Sunrise vs Fantastical: Which Glorified Calendar App for iOS Reigns Supreme?


There are so many different calendar apps in the iOS App Store that it’s difficult to make a decision on one, and it’s definitely hard to agree on which one is the best. The one thing everyone seems to agree on is that Apple’s default Calendar app is far from it. Here we have two […]

4 Fastest Ways to Schedule a Meeting on Mobile and Web


If you’re someone who works in an office environment, or even someone who’s always in and out of meetings for one reason or the other, you know how hard it is to schedule meetings. You probably email or message back and forth to decide the date, venue, and time. Along the way there’s some miscommunication […]

How to Use Advanced Cropping and Straightening in Photoshop


If you think of Photoshop as a tool only for professionals, think again. This great application offers a ton of features and options that are easily accessible even to the most novice of users. Let’s take a look at two different scenarios where Photoshop can help you make your photos right. 1. Straighten Your Images […]

Top 6 Places to Find Royalty-Free Music For Your Videos

Royalty free music

Music is one of the most important parts of any video – be it a product video, a home movie you made using a camcorder, or just a birthday video you made for your friend with your iPhone. Now, you can always look for awesome music, rip it off, and face litigation. Or you can pay an […]

How to Bypass Lock Screen on Android When Connected to Trusted Devices


One of the coolest features on the Android Lollipop update is the ability to smart unlock. This feature marks a safe location for your Android device by recording the Wi-Fi network or the Bluetooth device you connect to and then keeps your device unlocked in that location. The feature can be handy when you are […]

How to Connect Your iPad to the Internet Without Wi-Fi


The iPad is great as a portable computer given its size, but once you leave a Wi-Fi zone, it loses most of what enables it to shine: an internet connection. Whether you’re on the road without a Wi-Fi signal or even somewhere with a private Wi-Fi password that you don’t have access to, the iPad […]

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

Rdio Chrome

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


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


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


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


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

Paper Think Kit

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


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


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 […]