How to Get Word Meanings Quickly with a Cool iOS-style Dictionary on Android

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iOS has a built-in dictionary. It’s not the best, but it’s always there. Just highlight the word, hit Define, and you get the definition. You can even search the word in Wikipedia if you like. But as it’s a default function in iOS, it doesn’t do much more. For instance, you can’t retrieve a list […]

6 Things You Must Check Before Buying a Used Mac

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While Macs are definitely nice computers to have, not everyone can afford to buy a brand new one. Thankfully, used Macs are usually just as good as new ones, provided they have received proper care. Needless to say, putting the machine through some tests to see if it works well is recommended. While physical appearance and hardware […]

How to Get an Always on Top, Floating Browser and Media Player on Mac

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If you’re a multi-tasker, you’re familiar with juggling more than one window on the screen. You probably have BetterTouchTool and special gestures set up to dock windows in specific positions. You also might be using Spaces to arrange windows more logically. But no matter what your multi-window workflow is, you still need to manually arrange […]

How to Instantly Open Your Current Safari Tab in Chrome

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If you’re using a Mac, chances are you’re using Safari. It makes sense, it’s the default browser and lately, it’s gotten really good. Tests have shown it is just as powerful as Chrome. And there’s one big reason to never go near Chrome on a Mac – battery life. When you’re using Chrome, your Mac […]

How to Check or Test the Hardware of a Used Mac

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For many people who want to own a Mac (be it first time owners or even those who already own one), one of the best options is to go for a used or second-hand device, since Macs are usually pretty sturdy and stand well against the test of time. Before taking the plunge though, there are several […]

5 Must-Have Apps for Your New Amazon Fire TV

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App Store this, Google Play that… can’t we give Amazon some love? For a company known for selling e-readers, e-books and tablets, it’s done a pretty solid job at effortlessly slapping a smorgasbord of entertainment options and apps right on your television. Apps in particular are really what expand the capabilities of your Fire TV, […]

How to Bookmark Apps and Tasks as Bubbles to Ease Multitasking on Android

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Multitasking is an over-used word, especially when it comes to smartphones. We always say that we love to run multiple apps on our Android and work on them in parallel. But if you take notice, most of the time that we think we’re multitasking, it’s basically just two apps that we switch between while working. It’s only once in […]

How to Enter Recovery Mode on Apple TV

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From being able to demo your iPhone or iPad on the television to providing an option for viewing your gallery of photos on the big screen, the Apple TV is a useful device – when it’s functioning. Sometimes if you’re having issues updating or restoring your Apple TV, it’s best to try entering recovery mode to get the […]

How to Root Yureka on CM12 using an All-in-One Tool

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Since its release in last December in India, YU’s Yureka has sent waves across the budget phone segment. With specs that are comparable to the ones offered in high end phones (I am looking at you HTC Desire 820), Yureka has been selling out in seconds at every flash sale. One of the highlights of Yureka is […]

5 Awesome Tips for a Better Music Listening Experience on Android

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Much like Android itself, the music listening experience on Android is fragmented. Every manufacturer has a different music player and bundles their own, often weird sounding headphones. On top of that, everyone’s music library is unique. While this might seem like a recipe for chaos, it’s also an opportunity to fine tune your music experience […]

How to Make Sure You Don’t Get Adware With the Software You Download

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Whenever I write a software review for Windows, I always mention whether the installer is clean and if a direct download option is not available on a website. Well, that’s because the windows downloads are in a very despairing state these days. They install the software you wish for, but also give you a handful […]

4 Cool Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Paltry 16GB iPhone

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With every new iPhone release, Apple manages to shove new or improved features in an already compact – and progressively thinner – device. One unfortunate aspect that’s remained the same for years now is the storage. The low-end iPhone model starts at only 16GB of storage, or just 8GB if you opt for a previous […]

3 Cool Tricks for OS X Yosemite’s Dark Mode

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With the new Dark Mode introduced in OS X Yosemite, Apple gained a lot of fans of this new feature, even if many of the elements of the Finder still don’t adopt this new look when the feature is enabled (like the Finder windows, for example). But even if Apple hasn’t introduced a full-on Dark […]

How to Batch Download Song Lyrics for Offline Use on Android

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Musixmatch is a great companion to your music library. It has a floating lyrics player that magically shows up whenever you start playing a song in a supported music player. The lyrics will sync with song position and everything. It’s awesome. The only problem? There’s no offline mode. You can’t download lyrics for offline use. […]