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Top 15 Chrome Extension and Apps to Work Offline

August 4th, 2016 - Filed under Web Browsers

It’s a matter of fact that presently, a big part of our life runs around the browser, prominently chrome. We use Google Drive, Gmail, Wunderlist and a handful of so many other services straight from Chrome OS or Chrome.


As I said above, Google Chrome has a plenty of apps that you can use undeviatingly from the browser, but sadly, most of them need an internet connection. So we’ve explored the web to find the best Chrome apps that work offline, so you don’t have to bother about being connected to the internet to use them. Read more…

5 Technology Hoaxes & Fake Ads that Successfully Fooled the World

October 8th, 2014 - Filed under Humor

The first rule of using Internet is ‘don’t believe everything you read on Internet’. This is especially true when you stumble upon some odd news on Facebook, Twitter and other social media. These days, more and more people are getting news through their social networks and blogs. But it’s always good to verify the authenticity of the content and consider the source before sharing any news with your friends.


In today’s post, we would like to share with you some famous fake technology stories that have gone viral on the web in the form of online news and ads. These hoaxes are intentionally crafted by some notorious pranksters, making it looked so real and difficult to tell truth from fiction. We hope you’re not a victim of these pranks. Read more…

How to Share File / Attachment between Gmail and Google Drive

February 26th, 2013 - Filed under Email

Google Drive has been integrated into Gmail and this gives you the convenience of sending files stored in the cloud straight to your email, without leaving Gmail page. It’s especially useful for sending large files up to 10GB.


Due to the fact that you’re sending file stored in the Google Drive, it allows your recipients access to the most updated version of it. Also, Gmail will check and make sure all your recipients have access to the file you’re sending. If it detects the file isn’t shared with all recipients, you will be prompted with a warning message together with the option to change the file sharing settings. Also, it works well with drive links pasted straight into emails. Read more…

15 Keyboard Shortcuts for Better Gmail Experience

June 20th, 2012 - Filed under Email

Do you know that Gmail offers a series of keyboard shortcuts to streamline your email activities? Yes, instead of using your mouse to perform various email actions, you can actually use easy keyboard tricks to increase productivity. In today’s post, we’ve gathered 15 really useful Gmail keyboard shortcuts to enhance your Gmail experience. Before you can use these shortcuts, make sure you’ve enabled the feature by clicking the gear icon > Settings > General > Keyboard shortcuts: Keyboard shortcuts on > Save changes. You can also click this link to enable shortcuts feature automatically.


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How to Protect Your Gmail Security (10 Best Tips)

June 13th, 2012 - Filed under Email

As of January 2012, Gmail has 350 million active users worldwide. Due to its popularity, the Google email service has become the target of hackers, phishers and scammers from all over the web. No doubt Gmail has sophisticated security system, but it can never be perfect and 100% invulnerable. As a regular Gmail user, we should do our best to keep our emails, contacts and sensitive information safe. Below we have 10 useful tips which you can use to further strengthen your Gmail security from any possible cyber threats.


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How to Backup and Export Email Contacts from Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Windows Live Hotmail

March 11th, 2012 - Filed under Email

If you are planning to move to a new email account, the first thing you should do is backup and export all your existing contacts. Regardless you are using Gmail, Yahoo! Mail or Windows Live Hotmail, all these email services do allow you to export contacts and save it in various formats. In today article, we’ll show you how to make a contacts backup of your Gmail, Yahoo! Mail and Windows Live Hotmail.


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44 Best Gmail Add-ons, Extensions, Web Tools, Notifiers and Scripts

February 16th, 2012 - Filed under Email

Google Mail, Gmail is one of the most popular email services on the web. It comes with many awesome features that can meet most of your email needs, but it doesn’t mean you cannot ask for more. Due to the popularity of Gmail, many online tools and addons are created to further enhance the Gmail functionality and bring your emailing experience to the next level. Here’s our best collection of 44 Gmail tools and resources including Firefox addons, Chrome extensions, web tools, notifiers and scripts. Try them out now and let us know which one is your favorite!


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How to Send Free SMS Text Messages from Google Gmail Chat

February 12th, 2012 - Filed under Email

Great news for all Gmail users! Did you know that Gmail’s SMS in Chat allows you to easily send SMS text messages to any cellphones for free? Yes, it’s true and guarantee works!


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How To: 6 Best Ways and Tools to Backup Gmail Emails

February 2nd, 2012 - Filed under Email

Is that necessary to backup Gmail messages? Using a service like Gmail means you don’t have a local backup of your email messages like you would if you were using Microsoft Outlook or other desktop clients. It means if there’s any glitch on Google, you could lose everything in your Gmail account. Although Google Gmail is undoubtedly one of the best web-based email services around, it is certainly not infallible!


It would be wise and prudent to have your Gmail backed up just in case your contacts and messages go amiss. Following are some of the best ways and tools to backup your Gmail account, you can choose whichever suits your needs. Read more…

How to Play Snake with Gmail Old Snakey

July 23rd, 2011 - Filed under Gaming

Do you still remember that addictive and time-consuming game called Snake? A game that we used to spent many hours playing on our cellphone and computer back in the good old days. If you are old school video game nerd who wants to play this game again, then you are at the right place! Let us tell you a secret that you can actually play Snake on your Gmail. Yes, you heard it right, Snake on Gmail! Does it sound awesome? Simply follow the steps below to enable this feature on your Gmail so that you can play it especially when you’re bored with checking your mail.


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How to Set up Gmail Automatic Vacation Response

June 4th, 2011 - Filed under Email

If you are going on vacation and there is no access to the Internet, you can actually set up a vacation response in your Gmail settings that will automatically reply to anyone who emails you. Well, you might think that it sounds troublesome and most of the time it can be neglected. In fact, it’s important to inform people about your absence so that they do not get nervous and frustrated as their messages are not answered. So next time remember to get your vacation responder set up before you go on vacation or out of office. It’s so easy. Here’s the simple tutorial.


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Awesome Gmail Tips and Tricks You Should Not Miss

May 11th, 2011 - Filed under Email

Gmail is a free and powerful webmail service provided by Google. It has changed the way we manage our emails. If you are using Gmail on a regular basis, then you should learn some useful tips and tricks to save time, increase your productivity, and manage your email efficiently. In this article, we will review some of the interesting Gmail features that you should not miss.


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How to Prevent Someone Else from Accessing Your Facebook and Gmail Accounts Using iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad

April 11th, 2011 - Filed under Mobile

Didn’t sign out your Gmail account at the office? Or you want to track unauthorized access to your Facebook account. With the Sign Me Out app installed on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, it gives you control of your Gmail and Facebook accounts by letting you know if someone else is accessing your account or you’ve left your account open anywhere and letting you close all open sessions.


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Introducing Gmail Motion: Google’s April Fools Prank for 2011

April 3rd, 2011 - Filed under Humor

Google has recently introduced a new Gmail feature called Gmail Motion. Basically this awesome feature allows users to control Gmail with the motion of human body without the aid of a keyboard or mouse. Oops. It’s just a Google’s April Fools joke! If you’ve missed it, check out the video below and have some laughs.


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How to Use Gmail Priority Inbox to Automatically Sort Important Emails

March 10th, 2011 - Filed under Email

Do you feel overwhelmed of receiving too many emails that are often not important – bologna or bacn? It’s time consuming to figure out which emails need to be read and which emails need a reply. With Gmail’s feature – Priority Inbox, it helps you to identify your important emails and separate them out from everything else, so you can focus on what really matters.


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