Top 4 Alternatives To uTorrent For Windows

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uTorrent has become a household name; at least in the households that are aware of torrents. And the reason it was the de facto torrent client was simple – it was good. And it was better than the rest. Then version 3 happened. The uTorrent app was no longer simple and lightweight. It started with […]

How to Easily Print Text (SMS) and WhatsApp Messages on Android

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There might be instances where you would have to produce a hard copy backup of your messages and emails as evidence of a conversation that happened between you and a third party contact. Email prints are pretty easy to take and we’re well aware of that. However, today I will show you how you can […]

How to Make Full Use of the iOS 8 Photos App and Its Extensions

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With iOS 8, Apple has given photo aficionados even more reasons to stick to the iPhone’s native Photos app, providing it with more powerful editing capabilities and with the ability to harness the options of other apps via the OS’s new Extensions feature. In fact, before iOS 8, almost every iPhone user that was serious […]

How To Block Malware On Android

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If you’re using your Android phablet as your only computer, you’re using it for everything. And I mean everything (insert obligatory wink-wink emoji here). Desktop have sophisticated anti-virus programs to protect you from the perils of visiting the dark corners of the internet. You can’t say the same for your Android phone. Android’s openness is one of the […]

8 Google Play Store Settings You Might Not Know About

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In the Google ecosystem, the Play Store plays an integral part. Without the Play Store there would be no easy way to access millions of apps. This means Android as we know it just wouldn’t exist. But for an app that holds such importance in our Android experience, we don’t know much about it. Today […]

How To Transfer Emulator Games To Your PS Vita Running TN-V Via FTP

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From the moment you start using your hacked PS Vita running TN-V, you must have noticed that transferring games to it always requires you to re-transfer the Save data file to your Vita again and again. If you have just a few games you want to transfer that might be okay, but if you have […]

2 Apps to Regulate Your Android’s Connectivity to Save Battery Life

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3G and Wi-Fi are one of the major reasons for battery drain issues on smartphones. For this reason, most of us disable the data on our droids for extended periods of time. Many devices come with a built-in stamina mode (power saver) that disables the 3G and Wi-Fi as soon as the screen times out and […]

How to Use Mail Merge In Google Docs

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When I was in school, the techie part of my brain was already blooming. But the school’s computer classes with MS Office never ignited my passion. Sure, it was useful stuff, something that would get us jobs someday. Still, I detested it. The worst of all was learning mail merge. I tried it in school, college, […]

How To Install Gaming Console Emulators and Other Homebrew (Custom Apps) On Your TN-V PS Vita

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As a Vita owner, one of the aspects that makes this console great is the potential it holds for those willing to hack it. In fact, doing so can turn your PS Vita into a vast array of consoles, all of which you can carry with you in once device. If you are thinking about […]

CCleaner vs Glary Utilities: Which Windows Cleaning Utility Is For You

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CCleaner is arguably one of the most beloved apps for any Windows enthusiast (an Android version is also now available). It started from the XP days when we used to clean Windows every weekend to keep the system in tip-top shape. Fast forward to Windows 8, add in next to next to next generation hardware and the […]

6 Things You Must Not Forget While Backing up iPhone Data Before Upgrading

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For a lot of us, iPhones hold the data of our entire lives. From pictures of your baby to that sunset at the beach you don’t remember. There’s contacts, mail and not to forget, apps. Losing all this data means losing a part of your life. Which is why in this article you’ll learn how […]

How To Use Outlook.com’s New Rules Tool

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Sorting your incoming emails in an efficient fashion is very necessary in a world where even the most uncommunicative of us get a couple dozen messages on a daily basis; well, Outlook.com has a way of helping you do just that. The New Outlook.com Rules Tool Outlook.com is turning into one of the most feature-filled free […]

Top 10 Share Extensions For iOS 8 (And How To Use Them)

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Before iOS 8 was released, only a handful of privileged social media networks were integrated in iOS’s share menu. When a hot new social network came along, you had to pray that Apple would integrate it. Which mostly never happened. iOS 8 is a significant change from this school of thought. Now applications can choose […]

How To Make And Receive Calls On iPad via iPhone In iOS 8

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If you own a family of Apple devices, here’s some good news for you. With iOS 8, iPhones and iPads (and later Macs) are ready to play nice with each other. This means that if you get a phone call on your iPhone, you can receive it on your iPad. After extensions and widgets, this […]