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.

These apps are the perfect money saving tool for lazy people like me

I am terrible at saving money, hate studying personal finance, and tend to have a carpe diem mentality when it comes to buying the things I want. Fortunately, several automated savings apps have allowed me to hold my money harder by doing most of the hard stuff for me.

DuckieTV keeps track of your favorite shows, automatically downloads new episodes

Windows / Mac / Linux / Chrome: DuckieTV is a handy and reliable calendar to keep track of the TV shows you watch, and automatically search for torrents with new episodes and download them to your hard drive.

Adobe Spark makes it easy to create beautiful images, web pages, and videos

iOS / Web: Most apps that automatically create things like images or web pages end up looking like crap. The new free Adobe Spark app might perform slightly better than most others.

Windows Encryption Opposition: VeraCrypt vs. Bitlocker

When you really need to keep your files safe, you need encryption. We’ve covered the basics before and even rounded up your favorite encryption tools , but today we’re presenting two of the most popular options for Windows to see which one best protects your sensitive data.

Pixelmator for Mac adds new selection tools and retouching enhancements for Photos

Pixelmator’s new update, 3.5 Canyon, includes quick selection and magnetic selection tools, and touch-up enhancements for the Mac Photos app.

Desktop with bokeh effect with two monitors

We don’t have enough dual-monitor desktops in our desktop showcase , so when we see one – especially one as beautiful as this one – we have to highlight it. Best of all, there is nothing special about it and is easy to customize if you have two of your own displays. Here’s how.

Airmail 3 for Mac adds Smart Folders, Send Later, and more.

OS X: Airmail , one of our favorite email apps on Mac , has tons of new features today, including smart folders for easier mail sorting, VIP contacts and notifications, creating an email queue to send later, and more.

Use Roger to control your Amazon Echo no matter where you are

Android / iOS: The Amazon Echo is a cool little device that can do a lot with voice commands. However, it becomes useless if you leave the room. The Roger walkie-talkie app will help you with this.

Passlok makes email encryption easy so anyone can use it

Web / Chrome / Android / iOS: We’ve shown you how to encrypt your email using PGP , but it can be tricky to get started. Passlok is a web, mobile, and Chrome app that makes the process easy, and there’s a Chrome extension that even integrates with Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, and more.

Beatactive offers a full 30 minute workout synced to great, upbeat music

Android / iOS: If you are a music lover, especially electronic music, Beatactive can be a great workout companion. Beatactive syncs upbeat tunes, bodyweight exercises and a DJ that guides you through every workout.

ReNotify creates notes that cannot be ignored in Android notifications

Android: Want to be reminded every time you look at your smartphone? ReNotify lets you add permanent notes to the notification bar that won’t disappear when you click the Dismiss All Notifications icon.

TripAdvisor Now Finds The Perfect Playlist For Your Vacation Using Play Music

Android. Before you hit the road this summer, you’ll need a suitable vacation playlist. TripAdvisor now helps by compiling playlists from Google Play Music based on the city you’re traveling to.


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