This Week's Top Downloads

This Week's Top Downloads

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.

Catchr Tracks When People Snoop On Your Phone When You’re Not Around

iPhone: If you’re worried that someone might be snooping on your phone when you leave it unattended, Catchr is an app that allows you to see what apps were opened and closed when you left your phone sitting around.

How to Optimize Your PC Games’ Graphics Settings in One Click

Most PC games have a plethora of graphics settings that let you strike the perfect balance between quality and performance. If you don’t enjoy digging into these settings, though, both NVIDIA and AMD have apps that will do all the heavy lifting for you—with just one click.

Automated Device Brings "And/Or" Rules for Androids with Easy Setup

This Week's Top Downloads

Android: Apps like Tasker are fantastic to turn your Android into an automated beast, but even with Tasker’s new UI, they can be a little daunting. Plus, they’re restricted to "And" clauses instead of "And/Or". Automated Device is a new app that brings in this feature along with several others, and makes it easy to set up too.

That One Song Plays a Musician’s Most Popular Track

This Week's Top Downloads

Web: I like to namedrop some obscure bands and artists to (unsuccessfully) make people admire my eclectic musical tastes. So the next time I mention something like Fairport Convention and you want to hear one of their tracks, That One Song has you covered.

Reporter Tracks Your Life Through Simple Quizzes

This Week's Top Downloads

iPhone: If you’re looking for a quantified self tracker that manages to be both simple and filled with charts, Reporter is an iPhone app that pings you with simple quizzes throughout the day and then collates that into graphs.

Meet Me Halfway Finds Notable Locations Between Two Addresses

This Week's Top Downloads

Android: Despite how useful Google Maps is, three’s still one common function that it isn’t all that great at: finding a meeting spot between two locations. Meet Me Halfway fills this gap.

TimeStats Tracks How Much Time You Spend on Web Sites

This Week's Top Downloads

Chrome: We keep reading about how much time we spend watching YouTube videos or goofing off on social networks, but if you really want to find out, timeStats is the easiest way to get actual figures in Chrome. And you can impose restrictions on yourself too.

Tranquility Gives Your Mac a One-Click Night Reading Mode

This Week's Top Downloads

Mac: Trying to look at a bright screen at night sucks and it’s annoying for pretty much everyone around you. Tranquility is an app that puts an option in your menu bar to instantly switch over to a dark, monochrome look to help reduce eyestrain.

MediaMonkey 4.1 Adds Wireless Syncing, iOS 7 Compatibility, and More

This Week's Top Downloads

MediaMonkey, one of our favorite media players for Windows, updated to version 4.1 today, bringing a bunch of long-awaited features—especially for syncing Android and iOS devices. It also syncs in both directions now, meaning if you download or purchase music on your phone, it’ll be synced back to MediaMonkey.

Puffin Web Browser Brings Flash to Mobile Phones

Android/iOS: Flash on your mobile phone isn’t nearly as necessary as it once was, but if you find yourself wishing you had it now and again, Puffin is a web browser that not only brings you Flash, but also an incredibly speedy browser experience overall.

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