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.
iOS: There’s not much in Apple’s optional iOS 8 updates, but if you’ve upgraded to iOS 8.3 and lost your jailbreak , it’s now available.
Concerned about your hearing loss but don’t want to see a doctor yet? You can take a preliminary test using mobile apps to find out where you are standing.
Back in May, Microsoft released a preview of Office for Android phones. Microsoft Office is now available to everyone, no need to join the Google+ community to get beta permissions.
Windows / Mac / Linux: Atom, a free GitHub text editor , has been working on beta builds for some time now. It is officially available as a stable release today.
Many people think that there is no need for a separate Facebook Messenger app, but in fact there are many useful features built into it . Facebook has made Messenger even more useful today by allowing anyone to use it, with or without a Facebook account.
IF for Android is already pretty cool . Today it has a great new battery monitoring channel. You can now associate IFTTT actions with triggers such as charging your phone, draining your battery, or disconnecting it from a charger. Plus, you can now toggle settings like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Windows: The keyboard works as expected in most cases. The rest of the time, you want to throw it out the window. Instead of disabling your keyboard, try using Switch Hitter to diagnose keyboard issues.
Android: Todoist is one of our favorite business apps , but its design has always been a little spartan. That changed with today’s Android overhaul, which includes a beautiful new redesign. The update also adds easier ways to add tasks, subtasks, and edit task duration and due dates.