Tomahawk 0.5.5 is a social media player that enables you to play your local music collection as well as tracks from the web, and also enables you to browse through the collections of your friends. If you’re keen to share your musical taste with your friends, look no further than ON AIR 220.127.116.114 which will automatically update your Skype status with the track you are currently listening to. If you’re on the lookout for new music, RipTunes 1.0 can be used to rips YouTube videos into MP3 tracks and you can stream this to all of your home computers using Serviio 1.0. This advanced DLNA server can also be used to stream video and photos across your network.
Everyone wants to ensure that their computer is running at peak performance and without problem and this is something that IObit Advanced SystemCare 18.104.22.1687. This suite of tools can be used to secure, optimize and maintain your computer while Webroot System Analyzer 22.214.171.124 is a program that can be used to quickly and easily analyze problems with your computer. Keep things running smoothly is important, but privacy and space-saving are also concern for many people. CCleaner 3.21 and CCleaner Portable 3.21 can be used to help in both of these areas but also assists in boosting the performance of your computer by cleaning up after a huge number of programs that you may have installed. SmartPower 1.4.2 is another interesting tool which can be used to control exactly when your computer powers on and off, helping you to save electricity and ensure that your machines are available when you need them most.
Mission Control / Expose Clone
For anyone who doesn’t mind getting a little hands-on with their system maintenance, FreeFixer 0.63 is a useful tool to help identify and remove unwanted and unnecessary software. This is a helpful utility in the fight against malware and a great addition to your security arsenal. Paragon Partition Manager 12 Free and Paragon Partition Manager 12 Home are updated versions of Paragon’s powerful partitioning tools. The free version is great for day to day partition formatting, creating and resizing partition, while the Home edition gives you access to more advanced options such as backing up and data moving. Sticking with the hardware side of things, MultiMonitorTool 1.0 32-bit and MultiMonitorTool 1.0 64-bit superbly supplement Windows display Control Panel and makes it easy to move program from one screen to another and much more. Moving to life online, Comodo IceDragon 126.96.36.199 is a newly release browser built on a Firefox core and designed with security in mind. The release of Mountain Lion also saw the release of Apple Safari for Lion 6 which includes a new unified search and address bar and a new offline reading feature. Users of Windows looking to emulate some of the features of OS X should take a look at Mission Control / Expose Clone W7 4.00 Beta which does exactly what the name suggests.
This has been quite a hectic week for Android releases, starting off with G Cloud 1.0.3. This is a cloud based backup solution for your mobile device that includes 1GB of free storage, with more available for a price. If you’re looking for an easy way to manage your Android phone or tablet from your computer, look no further than AirDroid 1.0.8 which enables you to connect to and control your device through a web browser. For anyone keen on getting more from their Android device and computer working in tandem, DeskNotifier 1.1.1 and DeskNotifier for Android 1.1.0 can be used together to receive notification from your phone or tablet within Windows. We’ve already mentioned a few media related tools in this roundup, but VLC (NEON version) 0.0.2 is an early version of the famous media player made available for Android. One final Android tool this week is Hideman 1.0 for Android which can be used to spoof your IP address and overcome country specific restrictions on web site access; there is also a Windows version of the tool available in the form of Hideman 1.8.
That’s it for another week – join us in another seven days for the next roundup, and keep checking Downloadcrew for all the latest releases.
This article originally appeared at softwarecrew.co.uk