2 Android Apps to Stream YouTube Videos as Audio to Save Battery and Bandwidth


It’s been long since I have written anything and it’s sort of a comeback at Guiding Tech for me. So while deciding the topic that I should take up as my first after a long break, I thought that it’d be great to build up on one of my old articles. In the past, I […]

How to Use Dictionary.com App in Offline Mode on Android


When it comes to online dictionaries, Dictionary.com is probably the best of the lot. But when it comes to the ones on smartphones, Dictionary.com’s app never really impressed me. It needed an internet connection to look for the definition of a word. To me, the idea of being connected to the internet to just look up the […]

Top 5 Football or Soccer Games for Android Devices


I stay in England and most of my friends here are kind enough to read my articles (mainly to hunt for mistakes but that’s another story). I knew it before they could tell me that they didn’t dig my top sports apps for Android post much; we are talking about Britons here after all.. how […]

How to Control Games on Windows Using Your Android Phone


Few days back we shared an Android app using which you can convert your device to a joystick and control computer games. However, many users running 64-bit Windows machines were having problems due to unsigned drivers provided by the app. To make things right, today I am going to share an amazing app for Android […]

Top 5 Sports Games for Android


I am not a sports person when it comes to the real world. But when it comes to virtual gaming, I bet you can’t beat me in the sports I like to play. There must be many like me who can’t make it to the fields. So why not bring the fields to you while […]

How to Record the Screen Activity on iPhone or iPod as a Lag-free Video


There’s this cool Cydia tweak using which one can make a Harlem Shake video using the iOS app icons on the Springbaord. Yes, you read it right, using the “icons.” Here’s a video in which you can see how it looks. While getting the Harlem Shake on the device was a pretty easy task, none […]

How to Transfer All Contacts from Android to iPhone and Vice Versa


When switching between one smartphone to another, almost all the data can be copied from one device to another by simply mounting them as mass storage device on a computer. However when it comes to contacts (the most important of all the data on your phone), things become a little tricky. Few days back, one […]

How to Connect and Transfer Files to iOS Device Over Wi-Fi as a Root User


In the past we have seen various tricks using which a user can transfer files to iPod as a root user. Using these tricks one can copy music, videos and other files without even using iTunes. However, to make the initial connection between the devices, one had to use USB cable. Improving the trick today, […]

Automagic is a Great Alternative to Tasker for Android


People say that Tasker is one the best apps ever built for Android, and I always wanted to review it for my readers on Guiding Tech. For those who don’t know, Tasker is an app for Android that is used to automate various events based on user-created triggers and conditions. However, it seemed too complex […]

2 Android Apps to Automatically Lower or Increase Ringtone Volume


Few things are more irritating (and embarrassing) than the loud ringtone of your phone breaking the silence or interrupting the seriousness of places or situations that demand that such a disturbance doesn’t occur. The easy solution is to put your phone on silent when needed. The hard part is remembering to do that. As a […]

How To Use an Android Tablet as Extended Desktop for a Windows PC


According to a study, people who use extended desktop are 44% more productive than other users. Two displays better than one is what it says. I thought why not try it out on my Samsung tab and see if there’s any ounce of truth in the research. So, with the mindset to increase my productivity […]

SnapPea Review: An Android Management Tool for Windows


There are many Android management tools that are available to use these days but not all come with the qualities of being feature-rich as well as easy to use. Today we are going to have a look at yet another Windows Android management app called SnapPea, and see if it has the potential to stand […]

How to Run Multiple Instances of Skype on Windows


Many of us maintain different email accounts to cater to different setups; you might want one for personal and one for work. The same could apply to Skype, if that’s your main communication tool. You might want to keep one for family and other for business. And that would require you to run multiple instances […]

How to De-Sense HTC One X ROMs


HTC Sense is a piece of art and there’s no manufacturer in the Android smartphone market that can claim to ship a custom software as good as the enhanced graphics and smooth experience that the one by HTC provides. However, all this comes bundled with a small caveat. While on one hand HTC Sense is […]