre-employment assessment platform for hiring at scale for those affected by COVID-19. Offer valid for at least 60 days. No strings attached.

6.OutMatch Free access to OutMatch’s video interviewing platform for 60 days — no strings attached. HR professionals can use pre-recorded and live video interviewing to screen and hire candidates 100 percent virtually.

7. Lystloc: Free Lystloc Office (Remote) User & API licenses for organizations fighting COVID-19 till June 1st, 2020. Lystloc is a Real-Time Location Intelligence and Analytics SaaS product company.


8. General

1. Shopify: Free 90-day trial for all new customers. If you’re currently on a 14-day trial, you can extend it to 90 days.

2. Peloton: Free 90-day trial of its subscription workout app as more gyms shut down in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The fitness freebie doesn’t require a Peloton-branded bike or treadmill. Users can choose from classes such as yoga, meditation, strength training, and more.

3. U-Haul*: Free self-storage for 30 days to all college students who have been impacted by schedule changes at their universities.

4.TripIt: Free six-month licenses to their Tripit Pro flight tracking service.

5.UrbanSitter: Free parent subscription for two months during the COVID-19 outbreak. Parents can find trusted childcare help to support them as they work from home during this period. Every sitter is background checked and UrbanSitter provides parents with as much information as possible to make informed decisions. Free DIY classes for next one to two weeks. Use discount code “self-care” at checkout.

7. Zencastr: Free Hobbyist plans will have no recording time limits or limits on the number of people in your recording. Effective through July 1, 2020.

8. Headspace: Free meditations you can listen to any time.

9. Calm: Free resources from Calm to take care of our minds and stay grounded, including content hand-picked to support your mental and emotional wellness through this time.

10. Audible (Amazon): Free stories for kids of all ages to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone, or tablet. For as long as schools are closed, we’re open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.


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