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Android productivity apps – must have

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Many of us, myself included, chose to get a smartphone not because we like seeing caller ID replaced with photos and messages with bubbles, but to use our phones as devices that help us be punctual, productive and organized. The smartphone has become a device that encompasses all your daily needs starting from to-do lists to meals, schedules, notes, books, ...

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Google Drive update brings Material Design and Open With function

Google Drive update brings Material Design and Open With function

OneDrive is one of my favorite cloud storage platforms because it offers Microsoft Office integration. While that feature mostly caters to business people, students and journalists, it does add a plus to the service. Google Drive on the other hand, is the most popular cloud storage service at the moment, aside from iCloud. iCloud isn’t popular because of its excellent ...

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Free cloud services top 5 – safely store files

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Cloud services are on the rise and many people are starting to gravitate towards cloud storage because it removes the limitations of device-based storage. With cloud storage, you can access your files from anywhere, as long as you remember your credentials and password. We also advise two-step authentication on cloud storage services, so that you don’t end up like Jennifer ...

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Android L will encrypt your data by default

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There has been a lot of outrage at the fact that government agencies are starting to get greedy with their data requests from online companies like Google and Yahoo. Google seems to have understood that users will be unsatisfied if the company hands over their data to government agencies and has confirmed that Android L will come with encryption of ...

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Android productivity apps – must have

android-top-10-productivity-apps

Many of us, myself included, chose to get a smartphone not because we like seeing caller ID replaced with photos and messages with bubbles, but to use our phones as devices that help us be punctual, productive and organized. The smartphone has become a device that encompasses all your daily needs starting from to-do lists to meals, schedules, notes, books, ...

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