A good time-tracking system makes invoicing easier and improves your productivity. Here are some of the best time-tracking tools you should use to track your time.
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Instead of visiting a website on a browser, you can turn it into a web app and launch it like an app. Here is how you can turn websites into apps in Linux.
Web-clipping apps allow you to save content while researching on the Web. Here are 5 useful web-clipping apps that you should use to stay organized.
Even though 2017 has just begun, Google has started experimenting with new features for all things Android-based. Here are some of the huge updates coming to Android devices.
Most image editors that you know of are meant for editing photos. For creating a vector image, you should check out this list of free graphic editors that are meant for vector images.
If you’ve always wanted to learn how to build web apps, Ruby on Rails for Beginners has you covered. Pick it up for just $28.99.
Sometimes you may want to have an avatar represent you instead of a personal photo. If so, here are five fun web apps to create avatars.
Social music apps are a primary example of how advancing technology has changed the landscape of enjoying and listening to music. Let’s discuss.
Have you always wanted to learn how to develop web apps using the powerful Ruby on Rails platform? Now you can with the Ruby on Rails Coding Bootcamp.
In this article we have reviewed and selected five of the best secure email services to keep your data safe from hackers and the authorities.
Do you suffer from information overload and/or FOMO (fear of missing out)? If so, these Web apps for collecting all your content are sure to come in handy.
If you don’t have an image editing software on your desktop and you have no intention to install one, you can edit your pictures online, for free
Your resume is an important part of your professional life and it doesn’t have to be boring. Here are 5 of the best sites to build a nice and creative CV.
There’s no shortage of note-taking apps out there, yet when it comes time to jot something down quickly to return to later, few note-taking options are as convenient as good old-fashioned sticky notes applications. The following are four Sticky Notes for Chrome applications.
Chrome OS makes it easy to access your favorite websites, but there’s a catch. By default, your website of choice must have already submitted an app to the Chrome Web Store. This is a problem, as some major websites do not have an app available, such as Wikipedia. The good news is that creating custom web apps of your own isn’t that difficult.
If you use Google Chrome often, chances are you probably have a few (or many) extensions installed and visible on the add-on bar. As an avid Chrome user with most of my work dependent on extensions, I found a quicker way to troubleshoot possible extension issues by enabling and disabling Chrome extensions and apps with literally one click.
Have you ever wanted to try a web app without dabbling into the installation and configuration? Luckily, Bitnami have stacks for different web apps so you can easily test them out effortlessly. Let check it out.
Web applications allow us to work anywhere we want. It gets rid of the need to install software, and is readily available from a browser. If you do your work online using web apps, chances are you have most of them bookmarked for easy access. Wouldn’t it be great if you can see all your web apps in one place?