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.
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Chrome/Opera/Safari/Firefox (Beta): It's been a while since we highlighted Gmelius, the add-on that cleans up Gmail's interface and strips out ads. It's grown since then, and now has features to send emails later on a schedule, snooze them, bundle in useful reminders, block email trackers, and more.
Windows/Mac/Linux: If you want a desktop version of Google Hangouts, youhave plentyof options, including an official option from Google, but the Google route doesn't work super well and requires Chrome to run. YakYak is a desktop client for Hangouts that works like a regular desktop app.
Android: The Android version of VLC received a big update today, adding in a bunch of new features, including a picture-in-picture mode for tablets, playlists for videos, and lots more.
iPhone: We all know the iPhone can take great pictures. But what's the fun in that? BitCam is a camera app that's all about a pixelated retro feel.
iOS: Anyone struggling with stress understands that even a little time to relax can help a lot, and Breathe for iPhone is an app that walks you through simple breathing exercises to help you relax, de-stress, and find a little peace.
Reader ravenclawwit is no stranger to our featured desktop series, and submitted this beautiful setup to our Desktop Showcase a few weeks ago. It looks great, from top to bottom, and is pretty heavily personalised. It also has a little secret.
Android/Web: BitTorrent has launched a new app for streaming media, BitTorrent Now. The app works something like a Netflix and Spotify combo by streaming both video and audio, but without label backing, the selection's a bit limited.
macOS: There's a lot you can do to improve gaming performance on the Mac, but a lot of it starts with benchmarking your current performance. Count It is a framerate counter that can help you figure out what's dragging your performance down, and what tweaks boost it.
Android: XDA has released a few versions of its apps over the years, but the recent ones are the most useful yet. With XDA Labs you can browse the forums, download apps, and peruse a library of Xposed modules.
Mac: If you're a fan of the Control Center in iOS, then Command Center is a Mac app worth taking a look at. It jams a Control Center-esque interface on the side of your screen, complete with an Activity Monitor to boot.