This week’s fastest-rising downloads are helping our users be more productive and more creative while blowing off steam. Looking for some new programs to try? Give thise a whirl.
Furious 5: Apps on the rise
Ever find yourself having to click the same spot over and over and over again? Maybe you’re playing a game where you have to click in the same spot several times. That’s where GS Auto Clicker comes in. Don’t let your wrist get tired from all that boring clicking. Try GS Auto Clicker and let the program do all the clicking for you!
FL Studio used to be known as Fruity Loops. If you want to launch your music career, this is a program you want on your radar. Use FL Studio to create sick beats. If Mozart were alive today, he’d be all over this program. Unleash your inner composer and see what iconic sounds you can create with FL Studio!
Warning: Circumventing the anti-piracy protections of Blu-Rays is technically illegal. That said, pirates gonna pirate. If you need a copy of your Blu-Ray for legal reasons only, this is a tool to help you down the road. If you plan on embracing the dark side and thumbing your nose at the copyright gods, consult your lawyer, and consider if this program is right for you.
What can’t Skype do? The versatile communication app allows video calls, texting, and regular old phone calls. Gather ’round, kids. Many, many years ago, your ancestors would dial a phone number and actually talk to a person on the other end. You had to give them your nearly undivided attention! You couldn’t save your replies for a lull in “Game of Thrones” because the person on the other end of the call was just sitting there, waiting for your reply. Skype lets you do that. But it also aces all kinds of other communication. If you haven’t tried it yet, what are you waiting for?
A first-person shooter with 16-bit graphics? Count us in! If you’re tired of getting demolished in Fortnite: Battle Royale, maybe you’ll be up for a little retro shoot-’em-up. Looking for a game that lets you blow off some steam in a simple, fun way? Ravenfield may be just what the doctor ordered.
What will dominate our charts next week? Got an app you want us to spotlight? Let us know in the comments below!