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6 Cool Apps To Simplify and Organize Your Life

6 Cool Apps To Simplify and Organize Your Life

31st December: “I will try to simplify my life this year, and be more organized!” 1st January: “My life is such a mess 🙁 ” Is your New Year resolution is to simplify and organize your life more efficiently without giving in much effort? It can be cleaning up your inbox that is getting filled with people telling that you […]

     
 
 

iPhone Users, Here’s Why You Should Always Keep a Download Manager Handy

iPhone Users, Here’s Why You Should Always Keep a Download Manager Handy

The iPhone doesn’t have a download manager or a user exposed file system. If you’ve come from Android or you’re used to directly downloading files to your PC, or you live in India where people exchange a bazillion files every 30 seconds, this might just be a problem. While Safari will let you download files, there are some problems with […]

     
 
 

Use Truecaller’s Notification Center Widget on Your iPhone to Quickly Lookup Numbers

Use Truecaller’s Notification Center Widget on Your iPhone to Quickly Lookup Numbers

Almost every Android user I know actively uses Truecaller (or Truedialer). Almost every iPhone user I know… doesn’t. Truecaller on Android can do crazy helpful things like identifying who’s calling while they’re calling you, popup contact details when you copy a number and more. The iOS app, though, is heavily limited by comparison (and, of course, Truemessenger can’t even exist on […]

     
 
 

How to Check if Add-ons are Slowing Down Your Browser

How to Check if Add-ons are Slowing Down Your Browser

With regards to my past experiences, I can surely say that almost nothing can worsen my day than a slow-moving browser, or even a corrupted one that freezes and shuts down when it pleases. Considering the fact that I daily need tens of tabs open to do my job, a nice, speedy companion is a must. As for those who […]

 
     
 
 

The Ultimate Guide to Google Photos

The Ultimate Guide to Google Photos

Android was always criticized for not having a great photo management app, the default ones were slow and didn’t really synced with the cloud. Third party developers jumped in quickly with some really good alternatives like “QuickPic” but those too were lame when it came to the UI itself. Google at their I/O event this year unveiled the completely redesigned […]

 
     
 
 

How to Safeguard Your Receipts Online: the Best 4 Services at Hand

How to Safeguard Your Receipts Online: the Best 4 Services at Hand

Accounting is not an easy task, but one that is often mandatory, and also rewarding. By keeping track of all expenses and seeing what items have actually depleted your budget, you can make adjustments and improvements. In a past article we have talked about how to keep track of accounting by using several desktop tools and mobile-based applications. Well, today, […]

     
 
 

7 Ways to Quickly Tweet Without Getting Sucked into the Timeline Vortex

7 Ways to Quickly Tweet Without Getting Sucked into the Timeline Vortex

Recently, I’ve been spending a lot of time on Twitter. Most of it is spent scrolling through my timeline. That’s not a bad thing. But I’ve noticed that I do it almost accidentally. There are times when I go to Twitter to catch up on my timeline and there are times when I’m scrolling through the TL and suddenly find […]

 
     
 
 

The Best 5 Anti-Malware Tools for Mac OS to Enhance Protection

The Best 5 Anti-Malware Tools for Mac OS to Enhance Protection

Security wise, the Mac OS is considered more secure than Windows will ever be, and that’s something that has to do with the mode in which the platform itself has been written, and maintained. For instance, both platforms offer software updates that fix loop-holes and cracks into the surface, but those delivered onto the Mac OS platform are more comprehensive, […]

 
     
 
 

Use Text-To-Speech to Fly Through Your Reading List

Use Text-To-Speech to Fly Through Your Reading List

As I type this, there are currently 3000 odd articles in my Instapaper queue. Now, I’m not kidding myself. I’ve accepted that I’m never going to get through that list. Pocket Zero is a nice theory and all, but it’s not for me. Still, in those 3000 articles are some gems I really don’t want to miss out on. For […]