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?
Instead of having to go *out* to get the information you want, imagine what your life would be like if you could get it to come *in* to you.
Bored of the immutably ear-splitting alarm in the morning? Miss talking with real people? Time to substitute your default alarm app!
Fetchnotes is a simple and quick note taking service that supports web, iOS and Androd to save, manage and collaborate your ideas. It also offers a Chrome extension which helps you take notes in a click.
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?
All of us who take photos or use images in various purposes need to edit those pieces. Many people use heavy apps to get it done. But today I’ll introduce you with a tool that offers simple but efficient online photo editing.
Google Calendar is one of the foundation functions of Google schedule management. Recently a new version of Google Calendar Android app is released in response of Material Design. Has it become better or worse? Have a look.
We’ve already written many positive reviews about ADrive, but here I’d like to add some fly into the ointment and share what I don’t like in it.
For most geeks who are keen to tweak their favorite Android ROM, a necessary tool is Xposed Framework. What makes it so appealing?