We’ve just lost the popular Mailbox email app thanks to Dropbox shutting it down. If you were a user, here are several Mailbox alternatives for iOS that you can try.
You can’t build a site and expect people to find it on their own; you have to give it a boost. These WordPress plugins can help get more traffic to your site.
Managing a personal budget doesn’t have to be such a chore. If you’re looking for an easy way to manage it on your mobile device, check out Wally.
Looking for a way to interact with your audience and reach more readers? Here’s how you can connect WordPress and Telegram.
Looking for an easy way to manage your projects and tasks no matter where you are? MeisterTask is a free web-based agile project and task management system.
Watching movies in a language other than your native one is possible but hard to understand. Here’s how to search subtitles for movies so you’ll enjoy them.
MiMo Keyboard for iOS came up with a way to create and share emojis using your own pictures. It’s only limited by your imagination. Here’s how it works.
Day One is a beautiful journaling app that can make you look forward to writing a journal regularly. It’s available for Mac, iOS, and Apple Watch. Check it out.
If you are just starting on your musical journey, Music Maker Jam is an easy-to-use app for Android, iOS and Windows mobile that helps produce great music.
If you love reading audiobooks but don’t want them taking up space on your iOS device, here are some ways to play audiobooks from alternative locations.
Fruit Juice is a battery management app that sits silently in the menubar while analyzing your battery to help extend your Macbook’s bettery life. Here’s how it works.
If you have more than one WordPress blog and want to manage them from your desktop, check out the new WordPress desktop app.
If you have thousands of songs without lyrics, adding the lyrics one by one is a pain! Fortunately, there’s a free Mac app for that called Singer Song Reader; it will help you search, save, and display iTunes song lyrics.
The Internet comes with the solution to watch whatever TV shows you want, at whatever time. Sonarr is one of the best tools to do it. Here’s how it works.
Not 100% happy with the sound quality when listening to music or watching videos on your Mac and yearning for more? Check out Boom 2.
Meet Liquid, your free personal search bar for Mac that helps to simplify the process of getting more information on selected text.
Downie is a Mac-only video downloader tool that is very easy to use. After installing a browser extension, you can download any video from a site just by clicking the browser extension’s icon.
The iPhone camera is among the best available, which is why iPhone Photography (or iPhoneography) has quickly become an art. Here’s how to get better photos with your iPhone.