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Create and Access Evernote Notes in Gmail, Google Calendar and Outlook

Posted by on December 18, 2012

Create and Access Evernote Notes in Gmail, Google Calendar and Outlook

Evernote is a very popular note taking and archiving tool available across multiple desktop and mobile OS. You might have received content on your email and want to save it to evernote by creating a new note. Now instead of copyign text and then pasting it manually in Evernote, you can try using the new(…)

How to View Instagram Photos on Twitter

Posted by on December 11, 2012

How to View Instagram Photos on Twitter

Recently Instagram has completely turned off support for Twitter Cards which means users will not be able to view Instagram photos on Twitter.com interface or on mobile apps. Twitter Cards is one user centric option which allows publishers and third-party applications to display photos, video and article text inside of tweets, rather than only sharing(…)

How to Enable Do Not Track in Google Chrome

Posted by on November 7, 2012

How to Enable Do Not Track in Google Chrome

Do Not Track is a technology and policy proposal that enables users to opt out of tracking by websites they do not visit, including analytics services, advertising networks, and social platforms. When Microsoft released Windows 8 with Internet Explorer, it had an option to enable do not track. Do Not Track signals a user’s opt-out(…)

Scratchpad- Notepad for Chrome with Google Docs Integration

Posted by on October 25, 2012

Scratchpad- Notepad for Chrome with Google Docs Integration

Notepad apps are pretty handy to quickly take down notes and important tasks. But the problem with offline notes is that you might not be able to access it from another PC or device. In case you are looking for a note app to quickly take down notes and also to access it online, then(…)

Create a RSS Feed of Public Google+ Updates

Posted by on September 25, 2012

Create a RSS Feed of Public Google+ Updates

Google+ is one of the emerging social networking tools available with Google adding more and more features with each update. But one feature missing is the RSS feeds of any user’s public updates. We had covered quite a few alternatives on this blog for fetching the RSS feeds for Google+. Feed+ is a sample app(…)

Email Overload? Pause your Inbox

Posted by on September 8, 2012

Email Overload? Pause your Inbox

When working on important and priority tasks, emails are often a distraction. You are always tempted to check the new emails on your browser. Every time you get an email notification, you are prompted to check it resulting in productivity. So if you are a person who is overloaded with email and causing distractions at(…)

Learn Keyboard Shortcuts for Gmail with Shortcuts for Gmail [Extension]

Posted by on August 4, 2012

Learn Keyboard Shortcuts for Gmail with Shortcuts for Gmail [Extension]

Few days back we covered an awesome freeware app for Windows, KeyRocket, which provides you with keyboard shortcuts suggestions as and when you use them on Windows. The same app is now available as an extension for Google Chrome and provides keyboard shortcut recommendation for Gmail. The extension, Shortcuts for Gmail, is the fastest way(…)

Easily Download BitTorrent Files in Chrome with OneClick

Posted by on July 9, 2012

Easily Download BitTorrent Files in Chrome with OneClick

Downloading BitTorrent files requires you to have a BitTorrent client tool like uTorrent or other free supported download managers. If you frequently download BitTorrent files, then here is some great news for you. BitTorrent has now released a new extension for Google Chrome, called OneClick which helps in downloading BitTorrent files easily from your browser(…)

Google Chrome for iOS- What’s Good and Bad about the Browser

Posted by on July 2, 2012

Google Chrome for iOS- What’s Good and Bad about the Browser

Google had announced Google Chrome for iOS at Google I/O and made it available the same day it was announced. The popularity of Google Chrome was high that it quickly made it to the top free popular apps across multiple app store regions. Chrome is also one of the most popular and the best browser(…)

Enable Desktop Version of Website on Chrome for iOS

Posted by on July 1, 2012

Enable Desktop Version of Website on Chrome for iOS

Google had announced Chrome for iOS at Google I/O and was made available the same day. The response to Chrome was pretty huge and it was already the most popular free app in many app stores across the world. Chrome for iOS has one of the best features of syncing across multiple devices and desktops(…)