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Toolwiz Cleaner review

Toolwiz Cleaner reclaims memory and storage space on your Android device by purging junk files and closing apps that don't need to be running. It enhances your privacy by deleting log files, saved searches, and app caches. It not only uninstalls but backs up your apps. This free app runs in Android 2.3 and up; Toolwiz Cleaner Version 2.0.3200 ran crisply and smoothly in our Android 4.3 smartphone.


Closes apps: Far too many Android apps seem to think you're missing something if they're not running all the time, and you are: You'… Read more

Decocche review

Decocche is a sticker app that allows you to add all kinds of fun stuff to your photos, from frames and greetings to wigs and eye makeup. We were impressed by the wide array of options that Decocche offers, and we think it's a great choice for anyone who likes to jazz up their images.


Loads of stickers: Decocche claims to offer over 1,000 free stickers, and while we didn't count, we can confirm that the app contains a ton of stickers. Wigs, hats, glasses, makeup, facial hair, flowers, bows, and other accessories abound, but there … Read more

Clipper review

Clipper promises to help users create and share attractive videos, offering an array of musical choices and effects for customizing your cinematic masterpiece. There's a lot to like about Clipper, but it falls short in one very important way: it doesn't always save your finished videos.


Attractive, intuitive interface: Clipper launches with a tutorial that walks you through the process of creating a video; but even without this, the app would be pretty easy to figure out. The interface is sleek and easy to navigate, allowing you to create and preview great-looking videos in a matter of … Read more

Invoice Maker review

Invoice Maker works as advertised, enabling you to create invoices and save them as PDFs or e-mail them, but comes with a few annoying accessibility issues that make it clumsy, slow, and at times annoying. Although in theory it supports all countries, it really feels like it's made for US users only.


Comprehensive: With Invoice Maker you can add extensive company, client, product, and invoice information, everything from addresses to product descriptions. Editing existing invoices or adding subcategories to products is also possible, making this app handy for small businesses.

Easy to use: Even if you're not … Read more

My Data for Mac review

My Data for Mac gives you a handy table to help you keep track of all kinds of information that can be broken down into small chunks. It's an innovative way to stay organized and on top of your daily tasks, appointments, work projects, and more.

The interface for My Data is clear and straightforward, and the Help document explains all features clearly. In the main window, you'll see a chart with five columns. The first column is for your topic, and then the remaining four are for subtopics. You can enter a new topic and subtopics into … Read more

Selfie Photo Editor review

Selfie Photo Editor gives you tips on how to take the perfect selfie, and then provides an array of editing tools to help you make it even better. Get a great shot, airbrush your skin, add just the right filter, and more, and then share your photo with your friends, or save it to your phone.

This app opens to a Tip screen that gives you some ideas about how to take great selfies. When you're ready to give it a try, yourself, just tap the camera icon to take a photo, or select one from your photo gallery. … Read more

Badland review

Badland is a sidescrolling game in which you control a small forest creature on a quest to discover what's gone wrong in his world. You'll encounter numerous obstacles along the way, and there are many levels to work through on the way to achieving your ultimate goal. And you can even combine forces with up to three other players with the local multiplayer feature.

When you first open Badland, you'll be on the home screen where you can access all of the features of the app. To start playing, select "Single Player" or "Multiplayer,&… Read more

Lyn for Mac review

Lyn for Mac serves as a gallery for all your images, whether local, remote, or on a connected camera. The app comes with a free trial and offers a handy way of geotagging images just by dragging and dropping them onto a map. It's also equipped to handle the editing of metadata for multiple images at a time, as well as to convert them to another format.

Lyn for Mac features a clean main screen with a toolbar through which you can adjust the view options and share images to popular services like Flickr, Picasa, Facebook, and Dropbox, and … Read more

Fundography review

Fundography is an app to browse photos from various fundraisers, or share your own, on the site of the same name. Whether you're a regular participant in fundraising events, an event planner, or you're just interested in seeing what was going on, you'll enjoy using this innovative crowdsourcing photo tool.

When you open Fundography, you have the option of browsing the listings, logging in, or creating an account. Setting up an account is free, although you don't have to have an account to look around the site. If you want to add an event or upload … Read more

Video Player review

Video Player doesn't offer much over Android's default player, let alone other advanced video players you can find. Its better features are marred by its overreliance on ads and how difficult it is to set up. That makes it hard to recommend in a world of fantastic free players like VLC and MX Player.

This app lets you play most video formats around, but you have to download a second app just to get it to play anything. Once you download that small add-on, the video player works fine, but it doesn't offer much more than a … Read more