2 Easy Ways to Convert a Web Page to PDF on Android


When researching for a project, I always prefer to save the web pages as PDF documents. It not only takes the complete snapshot of the web page as a single file that can be viewed offline, but also makes it easier to annotate and take notes. There are many online and offline tools to convert […]

How to Set or Remove Default File Associations on Mac

Default Apps

Whenever you download or create any given file on your Mac, it is instantly assigned a default application to open it, which you can easily identify by the file’s thumbnail in most occasions. However, double clicking on the file will open it in that application and that one alone. If you need to open that […]

How to Save Documents to Computer by Default on Office 2013


The backstage view or the file menu as you might call it, is something I like on Office 2013 and would like to use always. It gives that metro feel. More importantly, it carries new features. For example, it is easier to view the list of recent documents, pin important documents, etc. However, despite it […]

3 Excellent iOS News Aggregator Apps to Replace Google Reader

GR Alternatives

If you’ve been following the tech scene lately, you might have heard that coming July 1st, Google will (sadly) shut down its popular Google Reader service to the dismay of all of us who use it to follow our news. Even worse, the service is used as backend by some of the most popular iOS […]

How to Create the Perfect Personalized Ringtone on Android


Most of us love to cut out a segment of our favorite tracks and apply them as a ringtone. For the purpose, there are many online services and apps that host pre-edited songs, most of which are uploaded by other users. Finding ringtones, downloading them on the phone and then setting them up as a […]

Mac Tip: Create Your Own Shortcuts and Use Special Characters

Tips for Text on Mac

In past articles we have already shown you how to create your own keyboard shortcuts on your iPhone as well as 21 useful ones for working with text on your Mac. This time though, we go a little further to show you how you can take advantage of your Mac’s text input settings to create […]

Mybucketz Brings Together Your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Feeds


Number of social networks we use along with the number of people we make friends with and follow have been increasing, but the number of hours in the day have remained the same. For this reason, users are nowadays looking for ways to manage all their social accounts from one place and there are many […]

How to Launch Another App Without Leaving Current App on Android


Few days back we covered an app for Android called Trigger using which one can launch any app or settings on Android without leaving or minimizing any running app the user might be working on. However, as the app was based on gesture recognition, not many loved it. So today, I am going to share […]

How To Use QuickTime on Mac to Trim Video Clips Fast and Easy

QuickTime Trim

There is no doubt that one of the most under appreciated pieces of Mac software for regular users that comes built-in on every Mac is Appleā€™s QuickTime Player. The reason for this, of course, is that besides being a mere video player that supports a variety of formats, QuickTime also allows users to perform some […]

4 Clever Ways to Make the Most Out of iOS App Store

App Store Main copy

One of the most important things to come out of the iPhone a few years ago (and almost by accident) was the App Store, the place where all iOS device users get their apps from (unless you have a jailbroken iPhone of course). While at the beginning it was very unexciting and plagued by navigation […]

Gmail Touch: A Gmail Client for Windows 8 That Doesn’t Need Microsoft Account


When I reviewed the official Windows 8 Modern Mail app, one of our users had a doubt and asked if there was any way in which the default Mail app can be used without configuring the Microsoft account. The user wished to use the app for just Gmail but it would only work if at […]

How To Solve iPhone Encrypted Backup Problems

iPhone Encrypted Backup Problems

Here is a problem that might not be commonplace for every iPhone owner out there, but definitely has happened to quite a few of us in the past before performing backups via iCloud or for those who just continue to do so via iTunes – you keep a lot of highly sensitive information on your […]

5 Fun and Simple Browser Based HTML5 Games for iPhone / iOS

iPhone HTML 5 Games

Gaming on the iPhone has exploded in the past few years, with titles available for just about any genre and at different price points. However, there are still a couple of aspects of games on the iPhone that can make them inconvenient. First, some of the most interesting games are paid. And second, you still […]

How to Create a Personal Cloud Server Using Tonido


Cloud services like Dropbox and Google Drive have made file syncing between two devices a cakewalk. No matter where you are, all you need is an internet connection and a device which is at least capable of browsing the web. However, none of these services are free to use without storage limitation and a user […]