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.
Chrome: Netflix has a ton of hidden categories codes you can use to find movies and shows you’re into. The aptly-named Chrome extension Netflix Categories helps you find and save the ones you like.
Android/iOS: Not everyone is a fan of voicemail. If you’re in that camp, No More Voicemail will keep callers from leaving you a voicemail by taking away the option altogether.
Web/iOS: Travel planning typically includes a lot of research. When you’re planning a trip with stops in different cities, the research can be even more time-consuming. Eightydays can help.
Android: Few apps are less kind to your limited data plan than YouTube. If you want to download videos to watch offline, you can subscribe to YouTube Red or use the new, free YouTube Go.
Mac: In order to manually update any apps you download from the Mac App Store, you have to open the app, click the download tab, wait for it to update, then click the update all button. Mas is a little command line interface that lets you do all that from your favourite Terminal app.
Windows: Whether all of your games are Steam games, Uplay titles from Ubisoft, or GoG purchases loaded into Galaxy, odds are after installing or uninstalling, you probably have duplicate files, leftover files, or redistributables you don’t need anymore. Steam Cleaner takes care of them all for you.
Windows: The new multiple desktops feature in Windows 10 is as excellent as it is overdue. However, it would be nice if you could do things like give your desktop a name or see which desktop you’re currently on. This AutoHotkey script does just that.
Mac: ReadKit is one of the best RSS readers on Mac, and today it’s getting a little better with a revamped interface that includes a unified toolbar, a new dark theme, and more.
Chrome: If you’ve ever read an article and then went through your history later to find it again, or wanted to clear specific portions of your history, Enhanced History can help. It’s a fork of and improvement on the much-loved Better History (just without the malware that landed in it and other Chrome extensions a while back.)
Chrome: If you use a lot of Chrome extensions, then you know Chrome’s built-in extensions manager doesn’t give you much control. NooBoss is an extension manager that allows you to control which sites extensions work on, monitor when they update, and more.