Software Reviews

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.

YouTube premieres Fan Finder, a new subscribe feature for fans

The most famous YouTube channels are noted for their huge number of subscribers, who want to see every video that’s uploaded on that profile. Winning new fans isn’t always a simple task, though, and thus the videosharing platform has designed Fan Finder with the aim of finding and connecting thousands of users with new channels to turn them into new fans.

Poke, the new app from Facebook, lets you send self-destructing messages

Facebook has released an app called Poke, a service that allows you to send messages, photos, and videos that can be viewed by the...

Google launches Google Keep

Recently, the guys at Mountain View introduced a new service, adding to the dozens that Google already offers, even after having been scrutinized recently...

Passing Away 2.0: What happens to your social media accounts when...

It used to be that the most complicated thing about dying was thinking about what to put on your epitaph, and then taking care...

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

Feedly, the most complete RSS reader for iOS and Android

Feedly is an RSS reader with different PC versions for both Windows and Ubuntu, in addition to iOS and Android, which has become almost...

Google let’s you decide what happens with your information when you...

Not to make things gloomy, but it really is an important topic. What happens to your Internet life when you die? We’ve already talked...