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.

WiFox hosts thousands of airport Wi-Fi networks and their passwords on your phone

Android / iOS: “Free Airport Wi-Fi” is almost always slow, security nightmare, or expensive, but it probably isn’t all that is available at the airport. Fortunately, WiFox is loaded with many network names and passwords for airports around the world, so you can enjoy surfing – and safely .

Arch Terminal Desktop

This linux desktop is a tribute to one of our favorite distros , Arch Linux, and reader Kunal Gadgil shared it with us in our desktop presentation and post . Here’s how you can get a look similar.

Lose it! Now tracks your diet by taking food photos

iOS / Android: If you want to improve your nutrition, but don’t know where to start, the popular food tracking app Lose It! now allows you to take a snapshot of food or load an existing one into the food diary. Called Snap It !, this feature makes food tracking more accessible for newbies.

You can now activate your Raspberry Pi-powered DIY Alexa with the wake word

Amazon has updated its Alexa sample code on GitHub with the addition of a new awakening word engine. This means that if you want to create your own Amazon Alexa with a Raspberry Pi, you can do so without pressing a button first.

Life Calendar is a diary app where you need to take a note for the week

Android / iPhone: Journaling apps are generally designed to capture moments or write down your thoughts on paper as often as possible. The Calendar of Life takes a slightly different approach and instead works as a means of perpetuating a week’s memory.

Google Maps for iPhone improves its widgets and adds more information about places

iPhone: Google has updated the Google Maps iPhone app with several new features, including an improved widget and more detailed descriptions.

Facebook Messenger Lite is a stripped-down app that you probably can’t use yet.

Android: Facebook mobile apps are notorious for using up battery power and resources . So, you’re probably going to love the stripped-down Messenger app that’s only 10MB in size, right? Well, it does exist, but most countries cannot use it yet.

Gogobot plans a vacation based on your interests

iOS / Android / Web: Choosing a place to visit can be easy, but choosing what to do there within your budget, with friends or family, can be difficult. Gogobot filters your options so you can find activities and places that match your interests and hobbies.

Duolingo adds chatbots to help you learn languages ​​through communication

iOS: Duolingo is one of the most popular ways to learn a new language , and today the iPhone app is receiving an update that adds chatbots. These bots can help you learn a little faster using spoken language.

Travefy makes it easy to plan your group vacation

Group vacations are incredibly fun yet stressful , so planning ahead is key to making sure everyone has fun. Travefy offers one place that anyone can use to plan their trip and make sure you are all on the same page.

Facebook marketplace lets people buy and sell nearby

Android / iOS: You’ve probably already seen people who sell products online through Facebook . The company has now decided to take part in the promotion with a new marketplace that makes it easier to buy and sell with people around you.


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