It’s easy to do a reverse image on your desktop, but it’s not so easy to do such a search on your Android device. Here is how you can do a reverse image search on your Android phone.
It can be frustrating when Google Assistant can’t pronounce your friends’ names right. There is a way to fix this, by adding phonetic names to your contacts.
Trying to find some text in a long document can sometimes be a frustrating experience. Here’s how you can organize and alphabetize your documents in Google Docs.
The Google Play Services’ battery drain issue is a problem that even Oreo users have been complaining about. These are some useful fixes for you.
Erasing a file is a straightforward task, but sometimes the wrong files can be deleted. If there is a folder that you don’t ever want to erase, creating an undeletable folder is your best bet.
Twitter introduced a new feature call Bookmarks that allows you to save tweets easily. Here is how it works.
If you are using Chrome for desktop or Android, we’ll tell you here what you need to know about the latest Chrome ad filter.
You probably get so much information on your Facebook news feed that you don’t even want to look at it. This can easily be fixed by prioritizing Facebook’s news feed so that you see what you want first.
Snapchat’s stickers are a great feature that gives your snaps your own personal touch. Here are some tips for you to create custom stickers in Snapchat and make full use of what Snapchat offers.
If you tend to get tired of your phone’s wallpaper quickly, it can be annoying having to waste time changing it. Thanks to the following wallpaper changer apps, you can set a new Android wallpaper every few minutes or every day.
Tor can be a great tool to keep users anonymous, but it does have its drawbacks that may push users to try something new. If you are looking for Tor alternatives, here are a few options to surf online anonymously.
The Chrome URL autocomplete feature may not always show you the right URL. This article includes some things you can do to prevent that annoying autocomplete feature from appearing.
Taking the perfect picture can be very difficult, but once you have it, you want to make sure no one else takes credit for it. On Android you can quickly add a watermark to your photos after you have taken it.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Have a little fun and check out some prank sites that will make your friends think you’re a hacker by night.
It can be annoying when your Wi-Fi isn’t available in every single area of your home. A WiFi mesh system is an excellent option if you are not tech-savvy but need your WiFi everywhere.
The flashlight feature on your Android device is very useful and can come in handy when you lose your keys at night. Find out more ways to quickly turn on the flashlight on your Android device.
You probably take screenshots all the time and share them with your friends. Instead of bombarding your friend with multiple screenshots, you can take and send a scrolling screenshot.
Finding the files you’ve downloaded is usually an easy task, but sometimes, the files can go missing without your knowledge. Lets’ take a look at some options to find downloaded files in Android.