My thoughts on setting up and using the Quicken Mobile app.
It's been three weeks since I switched to Cricket Wireless and I'm happy with the service thus far. Having 4 gig of data was freeing, and I sucked it up willy-nilly. I refused to put my Play Music into download only mode, and streamed music in the car; Instagram posts were made on the fly... Continue Reading →
I'm a fan of both Google products and Amazon Prime, so this ongoing fight between them makes me want to scream. There's lots of reasons why they've been fighting, from Amazon having their own app store to competing products, so I'm not about to get into it here. I will say that the consumer always... Continue Reading →
In November of 2015 I switched my mobile carrier from Verizon to Project Fi and have been very pleased with the service and the savings. Since switching, my cell phone bill has been about $30.00/month (between $26 and $32). I've been able to keep my bill low by being careful about data usage, which is... Continue Reading →
With unlimited backups, advanced photo editing tools, mobile (Android and iOS) and PC apps, web access, easy sharing and search, Google Photos has become my go-to app for organizing and editing my pics. With the added ability to cast your pictures and videos directly to your television via Chromecast, it's a must-have app for any... Continue Reading →
With the inclusion of a cloud DVR service (an extra $5.00/month for 50 hours of recorded shows), Sling TV is now a real contender in fight for your viewing pleasure. The only problem is that a lot of people have no idea Sling TV offers the service. Heck, I only found out about it when... Continue Reading →