Alternative to Techno – Did You Know? Tech is Good In The Right Place

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As many that are using android, there will always be some difficulties you will meet or eye opening articles that will make your smartphone experience meaningful.

I blogged here a confirmed list of places you could get tutored all on aspect of making use of your smartphone.

1. techroid.org –  this is a blog from a friend Kaesy Nwosu – one of the big name in Bloggers Lab on facebook! With his blog, you can get uptodate info relating to your tech gadgets and eye opening articles that would make you feel fulfilled.

Lifehacker Lifehacker is a tech blog that provides tips and downloads for getting things done, both on your computer and in real life.

MakeUseOf – MakeUseOf is a booming daily blog that features cool websites, computer tips, and downloads that make you more productive. The aim of MakeUseOf is to guide you through the web and tell you…

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Alternative to Techno – Did You Know? Tech is Good In The Right Place

As many that are using android, there will always be some difficulties you will meet or eye opening articles that will make your smartphone experience meaningful.

I blogged here a confirmed list of places you could get tutored all on aspect of making use of your smartphone.

1. techroid.org –  this is a blog from a friend Kaesy Nwosu – one of the big name in Bloggers Lab on facebook! With his blog, you can get uptodate info relating to your tech gadgets and eye opening articles that would make you feel fulfilled.

Lifehacker Lifehacker is a tech blog that provides tips and downloads for getting things done, both on your computer and in real life.

MakeUseOf – MakeUseOf is a booming daily blog that features cool websites, computer tips, and downloads that make you more productive. The aim of MakeUseOf is to guide you through the web and tell you about hot websites…

Mashable – Mashable is the largest independent website dedicated to news, information and resources for the connected generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires…

TechCrunch – TechCrunch is a web publication that offers technology news and analysis, as well as profiling of startup companies, products, and websites.

Gizmodo – Gizmodo is a blog on the technologies that change the way we live, work, love, play, think and feel.

Engadget – Engadget is the definitive source and final word for news on gadgets and technology. The site’s team of expert editors and columnists cover the world of consumer electronics with unmatched passion and an…

The Verge – From gadgets to startups, apps, and tech culture, The Verge has you covered with in-depth reporting, original features, and editorials from the smartest team in tech writing.

Addictive Tips – AddictiveTips is a tech blog focused on helping users find simple solutions to their everyday problems. It reviews the best desktop & mobile apps and services from around the web. It also covers useful…

OSNews – OSNews is Exploring the Future of Computing with news on desktop, server, mobile, and specialty operating systems and new computing technology.

NeoTeo – NeoTeo is an online magazine of technology and how this affects our daily lives. We talked about Games, Software, Hardware, Internet, Ecology, and so on.

ZDNet – We offer our audience a range of options to stay up-to-date whilst they are on the go, including our www.zdnet.com  site, which adapts automatically for smartphones and tablets, and the free ZDNet App, which…

Drippler – Drippler is a discovery app that makes your mobile device even more awesome! Get the latest tips and discover new features, apps, updates, accessories and more. Drippler was recommended by Google Play…

Technize.net – Technize.NET – a technology blog dedicated to popular software downloads, tips and tricks and software reviews specifically for apps that work on Microsoft platforms.

VentureBeat  – VentureBeat is a technology blog that focuses on innovative companies and the forward-thinking executives behind them.

SlashGear – Dedicated to highlighting the latest and greatest in personal technology, SlashGear covers everything from cutting-edge tech gear to the latest digital lifestyle trend. Distinctive, informative and fresh, we…

Techzost – Techzost is India’s leading technological blog for geeks. where users come to explore Technology, Gadgets, Blogging, SEO, Internet, Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS and other platforms related topics…

TechSpot – Technology News, Reviews and Analysis. TechSpot is read daily by tech enthusiasts, computer power users and IT decision makers from around the world.

On HAX– On HAX was created for sharing and educating about software pirating and hacking… and some more useful information for readers who do love technology.

Web Doubts – Web Doubts is a guide to learn web, computer & Internet technology, teaches css web designing, development, hosting, seo, blogging & legit money making tips.

Entrerprise Bus – Enterprise Bus is a blog on different technology subjects. It is meant to share the knowledge gathered through time in order to advance persoal and social growth and make our world better.

WebDev101 – WebDev101 is a blog site similar to Cnet, Mashable, and many other tech blogs out there. Gathering thousands of views a week, this website covers everything and anything tech.

Dain Binder’s Technology Blog – Dain Binder’s Technology Blog provides technology news, reviews, guides, and opinion about services, startups, websites, and mobile

And remember that yotechzone.wordpress.com is the final place for all tech talks… we gather tech info around the world and deliver it to you referencing the author of the article.!

Expect from the next coming posts… where to get your best hacking, tweeking, awuuf, bonus and all sort of free stuffz you can think of!

Stay tuned…

 

Make Free Unlimited Calls With Your Android Phone

The era of using actual land line telephones have all but come to an end. These days if you don’t have a mobile phone then you are considered old school. However, we are getting closer and closer to a day when making phone calls won’t cost us any money and they take place solely on data connections instead of wireless phone signals. Some people are already researching how to do just that and that is likely why you’re here. So in this list we’ll take a look at the nine best free Android apps to make free calls on Android!


Facebook Messenger free callsFacebook Messenger

[Price: Free]
First on our list is Facebook Messenger. Facebook has only recently allowed free calls on its messenger service but so far it has been rather successful. Many people may not like Facebook these days and may be looking for ways to get rid of it. However, Facebook has one undeniable advantage of being as ubiquitous of a service as you can get. Since most of these apps require that both parties have the same application in order to make phone calls (i.e. both parties much have Facebook Messenger to make free calls), that makes Facebook Messenger an above average option since it’s more likely that your friends already use Facebook.

KakaoTalk: Free Calls & Texts

[Price: Free]
KakaoTalk is very popular albeit mostly for people not in North America. Much like the others on this list, you can text and call people for free. KakaoTalk also includes group calls which can be a good option for those who frequently require calling multiple people at once. Another good feature of KakaoTalk is multi-platform support. So if you have friends with iOS devices, Blackberry devices, or Windows Phone, you can still make free calls as long as you both use KakaoTalk.
Get it on Google Play
kakaotalk free calls on Android


Line free calls on AndroidLINE: Free Calls & Messages

[Price: Free]
Line is another popular option to make free calls on Android. It currently sports over 400 million users worldwide and contains a lot of nifty features. One of which is free phone calls to other Line users. You can call non-Line users but there is a small fee (which isn’t unusual for these apps). It also features text messaging and group texting. Like KakaoTalk, Line is also has multi-platform support for most mobile operating systems and PC which is always nice to have in case your friends or relatives don’t use Android.
Get it on Google Play
Line free calls on Android


magicapp free calls on androidmagicApp by magicJack

[Price: Free]
This is one of the more unique apps on the list in that magicApp by magicJack actually does allow you call non-magicApp users for free. However, there are regional restrictions. If you live in the US or Canada, you can make free calls to just about anyone. If you’re outside of the US or Canada or you’re calling someone outside of the US or Canada without magicApp, then you must pay a fee like usual. The exception, of course, is that if both parties have magicApp, all calls are still free. Also unlike most apps on this list, magicApp can only be used for phone calls. So if you just need an app for calling, this is a good way to go. If you need something that includes texting too, then this won’t be a full solution.
Get it on Google Play


nimbuzz free calls on androidNimbuzz Messenger / Free Calls

[Price: Free]
Nimbuzz has been around for a long time and rightfully so. It has all of the features that most of these other apps have and it still works rather well. As per the norm you can voice call other Nimbuzz users free of charge and the service boasts HD calling service which is a plus since a lot of these apps do not have the best voice quality when calling. Of course, your mileage may very. You can also do the usual stuff like use stickers, group chat, text chat, and others.
Get it on Google Play
Nimbuzz free calls on android


Skype free calls on androidSkype – free IM & video calls

[Price: Free]
The venerable Skype also fits into this category. Most people already know what Skype can do so we’ll keep this one short. You can make free Skype calls to anyone who has Skype and non-Skype numbers require a small fee. It’s on most mobile operating systems and computer operating systems (including Linux) so it’s one of the best solutions when it comes to cross platform use. Also included are free group, video, and text chats should you need those. It’s a reliable and highly popular service and much like Facebook Messenger, there’s a good chance people you know already use Skype or at least have it installed.
Get it on Google Play


Tango free calls on AndroidTango Messenger, Video & Calls

[Price: Free]
Tango used to be a much more popular application a couple of years ago, but it remains a pretty decent option for free calls today. With Tango you can get free calls to other Tango users as well as the standard texting and group messages. It also has cross platform support and video chatting if you like those features. Tango also goes the extra mile with things like built in games that you can challenge friends to if you’re bored. Admittedly, it’s not an exciting addition but it’s definitely something you won’t find in other apps on this list.
Get it on Google Play


viber free calls on androidViber

[Price: Free]
When this list was first written, Viber was just coming out on Android and it has made quite the splash since then. With over 200 million users, Viber is one of the most widely used free call solutions on the list. As usual, you have to be calling other Viber users for it to be free. You can also use it for text and group messaging. Viber is a little more simple than many of the other apps but it gets the job done. There is also cross platform support should you need it!
Get it on Google Play
viber free calls on android


Yahoo Messenger free calls on androidYahoo Messenger (and you’ll need this plugin)

[Price: Free]
Last up is Yahoo Messenger. Yahoo Messenger is a weird case because it’s the only app that requires a plugin in order to make voice calls. However, with the plugin, it still does make voice calls. Without the plugin, Yahoo Messenger is just a text messaging service. With the plugin you’ll also get voice and video calling. It has a few more issues than most of these but given how Yahoo has been with updating and re-imagining their applications it’s only a matter of time before this becomes a top tier option. As it stands, it’s still a good option but beware of the bugs. The plugin link is in the header above but you can also just click here to get it.
Get it on Google Play
Yahoo Messenger free calls on android


Wrap up

Unfortunately, most of these applications have the same issue in that they only deliver free calls if both parties are using the same app. So if you have Skype, you can make phone calls to anyone but it’s only free if the other person is using Skype as well. This presents a unique paradox in that these apps are all not technically 100% free but they are free if you follow the rules. For now, there aren’t many reliable services that call landlines that are free. For now, your best bet is to use these and talk your friends and family into using them too. One day, we’ll all be doing it anyway! As usual if we missed a great app, let us know in the comments below.

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