5 Apps and Sites to Find Reddit’s Best Posts and Favorite Recommendations

Reddit has so many people talking about so many things across so many subreddits. How can you get the best recommendations easily? Well, there are a few sites and apps that collect the best of Reddit. You can always sort any subreddit by top posts for the day, week, month, year, or all-time. But that’s not what we’re talking about here. These apps have a different outlook. Some collect posts based on how much time you’ll take to read them, others track recommendations across different subreddits. But the idea, in the end, is the same: to get you the best...Read the...

5 Essential Apps & Websites for TikTok Fans and Creators

TikTok is one of the fastest-growing social networks today, with some of the best video content you’ll see on the internet. These five websites and apps only make it better than ever before. For the uninitiated, TikTok is a social network much like the old Vine, and similar to Instagram or Snapchat. It only supports videos, with a maximum limit of 15 seconds. You can merge multiple videos into one longer Story. If you want to know more, check out our primer on what is TikTok and how does it work. If you already know TikTok, jump on to the...Read the...

6 Free Web Apps to Break Instagram Restrictions and Fix Annoyances 

There is so much more to Instagram than posting a picture and getting some likes. These free web apps show how to make the best use of the social network by doing things that Instagram won’t let you. Instagram often feels unnecessarily restrictive in how one can use it. Thankfully, a few developers are bypassing these annoyances with simple apps. So here are a few ways to write well-formatted captions, browse someone’s top posts, or download any post or story. 1. Instaloadgram (Web): AI-Generate Hashtags, Data Export, and Downloads Instaloadgram is a combination of three tools for Instagram users. It...Read the...

5 YouTube Cheats to Break Restrictions and Make YouTube Fun Again

It’s time to beat YouTube at its own game. Some third-party developers have the perfect combination of cheats and tricks to make for a better YouTube than the official experience. No more restrictions, and no more time wastage! For a long time now, developers have been making sites and extensions to tweak YouTube so that you can fix some of its common annoyances. Some others focus on making YouTube more fun and light-hearted like it once was years ago. Here are a few apps that use smart ideas for that better YouTube experience. Use captions to quickly browse through a...Read the...

5 Sites and Apps to Find Movies & TV Shows to Watch on Netflix

The question most of us have in our free time isn’t whether or not to stream something, it’s, “What should I watch on Netflix?” Here are a few quick ways to get an answer. Netflix is constantly tweaking its interface to tell you to watch certain shows and movies, but sometimes, it seems like Netflix pushes its own productions too strongly while ignoring more worthy options. Third-party recommendation engines, like those in this list, can be better at finding something more suited to your palate. 1. What The Hell Should I Watch On Netflix (Web): One Pick At a Time...Read the...

Don’t Want to Learn Coding? 5 Ways to Still Make Powerful Automated Tools

Learning to code helps. But you don’t have to learn coding to build tools on the web. With the right no-code development tools, you can quickly create automated docs that are just as powerful as apps. Think about it… you can take short cuts through everyday chores that would take complicated scripts or an expensive app. You don’t need to call a software engineer or learn a programming language on your own. Just bring your creativity and create simple apps or automated documents that get the job done. Dive into these five no-code platforms here. 1. Coda: Stretch Your Docs...Read the...

Want to Improve Your Memory and Recall? These 5 Tools Might Help

Photographic memory (not to be confused with eidetic memory) is a superpower. But not everyone is blessed with it. Right now, the only thing we can do is try every method that will help us improve our memory and recall. We might be blessed to be in the information age. But the firehose of bits and bytes is making us gasp for breath too. So here are five tools and apps that just might help you improve your short term and long term memory. 1. Sans Forgetica (Web): A Font for Your Study Notes Cognitive scientists recommend that we should...Read the...