I remember trying to search and download movie posters way back in the day and not having much luck finding proper quality sizes. The sites I found always ended up having tiny images or wanting you to buy the posters themselves. With the recent launch of their website, The Poster Database contains high quality original and official movie posters. Let’s see what it has to offer.
It’s funny how email can only handle so much before we need to use other tools to send files, especially really big ones. With the Smash file transfer service, you can send massive files (no size limit) to your contacts. No more breaking up stuff into multiple parts or trying to squeeze it through some compression tool.
People have become more aware of the need for privacy for their communication. Tutanota email and other private email services offer to put a stop to our emails being analyzed and profiles built around us, especially Google with Gmail. I took a quick look at Tutanota to see if it’s worth switching over to.
Telegram Messenger has increasingly become the best option for those looking for a fast and simple app to message their friends and family. Let’s take a look and see what makes it so compelling compared to the gazillion other messengers out there.
DuckDuckGo is a search engine that has made a name for itself due to its claim that it is the “private” search engine. Let’s explore what that means and what makes it a compelling alternative to Google.
Remove.bg is a website that helps you remove backgrounds from images and photos without needing heavy software such as Photoshop. Let’s take a look at how it works.
Photopea is a web-based image editor that some claim is the equivalent of Photoshop. While I’m sure this is not 100% true, it comes awfully close to what I remember Photoshop being like. Let’s see how it holds up.