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Build 60 (r22564) (Jun 26, 2009)
Definitely the best multi-protocol IM client out there. I switched from Pidgin to Digsby last year and couldn't be happier. It blows the rest out of the water.
3.1.21 RC2 (Feb 24, 2009)
An excellent free Notepad replacement. It is one of the first things I install on a new box. I do, however, wish it was an MDI (tabs) application instead of an SDI (separate windows) application, but the author has stated he does not intend to support that.
1.8 Build 6723 Alpha (Dec 3, 2007)
uTorrent has always been my BitTorrent client of choice.
It is silly to assume that this program is suddenly compromised, just because the new development team has a business connection to companies trying to promote the legal uses of BitTorrent. Since neither we, nor anyone else, has seen the source code, there is no reason to assume something bad is happening. If you're so suspicious, why don't you do a little packet sniffing and find out the truth for yourself? Until then, how about keeping the conspiracy theories to yourself?
4.07 Build 1374 Beta (Nov 27, 2007)
cFosSpeed is a very handy QoS application. It lets you do things like set your BitTorrent client to full speed, and since it [using default cFosSpeed settings] gets the lowest priority, it'll use your full bandwidth unless you're using it for other things that are typically higher priority, like VoIP or web surfing.
You can always see the changelog at http://www.cfos.de/beta/speed_whatsnew.txt
4.07 Build 1374 Beta (Aug 18, 2011 - 9:11 PM)
A lot of Android apps are utility apps, and don't necessarily require any user interaction. For instance, I've got an app that'll automatically turn wifi off if I'm out of a certain pre-defined cell tower area, and it'll turn it back on when I'm in that area again. I'm using the app, but I'm not interacting with it, so while it only does its thing for a very brief period, it's indispensable to me. I don't think Nielsen's numbers reflect that.
4.07 Build 1374 Beta (Aug 12, 2011 - 9:13 PM)
Google's new social network took a lot of the good stuff from Facebook, Twitter, and Google Wave and mashed it all together to make Google Plus.
Sorry to be nitpicky, but I believe you mean they mashed it all together to make Google+. There's no such thing as "Google Plus".
4.07 Build 1374 Beta (Aug 12, 2011 - 9:08 PM)
That about sums it up. Why anyone would download a trial version of any of this is beyond me. Malwarebytes, and you're done. It's that simple.
4.07 Build 1374 Beta (Aug 12, 2011 - 7:29 PM)
Lookout Mobile is a better alternative, has been installed by tens of millions of people, and is free.
4.07 Build 1374 Beta (Aug 9, 2011 - 7:20 PM)
The major complaint from users today, across both iOS and Android, is that the functionality is great, but should just be rolled into the existent Facebook app instead of broken off into its own.
Most definitely. Who the hell needs another application dedicated to messaging?
I wish Trillian for Android would support Facebook Messages.