Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week.
Android/iOS: When you go out drinking with friends, there's often a moment in which you realise you've had one too many: your judgement is impaired and driving is not an option. Drunk Mode can help you stay responsible when you reach this point.
The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus come with a cool new "3D touch" feature that allows you to push a little harder on the screen to get a second set of menus. Apps needed updating before they could use this feature though, so lets take a look at some of the best implementations so far.
Chrome OS isn't quite as bad as it used to be. If you've got an old computer lying around that could use a refresh, CloudReady lets you install Chromium OS (the open-source variant of Chrome OS) on most computers.
iOS: F.lux is a great little app that changes your screen brightness depending on the time of day. It's on iOS as a jailbreak app, but if you don't want to jailbreak, you can get Gamma Thingy, a similar app, by making and compiling it yourself.
iOS: Overcast is one of the best podcast apps for the iPhone, and now it's a lot better. Not only is it totally free, it also got a big update to add chapter support, streaming options, and more.
iOS: Not all antidepressants are alike, and ones that work for some may not work for you, or have side effects. Start is an app that helps you track your mood and mental health, preps you for those side effects, and even builds a report you can share with your doctor to make better treatment decisions.
iOS: Have a lot of junk sitting around your house? Boxes is an app that will help you organise all that junk and sell it if you want to.
Android/iOS: We've all had times where we wanted to challenge a buddy or coworker to a friendly wager, or maybe just a dare. "Loser buys pizza," or "owes me a drink," or even "gives five dollars to my favourite charity." Parlay is an app that makes that easy, and makes cashing in easy too.