About Ashish Mundhra

Ashish Mundhra is a tech blogger from TechPanache and is an enthusiast in the field of technology. A software engineer, he enjoys learning about technological advancements and exploring the gamut of new developments in the field. Once versed with the knowledge, he loves sharing his experiences and experiments with the world.

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How to Get iOS Like DND (Do Not Disturb) on Android


When you’ve owned smartphones from two different platforms, you see the positive and negative sides of both. Sometimes, you wish you could bring the plus points of each together. We have already seen how we can get iOS-like notifications on our Android. The feature makes it easy for us to access and read notifications without unlocking the phone […]

How to Hide Files Securely using a PIN on Android


Years ago I talked about an app for Android with which you can hide any files using a password. While the app delivered what it promised, it had some shortcomings; for example, there was no recovery option for file hashing. Also the app didn’t use a master password, so hiding a file required a different password each time, which […]

How to Stream Your Windows 8 Screen to Android


Before I start, let’s take a look at a scenario we might face in everyday life. Suppose you’re in the middle of watching a movie on your computer and you suddenly feel like moving to the balcony to enjoy the movie on your tablet with the fresh air and a cup of coffee. What a […]

How to Access Android Widgets on Any Screen


I don’t like restrictions; that’s the reason I prefer Android over iOS. While using an Android, there’s no hard and fast rule that the apps can only be accessed from the app drawer of your default launcher. We have talked about ways that allow us to launch apps on Android while working on other apps. […]

6 Best Budgeting and Personal Finance Apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone


For me, keeping track of my money used to seem like the most Herculean feat in this world. Daunting tasks such as bill payments, due dates, and maintaining a monthly budget gave me goosebumps. Excel sheets, financial journals, and the additional math were like monsters to be defeated. But now, times have changed and we […]

How to Search Files Quickly on Android with Search Everything


No matter how smooth app launchers have become, be it the Modern Start Menu of Windows 8 or the Aviate launcher on Android, what we really yearn for is instant information right at our fingertips. Now we did talk about some apps like FARR and Launchy, which you can install on Windows. These apps index all of […]

How to Transfer Files Between Cloud Backup Services on Android

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Time and again we have seen many ways using which we can directly transfer files from one cloud storage service to another from our computers. However there are times when you might need to transfer a file urgently from one service to another and you might only have your Android in your pocket to help you […]

How to Limit Mobile Data Use on Android Jelly Bean


We have covered some apps that help you manage your mobile data plan better on your Android device. Once installed, they monitor the amount of data each running app is using and sound an alarm when you are about to reach your threshold for the particular month, and finally deactivate it once you reach the limit thus saving your monthly […]

Dial’em All for Android: Search Contacts and Apps Simultaneously from the Dialer


I love the concept of using a T9 dialer to quickly access all my contacts on Android, and for the same reasons I talked about an app to get the similar T9 dialer feature on an iPhone. While searching, T9 makes it easier to enter the letters on the mobile device when compared to a […]

5 Useful Location Based IFTTT Recipes for Android


My past one week with IFTTT for Android has been awesome and the best part is I didn’t have to configure a thing about the app. Thanks to the community driven nature of the app, I can search and use recipes created by others to make my everyday life more productive. I have already shared some […]

How to Get Xperia Z2′s Amazing Wallpapers and Homescreens On Your Android Phone


Though Samsung sells better, Sony’s Android phones with their cutting edge body finish have always bagged the distinction of being classier. If you own one of the former (or an Android phone that’s not Xperia), there’s nothing you can do when it comes to the externals but you can get the exquisite homescreen experience of Xperia Z with […]

How to Enforce Secure Password Policy in Windows 7 and 8


We rely on security features like 2- factor authentication to safeguard our online data, but we tend to ignore the password policy of our personal computers (I doubt many know what it is exactly). Your Windows logon password is as important if not more, and hence not paying attention to it won’t be a wise thing to do. It’s not that Windows […]

2 Ways To Boost Windows Audio Above the Maximum Mark


When an external speaker is not around, most of us use players like VLC and GOM on our laptops just to use their ability of boosting the sound of the video/audio playing on Windows. However, that option is only limited to the file that’s saved on our computer. What about the songs that we stream on Spotify and […]

How to Multitask in Chrome With an Always on Top Tab or Window


What if I tell you that from this day onwards, multitasking on Chrome will be a cakewalk? Wouldn’t that be great? The best way to get rid of the switching between Chrome tabs and windows, and multitask in the strict sense of the term is to have a Chrome tab or window always on top […]