Here were the top downloads from this week for all platforms.
Windows/Mac: Keeping your data private on the web is no easy task. Epic Privacy Browser is a Chromium-based browser that seeks to give you a private browsing experience without slowing down your browsing speed. P
Android (4.0+): Simplenote, our favorite syncing note taking app for the iPhone, is updating all of its services, and they’re starting with an official app for Android phones and tablets. The app offers the speed and simplicity you’ve come to expect from Simplenote, along with search and seamless sync.P
Android: If you’re coming to Google’s platform from the iPhone, one of the most jarring changes is that receiving text messages doesn’t turn your display on so you can see what’s being said. SMS WakeUp fixes this problem.P
iOS: We all have those things we want to do more often, and while a to-do list can help, Radar doesn’t just remind you to stay up on your repeated tasks, it gives you stats on how often you succeed.P
If you need to poll a big group of people, Typeform offers an intuitive interface and a ton of options, all for free.P
Android: Plenty of services promise that your messages will disappear when viewed, or that your conversations are private, but Surespot actually delivers. All of your messages are encrypted, you control whether images are sharable or not, and if you delete a message, it’s deleted from the recipient’s phone, too.P
Chrome: Wikipedia and YouTube are both bursting with helpful information, and Wikitube brings them both together to make your research more efficient.P
Chrome: You won’t find a shortage of tab management tools out there for Chrome and all of them manage to add something a little different to the way you browse. Veritabs is an extension that adds a vertical sidebar to your browser to help you easily find the tab you’re looking for.P
There are a hundred ways to copy files from one place to another with Windows Explorer, but copying to another folder from the right-click menu has remained strangely absent. No more!P
iPad: You have a ton of options for browsing the web on your iPad, but Opera’s new browser, Coast, changes the way you browse to make it a more visual experience.