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How to Make Planning Parties Easy with WePopp

I love planning, but I hate planning parties. You have to take into consideration so many different factors! Who are you inviting? What kind of parties do they like? Small and intimate or large and loud? What date works best for everyone? Should you go out or stay in? It’s enough to make my head [...]

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How to Block Numbers and Texts

Sometimes people need to be blocked. Even though it’s more difficult in real life (especially if you’d like to avoid a family member or a coworker), there are ways to block phone numbers and texts in iOS and Android devices. iOS To block someone you know: Select the Phone icon (like you’re going to place [...]

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Google Drive Just Made Editing Documents Even Easier

For many people, one of the main uses of Gmail is sending documents back and forth to each other. This used to be the only way these things were done, until services like Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive came along. With those services you can just send someone the link or give them access [...]

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Is App Graph On Twitter Something I Want?

Twitter has done it again. In an effort to improve and personalize user experiences, they have created App Graph. In short, Twitter will be tracking which apps you have installed on your device and customize their ads to your tastes. They will use the information to make sure the promoted ads and follow suggestions are [...]

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Twitter Updates It’s Mobile App

Many of us have found our favorite Twitter App and won’t be changing any time soon. There are really solid options out there for the app that some of us use more than any other app on our phone. Twitter is working hard to make sure that theirs is the one you choose, instead of [...]

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Find The Legal Streaming Option Of The Movie You Want To Watch

It’s no surprise that streaming pirated media is a big issue. Whether you do it or not, there are some simple facts to consider. Each time a movie is pirated, the people making the movies lose money. These people include billionaire producers, actors, and musicians. It also includes the crew and anyone else working behind [...]

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How To Sync Fitbit To Apple’s Health App With A $0.99 Download

Owners of a Fitbit-brand activity monitor who have been wanting to sync their device’s data with Apple’s recently released health app now have a means to do so, but it will cost them 99 cents. Fitbit does not natively sync with Apple’s health app, making it so users can’t use the Fitbit to track steps, [...]

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6 Amazing Android Lollipop Features

I upgraded my Nexus 5 to Android Lollipop this week. While it does take a few days to get used to changes, I’m usually very excited for upgrades like this. Google has stepped up with Android 5.0 and included a lot of fun, useful, and exciting features. A smart thing that Google started doing a [...]

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Dropbox’s Carousel Photo Organizer Is Now Available On iPad And In The Web Browser

One of the greatest features of Dropbox has always been the ability to have any photos taken on your mobile devices automatically uploaded to the cloud, ready to be accessed on other mobile devices or — more importantly — on your computer. Problem has been — for this user anyway — that experience of finding [...]

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5 Free Web-Based Alternatives to Microsoft Office That Include Collaboration Tools

When you search Google for alternatives to Microsoft Office, there are almost 5 million results. I’ve checked out some of the top contenders and put together this list of the five best options for those who can’t or don’t want to use Microsoft Office. The other perk: all five of these are web-based, meaning they [...]

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