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.
Last year, Adobe released a super simple, yet powerful photo retouching tool called Photoshop Fix for iOS. Now, Android users can use the same app to edit their photos right on their phone.
Starting today, LastPass will no longer charge extra to access your password vault from different types of devices. That means free users can now access their password vaults from their phone and their desktop at no extra cost.
Android/iOS/Web: Microsoft’s IFTTT competitor Flow has been in beta for the better part of 2016 but it wasn’t quite fully-baked yet. Now, the company is ready to release it to the world and it’s starting to look good.
Chrome: Whether you’re new to Google Docs, Sheets, Drive, or any other tool under the “G Suite” umbrella, or you’re an old hand, Google’s G Suite Training add-on for Chrome will teach you useful tips and tricks while you actually use the tools you work with every day.
Instapaper’s decided to kill off its $US29.99 ($39)/year Instapaper Premium subscription service, effectively making all those paid features available to all users.
Android (6.0+): The Pixel phones have one really neat, hidden feature that so far has been hard to duplicate: fingerprint gestures. Swipe down on the sensor on the back of the phone and your notification shade comes down. Now, other phones can get in on the action.
If This Then That, one of the best automation tools out there, is getting a big overhaul today that changes some of the fundamental ways the service works. The biggest change comes in rebranding its recipe system so it now allows one trigger to connect to multiple services.
Windows/Mac: If you want to move a file, whether it’s a video, ebook, ringtone, or other media file, from your computer to your iPhone, you’d usually need to use iTunes. Waltr allows you to skip iTunes, or skip wires altogether.
iOS: Whether you’re travelling for work and just need to find spot to plug in your laptop or you’re a full-time digital nomad, Workfrom highlights the best spots near you for remote work. Now they have a mobile app to make it easier while you’re on the go.