Justin Dennis

Joined June 2013

Justin is a blogger, college student, tech nerd, soccer lover, and indie author of several young adult fantasy novels. Connect with him on his jdennis@makeuseof.com

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Chrome Remote Desktop For Android Launches, iOS Version Coming Later This Year

24 hours ago

Chrome Remote Desktop for Android is now available on the Play Store, allowing anyone with an Android device to connect to and control their desktop via the Chrome Web app in the Chrome browser.

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Help To Combat Cancer With These Smartphone & Browser Apps

4 days ago

Most of us probably aren’t going to cure cancer anytime soon, but we can still help fight it.

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Listen To Audiobooks On Your Windows 8 Device With Audible

5 days ago

Audiobooks are the most underrated form of literature out there! Audible’s Windows 8 app and the Audible Cloud Player make them more accessible and fun to listen to than ever before. You’ll love it.

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Android Gets A Security Update To Better Sniff Out Malicious Apps

7 days ago

Rolling out to all phones and tablets running Android 2.3+ is an update to the Verify Apps feature that will now continuously check apps for malicious activity, keeping your Android device even safer.

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Text Better With These Alternative SMS Apps For Android

2 weeks ago

Don’t like your default SMS app? Try a new one!

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Legal Anime Exists: 4 Websites Where You Can Watch Anime For Free (Or Cheap)

2 weeks ago

Looking to watch more anime, but not sure where to find it online? Look no further. These four websites make anime more accessible to the general public than ever before.

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Microsoft Announces Windows 8.1 Update And Cortana Personal Assistant

4th April, 2014

Windows Phone 8.1 gets a new personal assistant named after the Halo franchise’s Cortana and a Windows 8.1 Update with a lot of minor changes to improve the experience for mouse and keyboard users.

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Hoverchat Brings Facebook Messenger’s Chat Heads To SMS

1st April, 2014

If you text a lot, you know the annoyances of leaving the app you’re in every time you receive a text, but with HoverChat, you never have to leave your current app.

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Still Watching Flash Video On Android? You’ll Want One Of These Browsers

31st March, 2014

Every once in a while you’re going to run into a website that requires flash. Don’t be caught unprepared – have these two Android browsers installed.

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Quora Announces Verified Profiles For Select Users

26th March, 2014

Quora has just launched a feature allowing high profile individuals to have a blue “verified” checkmark next to their name. The first person to get it is Barack Obama, the US president.

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Asphalt 8: Airborne, The Best Free-To-Play Racing Game For Windows 8

25th March, 2014

With free-to-play games becoming more and more common these days, Gameloft has stepped into the ring by making their newest edition of Asphalt completely free, and it’s still a great game.

Milk Music vs Pandora

Samsung Milk Music Vs. Pandora: Who’s The Internet Radio Champion?

24th March, 2014

Milk Music offers a completely free and ad-free music experience without making you get a user account. But is that all it takes to become king of the streaming services?

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LINE Call For Android Launches In 8 Countries With Cheap International Calls

19th March, 2014

LINE Call allows users to make calls to non-Line numbers in eight different countries. Currently, the service is only available on Android, but they have said that an iPhone version should be coming soon.

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Heads Up Charades! The Mobile Game You Hold On Your Forehead

18th March, 2014

Most modern games involve a single person using a single phone, staring down at their screen and blocking out everyone around them, but not this one.

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Dumb Ways To Die For Android: Mini Games To Keep You Alive On The Metro

17th March, 2014

Have you ever found a game you just loved, and later found out that it actually began as a Public Service Announcement? Well, me neither… until I found this one.