The Best Chrome Extensions for Photographers and Enthusiasts

The Best Chrome Extensions for Photographers and Enthusiasts

Not only aimed at photographers, but also perfect for photography enthusiasts, there are plenty of extensions for Google Chrome browser that you could use. Being a great modern browser, Google Chrome offers a wide array of apps, add-ons, plugins and others for organizing and editing your pictures. If you are one of the many Chrome users, there are several amazing […]

     
 
 

[How To] Control PC From Your Android Device Using Chrome Remote Desktop

[How To] Control PC From Your Android Device Using Chrome Remote Desktop

Back in 2011, Google released Chrome Remote Desktop (CRD), an app which allowed users to access a computer from other computers in a secured way. Although the idea was quite intuitive, we had several similar apps even back then, hence this tool never got much attention. Recently, we heard that Google is planning on expanding this functionality, and might soon […]

     
 
 

Google Brings Native Chrome apps that Work Offline to Mac Users

Google Brings Native Chrome apps that Work Offline to Mac Users

The Chrome apps have been in beta since May, this year, being introduced for the first time in September for Windows and Chromebook users. Now, Google has announced that Chrome Apps are natively available for Mac users. This means that Google’s Chrome Apps will function like native Mac apps, updating automatically, working offline and syncing on any computer if user is […]

     
 
 

Reduce Chrome’s CPU Usage With ‘The Great Suspender’ Extension

Reduce Chrome’s CPU Usage With ‘The Great Suspender’ Extension

Chrome is the preferred browser for many out there, including myself. But working with so many tabs open all the time definitely puts a lot of load on your computer’s CPU. We’ve covered in the past such extensions as OneTab and we shared with you guides on how to efficiently manage your Chrome tabs and how to speed up your browser.  Now, we’re […]

     
 
 

9 Lesser-Known Features of Google Chrome

9 Lesser-Known Features of Google Chrome

Hopping over 750 million users worldwide, Google Chrome is not just the fastest browser on this planet, but the most used browser too. In less than 5 years of duration, Chrome has become the emperor gateway for reaching the internet. While the browser hosts oodles of features, many of them will still sound new to you. Below, we have compiled […]

     
 
 

DailyApp: Opera Browser(Android): Chrome gets a Challenger on Android

DailyApp: Opera Browser(Android): Chrome gets a Challenger on Android

It can claim to have brought REAL browsing to handsets with Opera Mini, but of late Opera has been facing some very stiff competition from the likes of UC Browser, Dolphin and the mobile avatars of Chrome and Firefox. The company, however, has never really been known for sitting still and has been tweaking its browsers (when we last checked, […]

     
 
 

OneTab Reduces Google Chrome’s RAM Usage With up to 95%

OneTab Reduces Google Chrome’s RAM Usage With up to 95%

Many people are used to having lots of tabs opened simultaneously while browsing, a habit which tends to consume a lot of resources. Not long ago, Google Chrome was the best choice for those who were looking for a fast browser, even for the computers with low RAM amounts. Now, these computers can find themselves in a little struggle with […]

     
 
 

Apple, Beware: Google Now Coming to iOS, Chrome, Chrome OS & Windows 8

Apple, Beware: Google Now Coming to iOS, Chrome, Chrome OS & Windows 8

Regarded by some as the innovation of 2012, Google Now wants to be a hit in 2013, as well, by expanding beyond Android. If this is not a a gauntlet that Google is throwing down in front of Apple’s Siri, then I don’t know what it is. Google Now also makes use of another new project that Google has been […]

 
     
 
 

How to Stop Shockwave Flash from Crashing

How to Stop Shockwave Flash from Crashing

Shockwave Flash, the invention that changed our online experiences almost a decade ago, has grown into such a mess, that several companies have chosen to completely abandon the software and users grow to become less needy, each day. While HTML5, the technology which is bound to replace it, is still seeing difficulties in adoption, people like me and you need […]

     
 
 

Google Branded Touch Chromebook: a Shot in the Arm for Chrome OS

Google Branded Touch Chromebook: a Shot in the Arm for Chrome OS

Not long ago, somebody was making fun of the fact that there aren’t touch-enabled MacBooks on the market yet. The appearance of so many Windows 8 hybrids and powerful tablets on the market has effects on the Google camp, as well. Rumor has it that Google might be working on releasing a touch version of Chromebook. And the most interesting […]