How To Install And Configure Plugins In Foobar2000 (Plus The Best Plugins)

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Foobar2000 music player for Windows is not for the faint hearted. It’s for the tinkerers, the curious and the patient. If you get the hang of it, it’s pretty much the best music player for Windows. Don’t believe it? Read about the 5 features that make it so. Foobar2000 is like Lego for music players. […]

Top 10 WhatsApp Tips Every User of this Addictive App Should Know

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WhatsApp has half a billion active users. Yes, active users who communicate using the app frequently. In countries like India, Brazil and a better part of Europe, WhatsApp is ubiquitous. You can live without Facebook, email or even a smartphone but you need WhatsApp because that’s where your friends and family hangout. So many of […]

How To Style Your Spreadsheets, Charts and Tables In Numbers for iPad

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Since the introduction of iWork for iOS in 2010, Apple’s productivity apps have proved to be favorites among students and professionals on mobile devices. Among these, Numbers for iPad is perhaps the most impressive one, showing that you can create professional-grade spreadsheets with impressive graphs and charts without even needing a keyboard or a mouse. […]

Top 5 iOS Apps for Taking Selfies Like a Pro

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Selfies are the new world order. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, one thing you can’t do is ignore them. They’re everywhere. Even if you don’t ascribe to the selfie nation, the average person has likely been asked to partake in a group selfie a countless number of times. Which does lessen the self-centered stigma attached to […]

How To Save Links And Pages For Later Use With Facebook Save

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When Facebook releases a new feature or product, it tends to make sure every one of their 1.5 billion users are aware of it. There are banners on the front page, press and videos flowing about. This time it was different. Facebook quietly launched a read-later service for the web and all of its apps […]

VSCO Cam vs Aviary vs Litely: Battle Of The Free Photo Editors For iPhone

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We can’t all be great photographers. But with the iPhone, we do carry a better camera in our pockets than the point-and-shoots we owned years ago. Plus, now we have technology to do the heavy lifting for us. The iPhone’s camera is one of the simplest things out there and the most suited for the “flick […]

A Comparison of the Best Minimal Cross-Platform Note Taking Apps

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There are note taking apps and then there are note taking apps. Let me explain. You must be familiar with note taking behemoths like Evernote and OneNote. The kind of apps where you log details of your life using other services, where you archive things from the internet, create and share notebooks, collaborate with your […]

Top 3 Ways To Enable Immersive Mode For Any App In Android

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One of the big features for Android KitKat’s release was a fullscreen mode for apps. This fullscreen mode was dubbed as “Immersive Mode”. It only worked with a handful apps at the time, with Google Play Books as the highlighted app. Google promised that they’d roll out the feature for more apps, and third party apps […]

Dropbox vs Google Drive vs SpiderOak: Which Cloud Storage Is Best For You?

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It feels like cloud services have plateaued. We’re all familiar with how Dropbox works and how documents are stored in Google Drive. We’re more than happy to work on them online rather than deal with local copies. Other than price drops in cloud storage and the ongoing privacy debate, nothing much has been going on. Now […]

How To View the Full Source of an Email in Outlook 2013

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The ability to view the full source of an email can prove invaluable in a world in which phishing messages are everywhere. Doing this in Outlook 2013 is a bit more complicated than it is for your average webmail service, but it’s still pretty easy to do. If you’re an Outlook 2013 user, learn how to […]

7 Amazing Tips to Get the Most Out of Unified Remote Full For Android

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Previously I told you about Unified Remote for iOS and Android and how you can use it to control almost everything on your PC right from your phone. Unified Remote 3.0 packs a lot of punch and as I mentioned in the previous article, the paid Android app gets a lot of advanced options that […]

How To Schedule SMS, Email, Twitter and Facebook Updates On Android

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We’re bound to forget things. It can be our parent’s anniversary or the deadline to submit a project. Facebook surely helps us remember birthdays – but not much else. If you’re the forgetful kind or you tend to miss deadlines due to a heavy workload, your best bet is to schedule messages, especially emails, ahead of […]

How to Control Everything On Your PC or Mac With iPhone or Android

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Ok, I have to admit, that headline sounds like a click bait. You can’t control “everything” on your PC or Mac with iPhone or Android but you’d be surprised how damn close you can get. I was. I’ll admit that it was the closest I ever got to a tech orgasm. Granted, that says more […]

3 Advanced Wi-Fi Tips for Mac and iOS Users

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If you are a happy owner of a few (or several) Apple devices, then you know connecting to the internet with any of them is as simple as it gets. However, there are a few things you can do with your Internet connection and access points at home to get the most out of them […]