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- How To Maximise Your Free Storage Space On Every Cloud Service
- Note-Taking Styles Compared: Evernote Vs Plain Text Vs Pen And Paper
- Why I Ditched Photo Management Apps And Use Dropbox Instead
- Not Just Another Notes App: Why You Should Use Google Keep
- How To Ditch iTunes Forever And Keep Syncing Your iOS Devices
- How To Set Up Your Own Private Cloud Storage Service With OwnCloud
Everyday occurrences such as watching TV with family and friends become exponentially difficult when you’re physically far away. Gaze allows you to virtually watch videos at the same time with other people and communicate through webcam.
Windows: Dropbox is an amazing utility, but one of the occasionally frustrating limitations is that you can only sync folders within Dropbox itself. Boxifier allows you to sync folders outside of your primary Dropbox structure.
Pushbullet can’t seem to stop rolling out useful updates. Users can now reply to SMS messages from the desktop, regardless of what app you use for texting.
Windows/Android/iOS: To seamlessly switch gadgets, you need the files you were last working on to be available on the new device. Filelize makes this easy by automatically backing up any file you open to your Dropbox, Google Drive, Box or SkyDrive.
Bittorrent Sync may not be the perfect Dropbox replacement, but today it gets a lot better. In addition to a new interface, users can now share quick links to your folders with anyone.
Android/Windows: Pushbullet is easily one of our favourite cross-platform syncing tools, and today it gets a little better. Now the service includes universal copy and paste (if you use Android and Windows, of course).
Dear Lifehacker, I’m generally pretty organised (full time work and study makes it a necessity) but this is being hampered by the fact that I can’t get my calendar(s) straight. I create an event on my phone that doesn’t come through on my Mac, my events at work only appear sometimes, and my classes all seem to appear twice! I keep tinkering but I can’t seem to get the various applications (iCal, Google and Outlook, plus feeds for university stuff, FB events, Meetup events and holidays) to play nice with each other. Any advice on making on making it work?
iPhone: You have a lot of options for different podcast apps on the iPhone, and many of them are very good. Overcast is a new podcast app that comes to us from Instapaper developer Marco Arment.
Chrome: Right now, Evernote is probably the best way to clip and save items on the web. But if you want something simple that works with your Google account, then Piconka is worth a look.
Windows: If you want a simple note-taking app for Windows, you have plenty of options. But if you’ve used Notational Velocity on the Mac and miss its shortcuts and minimal design, Notation is here to help. It’s fast, free, feature-packed and syncs via SimpleNote.