If you’re ever in danger or dire emergency, here are four Android apps that can help you connect to friends who can help your situation.
Mobile browsers, like Chrome and Firefox, load website in mobile mode by default. Here’s how you can set Chrome and Firefox to open sites in Desktop mode.
If you want to see how a site looks in a specific browser, you can change the user agent in Safari on Mac and pretend to be another browser. Here’s how.
Large screen smartphones are never easy to use with one hand. With this modification, you can now easily use your large screen Android phone one-handed.
While the screenshots with drop shadows look good, some may prefer plain captures. Here are three ways to capture a screenshot without drop shadows.
You don’t really need to install third-party apps to convert videos on Mac. Here’s how you can convert video easily and for free in Mac OS X.
There are multiple ways to lock the display on a Mac, and it’s up to you to decide which one you want to use. Here are all of them.
Some smartphones have a dedicated button to launch the Camera, but most don’t. Here’s how to make the home button launch the Camera app on Android.
This guide will help you find large files on your Mac that you don’t use anymore and delete them to free up space for new files.
The iPhoto app automatically launches each time you connect your iPhone or a media device to your Mac. Here’s how to stop it from automatically launching.
ControlAir is a free app on the Mac App Store that lets you control your machine using your hand gestures. Here’s how to get started with it.
Most popular web browsers for Android do include the function to privately browse websites. Here’s how you can do this in various browsers on your device.
Power Toggles is an Android app that lets you put shortcuts for various system settings on your homescreen; it’s a huge time-saver. Read all about it here.
If you are new to the Xposed Frameworks and do not know which modules exist, this list of 6 useful Xposed modules should help you get started.
An Xposed module called YouTube Background Playback allows you to keep your videos playing even when you are out of the official YouTube app. Here’s how.
If you are an Android user, there are a number of apps for keeping tasks organized. Here are six to-do list apps that help you manage your tasks.
If you often have to share a computer, you may wish to automatically clear data when you quit the browser. Here’s how you can do that in Chrome & Firefox.
Sometimes, you may want to remove a password from a PDF file so that anyone can view it. Here’s how to do that using Preview in Mac OS.
Want a way to secure your various login credentials and keep them away from prying eyes? Here’s how you can set a master password to do so in Firefox.
All browsers keep a record of the websites you visited. If you want to maintain your privacy, you can clear the web browsing history on your Android phone. Here’s how.
If you have an article on your Android phone that you want to read on your desktop, you can use the CaastMe app to share links from Android to Desktop. Here’s how.
Watermarking your images is a good way to prevent image theft. Here are five apps that can do watermarking for you on your Mac.
There is a bunch of useful email apps for Android that help you become more productive with your emails. Here are five of the best email apps for Android that you should check out.
The MAC address helps other peripherals in your network to uniquely identify various components on your PC. Here are 3 easy ways to find the MAC address in OS X.
Have you ever wanted to know exactly how many print jobs have been done on your Mac? You can see the print history using the workaround explained below.
If you are facing printing issues on your Mac, one of the solution is to reset the printers. here’s how you can reset the printing system on your Mac.
If you come across a useful webpage on your iPad, you can easily save it as a PDF file. Here is how can save the webpages as PDF on your iPad.
The line spacing of the command for the Terminal app in Mac is tiny. Here is how you can change the line spacing in the Terminal app in Mac.
Having trouble setting up VPN on your Mac? Follow this guide to easily connect to a VPN in Mac.
If you are tired of unlocking your phone just to read the notification, Shouter for Android can shout out the notification to you and keep you productive.
Screencasting is a good way to help your friends troubleshoot his computer. Here are some of the best screencasting apps for Mac OS X.
Does your Mac CPU’s fans spin very loudly and the machine become very hot? TG Pro helps you diagnose what’s wrong with your Mac hardware and fix the issue.
Leaving the cable plugged to the laptop for hours is bad for the battery. For Mac users, FruitJuice helps you to determine when you should remove the cable and also diagnoses the battery health.
If you are feeling nostalgic and want to play your old DOS game on your Mac, here is how you can do so.
aText allows you to accelerate your typing using abbreviations that expand to their full forms. Check out our aText’s review and stand to win a copy of aText.
Planning an event can be a tedious task and requires lot of planning. Here are some Android apps that will help you easily plan your events the way you want.
Fantastical for Mac allows you to easily add events and working with these calendars as if they were humans. It’s not free, but we have a giveaway event for it. Check it out.
If you’re a Mac user and have a messy desktop problem then Desktop Groups is the one for you. Check out our review and participate in the giveaway.
If you’re a health conscious person and are always trying to keep yourself healthy, here’re 5 apps that you can use with the Health app on your iOS device
Apple’s iOS 8 brings a host of new features for its users. Here are some of the tricks and tips for iOS 8 that will help you achieve more with less efforts.
AirDroid is a useful app for you to manage your Android device from PC. The version 3 of the tool is better and brings a host of new features. Let’s check it out.
Have you ever used an Android app and find that it could be useful for your desktop as well? Here’s how you can run Android apps in Chrome browser.
While there are a number of services that help you schedule posts in Facebook and Twitter, Postfity is a new one that works right inside your browser.
If you want to create your own GIF, but don’t have the tools or the experience, the Android apps here allow you to create GIFs quickly and easily.
Facebook added the sticker feature in its comments section. For those who dislike it, you can disable stickers in Facebook comments in Chrome and Firefox.
If you are unhappy with the current lock screen on your Android device, here are some of the best lock screen apps you can use to customize your lock screen.
Email plugins are useful to help you get your tasks done on time. Here are some Gmail plugins to help you improve your productivity.
It is rather frustrating to have all the Facebook video autoplay as you scroll down your news feed. Here’s how you can disable it in Android and iOS.
When you install a new application in Mac OS X, it might add several entries to the context menu. Here’s how to remove duplicate entry from context menu.
Most Android phones come with the ability to import and export contacts and you don’t need to install any app to do that. Here’s how you can do so.