Google now is one of the best features of Android. It gives the most relevant information, when you need it. But there is more, so many commands we don’t use and probably know to get the most out of Google now. That’s why the following infographics with Google Now Voice Commands will work like a […]
Well, the news of the day is that Microsoft now finally support IMAP. What that means for you is that now you can get your Outlook.com emails in any email platform that support IMAP. (Which almost all of them do). Here are the proper settings you would need for that to work on your Android […]
If you have an android phone, rejoice. Because the following video on YouTube shows you what Google Now on your phone can do for you and more you can try… Remember, it doesn’t belittle Siri or anything to show off its capabilities. 😉 Let’s see what the new iPhone is bringing. Enjoy!
Popular photo sharing app Instagram (acquired by Facebook) just launched video functionality to compete with Twitter’s Vine. Instagram allows a 15 seconds clip against 6 seconds on Vine. Instagram does offer some decent add-ons like video filters, cover frame and the ability to share the clip on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr and email. However it […]
Most of the drivers on busy streets love Waze – a Google Maps alternative to navigation with a social twist and an enthusiast crowd. Why people love Waze? In short, we all love Waze, sometimes even over Google Maps, is because of its real-time traffic coverage, constant alerts on road hazards and accidents, effective re-routing […]
Online meeting services like GoToMeeting, WebEx and others are in abundance. But they all charge you some good amount of money. $500 to $1200 depending on the package you choose but it still comes with limitations. Small teams and individuals don’t have this much money to spend on these kind of services. By being ad-supported, […]