Trevor Dobrygoski

Trevor is a freelance writer covering topics ranging from the Android OS to free web and desktop applications. When he is not writing about mobile productivity, He is coaching and playing the world's greatest game... Soccer.

5 Useful Ways To Utilize Your 25GB Skydrive Account

5 Useful Ways To Utilize Your 25GB Skydrive Account

Over the past few years, more and more companies are offering web-based versions of their software. In the same manner, more options for storage in the clouds are available. Here at Make Tech Easier, we have given you several ways to back up, sync and store things. Microsoft’s Skydrive is another such option. A couple […]

Organize Your Meals with Plummelo

Organize Your Meals with Plummelo

If you cook a lot, you probably make some of your favorites pretty often. The alternative is something you can make fast. I know I get sick of having the same things over and over. If you want to explore a little and try different meals, you are going to dig Plummelo. Plummelo is a […]

Jumpcut – A Must-have Mac Clipboard

Jumpcut – A Must-have Mac Clipboard

How many of you have had to copy a lot of text from one source to another or while editing? It is a pain especially if you need to rearrange the way a paragraph is layed out. For the Mac owners out there, Jumpcut will make the job a lot easier. Jumpcut is a very […]

Rapportive Lets You Know Everything About Your Gmail Contacts

Rapportive Lets You Know Everything About Your Gmail Contacts

When you sign up for a social network, I am sure that it will ask you to provide your email address and password so as to find out who in your contact list is also available in the network. I’m not sure about you, but I am always a little nervous when I let an […]

How to Compress Your Images Without Affecting the Quality

How to Compress Your Images Without Affecting the Quality

If you have a whole bunch of high-resolution photos, chances are, you won’t be able to upload them to your favorite social sharing sites, simply because their file size are too big. One of the solution is to compress the photos to reduce the file size. This give rises to another problem: most applications are […]

Automate Repetitive Tasks with Action(s)

Automate Repetitive Tasks with Action(s)

How many of the Mac users out there need to use a Windows machine for work? One of the applications I really like on my Mac, is Automator. Action(s) is a similar Java based application offering this same functionality on bot Mac and Windows machines. If you are unfamiliar with the possibilities of an automation […]

How to Automate Your WordPress Backup With iDrive

How to Automate Your WordPress Backup With iDrive

Make Tech Easier has covered several solutions to backup your information remotely. Dropbox is probably one of the most popular. iDrive is a solution which may appeal to a wider audience. Like many of the backup options out there, you have the choice of a free or a pay option. The pay option of iDrive […]

Kadaza – A Logo Based Personal Start Page

Kadaza – A Logo Based Personal Start Page

Everyone has their personal favorite start page for their browser. Some like iGoogle, some need a little more information. There have been several articles written on Make Tech Easier about different options. Reviews of 43Marks, iGoogle, myHomepage and a homepage battle have all graced the pages here. This will add another style homepage to the […]

Schedule Meetings Easier with Tungle

Schedule Meetings Easier with Tungle

One of the hardest things about a meeting is the scheduling. I know when it is time to schedule a board meeting, I run into all kinds of schedule conflicts. To make things even harder, people use different email clients and smart phones. This makes it harder to send meeting requests by email. Tungle.me helps […]

aLaunch: Not Just Any Mac Apps Launcher

aLaunch: Not Just Any Mac Apps Launcher

Mac users are a group that enjoys a certain degree of pleasure when they use their computers. Many of the reasons I like the Macs I have owned are the simplicity of their operation. Even though Apple gives you fantastic quick methods of finding and opening apps and documents, there is always room for improvement. […]

6 Tips for a Better Bing Search Experience

6 Tips for a Better Bing Search Experience

Are you a die hard Google search user? It is hard not to be. Everything comes preset to search Google by default. Why wouldn’t it? That being said, there are some built in features I prefer to use in Bing. You know, that search engine by Microsoft. Many search engines have areas where they excel […]

Organize Your Life With Springpad

Organize Your Life With Springpad

Most popular applications usually have a lesser know competitor with very similar features. The better know software is more heavily marketed and the freeware versions – which are equally as good – usually are not. Springpad is one of these freeware apps. You hear a lot of people talking about how if they did not […]

How to Enable Multiple Desktops In Windows

How to Enable Multiple Desktops In Windows

A few months ago when I bought a netbook with Windows XP on it, I was reminded of how bland a user experience most Windows users have.  I used a Mac for 90% of my computing for 5 years and grew accustomed to some how productive I got. Apps like Launchy, Gimp, Chrome and Open […]

Untether your iPod from iTunes With Rockbox

Untether your iPod from iTunes With Rockbox

When you buy electronics, many times you fall prey to the marketing hype. Other times you have a real need and desire for the features of a particular device. Even then, those needs may shift over time. I am a big fan of Apple products. I over time have accumulated a couple of iPods, laptops […]