Opera Mini 7.5
Opera Mini is a mobile phone, smartphone and pda web browser. It is optimized for mobile devices and runs smoothly on Android, iOS or other mobile systems (Java-based).
Configurable backup program with an easy to use interface. Performs mirror backups (exact copies of your data), has file filters, internal scheduler, password protects your files, backs up open files and much more. Even better, FBackup is free.
Cheat engine 6.3
Cheat Engine is an open source tool designed to help you with modifying games so you can make them harder or easier depending on your preference.
doPDF allows you to freely convert documents to PDF files. It installs as a printer driver, enabling you to print from any Windows application. Features include: customizable resolution, quality settings, predefined page size and more.
RuneScape Auto Typer and Auto Clicker 1.4
RuneScape Auto Typer and Auto Clicker is a nice tool to use with the RuneScape game. The application is fairly simple to use and no one who used it got banned from it.
Android PC Suite 188.8.131.52
Android PC Suite is a good and free alternative for your phone running the Android OS as you have all the options to properly manage your mobile phone.
HTC PC Suite 3.3.21
HTC PC Suite is an all in one and very expected phone management tool release for the android HTC mobile phones.
Recent evaluations from our editors
The perfect mix of two pictures
Although some unpretentious image editing programs come with a lot of other features that help organizing a photo library, some do not. Why need browsing panels and batch conversion menus when all you need is to crop your friend out of a photo and put him on a weird background?
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Being fed up with racing games over the years has left me completely blind to any release, mobile or otherwise. But browsing today over what new free games might have appeared on Google Play, I stumbled across this little gem. Having played Smash Hit before promised me that these developers know... Read full review
Purchasing a media package has become quite a rare event in the past years. As professional tools have become subscription based, it appears that the industry is adopting the MMO games model. Luckily for people who do not want a subscription in order to use a video editing program (and neither... Read full review
Recent evaluations from our editors
Play rip and burn
Since Winamp was almost abandoned, I started looking around for an alternative. Of course, Audacious and Amarok come to mind, but since nothing happened to good old Winamp, I lost interest in finding a suitable music player. Still, every time when I stumble upon a media player of sorts, I check... Read full review
Sending pictures in bulk over the net is difficult if you don't group them somehow. You would normally add them to an archive but what if you don't have anything that can create such a thing? Tired of trial periods and online archiving tools? Look no further because 7-Zip is your free ticket to... Read full review
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If you ever need to show somebody something some amazing feat that's only visible on your desktop, then you wouldn't start recording your monitor with a video camera, or your phone. You would search the web for something quick and easy. Well, before you come to that need, why not arm your... Read full review
The fast and the reckless
I've often thought I could do better at Flappy Bird if would only had a bit of respite from time to time. You know, put down the phone, stretch a little, crack my knuckles and then get back in full force and avoid that tree stump. Well, today I was proved wrong. Today I stumbled across what I... Read full review
Crush and maim!
In the generic fantasy world of [...] during one fine day, evil demons spurted out of the ground and started terrorizing the human world. Our scientists and historians have no clue to why this happened, but nonetheless, Damien, the human hero with a very inconspicuous name, rises to meet the... Read full review
Splat zombies using peas... again!
For those who were born yesterday and for those who missed reading the Galactic Trends magazine on your way to Earth, I must send this update: Plants vs. Zombies is the epitome of the Tower Defense genre of games. In my view, it has perfected this style of game by requiring much more... Read full review