Floatify Adds Customisable Pop-Up Notifications To Android

Android: The notification shade is easily one of the best innovations that Android brings to mobile. However, it’s not perfect for everyone. Floatify offers an alternative: pop-up notifications that are even available in immersive mode.


Briefly: New Mad Max Trailer, Robots In Victoria, Free Ebook

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: watch the first full-length trailer to Mad Max: Fury Road, the history of video game controllers, robot exhibition coming to National Gallery of Victoria.


Download Organiser Sorts And Filters Your Downloads Folder

Mac: The download folder on your Mac can get out of hand pretty quickly. If you want to add a semblance of organisation to it, Download Organiser is a simple tool that makes it easy to sort and organise everything you download.


Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts: Commonwealth Games Streaming, Coke Glasses

You wanted streaming sports, high-priced rental suburbs and Chrome extensions. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:


Briefly: Watch This Week's Best Online Videos

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle trailer, creepy toys, new Star Wars footage.


Turn A Dead Pinball Machine into a Desk

There’s ordinary office furniture — and then there’s turning a pinball tablet into your everyday desk. If you want to stand out, you know which one you should pick.


Briefly: Cheap Wine, Weird Veges, Sex Tape Kill Switch

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Get a case of Malindi Clare Valley Shiraz 2011 for $52 ($163 off), 10 strange looking vegetables to eat this winter, how to get your sex tape off the internet.


Fantastical For iOS Adds Snooze, Birthday Notifications

iOS: Fantastical is one of the best iOS calendar apps, and today it gets a little bit better with the ability to snooze events and customise notifications.


Briefly: New Guardians Of The Galaxy Trailer, Mir Mine Gallery, Cheap Games

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Watch an extended five-minute trailer to Guardians Of The Galaxy, inside the biggest man-made hole on Earth, get six Square Enix video games for $1.


Ask LH: How Can I Make Sure Packages Actually Get Delivered?

Hey Lifehacker, How can I stop couriers and Australia Post from falsely marking packages as “Attempted Delivery” and leaving a card to collect from the Post Office, even though someone was available to receive the delivery? It seems like the delivery drivers aren’t even bothering to ring a doorbell because it takes longer than just leaving the card, but their actions then waste my time and the post-office staff time too. How can I prevent this selfish behaviour?