Don't-Miss App Stories
If you want to get adventurous, you can put DuckDuckGo, Bing, or another browser one swipe away on your Android home screen.
Upload digital books you've purchased elsewhere to have 'em available wherever you go.
It does way more than just note taking, if you learn some of the hidden features and tricks on Android and Chrome.
Is an app on the fritz? Fixing the problem may be only a few taps away.
If you don't mind giving even more data to Google, it can help you find what to watch on broadcast TV and via streaming services.
Just because they're your friends doesn't mean they won't totally troll your Facebook if given the chance.
Tuck your phone away and use your cool new watch to shuffle through a playlist.
Dragging your finger up from the bottom of the screen can do more than launch Google Now, if you find the right apps
Google's letting you run four official Android apps on your Chromebook. This hack lets you run ANY Android app on your Chromebook.
Become a Chrome power user by speeding up and customizing Google's browser.
The latest Office for iPad update gives you PDF export—but only as an email attachment. Get around this frustrating limitation by using IFTTT to store those PDFs to the cloud with just a few taps.
Pushbullet is great for quick and dirty file swapping between your Windows PC and Android, even if it doesn't give you full access to the file system like AirDroid does. You can even get notifications from your Android device in Windows, too.