Missing important messages in your email? Looking for an easy way to unsubscribe from newsletters? Try Mailburn for iOS.
If you use Evernote to collect materials for research or other purposes, you can turn them into cool presentations without having to rely on other software. Here’s how.
If you are a Mac user and want a dedicated desktop app for your favorite web services, Epichrome can help you turn any web service or website into a stand-alone Mac application.
TextWrangler, a simple Mac text editor, is not as feature-rich as a full word processor; it’s light and it handles plain and simple text without all the formatting bells and whistles. Check it out.
It’s impossible to rename hundreds of files one by one individually. For Mac users, one of the recommended file renaming tools to batch rename files is NameChanger. Check it out.
Looking for the perfect desktop blogging app for Mac? DeskPM features a clean, simple, distraction-free interface and can publish to multiple platforms. Check it out.
Some website owners dread 404 pages while others use them as their creative outlets and come up with really fun and amazing results. If you want to design a fun 404 page for your WordPress site, this tutorial will help.
iOS apps are generally known for their better quality. Here are 20 of those apps that you can’t get on an Android device.
Update: Ember Code has ended the service of TVShows. It is no longer available. More detail here. Update: Look like someone has taken over the project. It is now call TVShows 2. Are you one of those people who love watching TV but find it difficult to set your time to match your favorite shows? […]
If I had to list down the most useful tools that I’ve used in my computer life, Dropbox would be one of the top name on the list. It’s more than just a simple backup tool. The combination of desktop apps, web service and supports from tons of third-party applications, open up possibilities that I’ve […]
If you are a blogger, you would understand the importance of images to enhance the quality of blog post. There are many sources – either in the real world or in the virtual world – where you can acquire pictures that you can use for your blog. The problem is, getting the images right at […]
According to the latest statistical data from Royal Pingdom, there are approximately 152 million blogs exist today. To put that number into context, there are more blogs out there than the whole Japanese citizen in the world. If you want to stand out among this kind of crowds, you need to work really hard – […]
Along with Mac OS X 10.6.6 update, Apple released the Mac version of App Store. The concept of finding, downloading, and updating applications from one place has been proven to be very successful with mobile applications, so Apple wanted to try this also on desktop apps. Despite the controversy, Mac App is also a huge […]
What do you call an email that pops up out of nowhere in your inbox from somebody that you don’t know giving you a link to visit? That’s definitely a SPAM. But what do you call an email from your friend telling you to check out the exact same link? That’s a friendly recommendation. Even […]
People may argue about the definition of a good website from the aesthetic point of view. But technically speaking, speed is one of the requirements of a great website. So, if you are a website owner who wants to keep your visitor happy, it’s important to have your site(s) always on the fast lane. There […]
I was in my quest to find online education tools when I stumbled upon Edu 2.0. After playing with it for a while, I think it’s safe to say that Edu 2.0 is by far the most complete online educational tool that I’ve come across. It goes as far as enabling users to virtually create […]
From the visitors point of view, light and speedy websites are more likable than the heavy and slow ones because the former will help visitors save money and time. Having a lighter site will also give benefits to the owner as it reduces the storage size and traffic bandwidth that he/she has to pay. Even […]