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Top 5 Tools That Help You Watch Products Online for Price Drops


The really annoying part of an online sale is that you’re not quite sure if it’s really a sale or not. There’s one every week, and the price is never the same, ever so fluctuating. How are you supposed to make sense of it all. And more importantly, how do you make sure you’re not […]

How to Edit a Location on Google Maps and Improve it

White House on Google Maps

It won’t be a stretch to call Google Maps one of the most significant innovations that Google has build. I certainly use it a whole lot, even though I’ve lived in the same city throughout my years. In a new city that I’m visiting, it’s indispensable. With a few new updates, you can also edit […]

How to Color Alternate Rows or Columns in Google Sheets

Google Sheets can be just as good as MS Excel | Shutterstock

Microsoft Office is a powerful tool to get things done, but Google isn’t all that far behind with its Google Docs offering. The latter is not only free, but also saves you a backup on the free app on Android and iOS devices. While MS Office has some great features which are not easy to […]

How to Easily and Securely Send Money with Square Cash


A dilemma many people face is owing someone money and having no means to get it to the person in a timely manner. The truth is there are a number of solutions available online for quickly and securely sending money to friends or family. But that brings us to another dilemma. There are still skeptics […]

How to Delete Viewing or Rating History on Netflix


So you want to get rid of your viewing history on Netflix, huh? Not too proud of some of the titles you chose to stream, or just don’t want other members on your account knowing your business? We’ve all been there. It’s actually deceptively easy to get rid of your Netflix history, or specific titles […]

Facebook Messenger vs Google Hangouts: Which Website is Best for Communication?


Google recently launched its own dedicated website for Hangouts, a service that originated in the Google+ social network. Notable for allowing group chats for up to ten people, Hangouts has evolved into an all-around communication platform for Google users. Meanwhile, Facebook has built up its chatting service over the years to become a one stop shop for […]

Your Browser’s Bookmarks Feature Isn’t Enough – Here Are Top 5 Cross Platform Bookmarking Services


I don’t really use Chrome’s bookmark manager. It’s filled with stuff I saved years ago. There are a couple of folders. But to me it’s not useful. I saved a lot of stuff in there, but I wasn’t able to do anything about it. In the end, Chrome’s bookmarks manager failed me. These days, all I […]

Genius Will Explain All Those Song Lyrics and Literature You Never Really Understood


On desktop, Genius has been my go-to site for finding song lyrics. It’s easily the best-designed song lyric site out there. It’s not bloated and it’s a joy to use. But that’s not the best part of Genius. It’s the annotations. You see, song lyrics in Genius can be annotated by community members. Basically, people […]

3 Hidden Features in Outlook.com Email That Will Increase Your Productivity


If you’re regularly using Outlook email, it’s probably because you are at least a mildly functional and productive human being that contributes to society. For that, congratulations. But there is always a little more room for anyone to increase productivity and take things up a notch. Maybe some hidden features in Outlook won’t be life-altering enough to […]

How to Manually Install New Software Updates on Your Kindle

Kindle Upgrade

Last week, Amazon released a huge update for their Kindle devices. It’s the one I’ve been looking forward to for a long time. It includes the much talked about and actually really good font – Bookerly. It’s designed specially by Amazon for reading on Kindle and it looks great on the iPad app. So naturally, […]

How to Access Your Chrome Bookmarks From Anywhere on the Web

Bookmarks Anywhere

If you’re like me, your most important and frequently visited sites live in Chrome bookmarks bar. Some people even use it to bookmark articles they want to check out later. Or when they’re researching stuff. While a service like Pocket is better for that, Chrome bookmarks are right there, easy to use. The problem is […]

Top 9 Must Have Offline Apps for Google Chrome


It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that most of our work lives now revolve around the browser – specifically Chrome. We work on Google Drive, send emails with Gmail, manage tasks with Wunderlist, and use a plethora of other web services – right in Chrome or Chrome OS. But that means if for some […]

How to Stop Your Emails From Being Tracked by Companies and Your Contacts


Just like the web, everyone is tracking the email they send you. You might know about it but adding a tracker to any email sent is incredibly easy. So easy in fact that most email campaigns enable it by default. It’s just a bit of metadata embedded in the email itself, that gives the sender […]

How to Import Tracks and Playlists from Rdio and Spotify to Apple Music

Apple Music

Apple recently announced that it now had 11 million subscribers to Apple Music. That’s a lot of users! Especially because it’s barely been a month since release. Of course, it’s yet to be seen how many people stick it out after the 3-month free trial expires. Still, a lot of users are switching from competing […]