Mac: CyberGhost VPN, one of the five best VPN providers as voted by Lifehacker readers, finally has an OS X client. Mac users can now use the free VPN service to browse the Internet securely and anonymously.
Windows/Mac/Linux: If you like the whole Popcorn Time experience, where you start a movie and can enjoy it while it's being downloaded in the background, TorrenTV brings the same feel to the Apple TV using AirPlay on your Mac. Drag a file in, and it plays on the big screen while downloading on your computer.
iOS: We already have our picks for the best calendar app and the best to-do app for iPhones, but Timeful wants to converge the two. What's more, it also offers to intelligently slot your tasks at the best time possible.
iOS: Since the dawn of time, humans have been building ever more elaborate tools to simplify their lives. Today that long journey comes to an end with Push for Pizza, the app that lets you order a pizza with a single button.
Android: The camera on the back of your phone is far better than the front-facing one. Smart Selfie lets you use this better sensor to take high-resolution, high-quality self portraits, by guiding you with voice prompts.
Mac: Diagnostics utilities don't really need to be feature-packed. In fact, since their main purpose is to give you information about a busted Mac, it's actually best if they're very simple. EtreCheck fits that bill.
Android (Rooted): Flip your phone on its side and you'll find that when you tap in a text input field, the keyboard and text entry area occupy the entire screen. Disable Fullscreen Keyboard is an Xposed module that prevents this from happening.