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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.

Notion is one of the most powerful productivity apps on Android

An app with endless possibilities: Notion lets you do everything from writing simple to-do lists to creating wikis shared between different users.

The best Lite apps to save space and RAM on your...

Alternative Apps to the standard titles often consume much fewer resources than the originals: Facebook Lite, Slimsocial for Twitter, Opera Mini, Smart Launcher, etc …

Has Brawl Stars conquered more countries than Clash Royale?

Since its release, Brawl Stars has been leading the top of the Android app charts in many countries. Let’s see if it’s managed to surpass Clash Royale, Supercell’s previous hit.

Devil Crasher, a stunning JRPG with turn-based combat

This game that stands out for its spectacular graphics and entertaining gameplay has recently been made available as a soft-launch.

Mint is the ultralight browser from Xiaomi available for Android

The Chinese brand just released Mint, a lightweight and fast browser created for less powerful Android devices.

The legendary Lemmings is back as a new Android game

Lemmings have returned to the world of videogames with a new free installment that’s perfectly adapted to touchscreen devices.

Blood Souls Arena attempts to emulate Dark Souls on Android

This new free game takes inspiration from the Souls saga in an attempt to bring the experience to mobile devices.

Identify any plant species with PlantSnap

PlantSnap is an interesting app that helps you identify any plant species with just one simple photo.

Combat depression and anxiety with Moodpath

Moodpath is an app that asks you questions everyday to evaluate and tell you if you suffer from anxiety or depression.

Virtually decorate any space with IKEA Place

IKEA Place is an app that lets you use augmented reality to try out products from the company’s official catalog and see how they’ll look in your home before you buy.
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