Mihir Patkar is a freelance writer on technology and life hacks, who firmly believes chocolate is the answer to any question. You can usually find him saying other such silly things on Twitter.
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Storage provider Dropbox is the preferred cloud solution for many of us. The deal just got sweeter with the new Dropbox Pro plan, which gives 1TB of storage space and adds security features.
YouTube is fantastic to listen to music quickly and for free. But what if I told you there are browser extensions and websites that make the YouTube music listening experience even better?
Want a better way to handle notifications on your Android device? Echo works as a lockscreen replacement and can group your notifications into categories and mute them based on time or your location.
Don’t let your lack of mental math skills embarrass you when the bill hits the table — whip out your smartphone and fire up one of these great apps.
The Internet is arguably the best news morgue on the planet right now. And apart from that great collection of old articles, thousands of new ones are added every day. Find the good ones.
Apple has a reputation for closely guarding its secrets and plans, but that doesn’t stop journalists and rumour-mongers trying to reveal all.
Here’s the situation: Your phone is in the room, but you don’t know where. These two apps let you yell or whistle to get your phone back.
It’s surprising that despite there being so many great Android apps out there, there has not been a decent Wikipedia app so far. Well, all that changes with the new Wikipedia Beta!
Skype has a new version for the iPhone, redesigned from the ground up and packed with features. Skype 5.0 for iPhone looks and feels like the Android and Windows Phone apps, yet customized to fit iOS.
SwiftKey Keyboard, one of the best Android apps, has some good news for fans today. With the launch of version 5 of the predictive text keyboard, the app has gone free!
Just like you enjoy that animated movie as much as the kids it was made for, the world of video games has some great titles that appeal across ages.
TimePIN changes the game with a PIN that is always updating, and has a few tricks up its sleeve to make it more secure.
Links are everywhere. Now you don’t have to move away from the page to read those, thanks to two cool extensions for Google Chrome.
Meet Raindrop.io, a new service that takes your bookmarks into the cloud and makes them beautiful as well as easy to search.
Both these games serve two different reasons to play: the quick pick-up-and-play when you need a break, and the brain challenge when you have some dedicated time to do your best.