Here I’d like to present you with an interesting comparison of how synchronization works in the four leading cloud storage services: Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and LiveDrive.
Google and Apple, a pair of old-aged competitors. The conflicts of interest have facilitated the situation where Apple gradually de-Googlizes. Google Keep, the relatively new service, has yet no client for iOS. Now what?
ADrive is an online storage and backup service that gives 50GB space for free. Its ad supported basic plan users get some common features only, while a 60-day free trial offers access to all premium benefits.
Degoo is a new cloud storage and backup service provider that offers 3GB-100GB space for free. You can get more storage from Degoo by sharing your processor power. Does it sound unfamiliar? Here is how it works.
Are you curious to learn a new language? Not sure to learn it with or without charge? Worry that you’ll not be able learn every day? Try Duolingo!
Onetastic is a free third party add-in for Microsoft OneNote 2010 and 2013. It gives some additional capabilities to manage notes, style texts, format images etc.
OneNote is a widely popular note taking tool from Microsoft. The program comes with MS Office suite, but still you can get it as a standalone application.
Evernote, a comprehensive app for note taking, has just unveiled a version with business card recognition.
Do you know what the name is of the playing song? Which app should you use to identify its name? Which should you use for humming and which for direct playing?
Web based note taking service Beyondpad has a unique way of storing, organizing and presenting your personal data. Let’s take a closer look at it.