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.

MuscleWiki app puts a handy exercise database on your phone

iOS / Android: MuscleWiki is a free fitness resource for beginners that started out as an engaging web app. Now you can easily search and learn muscle exercises, determine your calorie needs, and calculate your 1RM even when you’re not at your computer.

Plex can now be your DVR and record live TV with a digital tuner

In its quest to be your service for all media, Plex has just announced one of its biggest updates. You can now use the app as a DVR to record TV shows directly to your Plex server.

PlayStation is now available on Windows PC

Just last week, Sony announced that its PlayStation Now game streaming service will be rolling out to Windows PCs this fall. It turns out it used to be because you can download it for Windows right now.

Desktop “Crashing Waves”

The katil10 desktop is well-tuned, quite minimalistic yet energetic enough to make us want to sit down and get busy. Here’s how it works and what you need to get the same beautiful custom look.

MailTrack, an extension that tells you when someone reads your message, is now in Firefox

Firefox: We were fans MailTrack, when it was a Chrome extension, because it is one of the easiest ways to get notification about reading the letters that you send in Gmail. It is now available for Firefox as well.

The sky map tells you what you are looking at as you gaze at the stars.

iOS, Android: staring at the stars is fun, even if you have no idea what you’re looking at. However, Star Chart is a free app that makes the process more informative. It tells you exactly what you are seeing based on your location.

Ramme is a free desktop application with minimal features

Windows / Mac / Linux: Instagram is designed to be viewed on your phone, but sometimes you want to look at it from your computer. Ramme does just that by offering your Instagram feed where you can like or comment on posts.

Reabble is a web-based RSS reader built for the Kindle

The Amazon Kindle is a great e-reader , but not very feature-rich. Reabble is a simple little RSS reader optimized for the experimental Kindle browser to make reading articles less tedious.

The Amazon Kindle is a great e-reader , but not very feature-rich. Reabble is a simple little RSS reader optimized for the experimental Kindle browser to make reading articles less tedious.

The docking station is a replacement for the layered docking station for OS X

Mac: Ever wished you had more levels in your dock? A station is a replacement dock that allows you to create groups, which can then be grouped into multiple levels.

Simplenote for iPhone adds Markdown support

iOS: Simplenote has long been one of our favorite note-syncing apps , and the iOS version gets a little better with an update that adds Markdown support.

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