Read/write filesystem support for Android.
While it doesn't offer pure read/write access like you'd expect, this lets you mount things. You can use any other file manager (I use ), and it prompts to download it
Has a free version, but I don't know what the difference between that and the pay version is.
NTFS, exFAT, HFS+, FAT32, extFS
A BitTorrent client.
Meant to be an open-source clone of uTorrent, it does do a very good job of mimicing it.
Entertainment > Games >
An awkward early-access survival game which features wandering around, being killed by boars and trees, and attempting to build structures.
I might have been able to deal with boring and ugly, but the interface is shit; pass. Maybe when this is released I'll care again.
A video editor, and more; too much more.
A terrible initial impression; it requires some patience, watching a tutorial and following instructions. Don't wander around; don't use strange features, and stay in the "Edit" view!
Google > Chrome >
Software > Web browsers >
Brave is a web browser that uses components from Chrome (Chromium) , to build a more security-conscious browser which also has a server-independent commenting mechanism like an old ICQ project had.
Like Chrome, it's missing fundamental things.
Lets you easily create links from within explorer.
The commandline equivalent is ln - command line hardlinks