You wanted Lifehacker Packs of the best software for every platform, with a side serving of soft drink. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:
- Lifehacker Pack For iPhone 2014: The Essential iPhone Apps
The iPhone has the largest selection of apps on the mobile side, but that means it’s also the most frustrating to find what’s worthwhile. For our fourth annual Lifehacker pack for iPhone, we’re highlighting the apps that help you stay productive, connected, informed and entertained.
- Lifehacker Pack For Mac 2014: Our List Of The Best Mac Apps
There’s no shortage of useful, interesting apps for the Mac, but some of them you just can’t live without. In this year’s annual Lifehacker Pack for Mac, we’re highlighting the best downloads for better productivity, communication, media management and more.
- Lifehacker Pack for Android 2014: The Essential Android Apps
In just a few short years, Android has grown from a small project within Google to the most prolific mobile operating system on the planet. The app ecosystem has grown right along with it. In our annual Lifehacker Pack for Android, we chose the best, most useful and most essential apps you could ever need on your phone.
- Find Out If You’re Getting The NBN Any Time Soon
NBN Co. has published a revised checklist of every community in Australia where the NBN is either up and running or in the process of being built. If you’re still in the dark about NBN services in your suburb, this exhaustive list may provide a modicum of insight.
- How Many People Use Netflix In Australia?
Netflix is rumoured to enter Australia early next year (that was later essentially confirmed), but that doesn’t stop a few enterprising Australians from accessing it now. Actually, it’s more than a few.
- Lifehacker Pack For Windows 2014: The Essential Windows Apps
Windows has more great programs than we can count, but some are essential to just about every PC setup. In this year’s annual Lifehacker Pack for Windows, we’re highlighting the must-have downloads for better productivity, communication, media management and more.
- Dealhacker: Get Up To $250 Of Apple Store Credit For Your Old iPhone
Apple’s Reuse and Recycle trade-in program is finally available to Australian customers, starting from today. Depending on the condition it’s in, you can get paid up to $250 in store credit for your previous-generation iOS device. The downside is that you can only use the store credit towards a new iPhone or iPad.
- How To Keep Your Car Windows Frost-Free
For the past two months, thousands of Australians have been waking up to the same tedious morning ritual: removing frost from their car windscreens. Here’s a simple ice-banishing hack that will allow you to sit back and enjoy a coffee before beginning the daily grind.
- Look Out For A Hidden Test At Your Next Job Interview
Job interviews, on the surface, seem like a simple exchange of questions and answers. Some employers include hidden tests, though, that can tank your job opportunities if you handle them badly.
- Fast Food Face-Off: Which Takeaway Chain Has The Worst-Value Soft Drink?
Fast Food Face-Off is a new, occasional Lifehacker feature where we compare seemingly identical takeaway products from rival stores to determine which offers the best value. Today: soft drink sizes from McDonald’s, Hungry Jack’s, Subway and KFC.