Best root apps for Android 2014: our favorites

  • March 18, 2014

Rooting your Android phone or tablet doesn’t mean a whole lot unless you have the right apps to take advantage of your newly gained root access. Nowadays, there is so much you can do with the best root apps for Android that you can often achieve all of the customization of custom ROMs without the all of the hassle.

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Get to sleep after using your computer with f.lux

  • March 11, 2014

You’ve probably heard it a million times: don’t use your computer before bed. Unfortunately, many times we don’t have that kind of flexibility. Work has to be done, cross-continental Skype chats must be had, or a variety of other things. With a simple, low-memory app, you can fine-tune your screen to help you sleep at night.

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Zotero, the free citation manager for students, teachers, and more

  • March 3, 2014

Citing sources is one of the most tedious parts of research, academic or otherwise. You’ve done the legwork, but proving it to your readers seems to take more effort than the writing and searching! Once upon a time, websites like EasyBib or Citation Machine were the cutting edge for people trying to expedite the process. With the advent of a widely available, free citation manager like Zotero, those seem like things of the past. 

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How to use Wunderlist to manage your life, lists, and more

  • March 2, 2014

_ _Do you find yourself getting overwhelmed with your many lists? A sticky note for this, a notebook for that, a scrap paper here…wait, where is the grocery list? Maybe you find your mental list-making abilities coming up a little short as your work, school, or other life commitments have been piling up. If you are interested in being more productive, efficient, and not letting things slip through the cracks, you want to know how to use Wunderlist to make all life’s lists manageable.

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How to use Pocket to keep track of news, articles, and more on the web

  • February 27, 2014

Chances are that you have seen or heard of Pocket (formerly known as Read it Later). Maybe you have just noticed its logo when you see sharing options on different websites, like this one, or you might have heard of it but you aren’t sure how it might fit into your workflow.

Today, GettingThingsTech will show you exactly what Pocket is all about. It starts with giving you a way to manage the real or virtual piling up of all those things you wanted to read.

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