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Windows Software Reviews.

True Launch Bar Review – Custom-Made Quick-Launch Bar for Better PC Control
The reason a lot of experienced PC users are known to be hardcore is because they want to multitask as fast and as easy as possible. Most of them are not satisfied with the stock features of Windows, so they resort to third-party applications for conducting daily tasks with the help of keyboard and desktop shortcuts. To cut to the chase, True Launch Bar is such a software tool that aims to make a power user's routine job a lot easier. It is a shortcut manager that contains numerous options an...

EaseUS Todo Backup Free Review – Speedy and Multi-Talented Data Backup App
Data backup and restore applications remain indispensable for any serious PC users who want to secure their important files or even the entire operating system with the current settings in case of unexpected data loss, malware infections, or simply a hard drive scarred with numerous software installations and uninstallations that eventually lead to Windows' refusal to function properly. EaseUS Todo Backup is not a new name in this domain. In fact, this tool has been around for many years and ...

SynWrite Review – Resourceful Text Editor for Programmers
Text editors are designed not only for casual users who want to compose word documents, but also for programmers looking for a reliable instrument to write code and seamlessly put together complex projects.  For example, Notepad++ is an app that a lot of programmers resort to, thanks to its similarity with the default Windows Notepad along with the complex features it comprises. For this review we're taking a look at SynWrite, another user-friendly text processor for advanced PC users that pu...

Start Menu 8: Make Windows 8 Feel like Home
Start Menu 8 brings back the Start button in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, provides a simple way for switching between the Metro and the desktop interface, and gives quick access to your programs and files. Aside from the support for Windows 8 platforms, the program can also be installed on Windows 7, Vista and XP, and used as a replacement to the traditional Start menu. The history of the Windows start buttons Windows 8 has been considered a disappointment ever since it came out with the remo...

AirDroid Review – Conveniently Manage Android Devices via Wi-Fi
All of us get a cable when purchasing a new smartphone or tablet, and let's face it: we all complain at some point that it's too short or that we simply cannot find it around the house. A simpler solution would be to control the device via a wireless network connection, and that's exactly what AirDroid proposes. This is a straightforward and approachable desktop client that enables you to establish a remote connection between your Android-powered smartphone / tablet and computer through a wir...



Mac Software Reviews.

Parcel Review – Track Your Package Deliveries in Real Time
Online shopping is gaining more and more ground: you get to pick out items from the comfort of your desktop and have them delivered directly to your doorstep. Parcel is a stylish little app that can help you track each shipment and receive notifications on all delivery updates. Parcel comes with client apps for both Mac desktops and iOS devices and with a synchronization service that will update the changes on all your devices (an account is required for the sync feature). Noteworthy is that ...

MPlayerX Review – Minimalist Media Player That Can Handle Almost Any File Format
The native media support on Mac OS X is limited to QuickTime’s capabilities, so it’s no wonder that using media players that integrate 3rd-party libraries and codecs is a common practice. MPlayerX takes advantage of two popular open source projects, FFmpeg and MPlayer, in order to help you play almost any type of media file on your Mac. The difference between MPlayerX and any other media player that it is built around the FFmpeg and MPlayer projects is represented by the ease of use with whic...

Mailbox Review – Sort Your Emails with a Swipe
Dealing with a large influx of emails on a daily basis is both time consuming and stressful. Mailbox is a desktop email client maintained by Dropbox that aims to streamline the process by allowing you to effortlessly organize, archive, and delete your messages with simple swipe motions. The Mailbox capabilities are organized around two main functions: you get to manage your messages in a more intuitive manner, while all modifications are synced instantly between your devices with the help of ...

Pixelmator Review – A Well-Thought-Out and User-Oriented Image Editing App for Everyday Use
Finding the right image processing application might prove to a difficult job, especially if you take into account the large number of image editing utilities available on the market. Most graphics and design apps come filled with a myriad of smart editing and painting tools designed to make your job easier. Be that as it may, only a handful of them manage to pack everything into a well-designed and intuitive interface like the one featured by Pixelmator. Pixelmator is a fully featured image...

Pocket Review – Save Interesting Web Content for Later
The Internet is filled with useful information, interesting articles and webpages, impressive pictures and captivating videos that might capture our attention between daily tasks. Most of the times, we come across compelling content when we are engaged in other activities that do not allow us to promptly view, read or watch the found material. Fortunately, there are numerous Mac OS X applications that make it possible for you to save your discoveries and access them during your free time. Poc...



PC Games Reviews.

The Talos Principle Review (PC)
Croatian developer Croteam is mostly known for its outlandish first-person shooter series Serious Sam, which delivered great adventures throughout the years, while encompassing the core mechanics of retro shooters. However, the studio is keen on making a name for itself in other ways and has just launched The Talos Principle, a novel first-person puzzle game that's written by Tom Jubert and Jonas Kyratzes, and brought to life in a great series of environments that feel refreshing, to say the ...

Basketball Pro Management 2015 Review (PC)
Basketball Pro Management 2015 is a Cyanide-made video game that aims to give fans of the sport of basketball a chance to take on the role of team manager and control a variety of organizations and players, seeking to win games and claim the glory associated with the sport. I have been a fan of both Pro Cycling Manager and Football Manager for a long time and that means that the new title is something that appeals to the number cruncher and team tweaker inside me, even if basketball is not my...

The Old City: Leviathan Review (PC)
Developer PostMod Softworks is the last on the list of studios working on an “exploration” game. I refuse to use the “walking simulator” syntagm to tag this game genre because there’s so much more than actually waling in these games. The Old City: Leviathan is the first part of a larger story that PostMod has decided to allow PC gamers to experience. Following in the footsteps of already popular titles like Dear Esther, Gone Home and The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, PostMod’s game adheres to th...

Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms Review (PC)
Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms is an isometric action role-playing game that offers an interesting world to explore and some sweet novel gameplay mechanics to toy with. The game continues developer Games Farm's Heretic Kingdoms series, showing a world in disarray, in a time of uneasy peace, following a long period of tyranny. The basic premise of the game is one that we have seen many times throughout history. After the fall of a despotic regime, the rebellion takes its place, oftentimes enforcin...

Hearthstone: Goblins vs Gnomes Review (PC)
Hearthstone has only been out for less than a year, but it seems that Blizzard's creation is only getting more and more momentum as time goes by. The collectible card game registered over 20 million players worldwide, and a brand new expansion was just released a week ago, sparking even more interest in the fate of the heroes of Warcraft. One of the best things about the expansion is the fact that, in the early days, you never know what you're going to run into. Before the dust settles and a...




Latest News.

Sony Confirms PlayStation Network Is Back Online
PlayStation owners had one of the ugliest Christmas if they were planning to play their favorite game on their PS3 or PS4. As many of you probably know by now, both PlayStation Network and Xbox Live services were under attack for more than 12 hours on Christmas day. A group calling itself Lizard Squad warned Sony and Microsoft earlier this month that they should prepare for that kind of attack on Christmas day, but it looks like both companies were caught unprepared and console players haven'...

GOTY 2014 Best Concept: Endless Legend
Next up in our Softpedia Game of the Year 2014 awards is the winner of the Best Concept category, Amplitude Studios' Endless Legend. The first big thing that Endless Legend has going for it is the world design. It looks gorgeous, colorful and varied, with a ton of races, different units for all the factions, and the terrain isn't simply a picture on a hex grid but instead looks more realistic, highly stylized and very pleasant to the eye. The world map has actual height differences that fact...

A Gamer’s Week: December 28
This week, the review department of Softpedia Games is delivering long-form evaluations for: Pro Basketball Management 2015, The Old City Leviathan and Shadows Heretic Kingdoms. There are also video game-related editorials which talk about cynicism and the way it should be used by video game lovers, and the impact winter updates have on popular titles. Our Game of the Year 2014 series shows which were the best experiences of the past year in a variety of categories. As always, we also have ...

New Styx: Master of Shadows Teased in Holiday-Themed Trailer
Developer Cyanide Studios teased an upcoming sequel to this year’s stealth adventure video game Styx: Master of Shadows, via a short and pretty silly video. The video, as is always the case with Styx, features murder and misdirection, but this time around it also features a corny Christmas hat, because it’s the perfect time of year to say “Ho Ho Homicide.” The video ends with a message informing that Styx will be back in a brand new adventure, and provides no timeframe for when that will be....

Hearthstone Fan Creates Custom Story-Based Warcraft 3 Campaign
Since Hearthstone was launched many Magic the Gathering players have changed sides and are now exclusively playing Blizzard's card game. Of course many would say that Wizards of the Coast's game is much more complex and far superior than Hearthstone, but the latter benefits from a more than decent online client and more appealing for the masses due to its easy to learn gameplay rules. However, just like any other card game, Hearthstone only had a limited set of cards at the beginning, which ...

Feast Your Eyes on These Gorgeous Final Fantasy XV Screenshots
Square Enix released some more in-game shots of Final Fantasy XV, the highly anticipated Japanese role-playing game, displaying a compelling level of visual fidelity. Say what you will, but the direct feed footage provided by the developer so far looks amazing, so much so that it’s getting increasingly harder to believe that Final Fantasy XV will actually look like that and have a high enough frame rate to be playable at launch. The game is set in the Fabula Nova Crystallis Universe, and wil...

Steam Holiday Sale Day 10 Has Shadowrun: Dragonfall, Watch Dogs, Shovel Knight, More on Discount
The 10th Steam Holiday Sale brings quite a few interesting deals on new and old games. Most of today’s Featured Deals category contains popular franchises like Warhammer, Fallout and Shadowrun. Some of the best games in these franchises are now on sale for important discounts. Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut seems to be the best deal today with a 60% discount, gamers can get it for just €5.99. Strategy fans that, for whatever reason, skipped Crusader Kings II, should not miss this opp...

BMW M5 Giveaway – Facebook Scam
Cybercriminals know very well that the bigger the prize in a giveaway, the larger the number of participants, and that’s why they started to run a scam on Facebook that promises a possible two BMW M5 cars as a possible reward. The fake offer comes via a post, most of the times from a friend in the list that has already taken the bait. It's a common trick, don't fall for it Such scams have become quite common during the holiday season, as crooks also promised two Audi R8 sports cars and Samsun...

GOTY 2014 Concept Runner-Up: Hearthstone
Next up in our Softpedia Game of the Year 2014 awards series is the runner-up of the Best Concept category, Blizzard Entertainment's Hearthstone. Hearthstone went live earlier this year in March, after spending quite some time in beta. It was an unusual move for Blizzard, a video game with a very small scope and a tiny development team, that came in stark contrast with the way things used to be done. Blizzard usually assembles an army of developers that start toiling away at a monumental pro...

Orlando Bloom Would Be a Perfect Match for Taylor Swift, Says Ed Sheeran
Taylor Swift has had an amazing 2014 and she believes it was so also because she decided she was no longer in search of a boyfriend, that she was happier by focusing on herself and her girlfriends. If pal Ed Sheeran has his way, she might end up next with Orlando Bloom. Considering that he was recently linked to Selena Gomez and that Selena is one of Taylor’s best friends, here’s to hoping that Ed has also thought of a way to prevent these two getting in a fight over a man.    Ed Sheeran, t...