This Week's Top Downloads
Every week, we share a number of
iOS/Mac: Sick of typing in your password to unlock your Mac? FingerKey allows you to unlock your Mac using your iPhone's TouchID.
Mac: If you're a programmer, you probably have all your notes stored in something like a plaintext file or Evernote. If you're looking for something built specifically for coding, Quiver might do the job.
Mac: The Mac OS X Dock is great, but if you're looking for something a little different, Ring Menu pulls up all your favorite apps, documents, and more anywhere you want it.
Android: We're fans of the story-driven exercise game from the creators of Zombies, Run!
Superhero Workout for iOS
We've covered some of the apps
iOS: You have a billion and one options for to-do lists on iOS. If you're looking for something along the lines of the
incredibly popular Clear app
Web/Chrome: Misdirection via URL shortener may not be as common as it once was, but you still find people posting Goo.gl, fb.me, or bit.ly links in comment threads and on social networks claiming it's one thing when it's really another-or worse, malware. Unshort.me gives you a tool to see where you're really going before you click.
Android: If you're having trouble figuring out that complicated math problem, AutoMath will solve it for you and even give you step-by-step instructions-all just by pointing your camera at the equation.
Mac: Dark Mode is one of the nicer new features of OS X Yosemite, but you have to dive all the way into the System Preferences to enable it. NinjaMode is a simple little app that adds a toggle to your menu bar.