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6 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do On Google Maps

6 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do On Google Maps

Even though applications like Google Maps are used by millions of people every month, most don’t stray from the basics. Most applications have features that make them unique. To unleash the real power, these features need to be used. Below are 5 ways to get more out of Google Maps.

9 Gmail Labs Add-ons That You Should Enable Right Now

9 Gmail Labs Add-ons That You Should Enable Right Now

Gmail is inarguably the best web based email service in the world. We, at Make Tech Easier, use Gmail for all our email communication needs and have never felt the need to rethink on the decision. Google is also famous for their developer friendly culture and one of the offshoots of that is the 20% […]

How to Add More Control To Your Gmail Inbox With Syphir

How to Add More Control To Your Gmail Inbox With Syphir

I bet a lot of Gmail users out there would like a little more control over their inbox. I know I have felt a little limited at times. The nice thing about most Google products, is they allow other applications to add to the core Google application. The other day I was scanning my Twitter […]

How to Manage Google Docs Documents From Microsoft Outlook

How to Manage Google Docs Documents From Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is by far the best email client for Windows. It helps you to manage all your emails, set up contact lists, plan meetings, schedules and so much more. You can also use Microsoft Outlook to read Google Reader feeds as well. So is Google Docs – one of the best online office applications […]

Heapr: A Super Fast Meta Search Engine That Is Worth Using

Heapr: A Super Fast Meta Search Engine That Is Worth Using

When you use Google to search for stuffs, how do you want it to be served – slow, normal or fast? I prefer it to be fast, that why when I was introduced to Heapr, I like it instantly. Just like any other meta search engines out there, Heapr uses Google as its backend engine […]

How to Install Google Go in Ubuntu

How to Install Google Go in Ubuntu

What do you get when you mix Python and C? According to Google, it’s Go – a new programming language developed in-house and later open sourced. Go was created by a small team inside Google, including the well known Ken Thompson, co-inventor of Unix and major influence on C. It was created out of a […]

Mastering Google App Marketplace In 3 Simple Steps

Mastering Google App Marketplace In 3 Simple Steps

If you are part of the increasing majority, you have a data enabled phone. A big part of having one of these phones is being able to buy applications that are designed to work with native features of the device. With all of the popularity Google has had with their Android Market, they recently debuted […]

Google Reader Play – The New Web Discovery Portal

Google Reader Play – The New Web Discovery Portal

Like many of you, I use Google Reader to keep track of new content from my favorite news sites and blogs. As a feed reader, it does a great job of storing and organizing information from countless sources. My friends can share their favorite Reader items with me, and I can with them. One thing […]

How to Read Your Google Reader Feeds In Microsoft Outlook

How to Read Your Google Reader Feeds In Microsoft Outlook

RSS feeds let you read blog updates and news items from all over the web in a news reader. The most popular web based news reader is Google Reader and we have earlier discussed some Google Chrome extensions to maximize your RSS experience. But in some situations, reading feeds inside a browser may not be […]