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When you are in areas with poor Internet connection, you should have these handy Android apps that work completely offline.
Downloading Windows updates individually is not only time-consuming and unproductive but is also frustrating. If you’d prefer to update Windows 10 offline, here’s how you can do that.
For those who read RSS feeds every day, JellyReader is a useful RSS reader that store your feeds in the cloud and allows you to access RSS feeds offline.
Apple improved its Dictation service in Mavericks and made it available offline. Here’s how you can make full use of this offline Dictation feature.
Do you know that other than video conferencing, you can send offline video messages in Skype as well? As long as you have a web cam, you can send anyone an offline video message for them to receive when they login to Skype.
If you are relying heavily on Google Maps on your Android phone to find your direction, you will be glad to know that you can save an area for offline use. This is useful as it allows you to plan ahead of your journey and prevent data usage while on the move. Saving the map […]
Have you ever experienced working from a location where an Internet connection is not available? It may not happen all the time, but when it does, a lot of work gets put on hold, especially email. If you use Gmail, a good backup plan for this unavoidable situation is Gmail Offline, a Chrome app. This app allows you to access your Gmail without an Internet connection.
With a large music library at your disposal, using Spotify Premium on your mobile device can quickly consume your available storage space. Here are a few ways to conserve space on an Android phone when using mobile Spotify offline which can enhance your experience with the service.
When it comes to reading something online, we often bookmark the site, determined to get back to them later, but then forget. Read Later Fast gives you instant access to what you want to read whether you are offline or online.
The easiest way to make a website available for offline reading is to save it as a webpage in your desktop. The only limitation is that it only saves the current webpage and doesn’t save external elements. Here is how you can save a complete website with all the links, images and videos intact.
The explosion of Internet users seen in recent years has resulted in a proliferation of blogs, both personal and professional, all catering to a myriad of tastes and topics. Whether you’re a professional online journalist, a dedicated blogger with a loyal following, or simply enjoy keeping a personal Tumblr blog to share your thoughts, you’ve […]
I have a confession to make. I’m a sucker for gadget reviews on YouTube. I can’t even remember the last time I actually looked at a normal review site for a gadget review. Apart from reviews of the latest gadgets, YouTube is also a great place to watch, well, almost anything that moves! The only […]