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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3 Easy to Use Online Tools to Fix Acne and Blemishes on Photos


Do you suffer from acne and blemishes on your face, and every time you take a photo or a selfie, you just don’t wish to upload them on the web? Well, it’s human tendency. As Leonard Cohen stated in The Favorite Game “It is easy to display a wound, the proud scars of combat. It is hard […]

2 Android Apps to Help You Create Custom Home Screen Shortcuts for Anything


I am sure you will agree with me when I say, that there are two types of Android users. One who love to keep their home screen clean and apply awesome wallpapers and the others who love to have widgets and shortcuts to get work done quickly and efficiently. If you are the former, I […]

How to Use BitTorrent Sync 2.0 to Sync Photos and Files: A Detailed Guide


We’ve already spoken about DAEMON Sync using which a user can sync media and personal files to and from a computer and smartphone. The only reason to introduce the app was because of the version 2.0 update to BitTorrent Sync. Heck! It took me hours to figure out everything there is to the app and things […]

DAEMON Sync: Easier Alternative to BitTorrent Sync to Sync Mobile Media and Files


How cool would it be for you to come from vacation or a road trip and just as you freshen up after coming home, all your photos gets synced to your computer? I have always hated the idea of connecting the phone to a computer using a data cable. I feel everything should be wireless, clutter […]

2 Free and Secure Services to Encrypt Files in Cloud Storage


Would you trust your friend or an associate with an official file or with a private photo from a vacation? I am sure, the answer will be a big NO. So if we can’t trust our associates or friends, how we trust cloud services with GBs of data from our personal and professional lives? If […]

GT Explains: What is Wi-Fi Sense in Windows 10 and Why it Should Not Freak You Out


It’s been quite a while that Windows 10 has launched and still people are reluctant whether they should upgrade to it or not. There’s no  straight cut answer to this, but we always try our best to help you through the decision. From what I feel, Wi-Fi Sense, a new feature included in Windows 10, has […]

How to Link Smartphones and Tablets to Create a Unified Surround Speaker


At some point or the other, we all have tried various hacks in order to get louder sound from our phone or tablet’s speakers. The glass or the bowl trick works all the time and gives you a louder sound when you don’t have a portable speaker at your disposal. But what if I told you […]

GT Explains: Low Power Mode of iOS 9 and How to Use it Effectively

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When compared to iOS 8 and previous versions, iOS 9 not a major upgrade which changes the platform significantly. But the nifty changes that have been incorporated in the latest version really make a significant difference. We have already covered 9 new things to check out in the latest iOS 9 you must check out. Things […]

How to Import Screenshots from Android, iOS to Snagit Editor and Batch Convert Them


One task that I do on a daily basis as a part of my job is to take screenshots on smartphones and then process them on the computer. If you have been following my articles, you must have noticed how I always find easier ways to transfer files and photos from phone to computer. You might say, […]

How to Automate Meeting Schedules on Android Calendar


As a part of my job, I get invited to a lot of events, conferences and meetups. PR agencies usually call or email me with venue and timing details of the event. I check my calendar and reply with a yes or a no. Then add the event to the calendar just so that I don’t miss […]

9 iOS 9 Features You Must Check Out Today


It’s September and like every year,  the month is all about Apple, iPhone and the all new iOS. iOS 9 was recently launched and more than 50% of the iOS devices are already updated. That’s the fastest adoption rate we have seen till date. For those of you who have already upgraded must be wondering […]

Get Chrome-Style Tabbed Interface in Windows 10 Explorer using Clover


I have been using Chrome as my default browser for almost 3 years now and it’s been quite a ride. Even though it is resource hungry, changing the browser was just too much to go for. Especially after you have handcrafted your browsing experience for years using different extensions, add-ons and themes. If you are a […]

How to Update to iOS 9 from a Jailbroken iOS 8 Device


Apple recently launched iOS 9 for its users on 16th of September. If you haven’t jailbroken your iPhone, you can just head over to your its settings and tap the option Software Update to download and install iOS 9. The software is automatically downloaded and applied without breaking a sweat. However, if you are an advanced user […]

How to Move from an Android to an iPhone using Move to iOS


Every phone manufacturer these days is coming up with tools that help their users transfer from an old device to a new one. If you are switching from an older version of an iPhone to a new one, the process is as simple as using your iCloud account to sync the settings or use an […]