Don't-Miss App Stories
Want to create a multi-paragraph rant on Twitter, but find the service's native apps too limiting? Try these web apps instead.
Mozilla is playing the part of Trojan horse to get people to try out Firefox OS.
If editing or even creating a Google Docs file on a five-inch touchscreen sounds nuts to you, listen up: it's totally doable, once you've mastered a few tricks.
Take advantage of handwriting, scanning, and OCR features to make your favorite tablet an indispensable office tool.
Hangouts can be your all-in-one messaging app, though the integration with texts, Google Voice, and Hangouts can be a little tricky.
Make sure your Android device and Google account can be accessed by a loved one without any compromises to your security.
Want to strap your smartphone to your face? It's cheap and relatively easy.
Securely store your passwords with Google and forget about the need to pay for a password manager.
If you would rather keep tabs together instead of seeing them broken out as separate apps, then here's what you need to do.
Windows 8 won't let you install the apps found in the Windows Store to external storage--but you can force the matter.
If you like watching YouTube on your PC, but wish you had a more TV-like experience this tip is for you.
Check out these well-reviewed apps, plus our tips for shopping smart in the Office App Store.
By flipping this feature on you can browse faster and save on your wireless data plan.
Try these timesavers: Evernote Clearly, Penultimate, Eidetic, EasilyDo, and Sight.
Paying with your phone with apps like Google Wallet is becoming more commonplace, so make sure your device has the right switches flipped on.