Insync is a Google Drive Sync application for Windows, Linux and Mac. It has brilliants features like support for multiple accounts, file conversion (Google Docs to Office), built-in sharing, selective sync etc.
Opera team has decided to work on open standards for browser add-ons to support multiple browsers. The project is aimed to help developers create unified browser add-ons, which would be capable of executing in multiple runtimes.
Adblock Plus has extended its features, and now enables users to easily block malware sites, social sharing buttons and tracking by advertising companies.
If Dolphin is your favorite browser, here is a useful tip for you: One can enable and enjoy the full screen browsing with Dolphin.
Users can turn-on the Off-Road mode in Opera from the main menu. When enabled, Off-Road mode brings server-side data compression to Opera.
Markdown is an easy-to-use and powerful markup language extremely popular among the writes and programmers. If you love using Markdown and Chrome is your primary browser, here are few recommendations for you.
Tailor is a new Chrome Packaged App based on Adobe’s Brackets code editor and web development tool. It has integrated support for Git and hence developers can work on and sync their remote Git repositories, including those hosted on GitHub.
Opera Software has released v16 to the Opera Next update stream with many new features and improvements. Opera team has also enabled opera:flags in this pre-release build, which lets users enable experimental features and test them.
Popular “Read It Later” tool Pocket has silently released a new packaged app for Google Chrome. This app is quite similar to Pocket’s Android app and works even offline.
If you think that by moving to WebKit/Blink, Opera has become just a poor clone of Chrome – you are wrong. Here are five reasons why one should choose Opera over Chrome.