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.
Last month Apple revealed details of iOS 10 and the recently renamed macOS Sierra . Both are now available in public beta, which you can download right now.
The Twitter client space for Windows has dried up over the years, but a few more developers are hard at work on some killer apps. Aeries has stayed with us as an impressive Twitter client capable of meeting professional needs with a universal Windows app.
Giacomo’s Windows 10 desktop doesn’t have a ton of skins or moving parts, but when combined with this wallpaper, it’s pretty dramatic. Here’s how he arranged it all, and how you can do it too.
The Preeminent GameCube and Wii Dolphin Emulator just got their first big update in three years , which includes game-specific fixes as well as general performance improvements.
Mac: If you’re tired of this useless still image as your desktop wallpaper, Live Desktop is a Mac app that gives you a selection of animated themes to choose from.
Google Fit continues its progress, starting a modest step forward with a major update. It now shows you much more detail about your workouts and presents the collected data in a more convenient way.
iOS: How many services do you subscribe to? Can you at least remember all of them? Bobby helps you keep track of all online services where you have a recurring monthly payment.
Mac: Trello is one of our favorite organizing tools , but one potential drawback is the lack of its own desktop client. Paws uses Trello in its Mac desktop app with notifications and multiple keyboard shortcuts.
iPhone: If you’re going on vacation to somewhere your friends or family have already gone, it’s natural to ask what they can tell you where to go. This usually results in a mess of texts and letters from different people. Flamyngo is an app that makes things a little easier.
Mac: There are tons of Pomodoro timers to choose from, but I love the apps that disappear when you don’t need them and are a click away when you do. With that in mind, Pomodoro Time lets you schedule your tasks and manage your to-do list right from the menu bar.