NatGeo Wallpaper Downloader clearly was the most popular app the last time this website was up and running. As its biggest fans surely know, since its latest release, I've worked on a new version. A version that not only offered a wallpaper downloader, but also a wallpaper manager and even a theme creator. As the title already stated and the downloads area can prove, that version will most probably not see the light of day. Why? Simply put, there's no point, if you ask me.
As its fans surely know, Portable Software Updater stopped working a while back - not because of an actual bug in the application, but a switch in the way software was updated using the PortableApps.com platform/launcher: a switch from plain text to an archived text file. Obviously, this new release fixes that simple problem and a few other minor issues.
Nozavi's Apps is back with a lot of news and changes, both to the apps and the website. A couple of apps are pretty much in the grave (NatGeo Wallpaper Downloader and Easy Image Uploader), while a new one will be soon released (TV Episodes Renamer). Furthermore, the website has received a major facelift and will provide cool, new features: the new support system is already available, while donors will soon gain access to exclusive areas. Although there has never been a breach, I've decided to make the website and the apps even more secure. I won't go into a lot of details, but the most obvious change is the website's switch to HTTPS, while probably the least obvious one would be that the email address you use to unlock extras is now encrypted with two completely different algorithms, making it close to impossible for anyone to decrypt it. Obviously, the donors database doesn't store your decrypted email, either.
Most apps found on this website were created because no other software offered the same functionality. At first sight, that might not be true for TV Episodes Renamer and as far as the basic features are concerned, sure, there are other alternatives. Heck, at this point, a few of them are far more powerful. However, looking only at the basic features wouldn't be fair.
While some apps were created for the community - since I don't use them as often as others do - I've started working on TV Episodes Renamer because I really needed a program with everything this software has to offer now. This project probably involved writing more code than all the other apps combined, so it shouldn't be a surprise to anyone that its story began a long time ago - in 2015 if my memory serves me right.