Are you a command line as well as Evernote users? Try Geeknote – a useful open-source Evernote console client for Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X.
Yovo claims to have solved the screenshot problem by using an optical illusion technique known as Barrier Grid illusion. Let see how it works.
Baton aims to make switching from one Android device to another completely seamless. Let check out Baton along with the features it provides.
The timedatectl command in Linux allows you to query and change the system clock and its settings.
Facebook makes money from the content you created, and you were not paid a single cent. Tsu pays you for posting on the platform and invite your friends to the network. Let’s check it out.
Having problems with Mathematics? With PhotoMath, you can now use your phone’s camera to help you solve maths problems in real time.
For a phone call, Skype requires both parties to be online at the same time. Skype Qik extends Skype and allows you to send video messages to your friends.
In yet another effort to reinvent email, Google has unveiled Inbox that aims to streamline your email management via its gen-next features. Let check it out.
Report claims that Whisper, an app lets you share your secrets anonymously, tracks the locations of its users, and shares user data with the US government.
Looking for an app to chat securely and privately with your friends? Try BitTorrent new P2P messenger Bleep that offers end-to-end encryption.
Dukto is a simple application that lets you easily share files and text with other computers or mobile devices connected over a LAN.
Carousel is a photo management app from Dropbox, which touts it as a gallery for all the photos and videos from your life.
If you love the command line and like listening music while doing work, you’ll be thrilled to know that Pandora can be accessed through command line as well.
Are you looking for an easy way to create a screencast on your Linux desktop? ScreenStudio could be the one for you.
Floatify lets you experience floating, Android L style notifications on your non-rooted Android device. Check it out.
Wireshark displays so much data on the screen that it is difficult to find the information you want. This is where Wireshark’s display filters is useful.
If you are a regular Ubuntu Software Center user, and are looking for a better alternative, App Grid is a fully featured and light-weight option for you.
Code profiling lets you identify bottlenecks, dead code, and bugs. For Linux programmer, the GNU profiler “gprof” is the profiling tool for you.
The Vim editor offers so many features that it’s very difficult to learn all of them. For experienced users, here are some useful Vim tips and tricks for you.