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Internet Software

ChatGPT – The AI of the Future

In the last few years, we have witnessed the accelerated development of artificial intelligence and today we hear every day how AI drew a picture, wrote a song or did something that we believed was the domain of humans. ChatGPT is a free AI program that you access through a website and that stands out […]Read More


Session – Completely Private and Anonymous Chat App

Session is a free messaging app available for Android and iOS, with versions for Windows 10, 11, Linux, and macOS. What makes it stand out is the fact that this is an application that is fully committed to preserving the privacy and anonymity of its users and their messages. In this review, we’ll focus on […]Read More


Which Chat App Is Better, Threema or Signal?

Threema and Signal are, without a doubt, the two best chat apps that focus on user privacy. Keeping in mind that users are paying more and more attention to online privacy, we decided to compare these two apps and find out which one is better. How Do Threema and Signal Work? Threema and Signal are […]Read More


Top 4 Best Free Android Emoji Apps

Emoji are a convenient way to express your feelings in a message. There is no need to describe how you feel, it is enough to send a picture with a facial expression and your feelings will be immediately clear. Over the years, these smiling, sad, angry and many other faces have become increasingly popular and […]Read More

Graphic Design Software

Bitmoji – make a perfect sticker

Today, it is not enough for us to use only letters in our text messages. Whichever chat application we use, we often use smileys and stickers. For those who like to express their thoughts and feelings in this way, we present Bitmoji, a free application for Android and iOS, with which you can create original […]Read More


Telegram for Android – a complete guide

Of all the chat applications we are used to, Telegram is becoming increasingly popular. That popularity is the reason why we decided to make a complete guide for using Telegram on Android. Features that set Telegram apart from its predecessors – WhatsApp, Viber, and Messenger, are the protection of user privacy and the absence of […]Read More


WhatsApp for Android – a complete guide

WhatsApp Messenger is a free app for Android and iOS that allows you to communicate for free with anyone who is a user of the application, and also offers several additional features to make messaging more fun and to stand out from Viber, Skype, and Zoom. Launched in 2009, WhatsApp is one of the most […]Read More


Viber for Android – a complete guide

Viber is a free application for Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS that provides a service of sending messages, audio, and video calls completely free of charge via the internet. All that is needed for free communication is that both parties have Viber installed on their device and internet access. Viber provides the most features of […]Read More


Zoom for Android a complete guide

Zoom is a free video-conferencing app for Android. With a huge number of people trying to social distance themselves as the world tries to cope with the spread of COVID 19, Zoom has become the most popular video conferencing app. A representative from Zoom said that in December 2019, Zoom recorded an average of 10 […]Read More


Zoom for Windows a complete guide

Zoom is one of the most popular programs for video conferencing, online video meetings, online classes, etc., and its user base exploded with the COVID-19 crisis, due to the huge number of people who started working from home. Zoom stands out for several reasons. It supports all popular operating systems: Windows 7, 8, 10, macOS, […]Read More