Create And Play YouTube Playlists Without Leaving The Current Video With YouTube ListPlayer

Ever wanted to create and play playlists in YouTube without having to leave the current page? YouTube™ ListPlayer for Chrome is just what you need. This Chrome extension enables users to create and play YouTube playlists from a menu next to the address bar, which makes it possible to search for videos according to a single or multiple keywords, create and save playlists, as well as explore your YouTube search Continue Reading →

Block Ads On Android Devices With AdBlock Plus

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AdBlock Plus is a famous browser extension available for all major browsers including Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari. A while back AdBlock for Internet Explorer was also released. Recently, an Android version of AdBlock Plus has been made available on the Google Play store. Like previous versions, Adblock for Android is available for free and you can install it on your Android device in the form of an app.

Locate Required Information From Webpages Easily With Browseye

Browseye is an extension for Firefox, Chrome And Safari that helps quickly locate relevant data from webpages by hiding irrelevant content. Browseye is basically an extended version of the CTRL+F command with more convenient options to identify relevant information from within a webpage by highlighting paragraphs and chunks of text that contain the defined content.

How To Install Flash On Google Nexus 7

So you want Flash on your Google Nexus 7? In the wake of the advent of HTML5, Flash is being considered as obsolete. However, getting rid of Flash is easier said than done. No matter which browser you use or what plug-ins you install, the need for Flash inevitably springs up every now and then. Unfortunately, Flash does not come by default in the Nexus 7 tablet, however it is Continue Reading →

Best Applications For Color Blind And Vision Deficient People

Applications and websites are often designed by using Green and Red color shades. This creates a problem for color blind people as they are unable to differentiate between these colors. Furthermore, it can be a problem for professionals such as Graphic Designers to identify certain colors. We have compiled a list of some handy free applications for color blind and vision deficient people that can help them avoid the aforementioned Continue Reading →

10 Best Alternatives For Android Stock Browser

While the Android stock browser offers many nifty features, it does not provide a number of functionalities that users are able to gain from conventional desktop browsers. Perhaps this is the reason why the release of the Chrome browser for Android created so much excitement for Android users. Let’s take a look at 10 best Android alternatives for the Android stock browser and explore the features that make them worth Continue Reading →

Get Dolphin Browser For Android, Better Than Stock Browser

When I switched to an Android device I found the default Android browser to be quite lack luster and wanted an alternative that can provide me with a better rendering time and more robust options. After a recommendation from my friend I used the Dolphin Browser for Android and was quite impressed by the results. It is arguably a lot better than other alternatives like the Opera Mini browser, as Continue Reading →

ChitChat Web Messenger Brings Uncluttered Facebook Chat

Facebook users who have used desktop clients for Facebook Chat might be aware of a famous application known as ChitChat. In a previous review I explored the features of this advanced Facebook chat client and explained the pros and cons of using it. Recently, the developer of this chat client has released a web messenger for Facebook Chat. The benefits of using this client are many, since it offers an Continue Reading →

How To Install Kindle Fire Silk Browser On Your Rooted Android Device

Amazon Silk is a web browser developed by Amazon for their Kindle Fire tablets. Since it’s inception, Silk has been well received among Kindle Fire users because of it’s speed. It uses a split architecture, due to which some of the processing is performed on Amazon’s servers to improve webpage loading attributes. The frontend of Silk is based on the WebKit (browser) engine. Until recently, Silk was only available for Continue Reading →

Test Drive The New Gnome Web Browser Prototype [Download]

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After a long time association with Gnome, it appears that the default Gnome web-browser, Epiphany, is nearing it’s retirement. With the new GNOME design approach, it appears, that Epiphany will now have a new successor. This browser is primarily focused to provide a minimalist looking browser with a clean interface. This application is being designed to provide page search, page multi-tasking (without the need of reloading content), page view history, Continue Reading →