I’ve tried Instapaper for over a month. This morning I’ve decided to go back to Pocket, for a number of reasons that I want to explain.
Today I want to talk to you about a new Android launcher I discovered yesterday among the Play Store suggestions. Its name is Evie Launcher.
I have several email account: my serious Gmail one, my less serious outlook one, my family’s company email, and so on.
I know, it looks like the title of one of “The Big Bang Theory” episodes. As the title says, I’m facing a great dilemma about my home banking app.
I keep talking about music players because my post unleashed a great discussion among users on Google+. There are people who likes Rhythmbox, like me, people who totally hate it, people who suggests to use mpd (no way, man), people who uses Amarok (of course, you’re in KDE).
Yes, it’s almost 2017 and I still use Rhythmbox to reproduce my music when I am using my computer. He’s 16 years old but I consider it much better than the brand new Gnome Music for at least 4 reasons.
Let’s be honest, it’s plenty of note taking apps out there: Evernote, Google Keep, OneNote, the stock app of your browser, just to mention some of them.
I’ve never used OneNote because I’ve never understood how it worked, I remember that in my Lumia this app was system, so impossible to uninstall, slow to open and slow to do things; I’ve never used it even if it comes with my Windows and Office pro. Never used, never liked, hate at first sight.