Software Roundup: 10 Interesting Apps to Learn About This Week


This app roundup covers the best apps from different categories and ensures you’ll get a variety of tasks done efficiently.

This week’s software roundup covers ten interesting apps that you should learn about and use on your devices. All of these apps have been selected from our Software Discovery section, and we think it’s worth paying it a visit.

1. Opera Touch


Opera Touch is a web browser that features a fast web search and is designed to make it easy to browse with only one hand. It knows you like to browse the web when you’re on the go, so it has made it easier to use the browser with a single hand.

  • Instant search
  • Fast action button
  • Create flows
  • Safe and secure
  • Native ad-blocker

2. SwiftSearch


SwiftSearch is a lightweight program whose purpose is to help you quickly find the files you need on your Windows machine without ever requiring you to index your drives.

  • Blazing fast
  • Simple
  • Powerful

3. Internet


Internet browser is a lightweight, fast, and private web browser for Android devices from Amazon. It’s very small, has the private tabs feature, provides news, and lets you surf the world wide web.

  • Lightweight
  • Private tabs
  • Get news and updates

4. Olddit


Olddit automatically redirects all “” links to “,” making the old design painless to use with existing bookmarks, external links, and browser history/autocomplete.

  • Brings back the old Reddit style
  • Works in Chrome

5. Defender Injector


Defender Injector helps you add file and folder exceptions to the Windows Defender utility available on your computer. This way you can make sure the utility does not end-up deleting the files that are necessary to run programs on your PC.

  • Add file and folder exceptions to Windows Defender
  • Prevent necessary files from being removed

6. Wi-Fi Login


Wi-Fi Login offers a quick way to test your iOS device’s WiFi Internet connection and resolves any login or terms acceptances required for connected networks.

  • Test WiFi connection
  • Resolve WiFi login issues

7. Quickey Tab


Quickey Tab is a time-saving Chrome tab that launches websites with keyboard shortcuts – it’s the fastest way to get where you need to in the browser.

  • Faster than bookmarks
  • Global hotkeys
  • Easy editing
  • Beautiful backgrounds

8. BuildProp Editor


With BuildProp Editor you can easily edit your build.prop or any other properties file on your Android device. It comes with an intelligent code editor with syntax-highlighting for multiple languages.

  • Edit system properties
  • Text editor
  • Backups
  • Detailed information
  • Sharing
  • Categorize
  • Material design

9. SymbolicLinker


SymbolicLinker is a contextual menu plugin and service for macOS that allows users to make symbolic links in the Finder. You can create a symbolic link just by right-clicking on the files and selecting an option.

  • Create symbolic links
  • Easy to use
  • Works from the contextual menu

10. Pixel Pick


Pixel Pick is a free color picker tool that picks the pixels color under your mouse cursor on the desktop and translates it into a number of different color formats such as RGB, CMYK, HSB, HEX or Web Color format.

  • Magnifier
  • Recent picks
  • Minimized on tray
  • Small and easy to use

With these apps at your disposal, you should be able to do a lot of tasks faster and more efficiently than ever. If you like these apps, you will definitely like our Software Discovery section that has more of these apps for you. Check it out and let us know what you think about it in the comments below.

Mahesh Makvana
Mahesh Makvana

Mahesh Makvana is a freelance tech writer who's written thousands of posts about various tech topics on various sites. He specializes in writing about Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android tech posts. He's been into the field for last eight years and hasn't spent a single day without tinkering around his devices.

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