5 Awesome Windows Tools for Music Buffs


If you’re a music enthusiast, I’m pretty sure you use your computer to store, rip and, most of the time, play the tracks you love. In order to do so, just like in the case of any other activity, you need the right set of tools. Fortunately, we’ve got you a list of awesome Windows […]

A Review of Friendly for iPhone: A Cool Facebook App Alternative for iOS


When compared to the Facebook app for Android, the iOS version definitely looks more polished and interactive, but still there’s a lot that can be worked upon. As the app got upgraded with time, we saw many visual changes in its interface which not everyone appreciated. Also, there were some issues of the app freezing for […]

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 […]

How to Get Powerful Gesture Based Actions on Android


Ever since I started using an iPhone, I have been obsessed with its swipe gestures. From then on, I have been looking for ways to get that done on my Android phone. In some earlier posts, we have discussed different methods by which we can open recent tasks on an Android device using gestures and talked […]

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 […]

How to Access Apps and Sites Not Available in Your Country With Hola


In the past, we have seen quite a few ways  in which we can access country restricted websites. Be it using a VPN or changing the proxy server, if you want to listen to that track on Spotify there are ways to ensure that you don’t feel left out even if the service (Spotify) does […]

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 […]

3 Great Websites For Kids to Create Their Own Slideshows and Learn In the Process


While the most popular tools for creating slideshows, like Powerpoint or Apple’s Keynote are great thanks to their rich feature-set, one thing that they are missing is an option to make them more accessible to the youngest ones looking to learn how to create slideshows. Considering this, here’s a list of three different websites that […]

How to Get Photos from 500px As Wallpapers On Your Android


When my Android was new I used to change the wallpaper every other day, but eventually I got over it. It’s not that I don’t like having new wallpapers on my phone. But the manual task of choosing one and applying it had become a drudgery soon enough. In the past, I have talked about an […]

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 […]

2 Android Scientific Calculator Apps for Engineering Majors


When I was in college pursuing my engineering degree, it was mandatory to carry a scientific calculator to some of the lectures. But this was long time ago, when Androids and iPhones were just launched, and being in a country far off, my access to them was yet to happen. If you who need a […]

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 […]