6 Tips and Tricks for Improving Music Listening Experience in Rdio in Chrome

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My relationship with music streaming services has been iffy at best (but still way better than Taylor Swift’s). I used to have a free Spotify account and used the desktop app that would kick me out once in a while for not living in the US. So I moved to streaming Spotify over the web. […]

Get Complete Control Over Individual App Permissions on Android with XPrivacy

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Though most Android users don’t really care, you should always look at the permissions that apps ask you to grant while installing from the Play Store or even when sideloading from different sources. Keeping a tab on these permissions is always a good habit to make sure you safeguard your identity, location, and data privacy. There […]

3 Free Mac Apps to Increase Your Productivity by Helping You Focus

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If you spend any amount of time working on your own on a Mac, then you know how easy it is to get your attention sidetracked by so many things, including the web, social networks, email, and more. That’s why in this entry we have gathered a small collection of apps and utilities to help […]

How to Find IMEI Number of Lost or Stolen Android and iPhone

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Your IMEI number, which is short for International Mobile Station Equipment Identity, is a unique number that is given to every phone and acts like the i.d. of that particular device. God forbid you lose your phone or someone steals it, the very same IMEI number can help you to track down the device. You can […]

4 iPhone or iPad Docks Better Than Apple’s Official Lightning Dock

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Months after Apple released the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, it finally came up to speed in the accessories department by releasing a compatible Lightning dock. The official iPhone Lightning Dock sells for $39 in the Apple Store and includes some decent features, like a 3.5 mm audio line-out port for connecting your iPhone […]

How to Draw Awesome Graphs, Charts, and Mind Maps on iPad using Paper by FiftyThree

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When I got my first iPad (the first gen iPad mini), one of the first apps I installed was Paper by FiftyThree. I had such great dreams of drawing on the iPad. The only problem is, I can’t draw. So I thought it was my finger’s fault, not mine. I ordered the Pencil stylus. Tried […]

How to Easily Fill Web Forms on Android on Chrome and Firefox

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Have you ever created an online account using a mobile browser? Well, if you have, you must be well aware of the issues one can face while filling all the fields of a web form on a mere 4” display and an even smaller keyboard. I often used to skip the task on my phone […]

GT Explains: Sideloading Apps on Android and How to Get it Done

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If you have tinkered with your Android, you’ve probably comes across the term ‘sideloading.’ Typically, it means the transfer of files to a mobile device via USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or by copying to a memory card. Needless to say, there’s more to it than just that definition (that’s why this article). Today we will delve deeper into what […]

Top SoundCloud Alternatives to Get Your Music Heard

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SoundCloud is basically the YouTube for audio files, except with an aptly different approach for its media format and audience. It’s a great service for uploading and sharing a range of audio from your own musical creations to podcast shows. While SoundCloud burst on the scene for being arguably pretty unique, there is no shortage […]

How to Quickly Add Notes to the Lockscreen in Android

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How many times does this happen to you? You go someplace, to a friend’s and you need to remember to pick something up when you leave. You try really hard to remember it and ultimately hours later when it’s go time, you forget. This happens way too often. When you’re leaving for work, working or a […]

How to Enable Automatic Login on Mac When Options are Disabled

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You went into System Preferences on your Mac because you wanted to edit Automatic Login settings. Perhaps you want your Mac to automatically log you in and load your own dock and wallpaper upon startup with no stops in between. The problem is when you try to do just that, the options for Automatic Login […]

Pocket Drive for iOS Review: Airdrop Done Right

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As a Mac owner, I was tremendously excited when Apple debuted the Airdrop feature, only to be equally disappointed when I found out that my 2011 Macbook Air was not supported. There is a method you can use to make an older Mac compatible with Airdrop and other Bluetooth 4.0 features, which we have shown […]

Why You Should Ditch Google Forms for Typeform and How to Use this Awesome Tool

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Google Forms is one the most widely used online form and survey tools. It’s been here for a couple of years and it’s backed by Google. Why shouldn’t you use it? First of all, not everything Google does is total amazeballs. That, and there are reasons to not use it (or ditch it for something […]

Top 8 Free (and Awesome) Web Podcast Players

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I love listening to podcasts when I’m out and about. Whether going for a stroll, when in a commute, or when I’m working out. Podcasts make for a great time filler. Not only are you passing the time, but you’re also being entertained and learning something new. How great is that? But sometimes I want […]