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.
At a glance, system monitors might not seem as useful on your iPhone as they are on a desktop computer, but they can pack in a lot of good data. This includes detailed battery life breakdowns, storage space, data speeds, and more. For the average user, our favourite system monitor for the iPhone is Omnistat.
Android/iOS/Web: Today, Google announced a brand new tool called Spaces that allows multiple users to create a shared workspace for projects. It allows you to grab photos, videos, and links while discussing a topic all in one place.
iPhone: If you have a big photo library on your iPhone, you know it's a bit of a pain to track down specific photos or pick out a good one. The Roll can help with both of these problems.
OS X: Alfred, one of our favourite app launchers, just updated with a ton of useful new features. As it's name suggests, Alfred is like a butler for your Mac, and he just got a new tuxedo.
Windows: Fences, one of our favourite apps for organising your desktop, just got better with version 3. Now you can minimise fences to just their title bars so you can hide your desktop clutter while keeping everything easy to find.
Android: Alarm Clock Xtreme was in the running for our top Android alarm app. Now, it's added a sweet new feature that allows you to track your sleep habits over time, on top of the usual alarm features.
nVisionary's desktop combines just a little Rainmeter with a beautiful wallpaper to create a look that all fits together nicely. A starry sky littered with system monitors and a great now playing widget make a great sit-down or second screen monitor with enough space to get stuff done, too.
iPhone: If you have a friend (or a few of them) who always seems to have a dead battery, Battery Share is an app where you can easily share your battery level with a select group of friends.
Android: Yahoo may not be the first app you think of to manage your email, but the company's mobile apps are still pretty sweet. Now, you can sign up for the beta version of the Android app to get the most cutting edge features first.