Probably you use standalone apps to edit photos on your computer. How would it be if you didn’t need to install those heavy programs? Great, right? Online photo editors offers this opportunity.
Comparisons of software and cloud services
Filming video is great a way to preserve memories with friends and family, but after taking shoots we often need to edit those. Here are some free online video editors that may help you to do it not paying a penny!
As Instagram announced they were going to make money from the users’ photos, many users felt being used and tricked. You may be one of them, but what else choices do you have when you choose to opt-out Instagram?
Google Keep and Evernote are the best-known note-taking apps in the market. What’s different between them? Is either good under any circumstances?
Everyone of us may not be photographer, but we all like taking photos. Because of limited on-device storage and accessibility constraints, online photo storages got huge popularity. What are some of the great cloud destinations for photos?
Google Keep and Beyondpad are two of the quite a few free note taking services available on the web. You may find them look alike to some extent, yet some distinct points also exist between them. So, which one to choose?
There are so many note taking apps available on the internet. It’s unlikely that you can try them all. Here I’ve presented an overview of seven popular note taking apps.
If you decided to backup your data to cloud using FTP then these test results may shed some light on what cloud storage service to use.
Windows doesn’t officially provides many tweaks for normal users. Disk cleanup can be a hassle if you don’t have some handy tools to track which files take too much space. You definitely want to know what best apps are for this purpose.
Livedrive and ADrive are two of the popular cloud storage and backup services. Both offer tons of useful features. Considering all of these, which one would you choose?