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How To Read Magazines On Your Android Phone Or Tablet

Android

How To Read Magazines On Your Android Phone Or Tablet

I love reading. Given the amount of research I find myself doing here at MakeUseOf that’s not a bad thing, but recently I’ve found my office space becoming encroached with more and more magazines. The obvious solution is to bin them, but then I lose a potentially valuable resource. So it’s time to think outside of the box and choose the second most obvious solution – digital alternatives.

Christian Cawley November 7, 2012
How To Read Magazines On Your Android Phone Or Tablet
A Guide To Easily Managing Playlists On Your iPhone

iPhone and iPad

A Guide To Easily Managing Playlists On Your iPhone

While I think managing and playing tunes on your iPhone is not as good as doing so on the classic iPod, there are a few advantages with the iPhone and other iOS devices that you might not be aware of. The storage space on a typical iPhone is not large enough for say a 40+ GB iTunes library collection, so you definitely need to manage playlists on your iPhone.

Bakari Chavanu November 7, 2012
A Guide To Easily Managing Playlists On Your iPhone
Stop Those Annoying Email-based Social Media Notifications With NotifyMeNot

Internet

Stop Those Annoying Email-based Social Media Notifications With NotifyMeNot

Notifications might be important to you, but do you need them in your email inbox? Probably not. Do yourself a favor – find all of the notification settings for all of your social networks in one place, then turn them off. NotifyMeNot is a simple webpage you can use to fight the flood of useless social emails filling your inbox so you can instead use email to read messages from other humans.

Justin Pot November 7, 2012
Stop Those Annoying Email-based Social Media Notifications With NotifyMeNot
Take to Social Recommendations and Tagging for Discovering Android Apps With Hubbl

Android iPhone and iPad

Take to Social Recommendations and Tagging for Discovering Android Apps With Hubbl

What if a great app is lying undiscovered in the shadowlands of the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store? What if you need just this sort of app? Thanks to app discovery engines, there are now more than a few ways to search for a good app for Android or iOS. Each comes with its own unique ways of rating and ranking apps. Hubbl goes for word of mouth and hashtags.

Saikat Basu November 7, 2012
Take to Social Recommendations and Tagging for Discovering Android Apps With Hubbl
Pixntell Allows You To Tell An Audio And Visual Story [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]

iPhone and iPad

Pixntell Allows You To Tell An Audio And Visual Story [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]

There are a slew of applications on iOS that allow you to share photos with friends and loved ones. In order for me to stand up and take notice of a photo sharing app, it has to have something that makes it special. It needs to do more than simply upload photos to a social network or apply some simple filters that make a photo look rustic. I want to see an app that actually does something cool with my photos. With Pixntell, you get an app that actually brings something new to the table.

Dave LeClair November 7, 2012
Pixntell Allows You To Tell An Audio And Visual Story [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]
Facebook Launches Version 5.1 Of iOS App With Camera, Messenger And Gift Goodies [Updates]

iPhone and iPad

Facebook Launches Version 5.1 Of iOS App With Camera, Messenger And Gift Goodies [Updates]

Facebook has just rolled out a big update to its iOS app that brings some slick new features. The first new feature comes in the form of Facebook Messenger, which essentially integrates features from the standalone app into the main app. Users can swipe left at any time to see a complete list of all their friends online. The update also lets users add certain friends to the favorite bar for quick chatting access.

Dave LeClair November 7, 2012
Facebook Launches Version 5.1 Of iOS App With Camera, Messenger And Gift Goodies [Updates]
Read it Later Service Pocket Launches a Mac App & It’s Awesome [OSX]

Mac

Read it Later Service Pocket Launches a Mac App & It’s Awesome [OSX]

We’ve covered Pocket back when it was Read it Later and after its relaunch as the newly redesigned Pocket, and it’s no secret that we’re big fans of the service. That’s why we were pretty excited to hear about Pocket’s Mac desktop app which makes it easy to keep up with the articles, videos and blog posts that you’ve saved to check out later. Available for free from the Mac App Store, the desktop app feels right at home with the suite of Pocket services.

Nancy Messieh November 7, 2012
Read it Later Service Pocket Launches a Mac App & It’s Awesome [OSX]
4 Websites To Help You When You Want To Plan A Film Or Video

Internet

4 Websites To Help You When You Want To Plan A Film Or Video

Do you like to dabble in creative filmmaking? Perhaps you are just wanting to test the waters of making YouTube videos. Either way, I’m sure you know one of the toughest parts of making a video is figuring out a decent plot or topic. In an effort to jumpstart many film hobbyists, there are often tools you can find online to get you going. All that said, I’ve found a few websites that will help you on your path to filmmaking.

Joshua Lockhart November 7, 2012
4 Websites To Help You When You Want To Plan A Film Or Video
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