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Uptodown has an enormous catalogue of programs, each with a corresponding product description. To delve even deeper into the possibilities of particular software, we highlight the most relevant programs—whether they be desktop programs (for Windows, Mac, or Ubuntu) or smartphone apps (for iOS and Android)—and talk about them in depth, explaining how they work and giving a clear verdict on their possibilities.

How to use MEGA to store files on the cloud

A few months ago MEGA, Megaupload’s successor, was launched. Megaupload was the most popular in the world at the time it was closed. Many...

Create animated GIFs on your smartphone with Cinemagram

Cinemagram is a smartphone app that allows you to easily create animated GIFs. The app first arrived on iOS in 2011, and the Android...

Stormbound: Kingdom Wars – A real alternative to Clash Royale?

Stormbound: Kingdom Wars is a new turn-based strategy/TCG title that has some very compelling graphics.

March to the beat in the strange and fun PARADE!

PARADE! isn't your everyday, typical rhythm game. Here, you get to lead a parade which will continue to grow as more and more animals join in behind you.

Run apps in windows from your Android with the Multitasking app

Multitasking is a free tool that lets you use a desktop window system on Android.

Cleaner for WhatsApp, the best cleaning tool for your favorite messenger

Cleaner for WhatsApp es una app gratuita para Android que permite navegar por los archivos almacenados por la app de mensajería para eliminarlos.

Launchy instantly searches for and runs any program

The free tool Launchy adds a widget to the desktop to run programs and instantly search for files

Synfig Studio: Create professional 2D animations without needing to know Flash

Synfig Studio is a free and open source 2D vector graphics and timeline-based computer animation program

Cracked mobile phone screen? Handy Soft Keys might just do the...

A free app to enable Android virtual buttons that you can access from any part of the screen.

Minuum, a virtual Android keyboard to use with one finger

Minuum is an ultracompact keyboard that’s much smaller than the tradition QWERTY and apt for users with fat, unprecise fingers.