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.
The last place where you should spend a lot of time on your phone is while driving a car. Fortunately, there are many apps designed to help you find information and safely remove distractions while on the road.
I’ve tried dozens of solutions for cleaning your mail box, and so far the expansion Sortd the Chrome closest helps me to use and organize email in my style of work. Sortd turns Gmail into a drag-and-drop workspace with custom list columns. It’s like the Trello web app for organizing life , but for email.
This desktop may not sound like much, but that’s why it’s so good. It is actually set up, but only in the right direction, and in the ways that work best for shadownight , which brought it to our desktop showcase. This is how it works.
iOS: Back in the old days of iOS 8, Apple allowed third-party browsers to access a small amount of software that allowed them to run as fast as Safari. Google Chrome has finally taken advantage of this.
Android: The Google Hangouts app is a handy messaging app that it lacks. It now gets quick replies and home screen shortcuts for specific contacts. Careful!
Mac: Apple Mail is good for most people, but if you really want a powerful email client, it doesn’t fit in every way. MailButler is a collection of plugins that make Mail a little more powerful.
Chrome: When you browse the web, it’s always a little annoying to have to download something and then open that in a third-party app just to view. Docs Online Viewer lets you open most of the major file formats you come across directly in Chrome.
When it comes to live streaming, Periscope was the most recent option, but Facebook is heavily involved today. IPhone users can now play live video directly from their phones for all their friends to see.
iOS: Podcasting can be tricky, but ZCast for iPhone just launched makes it as easy as downloading an app, tapping a record, and starting your stream. The service even integrates with Twitter so you can let people know you’re streaming so they can tune in to the live stream.
iPhone: Want to make your Twitter time easier when it was just a wall of text tweets? Little-Voices is a little app that does just that.