Top Downloads This Week

Every week we share the number of downloads for all platforms to help you get started. Here are the top downloads this week.

Gmail’s Inbox Now Available Uninvited, Adds New Features

Today Google has finally removed the invitation from Inbox. If you wanted to take part in the email- to-do activity, you can now subscribe to your inbox directly.

Google Hangouts for Windows, OS X and Linux has been updated with a new look

Windows / Mac / Linux: Google has updated the Hangouts app for Chrome today with a whole new look that makes it more compelling to use. The new app is very similar to the Android and iOS versions of Hangouts.

Wego – a custom weather client for the terminal

Just because you’re an experienced command line user doesn’t mean you don’t need to know the weather forecast. Wego is a Terminal weather app that displays the weather in a variety of ways and looks great.

Noisli for Chrome generates background audio to keep you productive

Chrome: We’re big fans of the Noisli web app , which lets you create background noise so you can focus on your work . The new Chrome extension works the same, but you don’t need to keep that extra tab open to use it.

Spaces manages Chrome Windows, saves tab layouts for later use

Chrome: The man who invented browser tabs was clearly a genius, but that left us with the problem of managing multiple open tabs. Spaces make things easier by allowing you to save and switch between open windows on different tabs.

How to install Android M Developer Preview on Nexus 5, 6, or 9

Today’s announcement of Android M at Google I / O 2015 has already made us very excited. If you want to experience the new popularity (and you have a Nexus 5, 6, 9, or Player), here’s how to get it installed on your device right now.

GIF for Mac ensures you always have the perfect GIF reaction at your fingertips

OS X: GIF is a simple free Mac app that lets you search for the perfect GIF at the right time, receive a link to insert into a chat or email, or download it to your computer. If you communicate using GIFs (and, frankly, who doesn’t ), it saves you the hassle of searching Google for the perfect one.

AndroidTool takes screenshots and screenshots in one click from your phone

Android / OS X: If you want to take screencasts or screenshots of your Android phone and instantly save them to your computer, AndroidTool will simplify the process with one click – assuming you have a Mac to work with that Android device, which is.

Pixelmator is now available for iPhone

iOS: The iPad version of Pixelmator released last year was fantastic and the app is receiving an update today that brings iPhone compatibility and a new distortion tool.

Changes for Dropbox make it easier to view Dropbox history on Mac

Mac: Dropbox changelog is a great way to get older versions of files, but it’s not exactly easy to use in a web app. Revisions for Dropbox is a Mac app that sits on the menu bar and makes it easy to view file versions.

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