Oliver Baker
litech
8/22/19
12:01 PM
8

I don’t know why they don’t list tinder, but aside from Grindr they list 3 other dating apps. I don’t think this is necessarily a homophobic thing.
I can’t imagine why they don’t list tinder unless its just that they assume everyone knows that it is, especially since they mention it in the descriptions of other apps.

8/22/19
11:54 AM
15

Like Snapchat? I get that this is not 2014, but I would bet as many people have heard of Snapchat as Tinder. Or at least close.

8/22/19
11:30 AM
44

I wonder if the list was to help parents recognize apps that they might not necessarily recognize. So in your example, a parent might  know what Tinder is, but not know that Bumble (and Grindr and Skout and Badoo) are very similar apps. 

8/15/19
4:35 PM
1

Dial 911 or 999 on most GSM networks regardless of country

8/7/19
2:41 PM
32

“Show my the calibration record and the measurement uncertainty of said speed detection device.”

7/10/19
5:47 PM
1

Any time I reinstall windows for myself or a relative, first thing I do is come to lifehack and look for these pack/ninite links.

I primarily use Debian so this package manager has a familiar interface - Thanks for making me aware of this!

6/30/19
9:10 PM
2

It doesn’t love Chrome (especially mobile), but it works okay. I haven’t spent any time using Kinja on desktop Firefox.

6/30/19
5:51 PM
6

It looks quite similar on desktop firefox, and has for a long time. It’s Kinja that doesn’t like Firefox.

6/28/19
5:09 PM
2

Yes KeePass is the best. You can do it all for free. Keeping the database in your cloud storage account is the best. I love having a database that is always up to date no matter what device I’m using.

6/28/19
11:01 AM
2

Yup! Been using this combo for a while now. Was considering Enpass or BitWarden to see if it cleans up the interfaces any. Being able to keep everything in my personal cloud (Synology NAS) makes me feel that much more secure.

6/28/19
1:40 AM
2

Another vote for Keepass. Being able to use it offline, off a thumb drive, my android phone, windows computer, and a linux box, is great. 

6/27/19
5:52 PM
8

KeePass, and the Android app Keepass2Android. By using them and Dropbox to hold the password vault/file, I can effectively imitate paid subscription-level services from other providers. Multiple users, multiple devices, cross-platform, etc.

6/27/19
3:33 PM
2

I believe that this is the article that used to be called the Hive Five call for contenders. The actual Hive Five comes later...

6/27/19
3:13 PM
7

Plus one for keepass.  The only way is offline.

6/27/19
2:51 PM
10

I prefer KeePass, for the non-cloud-based nature of it. I don’t feel at all threatened/nervous about a potential security breach because there is no centralized repository where my passwords are, merely my local database file. Now, I do (for convenience’s sake) keep that on my Google Drive so I can sync it across

9/7/18
3:07 PM
4

Well, I don’t personally use Apple but on my Pixel I like the fingerprint scanner. It’s basically instant. I just move my finger to it as I pull the phone out of my pocket and it unlocks. I don’t care about the fact the justice department can get a warrant to make me unlock my phone if I use a fingerprint since I

5/24/18
5:09 PM
2

They’re trying to put the horse back in the barn now, but trying to leave a way for custom ROM users and developers to continue to use Play Services, which is honestly pretty cool.