Google Drive vs. Google Photos: What's the difference?
Google offers two different apps you can use to upload and share photos: Google Drive and Google Photos. That seems like one too many—at least, it did to me. But after looking into it, it turns out these services are pretty different.
By Justin Pot
4 min read
Password manager showdown: LastPass vs. 1Password
Passwords are terrible. They're either too easy to guess or impossible to remember, and using the same one everywhere is practically inviting hackers to take down all of your accounts at once. Which is why password managers are a good idea.
By Zac Kandell
16 min read
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eCommerce Website Builder Showdown: Shopify vs. Squarespace
With the availability of eCommerce website builders, it's easy to open an online store. And while Shopify has long been a popular go-to for DIY eCommerce, Squarespace is coming up strong as a notable contender.
By Matt Ellis
8 min read
Project Management Software Showdown: Trello vs. Asana
There are dozens of excellent project management apps out there, each with its own unique advantages and disadvantages. Two of the most popular are Asana and Trello, which has many people trying to choose between them.
By Marshall Gunnell
7 min read
Survey Maker Showdown: Google Forms vs. Survey Monkey
Survey software helps you create surveys to collect data and gather feedback from a broad audience. You can ask questions in a variety of formats, solicit responses through multiple channels, and chart your data to get a big-picture view of all responses.
By Laura McPherson
9 min read
Website Builder Showdown: Wix vs. Weebly
A professional website is a must-have, whether you're a small business or an independent professional. Website builders allow you to easily build and customize your website without hiring a developer or a designer.
By David Harrington
10 min read
Note Taking Apps Showdown: Google Keep vs. Evernote
There are a lot of reasons why you might need a notes app. Maybe you're practicing GTD and are looking for a quick way to capture to-dos the moment you think of them. Maybe you need a record of decisions made and topics discussed during meetings at work.
By Francesco D'Alessio
9 min read
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