More Numbers You Should Add To Your Emergency Contacts Group

By now you hopefully have at least one contact in your phone’s address book labelled as ICE (in case of emergency). In addition to this person, you might want to create an ICE group for quick access to all sorts of support you might need.


Any.do Adds Improved Navigation, Collaborative Lists

Android/iOS/Chrome/Mac/Web: It’s hard to pick a single to-do list manager we like, but Any.do has a lot to love. The service has updated all of its apps across all platforms with a slick new interface, collaborative lists, and tablet support.


Flashlight, The App That Powers Up Spotlight, Is Out Of Beta

Mac: We loved Flashlight when it first launched as an experiment and today it’s officially out of beta. That means it’s a little more stable and faster, and has a bunch of new plugins.


Use A Layered Reading Approach To Get Through Your Backlog Of Books

So many books, so little time. If you have trouble finishing books you’ve started or you just want to get through books faster , consider this “layered reading” technique.


Briefly: Game Of Thrones Deaths, Cheap Mortal Kombat X, 20% Off Gift Cards At Auspost

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Murder suspect caught after logging into victim’s PlayStation account, get 20 per cent off gift cards at Australia Post, which characters will die in Game Of Thrones Season 5?


Last Week's 10 Biggest Posts

You wanted . Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:


Build Your Own Apple II Lookalike Watch

Building your own watch is no simple task. If you don’t mind putting in some work and happen to have a love for the design of the old Apple II, Instructables user Aleator777 shows you how to build your own watch inspired by the classic design.


Video Briefly: Mad Max Clip, Bieber Roast, Walking Dead Teaser

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Watch the new trailers for Mad Max: Fury Road and Walking Dead, Bieber celebrity roast, virtual reality porn gets real.


Google Calendar Brings Back, Improves Month View On Mobile

Android: For reasons unknown, Google removed the full Month view from Calendar on Android, opting instead for the condensed version seen above on the right. While Month view has always been clumsy, the new solution wasn’t much better. Now the old one’s back and Google has even improved it a bit.


Briefly: Best Smartphone Keyboards, Tesla Model S 70D, Teens Vs '90s Music

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: 12 smartphone keyboards that are trying to reinvent mobile typing, Tesla unveils new dual-motor electric car, teens listen to early 1990-era music for the first time.