I know it has been a long time since I last wrote something on here. I have no idea what to write about, and the other reason is because I’m a little bit of an airhead when it comes to technology. But, finally I found out some great things to post here.
So, let’s start OK?
1. Easiest way to change your IP without techincal knowledge, install Hola – Unlimited Free VPN extension.
You have been heard of Spotify or Deezer, both are great. But if you are in Asia, you can’t have easy access to it compared to the rest of the world. However, lately, I found out a way. The easiest one for sure. One might said you have to change your IP, that will certainly work according to the statistics of posts about this method so far. Though they told you in a complicated way like go to Control Panel, then do A, which leads to B and then C1, C2, C3 part would need to be done as well, and in the end you become completely lost in the echo before you can do step number 1. Or they tell you about crazy insane kick-ass approach such as a fully-licensed software (not to even mention some requires you to install crack or keygen program in order to use it). I used to download one, but if it doesn’t contain spyware or else, it has ads in it, which bothers me a lot when it continually pops up when I’m trying to focus.
What the solution: I suggest using extension, I use Chrome and I suggest Hola – Unlimited Free VPN. Yes, it has very cute appearance, not much heavy or anything, you can turn it off if you want to. And of course, now you not only be able to access to Spotify, Deezer but some web that acquire firewall security from certain countries. We can’t mention about Youtube, it always prohibit me watching movies or videos saying that it’s not available in my country. So face it Youtube.
2. Movie streaming apps so that you don’t waste your system GB and time waiting for it to be finally downloaded.
(Update: Due to copyright issue, the software has been forced to shut down and also the YTS site. I felt so lost. There is another website that try to replace YTS, but I think it wasn’t anything near what YTS offer viewers so far.) The second miracle thing that I found out Popcorn Times, now I don’t have to go to YTS to download films. Oh, the time I discovered YTS was a dream to me, and now it become better and better. Free movie, no account needed, no charges, HD, subtitles and all stuffs, cool appearance, it also let us open on our VLC for convenient.
I found out Zolo. An amazing app for anyone locate in Vietnam. I used to search for app, software track down music mp3 files, even some shared vip/ premium account. Although there’re some actually help but there are full of traps. Like you have to log on your Facebook to receive the password, might got you lost control of your Facebook account to hackers. Now, I found this. Let me hear music 320kps, download it, and life just become painlessly entertaining!!!
4. Sway – a Power Point alternative, from Microsoft
I think most people would be aware of this, but it doesn’t harm anyone to formally introduce it again here in this post. Though, I think it would be better if Microsoft specialist is there to tell you themselves. (I really find this software interesting, and plan to make a tutorial selection playlist for it)
5. Google Keep
It’s not just this app but I think I’m obsessed with Google products in some way, such as Google Docs, for which I think is a great note-taking app to use alternatively for Evernote (if you choose not to purchase premium plan). You can work with your documents every where on every computers you have access to, and you don’t have to bring your laptop to Uni every day.
Some Youtubers even go great lengths to compare Google Keep with Evernote. However, from my perspectives, Google Keep can’t simply replace Evernote because Evernote even let users to film videos and record/ edit mp3. Maybe this could happen when you use Google Keep collaboratively with Google Docs, I still doubt the question of efficiency and effectiveness for this replacement but it’s still a good idea.
This is a video shows how to use Google Keep just in case.