5 Useful Tips For Dealing With Different Versions of MS Office


The MS Office suite has matured over the years in terms of its features and functionalities. However, what has been always a concern with successive upgrades is the compatibility of new versions with the older ones. Now, if you are using different versions of MS Office or collaborating with people who use a version of […]

Acompli: An All-In-One iPhone Productivity App With Email, Contacts, Calendar and More


For smartphones, perhaps more than for any other device, each user expects very specific things from their apps. When it comes to productivity for example, some users prefer to have dedicated tasks for each of their tasks, like one app for email, another for their to-do’s, a third one for their appointments and such. On […]

How To Save More Than 50% 3G/LTE Internet Data On Your Phone (iPhone, Android)


Browsing beautiful but data-heavy website can take a toll on your data plan. The Verge’s full site steals away anywhere between 2-3 MB every time you hit reload. 80%, 50% or even 20% data saving in such cases can prove to be a big help. In this article we discuss can save on your 3G/LTE […]

3 Cool Ways to Quickly Launch Camera on Your Locked Android Device


How many times has it happened that you see something amazing, worth capturing in the mobile camera. But that fleeting moment usually doesn’t stop for you to fiddle around with your device’s lockscreen to find and launch the camera app. After that, all you can do is resort to social network whining, and hurling abuses at Android for […]

6 Features That Make iCab The Best iPad Browser

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iPad is a limited device. But the limits are artificial. The ones set by Apple engineers and Steve Jobs. The ones broken by iOS developers. Yes, there are a lot of things you can’t do on the iPad. You can’t access the file system or make one app talk to another directly. No sharing between […]

The Best Tips for Creating Appointments in Outlook Real Quick

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Love it or hate it, Microsoft Outlook is still the most widely used desktop email client in organizations around the world. That means it’s also probably the most used platform for scheduling meetings and appointments. Now, when there is an appointment, there has to be a date and time associated with it. What bothers me with this […]

iOS 7 Jailbreak – How To Easily Combine Control Center And Multitasking


With iOS 7, Apple changed how multitasking on the iPhone looked and worked. Instead of the icons that you had to tap and hold and then tap on the minus sign to kill an app, you now get a beautiful cards UI with a live preview of what’s going on in the app. Just flick […]

Top 10 Ways To Watch Free Documentaries Online


Documentaries are the visual form of podcasts. Interesting, funny, provocative, knowledgable, and for the most part, freely available. The internet is a mine. Filled with gold and coal, depending on where you are looking. Today, we shall focus on the gold. There’s a lot to know in this world, a lot to learn, and thanks to the […]

How to Change Almost Every Default Setting for an Android App


Previously we have talked about a few Android apps using which you can control specific Android settings like screen brightness or orientation and override the system default for individual apps. We used two different apps to take care of the task. While the purpose was solved, I started looking for an app that can bring […]

How to See the Date and Time a Photo Was Taken On iPhone


EXIF data is like a spellcheck tool for photographers. It shows you all the details of the picture you took, with details like the lens used, aperture, focal length and a lot more. We’ve already told you about software on Mac and Windows to extract such data. These apps will also tell you the date […]

How to Control Your Computer from an Android Device Using Chrome Remote Desktop

Google Chrome Remote Desktop for Android

Chrome Remote Desktop has been announced recently by Google and it makes your life much easier, by allowing you to control your computer from your Android device. Chrome Remote Desktop for Android is easy to set up and works great after that (an iOS version is also promised on the Google Chrome Blog). Here are the […]

Top 3 Free Ways To Sync iTunes Playlists To Android (Wired and Wireless)


I know, I know, I mentioned iTunes and Android in the title too close to one another. Trust me, I did not mean any disrespect. If you can get by with your life without using iTunes to buy and sync music to your mobile device, more power to you. But you see, some of us […]

How to Make the Most Out of PlayStation Plus


In the first part of this article, we took a detailed look at what PlayStation Plus is and the basic aspects of it, like what PlayStation consoles it covers (and how many of each), how much it costs and some of the benefits it offers. In this last part of the entry, we’ll delve into the […]

How to Move a Half-Finished Download and Schedule Downloads in uTorrent


uTorrent is one of the best torrent downloaders not only for PCs, but for smartphones as well. But the flexibility it provides especially on its desktop version is above par, and today we are going to take up two of those cool features. First of all, we will see how you can move an unfinished download from one location to […]

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