After axing Reader a few days back, Google unveiled Google Keep. Integrated with Google Drive, Google Keep aims to help you keep track of your notes. The interface is very basic on the browser and straightforward on your phone.
Ever since I bought a Kindle around a year back, I’ve rediscovered my love for books. The various apps available for desktop and mobile make reading a breeze. However, I am yet to use the Kindle to browser websites, because the browser is just not built for this.
Today in the world of competition, it’s very difficult to beat someone without using resources like money, man power and skills. The field of blogging is also just like practical world where everyone want to be on top of the list and want to earn more than others. The methodology of competition goes on and with the passage of time you’ll see an increase in competitors and ratio of increasing competition is higher than decreasing.
Cloud computing is gradually becoming the most favorite child of CIOs and IT pros and as it is graduating from testing level to commercial uses many prefer to have a virtualized environment in the organizations. In a survey conducted by TechTarget during the 3rd quarter of the last year on increasing cloud interest, 61% of the respondents have agreed that they use cloud computing of some forms or the other in their organizations. The demand for all three IaaS, SaaS and PaaS cloud services are on a rise.
By now, most of the web is abuzz with news of Google axing its Google Reader, which is a platform that most bloggers, including me, identify with. I’ve lived with Google Reader open while I worked for several years, either via FeedDemon and also directly. With the demise of Google Reader, Nick has also decided to kill FeedDemon, most of you might already be hunting for alternatives.
Is your online business with a great website designing sucks? Well, it happens to most ecommerce owners in fact. If you really do have a beautifully designed website and high-quality products, and still the business sucks, then obviously you are missing some tricks to convert the leads to sales.
We highlighted a powerful mobile app that allows you to convert to and from PDF files yesterday. However, if you’re sitting on a desktop you might want the flexibility to easily convert and share files. This is where the revamped Cometdocs comes into the picture.
Able2Extract Mobile for smartphones and tablets is a free, lightweight and easy to use app for creating and converting PDF documents. Available on Android and iOS, users can create PDF from MS Office documents and convert PDF to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more. All you need to do is locate any file on your Android or iOS device and select to open it using Able2Extract PDF Converter.
When I checked out avast! Mobile Security, I was impressed by what the free mobile app had to offer and wrote to Rohit of Blogsolute to write a guest post on Blogsolute. Rohit was kind enough to oblige and you can read the article that was posted early this week.
In the past taking a screenshot from your Android device was a painful experience requiring you to root your device. Even today, many of the screenshot apps available on Google Play require root access. However, if you’re running Android Jelly Bean then you don’t need any special apps to take screenshots, since the OS comes inbuilt with support for them!
If you have the Google Search app on your Android lets you quickly view the current weather of the location that you’re in, but anything more than that is just a painful experience! I’ve been searching for a decent weather app and came across 1Weather which is simply a cool app if you’re interested in monitoring the weather around you or any other city in the world. 1Weather gives you real-time weather information and forecasts plus weather related tweets from your area that tell you what real people are saying about current weather conditions.
Opera announced today that they have crossed the 300m users mark. The browser has seen an increasing adoption amongst users across all its platforms. I’ve been using Opera for several years now at a time when it was ad-supported.