2 Superb iPhone Apps For Finding and Sharing Memes and GIFs

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Everyday a new internet sensation is created. A YouTube video goes viral, a celebrity becomes a meme and a scene from a serious video becomes an ironic GIF. Just like our attention spans, nothing is new on the internet for very long. There’s always something better, funnier lurking around in the corner, waiting for a […]

How to Get Started With Google Docs Add-ons (and 4 Cool Ones)

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Google has recently announced yet another very useful feature for Google Docs, as well as for Google Sheets – third-party add-ons. This means that Office Web Apps’ main competitor has become even better. You can now add new features to your Google Docs and Sheets and, since we’re talking about third-party add-ons, I’m sure developers […]

Top Small Jailbreak Tweaks To Fix iOS 7’s Biggest Annoyances

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Just like any other operating system out there, there’s always room for improvement in iOS 7. That room is usually filled up by Apple every year and they do a stellar job at updating one of the most used platforms in the world. But if you are jailbroken you can take matters into your own […]

4 Cool and Unique Apps to Replace the Mail App on iPhone


As the App Store has seen an increase in the number and kinds of apps it offers and as iOS has matured, more and more alternatives for Apple’s native Mail app have emerged. In past entries, we have reviewed other iPhone email clients and even recommended some of them. This time though, we will take […]

How to Move from Dropbox or OneDrive to Google Drive Easily With MultCloud


Recently Google announced that it has revised its monthly storage plan and now you can store about 100 GB of data for just $1.99/month which was previously $4.99. For high-end users they have offered $9.99 for 1 TB and $100 for 10 TB. Dropbox on the contrary offers only 2 GB for free and 100GB […]

How to Organize Your Messy iPhone Photo Collection With Tidymatic

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Tidymatic is for anyone who uses their iPhone to take photos. Lots of photos. iPhone has one of the best cameras when it comes to smartphones. Sites like Flickr are filled with amazing clicked-from-iPhone photos. But when you’ve used an iPhone for months and years, your photo collection becomes large and mismanaged. You can of course […]

4 Excellent Websites to Quickly Compress Images Without Losing Quality

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If you have a website or work for one, you know how important it is for images to be small in size. Page loading times, which can sometimes even influence a visitor’s decision to stay on the page, can depend on how well images are optimized. Fortunately, there are some pretty good tools which allow […]

Task for iPhone: A Gesture-Based Task Manager That Keeps it Simple


If you are an iPhone user, one of the things that you probably have installed on it is a task manager to help you keep track of your to-do lists. If you follow the site regularly, you surely must have noticed that in past entries we’ve written about different task managers and even compared several […]

How to Take Group Photos From Android Without Leaving Out Anybody


A group photo is the perfect way to cherish the special moments you spend together with your family or friends. However, one problem while taking a group photo is that a person who is behind the camera is always missing. You might consider taking a selfie now that Ellen has made it a trend, but usually that […]

2 Cool Tips to Take Maximum Advantage of Your Mac’s Startup Process


While some of us Mac owners love to find tools and tricks to to optimize our Macs’ performance, there are a lot of cools things that the very OS X lets us do that most of us are not even aware of. In fact, as you will see below, in some cases OS X saves […]

UpWord Notes for iOS: Gesture Based Plain Text Notes And Reminders For iPhone

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The iOS Appstore is populated by category-defining apps like Clear. But as simple as Clear might seem at first glance, its use of gestures as the only way of navigating becomes quickly overwhelming, especially when changing lists. You soon start getting the feeling that there should have been other input modes to complement gestures. That’s […]

Contact+ for Android Review: Link a Contact’s Different Social Accounts and See Updates


There was a time when a contact in your phone meant a name and a number. Now, of course, it’s that and your Facebook friends list, your WhatsApp buddies, your LinkedIn connections and even your location mates who check-in on foursquare. So your contacts are everywhere and that’s not a bad thing, if only the list […]

How to Add Custom Shortcuts to the Android Notification Drawer


I hate to admit it, but the one thing that I really like about the new Samsung devices which I didn’t get on my Xperia Z, were the numerous shortcuts in the Android notification drawer. In my phone I could only control Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, data and device sound and vibration profile, but that’s certainly not […]

FineScanner: An iOS Scanner App That Makes Scanning Quick and Easy


Being able to use your iPhone in novel and useful ways is always very empowering, especially when you can save yourself a lot of time and trouble. This is exactly the case when using your iPhone as a personal scanner, and while it might not be on par with professional, dedicated scanners, it still can […]

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