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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…

35 Most Wanted Google Drive Tips

June 24th, 2015 - Filed under Web Apps

Google Drive is a collection of amazing editing tools provided by Google which serves as a free replacement to office softwares and more oriented towards collaborative editing in a cloud based workspace. As more and more students and professionals are switching to Google Drive, we have assimilated a list of 35 awesome tips everyone must know for a better Google Drive experience.


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Top 20 Online Tools to Manage Your Virtual Teams

May 16th, 2015 - Filed under Web Apps

Managing virtual teams and making sure they are productive can be challenging at times. Using the right set of tools helps simplifying the process and amplifying the results. Here is a list of some very useful tools:


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20 Useful Tips on Managing PDF Files with Much Expertise

April 14th, 2015 - Filed under Software

PDF files are one type of mostly used files in our daily lives. They don’t only offer better readability across different platforms at ease but also offers basic features like export, import, viewing, annotating texts, sharing them over different media and taking printouts etc. However, there are plenty more tips and tricks that you should be knowing in order to use PDF files since they are very compact, and this format makes files more accessible over different platforms. Not just the PDF readers or makers on Windows platform, but also the iOS based PDF apps are much used. Even Google Drive allows the users to perform a handful of operations using the Drive.


We have gathered 20 of these tips for your convenient usage of PDF files. Read more…

20 Most Useful PDF Tips & Tools to Make Your Work Easy

April 9th, 2015 - Filed under Software

What if you worked hard on a document and suddenly next day you miss that file or it lost or got deleted? You will definitely get perturbed. To rectify this problem, now online techs have created many incredible sources that allow you to manage and save your file with name in folders. Moreover, it is right to use whenever you need them.


What is PDF File?

PDF is a worldwide pattern to present much information to any application or system anywhere it is required. Dynamic features and full security; Because of these positive points this pattern is highly used by tycoons and companies. Read more…

The Google SuperDrive (And Some Alternatives to Google Docs)

January 2nd, 2014 - Filed under Web Apps

All Hail Lord Google

Google Drive is a standard document creating platform for many individuals, startups, small and medium companies – it’s free, pretty easy to use and reliable. I use it every day – even with all the limitations of the various document processing and editing tools that come with it.


It’s time to move document creation and editing to the cloud once and for all. With online and offline options for most cloud solution companies, the only area you will need to worry about is the organization of your files. 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…