There are several ways to enable dark mode for the websites you visit. Here are six extensions that help you darken the websites you visit in your browser.
These 8 apps help you manage and be more productive with the open tabs in your web browser. These apps work with most major browsers.
Here are eight tools that will let you enhance your Twitter experience, with some of them allowing you to remove the stuff you don’t want.
These seven Android notification apps let you save notes in your notification bar, resurrect dismissed notifications, and so on.
If you are an avid Facebook user, here are some of the best browser extensions you can use to customize your Facebook experience.
If you wish to keep your devices away from any unwanted services or websites, these eight tools will help you block content and websites on your devices.
With the rise in usage of PDFs, many tools have come into existence that help you modify and tweak your PDF documents. These PDF tools can fix your PDFs too.
In this roundup we have five of the best apps that can trim EXIF data from your images so you can share them without worries.
This week Software Roundup covers ten interesting apps that you should learn about and use on your devices.
Mac has a great number of download managers, some of them more popular than others. Here we cover five of the lesser-known download mangers for Mac.
This list of apps let you turn your Windows PC into a WiFi hotspot that people can connect to and enjoy your Internet connection.
Today, clipboard apps have become so advanced that they let you copy content on one device and paste it onto another. Here are five smart clipboard managers for Mac that can do more than just copy content.
Usually default uninstallers aren’t perfect, and they often leave leftover files after the apps are uninstalled. Here are some third-party uninstallers that let you uninstall apps and remove residual files from your device.
Google Docs allows you to create and edit word documents online. These are some of the best Google Docs add-ons that you can use to add more features while creating your documents.
Netflix has been a great source of entertainment for many people, as it offers a number of interesting shows and videos for people to watch. Here is six cool software titles that can improve your Netflix experience.
Unattended networks often come with leak holes for hackers to get into your system and access your confidential information. These are five network utilities that will let you manage and analyze your networks.
In this week’s roundup we have seven apps that help you get the most out of the Terminal app. From helping you download YouTube content to letting you share your Terminal sessions, these apps will help you be more productive with Terminal.
HEIC is a file format Apple uses to compress images on its devices so the images are smaller yet retain their original quality. Here are four apps that help convert HEIC to other formats.
Most people use USB drives only to store their data; however, these drives are capable of doing more than just holding your data. This roundup of seven tools will help you get the most out of your USB drives.
Encrypting files has become a necessity as more and more cyber attacks are happening, and sensitive data is getting stolen. Here are six tools that will help you encrypt files on your devices.
Google is usually known as the search engine but it’s more than that. Here are six useful apps that Google created and gives out to its users for free.
Cryptocurrencies have been buzzing around the Web for quite some time. Here are six apps from our Software Discovery section that you can use to manage your cryptocurrencies.
Some of the features in Windows 10 are really limited, and tweaking them take more effort than it should. The following helper tools will allow you to better manage the various features on your computer.
There are some apps for Mac that are labelled as “must have” as they come with features that are not available anywhere in the OS. Here are six apps that you should be downloading right now.
There are many third-party Windows tools that can make you more efficient. Here are four cool external tools that can change the way things work on your PC.
In this week’s software roundup we handpicked some of the best Android apps, for both power users and beginners, that you should be using on your device.
Web apps run in your browser and are accessible from almost any device. Here are five useful web apps you should start using now.
Most browsers come with support for extensions. Here are some interesting browser extensions and new features you never though of before.
In this week’s software roundup, we have covered six utilities tools from our software section that will help you make your life a bit easier.
One of the attractive factors of the Chrome browser is the vast number of extensions it has. Here are some useful Chrome extensions you should check out.
There are several ways to encrypt files on Android, be it to encrypt the entire device or individual files. Learn how to encrypt files on Android here.
The Preview app in Mac does not allow you to view animated GIFs. Here are 2 other ways to play animated GIFs on your Mac.
You just got a new Mac and are wondering what free software you can use on it. Here’s a list of the 101 best free software that you can use on your Mac.
The Delete key on a Mac deletes text backward, but what if you want to delete text forward instead? Here’s how to delete text in front of the cursor.
Do you use Terminal a lot on your Mac? If so, this quick tip will teach you how to move the cursor word by word in Terminal on your Mac.
There can be times when the Mac app store hangs or crashes for no reason. If you are having this problem, here are a few ways to fix the frozen app store issue.
It is easy to embed a Youtube video, but not so straightforward to embed only the audio. Here is how you can embed the audio part of a Youtube video in your website.
Did you just install Google Allo and not sure how to interact with it? Here’s a list of things you can ask Google Allo and get answers for.
The lock screen in Windows 10 is not very useful and requires more work to log in to your PC. Here are three ways to disable the lock screen in Windows 10.
There are many apps in Windows 10 that need access to your location. Here is how to set a default location in Windows 10 so the system will always return a location to your app.
Have a long document on your Mac that you’d like to have summarized showing just the main points? Here’s how to summarize long documents on your Mac.
If you’ve been getting low-quality exports of your photos from the Photos app, this tip will show you how to export high-quality photos on Mac.
Are you always connected to a VPN for security reasons? Here is how you can get your Mac to auto connect to a VPN on startup.
One way to loop videos on YouTube is to click Play after the video ends. This is laborious. Here are 3 ways to automate the looping of videos on YouTube.
If you want to hide user accounts on the Windows 10 login screen, you can easily do so with a simple registry hack. Check it out.
If you’ve seen a Facebook or Instagram photo that you’d like the ASCII version of, here’s how to convert those photos to ASCII using its URL.
The Mac Photos app has many adjustment options, but there are a few more that can be enabled. Here’s how to enable those extra adjustment settings in Photos.
If you’ve installed Xcode on Mac, you’ll see developer results in Spotlight. Here’s how to omit the developer search results if you don’t want to see them.
Want an easy way to create restore points in Windows 10? Here’s how to create a shortcut that lets you create a restore point via a simple double-click.
Sometimes you may want to see the inner workings of a Chrome extension. Here are two ways to view the source code of a Chrome extension.