Today’s downloads for Windows, Mac and Mobile

Download doPDFWindows: If you ever need to create a PDF document, you don’t need to pay for an expensive application. Use doPDF and you’ll be able to create PDF documents from any Windows application, as long as it has support for printing. Just select the doPDF virtual driver as your default printer and you’ll be able to convert your document to PDF in two clicks.

Fly KiwiiPhone: Fly Kiwi, Fly! is a simple arcade game where you help a flightless kiwi to soar across the world from New Zealand to the USA. Kiwi’s can’t fly, but this one saw the Space Shuttle, and dreams of nothing else. Starting with no help, in Fly Kiwi, Fly! you’ll guide kiwi as he jumps off a cliff, and attempts to fly as far as possible.

vuze.jpgMac: Vuze (formerly known as Azureus) is a bit-torrent client which follows a similar format to eMule but it’s makers claim it can offer significant improvements in terms of hits, download times and navigating available material. There’s no doubt that Vuze offers some spectacularly fast download times but this comes at a price – mainly the fact that it squeezes so much out of your bandwidth that surfing the net becomes painfully slow.

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