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Windows Software Reviews.

Konvertor FM Review - Resourceful Yet Not So Intuitive Media Converter
Konvertor FM is a resourceful application whose primary function is image conversion. However, it packs other handy options under its hood, such as file managing and viewing, image editing, and disc burning. The installer takes a while to finish and lets you configure some basic options, like creating shortcuts, changing the program destination, and enabling support for additional files types: ArtWeaver, Corel Draw, DjVU, CAD images, Ghostscript, old audio formats, OpenOffi...

Glary Disk Explorer Review: Look for Files and Folders Eating Up a Lot of Space on Your Disk
Glary Disk Explorer is a small application able to identify files and folders that eat up space on your disk. It can be deployed on all Windows platforms out there.  This free tool reveals a graphical representation of how much space items occupy on your computer with the aid of pie charts. You also get to view detailed information about each file and directory, and filter the results by file extension.  Identifying space hogs helps you decide which items you want to kee...

iFreeUp Review - Intuitive File Cleaner and Manager for iPhone and iPad
Developed for iPhone and iPad users, iFreeUp is a lightweight software application that aims to reduce clutter and maintain devices by regularly cleaning junk files.  It supports privacy sweeping, anti-theft, photo shredding, and performance optimization. Moreover, the utility has a built-in file manager that permits you to seamlessly delete, import and expo...

Sublight Review: Download Multilingual Subtitles Automatically
Finding the right subtitles for your movies requires multiple searches on the Internet and file downloads on your computer. To spice things up a little bit, imagine the subtitles cannot be loaded into your media player due to unforeseen errors, are not synchronized, lack proper formatting, are not properly translated into the desired language, and the nightmare may go on.  Sublight is a small software utility developed to help you perform searches for subtitles on multiple ...

Inky Review - Smart Email Client Driven by Simplicity
Developed for casual users with multiple email accounts, Inky is a free cloud-based mail client wrapped in an attractive and intuitive interface. This software application is rather simple to configure and it focuses on key aspects about emails, such as smart views, unified inbox, and relevance sorting. It lets you set up email accounts for any provider and s...



Mac Software Reviews.

Memory Monitor Review - RAM Optimizer That Really Works
Long gone are the days when Macs used to run, purring smoothly, with no more than 4 GB of RAM, because, with more and more resource avid apps coming our way, chances are that at some point in time you have experienced moments when OS X wasn’t in its best form in terms of speed. Not to say that its intelligent memory management doesn’t do a good job, but the reality is that most users don’t run it on Mac Pros with 3.5 GHZ 6-Core processors and 32 GB of RAM. Very e...

Hear Review - Sound As You Never Heard It Before
We think that most of you will agree that the speakers built-in in most Macs are quite good when it comes to overall sound quality, but even so, there’s still potential for improvement. Even if you have a professional home theater or a pair of high-quality headphones, without some proper tweaking and equalization options, you can’t squeeze the absolute best of what they have to offer. You can easily address these issues without having to take the expensive route of buyin...

Andy Review - Run Android Apps on Your Mac
Andy is a virtualization solution that aims at closing the gap between your Mac and your mobile device to provide the same Android experience on your desktop. The application emulates the Android OS in a virtual machine that runs as a VirtualBox guest. To streamline the install...

Unified Remote Review - All-Encompassing Remote Control for Your Computer
Whether we realize it or not, remote controls have changed our lives quite a bit, from the way we arrange our homes to the way we interact with the wide variety of devices around us. Because throughout the last years, the “boom” of social media websites such as YouTube has greatly contributed towards the latest drop in TV viewing statistics, it’s no surprise that, like many other technologies, remote controls have found their way from our sofas on to our computers.

Slack Review - Versatile Communication Tool for Your Team
Most team communication strategies imply either sending collective emails or face-to face team meetings for outlining tasks, while using many other tools to keep in touch with each member, for managing the projects or for sharing files. The Slack online service aims at providing a simple-to-use workspace where the team members get to freely exchange information while, at the same time, keepi...



PC Games Reviews.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Review (PC)
Few role-playing game franchises have earned a following as big as The Witcher saga made by Polish studio CD Projekt Red. What started out as a niche experience based on novels popular mostly in the East European country is now a blockbuster property that's finally seeing its third and final installment debut across PC, PS4, and Xbox One. With the promise of big adventures for protagonist Geralt of Rivia, an even bigger open world, and lots of refined mechanics, The Witcher...

Interplanetary Review (PC)
Interplanetary is a video game which I tend to associate with a book I have recently read, called The Three Body Problem, because both of them deal with the unpredictable ways in which planets and stars move around each other and the effects that their combined gravity fields can have on the evolution of civilization. The new title created by Team Jolly Roger asks the player to carefully judge distances and trajectories in order to conduct warfare between planets in a world...

Invisible Inc. Review (PC)
Invisible Inc. is a special kind of game, blending elements from several different genres with a very appealing aesthetic and all the mystery and drama of a spy thriller. Its makers, Klei Entertainment, have already established a foothold in our collective gaming spirit with Shank, Mark of the Ninja and Don't Starve, proving that they're some of the most versatile and talented indie devs on the market. Now they're back with yet another great game that challenges us with ...

Freaking Meatbags Review (PC)
Tower defense titles with varied premises are quite popular nowadays, but very few actually try to innovate in different ways. Fortunately for fans of such experiences, Freaking Meatbags from independent studio Wild Factor takes the tower defense recipe and adds quite a lot of various innovative features, not to mention a healthy dose of outlandishness in terms of writing. As you control a bureaucratic robot tasked with colonizing planets using fleshy creatures, you need...

VoidExpanse Review (PC)
Flying around in space, blowing up pirates, undergoing missions to aid the rebels against the Empire, and maybe engaging in a little bit of fair trading and smuggling, were all things I used to fantasize about as a kid. Back then, I had to use my imagination a lot, what with space flight being the stuff of science fiction. Thankfully, in the meantime, a lot of people used their imagination a lot too, making computers powerful and accessible, so I wouldn't have to strain my ...




Latest News.

Q4OS Linux Distro Will Allow Users to Purchase Apps via New Software Center
On May 22, Softpedia was informed by the developer of Q4OS, a small distribution of GNU/Linux that uses the old-school KDE3 desktop environment and has been designed for low-end computers, that the distro reached version 1.2.2. The biggest feature of the Q4OS 1.2.2 release is the addition of a new Software Centre application that promises to allow users to manage software package in the distribution much easier than with traditional methods. Shortly, the Software Centre...

CrossOver Now Offers Better Support for Running Diablo III on Ubuntu and Debian
CodeWeavers has released recently a new version of their commercial CrossOver software that allows GNU/Linux and Mac OS X users to run Windows applications. It's a front-end for Wine! According to the changelog, CrossOver 14.1.3 is a very small release that fixes no more than two issues, one for the Mac OS X operating system and another of Ubuntu and Debian GNU/Linux distributions. With this new maintenance release of CrossOver, Linux users will be able to play the Diabl...

Windows 10 Finally Receives New Icons in Build 10125
Microsoft is trying to bring the Windows 10 icons saga to an end with a complete new set of icons that is part of build 10125 and which could be included in the final version of the operating system too. Leaked screenshots of Windows 10 build 10125 that reached the web earlier today reveal some minor changes that Microsoft made...

Windows 10 Build 10125 Screenshots Leaked
Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 build 10122 to insiders earlier this week, but the company has also submitted a new fresh build to partners and now we finally have the first screenshots with this version. According to Russian leaker WZor, partners recently received Windows 10 build 10125 and leaked screenshots that were posted online a ...

Xiaomi Mi4i Overheating Issues Fixed via Software Update
Good news for Xiaomi Mi4i owners who reported overheating issues, as the Chinese company announced the it has managed found the problem and already delivered a fix. “We’ve heard from some Mi 4i users that their devices can get warm under strenuous conditions such as complex 3D gaming and benchmarking apps. To address these concerns, we’ve optimized our thermal control algorithms to better regulate the temperature. The new thermal controls adjust frequency, voltage and th...

The Witcher 3 Diary: The Downgrade Is Real But It Still Looks Good
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has officially been released this week and, after spending many hours in its huge open world, I can one thing for sure: the graphics downgrade, as compared to the initial debut gameplay video in 2013, is real. However, the title still looks quite good for a 2015 game. The Witcher 3 was revealed to the world in spring of...

6tag for Windows Phone 5.0 Now Available for Download
Windows Phone developer Rudy Huyn announced a few days ago a new version of 6tag will be available for download soon. Today, 6tag version 5.0 has been pushed to Windows Phone Store for everyone to take advantage of its new features. As expected, there are quite a few improvements, but also new features that will make user experience much better. For example, there are 3 new filters available to users: Lark, Reyes and Juno. The update also adds new functionality such as v...

Microsoft Developing Cross-Platform Sharing App for Windows Phone, Android & iOS
It's only been a few days since word got out that Microsoft plans to launch an iOS email/chat hybrid application called Flow, and now it looks like information about another unannounced app emerged online. The so-called OneClip application will be available on all major mobile platforms, such as Android, iOS and Windows Phone, but it will also be launched on Windows. The information was leaked by @WalkingCat (also known as h0x0d), the same persons that ...

Opera Browser for Android Beta Updated with Speed Dial Synchronization
The beta version of Opera for Android devices has just been updated with a few new features and improvements. The most important seems to be the fact that users will now be able to synchronize the Speed Dial. Also, the base code has been upgraded to Chromium 43, which means other enhancements and tweaks can be implemented, such as native Android text selection and new context menus. Last but not least, various stability and usability improvements have been implemented to...

openSUSE Tumbleweed Gets Linux Kernel 4.0.3 and GNOME 3.16.2
A new set of improvements has landed in openSUSE Tumbleweed, the rolling release branch of the famous openSUSE Linux distribution. The advantages of a rolling-release Linux distribution is that developers can add all kinds of cool and new packages without having to resort to major new releases. They do test all these upgrades before releasing them, but they eventually land. The same can be said about the latest updates which cover the Linux kernel and the GNOME stack. Ac...