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.
Your Mac comes packed with a perfectly fine calendar app, but it's lacking advanced features, multiple ways to view your calendar, and external service integration. For all that and more, we like Fantastical.
NASA has just released its 2017-2018 software catalogue, which includes hundreds of free, royalty-free applications for a wide variety of uses.
Automator is one of the easiest ways to automate tasks on your Mac, and the ability to record mouse actions makes it so just about anyone can create their own workflows within seconds. Wildfire is a Chrome extension that attempts to bring a similar feature to Chrome.
Digit is one of our favourite money saving apps. It analyses your bank accounts to figure out how much money you can afford to save, then sets aside that money for you. Now, Digit is taking automation a step further to help you set aside money for bills.
iOS: Social anxiety can be debilitating, and even if you don't struggle with it completely, you probably still deal with some symptoms every now and then. If you have trouble leaving your comfort zone, Steps is a free app that can help you do it one task at a time.
Firefox: Snoozing emails is a pretty common practice these days, so it makes sense to bring that same feature to your browser. Chrome has the Tab Snooze extension, and Firefox users can get it using Firefox's own Test Pilot extension.
If you have an iPhone 6 or 6s, there's a chance you've been plagued with random shutdowns. Apple has a replacement plan in place that gets you a new battery, but if you haven't gotten around to that yet, you'll be happy to hear that the newest version of iOS 10 seems to have fixed the problem.
Android: It's easy enough to glance at your phone and see where your battery level is at. However, if you want another fun, handy option, check out Energy Bar. It's a free app that turns your phone's status bar into a battery indicator.
You've probably tweeted something stupid at some point in your life. I certainly have, and while it's great for the rest of us to leave those idiotic ideas out in the open, you might want to clean up your online presence, especially when you're looking for a new job. Keep or Delete makes it easy to do so using a Tinder-style swipe system.