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.
Android Nougat has officially dropped and the wait is starting now. However, if you are the impatient type, you can skip and download the latest Android right now.
The Raspberry Pi is an amazingly useful tool for testing the reliability of your network . Warberry Pi is a standalone set of scripts that runs automatically when you plug your Raspberry Pi into an Ethernet port to add another tool to your network testing kit.
If you’ve been looking for a decent Android VPN that won’t bankrupt you, your wait is over. Opera’s popular free unlimited VPN service, released earlier this year for iOS, is finally available for Android devices.
Windows / Mac: There are many great apps for tracking your progress or cycling data , but using a service like Strava or Runkeeper means you are giving away a lot of data. If you prefer to track and visualize your exercises without uploading data to the service, GoldenCheetah might be just what you need.
If you want a response to your email, start by writing a good one. Boomerang has had some great tips for doing this in the past, but now the company has gone a step further. Its new “Reply” feature will rate your emails on the fly in several key categories.
Android Nougat : For reasons that humanity cannot yet understand, Google continues to tease us with a pleasant night mode in Android beta versions and then yanks at it at the last second . Fortunately, he is still buried in the latest version. This app brings it back.
Web / iOS: Microsoft Office and Google Docs are two major hubs in the world of collaborative documents, but if you’re looking for a slightly different approach, Canvas is a tool that lets you write in Markdown and collaborate with anyone easily. …
Android Nougat : Google loves experimenting with beta versions of Android. One such excluded feature is a powerful tool that lets you customize a small bar at the bottom of the screen using the Home and Back buttons. If you have more than one nexus, you can get them back.
iOS / Android: The Nike running app has long been one of our favorites . Its latest update includes a new name and color scheme, and ditches workout plans in favor of a new virtual trainer that lets you customize your plan for your chosen running goal.
Chrome: Slice is a great companion for online shopping . This week they released Slice Watch, a browser extension that automatically tracks prices and sends you an email when an item you’re looking for drops in price.