Last Week’s Top Downloads

Last Week’s Top Downloads

Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from last week.

The Best Android Apps to Make Driving Safer, Easier, and More Fun

The very last place you should spend long amounts of time on your phone is behind the wheel of a car. Fortunately, plenty of apps are designed to help you find information and deal with distractions on the road safely.

How I Finally Organised My Messy Inbox with Sortd

I’ve tried dozens of solutions to clean up my inbox, and so far, the Sortd Chrome extension comes closest to helping me use and organise email the way I work. Sortd transforms Gmail into a drag-and-drop workspace with columns of customisable lists. It’s like life-organising webapp Trello, but for email.

The Temple Morning Desktop

This desktop may not look like much, but that’s precisely why it’s so great. It is actually customised, but just in the right ways, and in the ways that work best for shadownight, who submitted it to our desktop showcase. Here’s how it works.

Chrome for iOS Is Now as Fast and Stable as Safari

iOS: Way back in the old days of iOS 8, Apple allowed third-party browsers access to a bit of software that allowed them to be just as fast as Safari. Google Chrome has finally taken advantage of that.

Hangouts 7.0 Adds Quick Reply and Home Screen Shortcuts For Contacts

Android: Google’s Hangouts app is a handy, if somewhat lacking messenger app. Now, it’s getting quick replies and home screen shortcuts for specific contacts. Neat!

MailButler Bundles a Ton of Plug-Ins that Make Apple Mail More Useable

Mac: Apple Mail is fine for most people, but if you really need a powerhouse email client, it falls short in all kinds of ways. MailButler is a set of plug-ins that makes Mail a bit more powerful.

Docs Online Viewer Opens Up Most Major File Formats Directly in Chrome

Chrome: When you’re browsing for files online, it’s always a bit annoying to have to download something, then open it up in a third-party application just to view it. Docs Online Viewer lets you open up most major file formats you come across right in Chrome.

You Can Now Stream Live Video from Your iPhone On Facebook

When it comes to live streaming, Periscope’s been the most recent go-to option, but today, Facebook’s getting in on the action. iPhone users can now start up a live video stream right from their phones that all their friends will see.

ZCast Makes Podcasting and Live Streaming One-Touch Easy

iOS: Podcasting can be a tricky business to get into, but ZCast for iPhone, just launched, makes it as easy as downloading an app, pressing record, and letting your stream fly. The service even integrates with Twitter, so you can let people know you’re broadcasting so they can tune in live.

Little-Voices Filters Images, Links, and Replies Out of Twitter

iPhone: Find yourself wanting for a simpler time on Twitter, when it was just a wall of text-based tweet? Little-Voices is a little app that will provide just that.


  • Temple Morning Desktop looks great, link doesn’t work though and search doesn’t seem to bring it up either?

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