Where's Office for the iPad? Maybe you're looking in the wrong place. Today, Microsoft released its latest batch of Office Web App updates, pushing its free offering well past the feature set offered by its rivals.
Chrome: Before Dropbox and Google Drive came around, we all used our Gmail accounts to store files, but it was never very easy to access them in bulk or send them to other services. MetisMe fixes that.
We reviewed Songdrop as a great way to gather all the songs you listen to online. The web service is like your online music folder that allows you to save music from online streaming services. Whyd is a similar service with a much simpler interface.
We're all seriously bummed about Google Reader shutting down, but it's not the end of the world, and there are a number of great news reading apps and services out there stepping up to replace it with syncing features and easy import tools to keep...
Flickr Photo Books is a new service from Flickr that gives you an easy way to turn your best photos into a glossy photo book. A Flickr Photo Book can be generated in minutes with a single click on the photos you want to assimilate into the book.
Yahoo's rollout of new products and redesigns continues today, with the release of an updated My Yahoo homepage featuring the same, more modern look-and-feel which accompanies all its online and mobile properties as a part of the company's "Grand...
Bored of how the Twitter website looks? Want to get rid of all the clutter on Facebook or YouTube? Is there a more beautiful way to browse Reddit? And can the already minimal Instagram look any prettier?
Web/iOS: We've talked about services that help you relax or help you be more productive with the sounds of falling rain, coffee shop buzz, or multiple soundscapes that you can choose, but if singing birds helps you focus (like it does for me),...
Chrome: Let's face it, most of us keep a ton of browser tabs open at once. It's even more common if you're researching something and you suddenly find yourself with 30 open tabs and no idea what to do with them.
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