Feature Posts on Guiding Tech

Features on Guiding Tech are the posts that showcase a special trick, guide, list.. anything that deserves a special mention. This page lists all those posts. Check them out.

The Best Markdown Writing Apps For Mac

Markdown Editor for Mac

We’ve already told you about Markdown, a syntax that’s easy to write and read, and made for the web. If you are a web writer, Markdown can only make your life easier as it allows you to write in the plain text which you can later convert to HTML. And if you own a Mac, you […]

5 Cool Things You Didn’t Know Google Drive Could Do

Google Drive

You might think of Google Drive (which Google Docs is a part of) as just an online place to store your documents and spreadsheets, but it’s a lot more than that. Google wants it to dethrone Dropbox. And at the pace at which it’s been receiving updates, I wouldn’t be surprised if it races ahead of […]

10 Places To Visit in Google Street View For A Breathtaking Experience

google street view

Google Street View is one of the most interesting services of Google Maps. It allows you to take virtual tour of lots of great places on this planet. By this way, you can visit places you normally wouldn’t get to (or places you plan on going at some point), and that too from the comfort of your […]

8 Things To Do After Buying Nokia X to Make it Better


So you got yourself a Nokia X, wonderful. As we found out in our review, while it might not be for everyone, it does have a place in the world. Spend some time reading this article and you’ll save a lot of time and confusion while using this device. 1. Learn How To Use It […]

3 Cool Sites To Play Retro Games Like Super Mario On Your Browser


If you have been a gamer for a very long time then, perhaps, you were around when the first consoles were released. And there might be a possibility that you even miss some of those great old games and wish that you could play them even now. If that has been the case, we have […]

Nokia X Review: The OK, The Bad and The Ugly

Nokia X Homescreen

It’s here. A Nokia phone running Android. Before you go ahead and declare it the best will-they-won’t-they ending since Ross and Rachel’s in Friends, how about a reality check? Yes, it’s a Nokia phone… but a low-end one. Yes, it’s running Android… but it’s a one and a half year old version with no Google […]

3 Best Ways to Read Articles from Web On Your Kindle

Facebook Paper

These days, we are constantly glued to screens — be it on our cell phones or desktop computers.  Sitting in front of these illuminated color displays for long hours takes a toll on our eyes. And no, that’s not an assumption. There’s even a name for that condition. In this digital era, how can one give […]

Top 3 Free Mac Apps for Working With MKV Movie Files


For Mac users, perhaps one of the most bothersome issues of using it is that some important pieces of software are not always as widely available as they are on Windows machines. A great example that comes to mind is trying to find the right set of tools needed to work with MKV movie files […]

2 Great iPhone Apps To Help You Write Faster and Better


If you use your computer to get writing done often then you have definitely experienced different kinds of problems that arise whenever you write for too long. For example, sometimes you might get stuck in a sentence or you could be wasting tons of time performing the same actions on your Mac or PC when […]

The Best Free Scientific 7 Minute Workout Apps for Android, iPhone and iPad

7 minute workout app

It all started with an NYT article and soon became a sensation. You will find workout blogs and magazine constantly coming up with new and interesting ways to get you to exercise (and buy their stuff). But “The scientific 7 minute workout” stood out. May be because it had the word scientific in it, or […]

5 Superb Google Docs Add-ons for Writers

Google Docs Writers

It’s amazing how Google Docs has evolved and continued to gained features over the years. So much so that it has now become the go-to tool for writing and collaboration for a huge number of people, most of whom used to depend on a desktop tool like Microsoft Word (or Excel) for the job. If […]

A Guide to Facebook Paper App: An Amazing Way Rewrite 10 Years Of History

Facebook Paper

Facebook is not one to shy away from making changes. It’s made a lot of them in the last couple of years, but with 1.1 billion users, experimenting with UI is hard. So hard, in fact, that Facebook on the web took a giant step backward and restored news feed design from two years back. But […]

Top 3 Free and Useful Mind Mapping Web Apps

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Mind maps are a great platform for exploring new topics, organizing your web of thoughts into a visually appealing layout, and sharing ideas. Whether you’d like to group brainstorm about a creative story or define a plan of action for a project, these top three mind mapping web apps are simple to navigate and free […]

The Best Subreddits You Should Follow to Get the Most Out of Reddit


“The front page of the internet” … that’s the Reddit tagline. And it’s not far off. Reddit started as a simple website for sharing links, which users up vote and down vote and ultimately the best content makes it to the front page. It remains that same simple site at its core, but I am […]