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.
Android: The “Don’t Break the Chain” method for productivity might be a little gimmicky, but it works. Day by Day is a free app that can help you utilize the method.
Chrome: If you have coworkers who love to chat you up for hours on end, then you might appreciate NOPE, a Chrome extension that calls you the second you trigger it.
Sony released a PlayStation 4 firmware update today. Alongside some tweaks for PSVR and PS4 Pro users comes the long awaited introduction of external hard drive support. Here’s how to set it up.
You have a ton of voice recording apps for iPhone, but a lot of them don’t work super well. Cassette manages to offer up a good organization scheme, solid recording features, and a handy, yet pricey transcription feature if you need it.
We all have bad habits, whether it’s smoking or biting your nails or buying crap you don’t need. Some habits are harder to break than others, of course, and while this app won’t do the hard work for you, it might help you along the way.
Podcasts have become one of the best forms of entertainment around, but it’s tough keeping track of the ones you like, ditching episodes you’re not interested in, or even managing what you want to hear. Pocket Casts is one of the best apps for helping you organize your podcasts, but you’ll need to experiment with it a bit to get it to work for you.
Microsoft released the newest version of its popular IDE, Visual Studio 2017 today for Windows alongside a preview of the still in development Mac software. The biggest improvement comes in its installation screen, which finally lets you pick and choose which components to install.
If you live in Los Angeles or are visiting and looking for stuff to do, 5 Every Day is a nifty app that lives up to its name. All it does is recommend five neat things you can do around LA every day of the week.
iPhone: Ever been curious about exactly how much the men and women at your office speak during a meeting? GenderEQ can track that and break it down into percentages.