5 Features That Make Foobar2000 One of the Best Music Players

Music Player

If you’re a passionate music fan, foobar2000 is a music player (Windows only) you’ll want to use; it’s simple, yet heavily customizable and feature-filled, yet uncluttered. And more than anything, it’s free! If you back up your music collection to a library of local music files, foobar2000 will not only make it easier to do that, […]

7 Must-Know Google+ Photos Tips to Make the Most Out of it

Google+ photos

Google+ may not be the go-to social network for you but you should still be on it because there’s much more to it than meets the eyes. Take photos, for instance. Almost all of you click the maximum photos from your phone’s camera and some of it makes its way to Facebook, some to Instagram […]

How to Use and Sync More Than One Google Drive Account on Windows


In the past we have seen how to modify the settings of the Google Drive app for Windows and configure it to access multiple Google Drive account in the same Windows profile. However after few updates of the app, the trick ceased to work and users started reporting that they get errors when more than […]

Photoshop Actions Explained: How To Load Them and Use Them For Your Projects


Whether you are a hardcore computer user or simply a tech newbie, chances are you will get to use Photoshop at one point or another. This great image editing application available for both Mac and Windows is easily one of the most powerful tools you will use if you ever work with photos or images at […]

5 Power Tips To Supercharge Your PDF Workflow


If you are a small business owner or a freelancer, you probably process a lot of PDFs. Be it invoices, estimates or even contract documents, almost everything is sent in PDFs these days. As the number of PDFs increase, managing them becomes a hassle. Here are some tips to help you supercharge your workflow. 1. […]

How to Disable Charm Bar (Hot Corners) on Windows 8 and 8.1


Charm Bar is a great feature in Windows 8 but only when you are using it on the touch-enabled notebooks and tablets. However, in normal laptops and desktops, it might be kind of annoying. In my experience of using the Charm Bar, it always comes in the way whenever I am trying to scroll up […]

WhatsApp Vs Telegram: Should You Switch To Telegram?


So, the news of Facebook buying WhatsApp is everywhere. And the 4 hour blackout that happened on the very next day. These are the two reasons why users have actively started moving away from WhatsApp. Not everyone though. WhatsApp still has 450 million active users and it’s adding a million new users every day! Of […]

3 Cool Tips To Vastly Improve Your QuickTime Viewing Experience


While several Mac owners (myself included) tend to use VLC for all our video watching needs, there are many users out there who just prefer Apple’s native QuickTime app, if only just because it integrates better with the rest of OS X. However, being a native Apple app, we tend to think of QuickTime as […]

Android Assistant Review: A Powerful, All-in-One App for Android


There are some android apps that help you with system cleaning, some that help you to batch install/uninstall apps from your device and then there are apps that help you with the RAM clean up, file management and lot more. However, today I am going to talk about an Android app called Android Assistant that […]

2 Excellent, Free Tools to Better Plan Your iOS App Prototype


If you are an iOS programmer, plan to be one or just like to toy with the idea of creating your own app, you know there is much more to creating your own iOS application besides just coding. In fact, one of the most important aspects of the entire process is the planning and the […]

How to Use the Portable Apps Suite From Dropbox

PortableApps Dropbox

PortableApps is a great little suite of apps, which you can easily run from a flash drive. The good news is that you can easily run it from Dropbox too. Here’s how. Why Run PortableApps from Dropbox? If you haven’t used PortableApps before, check out our review. I’m sure you’ll be eager to take the […]

Command-C Review: The Best Way To Share Clipboard Between Mac And iOS Devices

Copy Paste

When it comes to sharing data, any kind of data, directly between Mac and iOS, there aren’t many options to begin with. Apple’s own AirDrop on Mac will share data only with other Macs and it’s the same story for iOS. Power users are desperately waiting for this feature to come out in iOS 8. […]

3 Interesting iPhone Apps for Private, Off the Record Chat

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Writing about secure, private and anonymous chat apps and not mentioning NSA in the first sentence would be blasphemy I suppose. But then, such apps have always (merely) existed before Snowden’s revelations came out. Now, these apps and services are in more demand than ever. In this post we will take up three interesting iPhone […]

How To Become A Touchpad Ninja With BetterTouchTool for Mac

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BetterTouchTool (BTT) is a great tool to customize touchpad gestures for specific tasks and shortcuts. If you don’t know what it is, we have a guide to help you get up and running with BetterTouchTool. Once you’ve done that, come back here to get to the next level of using this awesome tool. So, let’s get […]