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.
If you’re new to the Raspberry Pi, this $ 35 tiny computer we all love, chances are good that you’ve downloaded (or purchased an SD card that includes) NOOBS . NOOBS makes getting started with the Pi easy and includes many different operating systems to choose from. Which one you should choose depends, of course, on your project. Here’s how to make the right choice.
Android / iOS / Windows / Internet: Learning to program usually takes a long time. SoloLearn aims to simplify the task by breaking down programming concepts into quick, easy-to-learn, daily lessons.
On Flickr, fosco_ has introduced this simple Ubuntu desktop with minor tweaks to make it easier to interact . As we said, sometimes less is more, and this desktop makes good use of multiple widgets to make a great user experience even better.
Windows / Mac / Linux: The Nintendo 3DS is a great little system , but with a max resolution of 400 x 240, it’s not exactly pretty. Citra is an emulator that is still in its early stages of development, but it has the ability to upscale 3DS games to 1600 x 960.
Internet / Android / iOS / Windows / Blackberry: If you read a lot of newspapers, do a lot of research, or just want to see what the world is talking about in newspapers around the world, PressReader will bring them all to your browser. or your smartphone wherever you go.
iPhone: If you have one person you chat with frequently, Other is a very simple little app that makes sending them generic messages a lot easier.
One of the best uses for the Raspberry Pi is teaching kids (and adults) basic programming skills. AppGameKit is a bit of free software that does just that.
iOS: The Moog Modular Model 15 is one of the most popular Moog synthesizers, but it has a retail price of about $ 10,000, which is too expensive for most of us. If you have an iPad, you can buy a digital game for $ 30.
Android: If you use WhatsApp messenger a lot, you’ve probably ended up with tons of useless images that you don’t need to store. These images are taking up space on your phone, but Magic Cleaner can fix it.
iPhone: We know tracking habits is a great way to improve motivation . If you’re looking for an app to help you do this, Continuo is one of the prettiest apps out there.
Android / OS X: For those in the Apple world, iMessage is a part of everyday life. As soon as you jump off the ship, you are the SUNMAN. PieMessage lets you keep using iMessage on Android, but you’ll need a Mac with a server to use it.
Windows / Mac / Linux / Android: Opera started testing built-in ad blocking in its desktop browser a couple of months ago. The company is now rolling out this feature to everyone, including Android.
iOS: When you’re looking for something new to watch, it’s easy to get lost in all the options for watching Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video, and whatever other services you have. MightyTV is a free app that brings everything in one place and helps you choose.