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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…

Top 15 Fastest and Safest Web Browsers for Smartphone

March 23rd, 2016 - Filed under Mobile Apps

Roughly 1/3rd of the world population uses smartphones these days. The extremely versatile nature of the smartphones has made it the go to option for more than just calling and texting. Increasingly, people prefer the mobile versions of once discrete devices like cameras, calculators, flashlights, you name it.


Web browsing is one other thing that has seen a major shift in trend; from desktop browsing, a large majority of the Internet users has migrated to mobile web browsing. With country wide internet coverage (3G and 4G technology and in some cases even free Wi-Fi) available in most of the developed and even developing nations, more and more people are experiencing the internet surfing through their handheld devices. Read more…

15 Ways Google Collects Your Private Info and Data

November 14th, 2015 - Filed under Search Engines

Google and “privacy” are two words that have never gotten along well. The industry leader has often been accused of going too far in their data collection on users. There is very little that the company cannot know, and this should alarm you. They act benevolent now and promise to never share data maliciously, but promises can be broken and power structures changed. Chances are that when Google gets a new CEO, they will still have your data, and they will still be able to damage you with it.


Here are 15 methods that Google can and will use to collect your personal information: Read more…

20 Cool Tips to Speed up Google Chrome

October 23rd, 2015 - Filed under Web Browsers

Amongst the war of the internet browsers, the only survivor that has come a long way and is the undisputed king of web browsing is none other than the baby of Google, called Google Chrome. Chrome started to represent its case as the most efficient internet browsing software somewhere around 2009-2010 where Internet Explorer along with the likes of Mozilla was still going strong. Eventually Mozilla Firefox created its own niche market and the rising superstar then kicked out Internet Explorer for good.


Now the maximum value that the Internet Explorer has in an average computer user’s life is its icon present on the desktop by default. This is the irony, but also a reality which clearly shows the importance of keeping up with the changing trends in technology and giving into the demands of the consumers and there is no one other than Google who could be better at this when it comes to technology. Therefore, all the talk of the town when it comes to internet browsing only belongs to Google and Google Chrome. Read more…

20 Tips: How to Browse the Web Privately and Anonymously

July 3rd, 2015 - Filed under Web Browsers

When we talk about the Internet technology, we must not forget to mention the kinds of crucial disadvantages that are present with its use. Even though the numbers of advantages like, instant connectivity, where users can connect with each other and globally on the go, round the clock are unforgettable. The Internet technology sometimes can become a big hassle in your everyday routine. This does not mean that we aim to not rationalize how important the Internet is in today’s day and age, but we are trying to offer a different perspective to it. Just like any other technology in the world, which comes with its pros and cons, the Internet world is no different. When a user is online, he might be enjoying some of the undeniable opportunities and possibilities, but he is also putting himself at a lot of risks on different levels and points.


Just for the brief discussion, let’s focus on those risks and points that an average Internet user can put himself at while sitting online. The number one risk is access to illegal or banned content. Since the Internet is largely used unsupervised, one can have access to almost everything, this is why it is so important for parents to understand this phenomenon and impose parental controls when their children are using the Internet. Read more…

25 Most Wanted Tips for Private Browsing

June 26th, 2015 - Filed under Web Browsers

You want to surf through the net but do not want to leave any traces behind regarding what you searched for? Then here are some tips which you can follow:


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30 Chrome Extensions for Displaying Amazing New Tabs

June 21st, 2015 - Filed under Web Browsers

You may not have given much thought to your Chrome browser‘s new tab page. It’s just where you type in the URL to the next page you want to go, right? Wrong. With these 30 (yes, 30!) Chrome extensions, you’ll have a chance to personalize your new tab page to fit your needs exactly.


The extensions fell into two categories: those that primarily served to help you be productive, stay on task, or find information more easily, and those that serve as a make-over to brighten your day and make your Chrome experience a little more beautiful. However, just because an extension’s main use is improving your productivity, it doesn’t mean it isn’t nice to look at! Many of the productivity extensions also feature attractive designs and/or great art and photography. Read more…

5 Tips for Taking Your Company Website Mobile and Creating Apps

November 25th, 2014 - Filed under Web Development

These days, simply having a website isn’t enough. With the growing popularity of mobile web browsing, your site has to work on a wide range of devices. But doing mobile the wrong way can actually frustrate visitors even more than a regular site and drive traffic (and sales) away.


Many companies enjoy the success of mobile apps and sites when they allow customers to make purchases directly from their phone or mobile device. If you also want to enjoy this success, you must ensure that you avoid the common mistakes that companies often make when first going mobile. Read on for a few tips that will help make your site mobile-friendly, and bring your business to a broader audience. Read more…

7 Ad Blocking Apps & Browser Extensions to Remove Ads

October 28th, 2014 - Filed under Mobile Apps

It’s not only your headache, everyone wants to remove those annoying ads from Facebook, YouTube, websites as well as apps on mobile devices.

Most of the free web services and mobile apps generate revenue through online ads. While some of them display moderate amount of ads, the others avidly show excessive ads that fill up the entire screen while using the online service or app.


One of the best ways to get rid of these distracting ads is to install an ad blocker service to stop the ads from showing up on the screen of your computer or mobile devices. Read more…

9 Best Tools to Test Websites in Any Browser Sizes and Screen Resolutions

October 7th, 2012 - Filed under Web Browsers

Unlike the standard computers we used in the good old days, now we have many types of devices such as laptops, tablets, netbooks, and smartphones which can be used to access Internet. Each device will have its own screen size, resolution and this makes the web design process more difficult than before. Web developers and designers have to make sure their websites or online applications compatible with most of the possible screen resolutions.


It’s unlikely to test designs in all of the Internet-capable devices, but what developers can do is to resize the browser dimension as per the screen size of a particular device. To make the job easier, here we’ve gathered some excellent online tools, Firefox addons and Google Chrome extensions that enable users to test websites and web application in different screen sizes and resolutions. We hope you’ll find these tools useful. Read more…

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