Last Week’s Top Ten Posts

You wanted unlimited broadband, more space in Dropbox, better public transport to airports and much more besides. Kick off your Monday by checking out the ten most popular posts from Lifehacker Australia last week:

  1. Planhacker: Unlimited Broadband Deals April 2011
    “Unlimited” broadband deals are becoming rarer and rarer in Australia, but a number of providers continue to offer no-limits, no-shaping services. Here’s your comprehensive guide to what’s on offer in unlimited broadband deals right now — and which services you should avoid.
  2. The Cheapskate’s Guide To Getting Free Dropbox Space
    Dropbox is one of the best file synchronisation tools around, but you start out with only 2GB of space, which isn’t always enough to sync music or collaborate with your co-workers. Here’s how to increase your storage without paying anything.
  3. Top 10 Photography Hacks
    Your digital camera, whether built in to your mobile phone or a hefty DSLR, is an incredible creative tool. If you’ve only used it as it comes straight out of the box, however, you’re only scratching the surface. Here are our top 10 photography hacks to supercharge your camera.
  4. MIUI Is A Gorgeous, Super-Fast ROM For Android
    If you’ve become a bit bored with the way Android looks and works, MIUI is a completely different Android experience, bringing a beautiful iOS-like interface, blazing speed, and tons of extra features to the Android operating system.
  5. Lifehacker’s 2011 Australian Airport Public Transport Guide
    You’ve planned carefully to score yourself a cheap airline ticket — why jack up the budget by spending a fortune getting a taxi from the airport? Instead, check out Lifehacker’s comprehensive guide to public transport options for Australian airports.
  6. Ask LH: What’s The Best Mail Forwarding Service For Online Shopping?
    Hi Lifehacker, Like many cashing in on the strength of the Australian dollar I have been making a lot of offshore purchases of late. The problem is the exorbitant shipping costs charged from the US, and the fact that many US retailers won’t ship offshore. So I have been looking at using a mail forwarding service, but there are a ton of options out there. Do you have recommendations on which way to go? Cheers, Shop Happy
  7. How To Get Better Battery Life From Your Android Phone
    If you have a modern Android phone, you know the pain of turning on your phone at 5pm only to realise it’s deep in a low-battery coma. Here are the simple manual changes, and clever automatic tweaks, that will keep your phone awake and useful for far longer.
  8. Ask LH: Which Android Tablet Should I Choose?
    Dear Lifehacker, I’ve been putting off getting a tablet till a half-decent Android tablet came along. But with the upcoming release of the Motorola Xoom, the Asus Eee Pad, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v and the LG G slate in Australia, there seems to be a flood of Android Honeycomb devices coming out. I feel like a kid in a sweetshop, and I don’t know which one to get. I’m also unsure whether to get a 3G one or a Wi-Fi only model. Can you tether them to a Android phone? Please help! Thanks, Spoilt for Choice
  9. 10 Great Ways To Reuse Stuff You Might Otherwise Chuck Out
    Our Earth Month coverage is just about to draw to a close. Making clever use (or reuse) of stuff that’s just lying around is a staple principle here at Lifehacker, so we figure there’s no better way to finish that coverage than with a roundup of our favourite recycling and repurposing hacks. Enjoy!
  10. The Intermediate Guide To Living Entirely Inside Chrome
    Chrome OS is still in the works, and even when it launches, you might not need one of the specialty netbooks that run it. Make the Chrome browser you already have productive enough to do whatever you need instead—and hit Full Screen if you need less distraction.

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