Use iTunes Home Sharing To Stream Music From The Desktop To Your iPhone

If you own an iPhone model with low storage, it's likely you cut corners to manage your space better. You likely have to keep space free for the apps you need and thus have to keep fewer photos and music files on the device. One way to conserve space on a device is to use apps like Spotify to fuel your music needs but if you're mostly working next to or near a desktop, you can use Home Sharing to get music from your PC on your iPhone without needing any extra apps. Here's how.Read More

How To Share A USB Printer Over Your Network In Windows 10

Windows 10 has made both big and small changes to how things are done in the OS. Many features continue to work much the same way they did in older versions of Windows but almost as many things have changed. If you previously used a USB printer, sharing it with everyone over your network was pretty easy. All you had to do was go to the Share tab in the printer's properties and share it with everyone. The share tab is gone in Windows 10 and how you share a USB printer in Windows 10 has changed. Here's how to find the share option for sharing a USB printer over your network in Windows 10.Read More

Muzeit Is A YouTube Music Player For Chrome With Social Discovery Features

YouTube is by far the most popular video sharing service out there, and a huge chunk of users still use it on their desktops. If you spend a lot of time streaming song videos there, then it seems counter-intuitive having to visit the site every time you want to check out which songs are running popular. We've already seen Streamus for Chrome provide a solution in the form of a music player that allows you to browse, discover and play YouTube music videos without actually visiting the site itself. Currently in beta, Muzeit is a similar Chrome extension with a focus on social sharing and discovery. It lets you search for and discover YouTube song videos, import all your YouTube playlists or create new ones, and share your favorite music with other Muzeit users and your friends over at Facebook. Details to follow.Read More

Flint Brings Quick Social Media Sharing & Post Scheduling To Chrome

If you are a social media marketer, the ability to push out your updates to the right audience at the right time keeps you on top of your game. Fortunately, services like Google Alerts and HootSuit are immensely helpful when it comes to monitor your brand's online progress and its viral factor across the internet. You might have also heard of Viralheat, a similar service that aids in managing multiple social networks under one roof to monitor and analyze consumer-created content, feedback and discussions about your product or service by tracking the number of mentions it receives online, in a manner similar to Twitter. In addition, it allows publishing and sharing links, images and other content across multiple social media profiles. If you want to publish your Viralheat posts in the simplest of ways, try Flint by Viralheat. It’s an official Chrome extension from Viralheat that makes it fairly easy for you to publish your posts on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc. in a swift manner.Read More

Evernote Web Clipper For Chrome Gets Revamped UI, New Clipping Options & Sharing

If you’re an avid user of Evernote’s Web Clipper app, today brings some exciting news for you, as the company has unveiled a bunch of handy new features for its Chrome extension. Besides two brand new clipping options called Simplified Article and Bookmark, there’s now a freshly designed UI that feels more intuitive than ever before, and instantly pops up on the right side when you click the extension's button. Appearance aside, Evernote has also now implemented an integrated share function for easily sharing your clips over social media, as well as ability to take screenshots and annotate them right away. Read on for our in-depth review.Read More

Get Samsung Galaxy S4’s Group Play Feature On iPhone With TuneMob

Very few ideas are wholly original. Nine out of ten times, you take someone else’s idea, improve upon it, and add your own special flavor to it to make it an original creation. Even giants like Facebook, Google and Apple, and games like Call of Duty and Angry Birds etc. were inspired by other products. With that in mind, the developers of the app we are covering today – TuneMob – appear to have taken inspiration from Samsung Galaxy S 4’s Group Play feature, and that’s not a bad thing at all. Check it out after the jump. Read More

Pearltrees For Android Offers More Flexible Visual Content Curation Than Its iOS Counterpart

Pearltrees is a fairly popular web service that allows you to organize, discover and collect content. So far, the service has been available as apps for both iPhone and the iPad as well as a fully functional web interface, but had no presence on Google's smartphone OS. That changes now, as the official Pearltrees app for Android has just made its way to Google Play. The app is quite similar to the iOS one but due to the freedom developers enjoy on the Android platform, it gives you far more flexible sharing options compared to the iOS app. Users can add pearls to their trees from just about any app, which means they are not restricted to using the app’s own browser. The discover feature allows users to find new content that matches their interests to add to their trees.Read More

Identify & Scrobble Music The Social Way On Android & iOS With #nwplyng

Although Shazam has gained a host of social features with the passage of time, it is still a far cry from some of the services that are designed exclusively for sharing your taste in music with friends. #nwplyng combines scrobbling and song identification in a really organized manner, but there is more to this app than just that. There are a number of ways you get to share your choices with your friends. You can search for a song on YouTube and post it to your feeds, identify it using your device’s speaker, or simply enjoy the tracks shared by people you follow. #nwplyng is available for both Android and iOS, and works identically on both platforms. Other than a neat commenting system, #nwplyng also offers a collection of badges that can be unlocked by accomplishing different targets related to the app’s usage.Read More

Writeapp Offers Distraction-Free Note Taking With Optional Public Sharing

If you search for a good note taking service, you will find that Evernote is what most people recommend, and perhaps rightly so. Evernote is a very powerful and feature rich - so rich that it can be overwhelming for some due to all its note types, tags and all. Besides, its focus is on taking and saving all sorts of notes, and the rich formats that it supports can become distracting if all you want to do is jot down plain text. For a relatively simpler option, you can go for Keep - a note taking service from Google, or you can take Writeapp for a spin. It's a simple web app for jotting down and saving plain text notes in a distraction-free interface You can sort notes into notebooks and manage them easily. You can also use it to keep a private journal, or selectively make notes public to publish them in what could be considered as a plain-text blog. The note editor is quite simple and supports plain text with no rich formatting options. Each note is saved with a title and can be edited any time.Read More

SoundTracking For Android Gets Widgets, YouTube Integration & More

Almost a year after its debut in Google Play Store, the official Android app of Shazam-style online music recognition and sharing service SoundTracking, has been bumped to version 2.0 with a slew of exciting and sought-after features. For starters, SoundTracking for Android now supports a dedicated home screen widget (and lockscreen widget for Android 4.2 devices), allowing for instant identification and sharing of your favorite music without having to launch the app itself. It also supports integration with YouTube for directly watching music videos of shared tracks from within the app. The brand new Path-style flowout buttons make song recognition, searching and sharing from the app’s main screen a breeze, whereas the real-time search suggestions help you look for the required local and online tracks in virtually no time at all. The app’s built-in music scanner is capable of automatically scanning local tracks stored on your device, and the new tagging feature can be used to tag friends while composing new posts. More details on the update to follow past the break.Read More

Avocado: Sharing Of Photos, Messages & To-Do Lists For Couples [iPhone]

If you have got that one special person in your life with whom you share everything, including a majority of your time, then you are sure to appreciate the iOS app named Avocado. Even if you don’t have a girlfriend/boyfriend or a significant other, the app can come in handy if you want close collaboration with a particular person. Avocado for iPhone allows real-time sharing of photos, task lists and messages between two people. You just have to add something to your Avocado account, and the other person linked to you via the app will automatically be able to view and use the added stuff. Avocado can also prove to be useful if you are not very good at remembering anniversaries as well, as there is a section of the app that displays birthdays and anniversaries related to the person you have chosen to connect with. More after the break.Read More

Official Android App Of Social Video Sharing Service Klip Hits Play Store

Competing with some of the social networking giants, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+, isn’t the easiest of the tasks. In fact, the latest update that the Android variant of Google’s very own social network has received makes it stand head and shoulders above the rest. That said, there are certain names that might be not as big as the aforementioned ones, but they certainly hold their own among the users, courtesy of the quality of service that you get from them. Take Klip – a simple, yet well-crafted social video sharing service that has its fans scattered all across the globe. Given the app’s beautifully laid out, thumbnail-laden interface, it won’t be entirely wrong to cite it as the Pinterest equivalent that is purely dedicated to catering for your shared video clips. Klip has its official iOS client available in the iTunes App Store, and the popularity of the mobile app can be determined from the fact that it has been named as Apple’s “App Of The Week” in no less than 15 countries! Wished you had an Android variant to play with? Your wish is now granted, as the official Klip Video Sharing Android app has just recently hit the Google Play Store.Read More

Sleipnir Linker: Push Content & Associated Actions From Desktop Browser To Android

Fenrir Inc., the team behind the cross-platform Sleipnir Browser for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android, have just launched the latest version of their desktop browser that helps users instantly share content from computers to their mobile devices devices with ease. Regardless of whether or not you’re already a fan of the browser’s slick features, which include automatic grouping of tabs by domain, enhanced support for HTML 5, JavaScript and CSS 3 content, stern integration with a slew of web apps, smart sharing, cloud support et al, you’re going to appreciate its support to allow you to instantly push URLs, addresses and phone numbers etc, to your mobile device, so that you’re never required to re-search for the desired content while on the move. Better yet, you don’t even need to sift through multiple screens, or scour bookmarked content in order to interact with shared content. Instead, all you need to do is push, say, a phone number from the computer, and it will be automatically dialed on your phone. From the smartphone’s perspective, all this is made possible with the help of Sleipnir Linker – an Android and iOS (to be released) app that caches whatever content you share from your computer via Sleipnir Browser, and lets you interact with it accordingly. Read More

Proximity-Based Group Collaboration App Kibits Released For Android

Kibits is a cross-platform group collaboration and socializing app for Android and iOS-powered devices. The app, having made its mark among iOS users, has just hit the Google Play Store. Using Kibits, users can easily and instantly create private conversation groups (called Kibits), and invite their friends or nearby users with whom they can share text messages, photos, videos, music files, URLs, locations, and notes etc over the internet. Whether it’s about indulging in private file-sharing activities with just your family members, or collaborating with your workforce that is scattered in various parts of the world, Kibits has you covered. There is no restriction on the number of different groups that can be created or joined, and for all the activities going on within each individual group, the app keeps you apprised through real-time notifications.Read More

CallApp: Dialer Replacement, Data Sharing & VoIP Calling Android App With Social Media Integration

Quality dialer replacement apps for Android smartphones are hard to find, but in CallApp, you get far more options than you’d have ever imagined to have at your discretion while making and receiving phone calls. First things first; CallApp vows to be a ‘universal social contact book’ for your Android phone. Social, in a sense that it pulls critical and updated information from various renowned online businesses and social networks – Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Google +, and Google Mail – to show all the latest updates regarding your callers. Be it the last interaction that you made with your contact via email, text messages, or on a social network, your CallApp caller ID screen has you covered. In addition, this Holo-themed app helps users easily take notes whilst attending calls, and lets them share reminders, meetings, contacts, location, photos, apps, URLs  and more with other CallApp users over the web for free. That’s not all; CallApp also supports linking your phone contacts’ social accounts with their phone numbers, and allows customizing caller ID screen for each individual contact number stored on your Android device’s address book.Read More

Share Updates With Groups Via Emails & Texts Using Everyme For iPhone

Social networking has become a popular genre of apps in the iOS App Store, and gone are the days when the term was synonymous to Facebook. Today, there are many apps which are focused on connecting people in newer and more intuitive ways. Everyme is a new iPhone app, which blurs the line between group sharing and social networking, as it combines both these aspects in perfect proportions. The whole concept of the app might sound a bit too much like Google+, but overall the app has the potential to prove itself as a refreshing addition to the app collection of your iDevice . Everyme lets its users create any number of Circles (which are groups of contacts), and once you have done that, it is possible to share any sort of content with that group. Read on to know more.Read More

Cymera: Camera Replacement & Photo Editor With Face Detection & Auto-Retouching [Android]

Laced with a variety of photo editing, enhancement and sharing tools, Cymera is the latest and one of the best camera replacement Android apps to hit the Google Play Store yet. Cymera presents you with a plethora of photo shooting modes, camera lens types, and number of post-processing image enhancement and correction tools. Apart from presenting users with a handful of commonly used image editing tools, Cymera lets you embellish your photos with a slew of snazzy stickers, comic masks and fancy frames and vintage-style photo filters. Cymera supports automatic facial recognition (for captured photos), and lets you apply various face effects to retouch portraits. The app also has a neatly designed native image gallery using which you can view a timeline of all your photos, jump directly to the app’s feature-rich image editor, and share the best images across various social media networks including Facebook, Twitter and Weibo. Images can be captured in silent mode (wherein the camera shutter is silenced), and you have the choice of immediately editing a snapped photo or performing post-processing operations in batch.Read More

screenleap: One-Click Screen Sharing Without Any Signup [Web]

A lot of applications and instant messaging software allow you to share your screen with others, but the problem is, not everyone uses the same applications. So, instead of downloading, installing or signing up for new services or softwares, screenleap offers you with one-click, platform/tool-independent screen sharing and hassle-free viewing within the web browser. The service does not require any installation or signup whatsoever, and with it, you can allow as many people as you like to view your computer screen at once.Read More

Find, Create & Share Tutorials For Anything With Snapguide For iPhone

There is the rather popular saying that goes something like, “If it wasn’t awfully difficult, you did it wrong”, but that is not always true. Experts in different fields can help and guide people to make stuff seem easier than you first perceived. That’s why books and the internet is full of how-to guides and tutorials, explaining even the most complicated tasks in an easy to understand fashion. A step-by-step guide is designed to untangle the mysteries of things which ordinary people might find difficult otherwise. If you want to find a guide on any subject, you will most likely have to scour the web for a considerable amount of time before you find something useful; well, not any more ,if you are an iOS user. The newly released Snapguide app for iPhone lets users share how-to tutorials on any subject in the world, and has a really thorough database of tutorials which is increasing all the time.Read More

Symform: Shared Cloud Backup Solution With 200 GB Free Storage Space

Cloud storage services are nothing new to the world of technology anymore, and every other day, we see a new entrant in this rather populated market. With so much on offer, it becomes hard to decide which of the many offerings is something new, and not just a replica of something already popular (they’re more than a lot out there). With that in mind, we found Symform to be something different from the lot – not just in what if offers, but also by how it works. Symform is a cloud-based data backup and storage solution that offers up to 200GB of free space for all your precious data, complete with a Windows client that is essential to use the service effectively. Read past the break to find out more.Read More