xBrowserSync is a free and open source utility for Chrome (and Chromium-based browsers), Firefox, and Android. Users can use it to sync their bookmarks across browsers and devices. It’s a nice way to not rely on a major company’s own sync service such as Google, Microsoft, etc.
The Vivaldi browser is based on Chromium (like most other browsers these days) and is available for a multitude of platforms. The appeal of Vivaldi is its power user features not found in competing software. I take a look at Vivaldi 2.9.
OurGroceries is available for iOS, Android, smart assistants (Alexa/Google) and the web, making it a really convenient way to keep a shopping list and share it with others. See why it’s a great choice for sharing your lists.
Let’s be real, there is no shortage of password managers on the market. Some are paid while others are free. Bitwarden is mostly free with some bonus features as an affordable premium option. As a person that was always hesitant to start using a password manager, let’s look at why I took the plunge and now rely on it for all my passwords, credit cards, and secure notes.
Outlook Mobile for Android and iOS is the best Gmail alternative that features a dark mode. Seeing Microsoft become friendly with all platforms and services has been quite a change from how things used to be. Let’s take a quick look at Outlook Mobile and see why it’s currently my default mail app of choice.