Tag Archive: ease

This $260 Google Wifi 3-pack can cover up to 4,500 sq. ft with ease

Wi-Fi everywhere.

Mesh Wi-Fi systems are all the rage these days, and Google Wifi is one of the leaders in the pack. You can buy single units or a 3-pack, and if you are looking to cover a large space the 3-pack is the way to go. Today’s deal saves you $ 40 on the system and puts it down near its lowest price to date.

Setting them up is super simple regardless of whether you are  [Read More…]

Switch from iOS to Android with ease with the MEEM Network

From the creators of the MEEM memory cable which can back up your phone’s data while also charge it up, this week comes a new product called the MEEM Network. The MEEM Network offers cross-platform functionality between Android and iOS by allowing users to back up different devices onto the same cable with full visibility. […]

Google Destinations will help you compare and book vacations with ease

Google has launched a new feature for mobile search called Destinations, which will enable you to plan your next trip or vacation with ease. Destinations will activate once you type in a continent, country or even a state and affix the word “destination” on the end to have the search engine provide a plethora of information.

From weather forecasts to when your destination is most popular in the year, filtering down activities and even entering  [Read More…]

These apps will help you get through Valentine’s Day with ease

That most romantic of holidays, Valentine’s Day, is nearly upon us. With that in mind we’ve put together some handy apps to help get you through this weekend unscathed. Valentine’s Day has plenty of moving parts, no matter what your plans happen to be.

We’ve put together these apps to make sure that your day goes as smoothly as possible, so check them out!

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The first step to enjoying this upcoming  [Read More…]

PlayStation Messages lets you chat with your PSN friends with ease

Sony has launched PlayStation Messages, giving you the ability to connect with your friends on the PlayStation Network directly from your Android handset.

Previously bundled in the PlayStation app, Sony mentions that Messages was broken out into a standalone client featuring a more streamlined design “in order to get you into your Messages and communicating with your friends faster than ever before.” Needless to say, you’re going to need a valid PSN account to use the messaging  [Read More…]

Find family-friendly content with ease in new Family section of Google Play

Google’s new Family section is now live in Google Play, making it easier to find appropriate content for the whole family.

At Google I/O, Google announced that it would be adding a new Family section to Google Play to make it easier to find family-friendly content. The new section is live in Google Play, with sections for various age groups.

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View photos with ease: QuickPic [App of the Day]


I’m always about changing up the defaul apps in ym phone if I’m unhappy with some of them. Photo galleries are usually nice, but there’s always something better on the market. QuickPic organizes your photos in a nice way and has some nifty little animations to make photo viewing nice and relaxing.


The swipe-left menu allows you  [Read More…]

Fly Delta Android app updated to ease international travel

Fly Delta Android App

Delta Air Lines’ Fly Delta Android app has long been one of the first things I install on a phone. It’s well-designed, and has added a couple killer features since its release nearly a year ago — mainly the ability to view upgrade/standby lists and check and change seats from your phone, and more recently they added the ability to track your checked baggage. Good stuff.

And now Delta’s  [Read More…]