Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week. »
What do you do when the seller at a yard sale says, "Make me an offer." The Simple Dollar suggests taking a minute and applying the 10% rule. »
After you scoop out some ice cream from the tub and put it back in the freezer, it's common to get a layer of ice crystals on top. The easy way to avoid that, says AO Life, is to cover the ice cream with parchment paper. »
Eating quartered slices of watermelon can be a messy affair. Bite anywhere and you'll probably get some fruit on your cheek because of the size and shape. CrazyRussianHacker has a neat trick to solve this. »
Android: The default Dropbox app on Android forces you to use only one account at a time. If you have multiple Dropbox accounts and need access, then B1 File Manager is a good solution—although it doesn't offer local sync. »
In case your old album of photos has been damaged, whether stuck together or by spilling some sticky liquid, don't panic. All you need is lukewarm water to save the day, says WikiHow. »
Yeah, but then you find yourself randomly yelling, first in a deep voice and then in falsetto, "Bismillah no we will not let you go... Let him gooooo!" »
Android: If you like to look at your email as if it were a to-do list, then get Blue Mail. It lets you snooze mails for later so they act as reminders, and you can even turn your inbox into a task list and mark each message as "done". »
A well-arranged kitchen can make a huge difference in how efficient you are in that space. So if your fridge door often gets in the way, How To Be A Handyman offers a DIY guide to change the direction it opens. »
Buying a used smartphone can save you some money, but it obviously involves a few risks—like making sure it's in good condition (and that it isn't stolen). Here are some tips I've learned after buying many used phones. »
To build a relationship with your superiors at work and have a better chance of moving up the ladder, try mirroring their mannerisms, says LearnVest. In other words: monkey see, monkey do. »
We personally test every app we write about :) Chromebleed is actually working great for me. As noted, the extension uses Filippo's tool to test pages. Filippo's tool was actually giving some false positives and most of the bad feedback is because of that. However, that's no longer a concern as Filippo has fixed his… »
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