16 March 2013

Chrome's Integration With Google Search

I've recently updated my Chromebook to the latest dev channel release of the Chrome OS and I've noticed a lot of intriguing new features that are likely to be added to all platforms. All the features are still experimental, so they could change before they make it to the stable channel.

The new tab page is now Google's homepage without the navigation, the footer and the search buttons. The only thing that's kept from the old version of the new tab page is the list of frequently visited pages, but you can only see 4 pages instead of 8. The apps are available in the app launcher and there's also an "Apps" button in the bookmarks bar that links to a new internal page (it's empty right now).

What happens when you try to use the search box? It's just like the search box from Google's homepage, you're starting to type and the search box changes its position. This time, you're using Chrome's omnibox to type your query. As you can see, it's a clever trick: Chrome shows the familiar search box from Google's homepage, but it sends you to its own address bar.

The most interesting change is that Google no longer shows the URL in the address bar for Google search results pages. Instead you'll see the query you've just typed, so you can easily change it. In fact, Google's search results pages no longer include a search box and you're only left with Chrome's omnibox.

All of these features closely integrate Google Search with Chrome. Google will find a way to make these features work even if you use Bing or Yahoo as a default search engine, but it's obvious that they're optimized for Google Search. If you also enable instant search in Chrome, search results pages will load as you type the query in the omnibox.

There are some things I don't like. Loading Google's homepage (actually this page: https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&espv=2) every time you open a new page is inefficient and unnecessary. The updated new tab page lacks many of the features that made it useful: loading almost instantly and displaying a list of pages you are likely to visit, including frequently visited pages, apps, pages you've recently closed or pages from other devices.

Closely integrating Chrome with Google Search breaks a lot of things. For example, you can't edit the URL to tweak some parameters, the "I'm feeling lucky" feature is no longer available and the omnibox doesn't include visual spell checking, enhanced suggestions and probably other features. Suddenly, an important part of the search page will be included in Chrome and that's strange. And all of this to teach Chrome users to search from the omnibox.

"Since we launched Chrome, the team has continued to work on ways to make it fast and simple for people to use. To that end, we're going to begin testing variations of Chrome's New Tab page (NTP) in which a user's default search provider will be able to add a search box or otherwise customize the NTP. While you can search straight from the omnibox in Chrome, we've found that many people still navigate to their search engine's home page to initiate a search instead. The goal is to save people time by helping them search and navigate the web faster. We'll also allow search engines to display the user's search terms right in the omnibox, which avoids the need for a second search box on the results page," informed the Chromium blog in December.

Enhance Pandora’s Music Magic With These Great Tools

For those of you who still haven’t heard of Pandora, it’s an online website that allows you to stream music for free. Unlike other music streaming services, Pandora isn’t built on the idea that you should be able to freely add whatever songs to a playlist for leisure listening. Instead, the service is all about finding songs and artists that are similar to your current tastes.

Pandora manages to accomplish this using the Music Genome Project, which analyzes music with the help of actual musicians to form a database that can compare and contrast music at a fundamental level. All this to say, if you type in a song or artist, Pandora will constantly stream songs that are similar to it.

Over time, however, Pandora’s flaws do start to become noticeable. While we have an article on cool things you can do with Pandora, this post will focus on external tools that make Pandora more accessible and more convenient for the average user.


Elpis is my most favorite Pandora-related application. In Greek mythology, Pandora opened her box and released evil unto the world, but one thing remained in that box: the Greek god of hope, Elpis. Having used this program for a few months now, I can confidently say that Elpis has restored my hope in Pandora.

In short, Elpis is a standalone desktop program that connects to your Pandora account and streams your stations. With it, you can add new stations, delete old ones, control it using remote media keys (if you have them), thumbs up and thumbs down, and more. Super bonus: it’s entirely free and open source.

It always irked me that I had to have my browser open to listen to Pandora, mostly because of the wasted screen/tab estate. It’s a small complaint, sure, but Elpis is just so convenient that it might be the best Pandora-related program out there. Period.


PRadio (which I assume is a squishing together of Pandora Radio) is a Windows 8 app that integrates the goodness of Pandora straight into the new operating system. With it, you can play songs and view stations using Windows 8’s Modern UI. The integration is actually pretty handy since you can pin certain stations for direct access.

Some people believe that Windows 8 is still missing a few necessary features and others are saying that Windows 8 didn’t live up to its expectations, but I know a lot of people who have already made the switch. If you’re one of those people and you love listening to Pandora, then PRadio might be the app that improves your quality of listen – even if by just a little bit.


Maybe you don’t mind listening to Pandora in a browser (maybe your browser is open 24/7 already), but there are some quirks of the web-based interface that you don’t like. If you use Chrome, there’s an answer for you: Anesidora. It’s a Chrome extension that allows you to play Pandora without dedicating a tab.

Anesidora is a simple browser dropdown that comes complete with play controls. It uses fewer system resources than Flash or HTML5, so it’s preferable on slower machines (e.g., netbooks). It’s not an official Chrome extension, possibly due to copyright concerns and other issues, so you’ll need to download and install Anesidora off the official site.

For a more complete review, check out Aaron’s Anesidora overview.


FindThatBand is a browser extension available on Chrome and Firefox. It’s not exactly specific to Pandora, but it’s definitely useful in connection with Pandora. Basically, whenever you come across a song or artist while browsing the web, you can highlight the term, right click, and use FindThatBand to learn more.

So, for example, if you came across Britney Spears on the web and you highlighted her name, you could right click and select “Find on Pandora” to immediately start a new station for Britney Spears. This is really useful if you come across a song or artist and you want more music that’s similar to that one.


Pandora is a great service that played its part in pioneering online radio for the masses. It may not be as pick-and-choose as other services that are now available, but I like it for what it is. If you like Pandora but you’re looking for something that will add a dash of spice, try one of the tools listed above. They all make Pandora just a little more convenient for everyday use.

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A Google Experiment Hides the Navigation Bar

There's an interesting Google experiment that seems to be limited to Chrome 27 (dev/canary channel). The experiment removes Google's navigation bar from both the homepage and the search results pages.

To confirm that the experiment is limited to Chrome 27, I opened Firefox, changed the user agent to "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1) AppleWebKit/537.33 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/27.0.1441.2 Safari/537.33" and the navigation bar was gone.

Maybe the experiment has something to do with all the other strange features that will be added to Chrome: search box on the new tab page, special Google interface that removes the search box, replacing the URL with the search terms in the address bar for search results pages. More about this in a future post.

Top 5 Google Chrome Browser Extensions

Google Chrome browser is very popular on the web. Basically browser means this is the connecting software of netizens to the World Wide Web (WWW). The Chrome browser is one of the product of Google. Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. Download the Chrome here


Special features of Google Chrome:

  • One box for everything: Type in the address bar and get suggestions for both search and web pages.

  • Thumbnails of your top sites: Access your favorite pages instantly with lightning speed from any new tab.

  • Incognito mode: Don't want pages you visit to show up in your web history? Choose incognito mode for private browsing.

  • Safe browsing: Google Chrome warns you if you're about to visit a suspected phishing, malware or otherwise unsafe website.

There are lacks of Extensions are providing from Chrome web store. In that we are introducing few extensions. These extensions can add to your chrome browser very easily. Let us see the Extensions in detail.

1. iStart: iStart, next generation new tab page. Stop wasting your time for search an app or organize it. Use the fast access bar, type some letters of an apps name and launch the app! Special Features are - drag & drop, images/icons, change colors of the tiles, Metro Styled "new tab page", navigate with your keyboard, edit the items ( without registration), fully customable, fast-access-bar, manage your apps, active widgets, change background color. Link to integrate the application iStart

iStart chrome extension

2. Youtube Video Downloader: Downloading YouTube videos have become so popular. While downloading a video from YouTube, to “Download video ” is troublesome for many people. In order to find a way to download videos without problem, I created Free YouTube Video Downloader. The purpose of this downloader is to capture any video from YouTube. This downloader is fastest and reliable way of downloading all videos. Nearly 43,000+ users are using. Integrate the application in your Chrome Browser

3. ESPN Cricinfo: The Cricinfo app is an advanced HTML5 application which uses some of the most cutting-edge techniques and technology to provide a fresh, exciting way of consuming ESPNcricinfo, the world’s largest, oldest and favorite cricket website. The main features are - News and features from the world's best cricket journalists, Advert-free, Full-size photos, Notification of new stories, Keyboard navigation (just tap left or right to go to the next story or photo), Elegant fonts, Super fast, Plenty more features coming soon as we build, learn and rebuild. Add to your Chrome Browser Now

ESPN Cricinfo chrome extension

4. Facebook Color Changer: This extension allows you to change how Facebook appears to you. Initially after installing Facebook will appear to be exactly the same as normal. To change the colors, navigate to a Facebook page and then click the colorful icon in the address bar (Color 1 and Color 2). Two color pickers will show, and by clicking or dragging the crosshairs and arrows you can select two colors and your Facebook will automatically change to these new colors. After you have selected new colors then Facebook will display all pages in this color scheme for you. And if you want, you can always revert back to the default colors with one click on the link under the color pickers. Nearly 546,871 users are using. Add this application to your Chrome browser and change the colors of your facebook color.

Facebook color changer chrome extension

5. BIODIGITAL HUMAN: The BioDigital Human is a 3D platform that simplifies the understanding of anatomy, disease and treatments. Interactive tools for exploring, dissecting, and sharing custom views, combined with detailed medical descriptions provide an unprecedented new visual format to learn about your body. This app uses the exciting new web standard for 3D - WebGL . At this time not all graphics cards are supported. Nearly 1,230,238 users are using. Add to your chrome browser here or download from direct site.

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Songza: A Fun, Free, Easy Way To Listen To Streaming Music That’s Right For Your Mood And Day

Music is important. The right song at the right time can make a big difference, as Hollywood has shown us countless times. But soundtracks aren’t just for films – they work for life, too. Sitting down in front of the computer to work, like I’m doing right now, is an emotionally neutral experience. Music is what adds that human flavor, and it can make the difference between a bland, boring (or even sad) day, and a fun, energetic one. Songza is a free online service for streaming music that’s appropriate for the current time and circumstances, and it’s wonderfully effective. It’s also US-only, but don’t let that stop you – we’ll get to that in a moment.

Songza is far from the first music streaming service we’ve reviewed. We’ve previously looked at Grooveshark, shared tips about using Spotify more effectively, and looked at an add-on that lets you enjoy Pandora with no ads. But there’s something that makes Songza unique: Its ability to help you find not just “music you like,” but music that’s right for this very moment – music that works with whatever you’re trying to do.

Accessing Songza Globally

First, an important word on availability. There are few things more frustrating than reading a rave review about some service, only to discover you’re barred from using it due to your location. So, yes, Songza is geographically limited. But don’t let that stop you! I’m using the excellent UnoDNS to access it (and Hulu, and many other services) regardless of my location. You could also use a VPN to access Songza from anywhere. The bottom line here is that it’s easy and inexpensive (and if you happen to be reading this from the US, well, lucky you).

The Music Concierge

Like so many other streaming services, Songza lets you search for artists you like, or hunt for playlists. Yay – that’s nice, but not overly exciting. Where it shines is the unique Music Concierge feature, which is a concept I haven’t seen anywhere else:


Whereas other services just find music I like, or maybe music based on artists, Songza uses a time-based approach. As I access the site, it detects the current time and date (in my own location – geolocation isn’t an issue for this feature). I then get to pick one of five probable activities Songza could help me with right now. These change according to the day or week – for example, Songza tends to offer “cooking” as an activity on some evenings. I find the icons beautifully descriptive, and there’s always at least one activity that describes well what I’m trying to do. In this case, I’m going to click through to “Easing into the Day”:


This takes me into the second stage of the Concierge process, asking me to pick a genre. Again, the descriptions are succinct, but they work. Not just “Indie,” but “Warm & Wistful Indie.” The adjectives help. “Easy-going folk” sounds appealing to me right now, so let’s go with that:


Finally, Songza boils down my selections into one of three possible playlists, each with a nice handwritten description, and artist thumbnails. Let’s zoom in one one to get a closer look at the text:


You don’t have to read the whole description, of course. One of the few drawbacks of the Concierge interface is that the thumbnails are almost useless at this point: They’re tiny, and hovering the mouse over them yields no further information. Worse still, clicking on a thumbnail (perhaps in hope of artist information), just takes you to the station and starts playing. Annoying, but a minor point overall.

Once you find a station that seems nice, just click Play, and go back to whatever it is you were doing before. The right music will effortlessly fill the room (or your ear buds, as the case may be):


Described in detail, the Concierge process may seem lengthy; it really isn’t. It usually takes me about 15 seconds between the time I go on Songza and the first song starts to play – and it’s almost always a song that’s right for the moment.

There’s More to Songza

This isn’t an exhaustive review of Songza, because a part of the fun is about exploring the service on your own. As you can see above, you can navigate playlists – something I haven’t gone into at all.

It does, however, showcase Songza’s crowning feature – the Concierge. To me, that’s the real reason to use the service. That, and the lack of audio ads, make it better than Pandora, at least to me.

What about you? What do you use to stream music? Did you try out the Concierge? Let me know below!

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Make It Your Own: 8 Useful Tools For Customizing Windows 8

Windows 8 isn’t quite as configurable out-of-the-box as previous versions of Windows, lacking such seemingly important features as the ability to boot to the desktop and run “Modern” applications in windows. For all its problems, Windows 8 is still Windows, and Windows is a very configurable operating system. These third-party utilities allow us to do things Microsoft has made impossible by default or easily change settings Microsoft has hidden.

Whether you want to run Modern apps in windows on your desktop, use a Start menu, create custom tiles for your Start screen, or tweak every little part of the system, there’s a developer out there who has worked hard on overcoming Windows 8’s limitations.


OblyTile allows you to create your own custom tiles for desktop applications, websites, folders, and anything else you like. You can download pre-created tile images, so you don’t have to make your own. Your custom desktop shortcuts can look much nicer than the dull desktop shortcut tiles Windows 8 uses by default.



Windows 8’s new Modern environment doesn’t allow you to run Modern applications in windows on your desktop. Microsoft doesn’t seem to think this is a problem, but Stardock has fixed this with their ModernMix application. ModernMix allows you to run Modern apps in a window on your desktops, even having multiple Modern apps on your desktop at the same time. Like other Stardock applications, it’s free for 30 days and will cost you a one-time fee of $5 afterwards. ModernMix is currently the only application that offers this feature.



By default, you can’t choose your own Start screen background image. (Windows 8 does allow you to change your lock screen image for some reason, however.) Stardock’s Decor8 allows you to set a custom background image and color scheme for your Start screen. It’s free for 30 days and will cost you $5 afterwards.

If you’re looking for something that’s permanently free, you can try Windows 8 Start Screen Customizer, although it hasn’t worked properly for us in the past. Decor8 seems much more polished and less buggy.

windows 8 background wallpaper

Start Menus, Boot to Desktop, and Hot Corners

Windows 8 replaces the Start menu with the new full-screen Start screen. If you’d rather have a traditional Start menu, there are quite a few third-party Start menus available for Windows 8. Manufacturers like Samsung and Lenovo are even creating their own Start menus and shipping them with their new Windows 8 PCs.

We’ve covered several start menus for Windows 8 in more detail, including Stardock’s polished (but paid) Start8 and the free Classic Shell. IObit also offers a free, polished Start menu for Windows 8.

These Start menus also allow you to boot straight to the desktop and disable the hot corners that activate Windows 8’s charms and app switcher when you move your mouse to the corners of the screen. You can still access these features with the appropriate Windows 8 hotkeys, even if you opt to disable the hot corners.

windows 8 start menu


Windows 8 automatically selects window border colors by default, but you can also select a color from a short list of provided colors. With Aero8Tuner, you can select any custom border color and color balance you like. You can also enable an Aero Glass-like transparency effect with this tool, although the transparency is very buggy and you probably won’t want to use it for long.

windows 8 background

Win+X Menu Editor

Windows 8 has a special “power-user menu” that appears when you press Windows Key + X or right-click at the bottom-left corner of your screen. It’s full of links to things like the Control Panel and Device Manager.

If you want to add your own custom program shortcuts to this list or modify the existing ones, you can do easily customize the menu with Win+X Menu Editor.

win x-menu-editor

Alt Tab Tuner VIII

The Alt+Tab dialog is extremely customizable. In addition to adjusting the thumbnail, icon, and margin sizes, you can also opt to use a class-style Alt+Tab dialog. However, these settings are buried in the Windows registry. Alt Tab Tuner VIII allows you to adjust these settings without using the registry.


Start Screen Animations Tweaker

You can tweak the Start screen’s animations, but these settings are also buried in the registry.Start Screen Animations Tweaker allows you to tweak these animations without looking up registry settings.

windows 8 start screen

You can still customize the desktop’s animations through the Control Panel. To learn more about Windows 8, consult our free guide to Windows 8.

Do you have any other favorite Windows 8 tweaking applications? Share them in the comments!

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Top 10 Creative Uses For Dropbox Or Other Cloud Storage

The cloud is no longer a technology fad. It is very much mainstream. It is so mainstream now that even enterprise scale applications have flown in droves to the cloud. The agility, flexibility, and low-cost scale ups turn cloud storage options into more than an online vault to back up your documents and files. But cloud storage is more than these important but mundane uses. As users across the world prove, cloud storage gives us so many creative uses to try out.

What’s also attractive is cloud services like Dropbox, SkyDrive, Google Drive, Sugar Sync etc. come with free options. The no-cent big-gain appeal should encourage you to explore your own ways of creatively using Dropbox or other cloud storage services.

Here are some creative uses for cloud storage (Dropbox) we have explored before…

Justin took us through quite a few creative uses for Dropbox like syncing any folder or your entire eBook library; or even monitoring your computer or hosting a website. If you are really interested in the latter, here’s an in-depth guide on how to host a simple website on Dropbox. That should save you a bundle on web hosting charges. Why only a website, you can create a portfolio on Dropbox and listen to music while you are at it. That’s definitely not the end – Justin was at it again as he took his gaming to the cloud along with his BitTorrent downloads.

Our cloud adventures don’t end there. This article will dish out a few more creative uses you can put your Dropbox, SkyDrive, Google Drive (or any other) account to. Here’s hoping some strike your fancy.

IFTTT & Its Godsend Recipes for Creatively Using Cloud Storage

Talk about sheer laziness. The productivity boosting channel connecting service called IFTTT does all the heavy-lifting for you. If you haven’t heard of IFTTT so far, you have been living in Siberian cave for sure because the service is letting us automate the web like never before. But then, you can follow this briefer article on how to create your own IFTTT recipes.

One of my favorite IFTTT recipes is backing up my favorite articles to any of the cloud storage services. IFTTT recipes cover the three more popular ones – Dropbox, Google Drive, and Skydrive. You can create your own ones of course. To use ready-made recipes, log into IFTTT and click on Browse. Use the search box to search for any recipe tailor made for a specific cloud storage service. Just to illustrate…

Save your favorites from Pocket to Dropbox as PDF files

The IFTTT recipe takes the URL of an article saved with the Pocket bookmarking service – converts it into PDF and ‘downloads’ it to your Dropbox folder.

Save your favorites from Google Reader to SkyDrive

Just to illustrate that a similar action can be performed with any other application with an open API, we have this IFTTT recipe that saves starred Google Reader feeds as a PDF into SkyDrive.

You can also use similar recipes if you have a different bookmarking service…like Readability. Tell us about your favorite IFTTT recipe that marries another web app with a cloud storage.

Distraction Free Writing and Automatic Syncing

Write Box is an absolutely minimalistic writing app that works from your browser. More specifically, it is defined as a simple text editor for your Dropbox data that helps you to concentrate on what you want to write and share your text via the cloud. Write Box can be synced with both Dropbox and Google Drive. You can use it to draft speeches, write notes, and why not even more wordy documents and keep them synced with the cloud.

Dropbox specific text editors are perfect fit for iPad and tablets when you want to create and share something on the go. Some like Plain Text (free) and Elements ($4.99) are worth a look.

Securely Receive Files from Anyone

Yaara covered 5 different ways to send files to your Dropbox even if the sender does not use Dropbox. JotForms and Drop It To Me seem to be the more elegant solutions. AirDropper is no longer free and now comes with a 7-Day trial.

Use Dropbox to Auto Recover From MS Word Crashes

Thanks to Redditor v12SPD for this ‘life-saving’ tip. A simple workaround enables you to auto-save your Word documents to the Dropbox folder and have them synced online. In case of a doomsday event, you can always use the version saved in the cloud to manually recover the Word document or allow MS Word to do it automatically from the Dropbox folder on your hard drive. The simple tweak involves changing the auto-recover file location from the default to “Dropbox” in Word Options.

Insurance Claim Redressals

We go back to Reddit and TKC_Panda who has a very useful advice for us in case of a natural calamity:

Take photos and/or video of your possessions within and around your house that are most valuable. Upload them, along with any other important digital files/media into a private photo. This way, in case the worst happens and you lose your home and everything in it (like a computer/HDD), you’ll still have access and it will help with the insurance claim process.

Create Your Menu in the Cloud

I use this quite often when I am travelling and come across a unique dish or a recipe. You can try this out by creating a Recipe folder (or any other name) on Dropbox. Capture the recipe in an image with your smartphone’s camera and sync it to Dropbox when you are online. Your favorite dishes remain available in the cloud and across all devices with Dropbox.

Offline Maps with the Help of Dropbox

Chrome has a very handy Print to PDF option. If you are navigationally challenged, here is a nice tip – you can find directions on Google Maps and then use the Print to PDF option to send the file to the folder which syncs with Dropbox. You can even sync it with Google Drive from the Print dialog. Even without Chrome, you can turn your maps into PDF files and send them to Dropbox. This enables your mobile devices (or any other with Dropbox installed) to be synced as well. It is a useful backup to have in case you hit a zone without internet and you have to go offline.

Trace a Stolen or Lost Mobile / Laptop

Dropbox’s default behavior is to start up with the computer or the mobile. In the unfortunate event of your laptop or mobile being stolen, you can use the Dropbox web log-in and attempt to recover it. Dropbox records the IP addresses of your devices that have the cloud storage app installed and are logged into it. So, if your computer or mobile is switched on and Dropbox starts up with it, the location can be traced back from the IP address. All you have to do is…

1. Log into Dropbox.com.

2. From the dropdown next to your name on the top-right, click Settings.

3. Click on the Security tab. Under My Devices hover the mouse over the small ‘i’ icon. The most recent activity displays the IP address and it can be presumed that is can be traced back to the source of the theft.

Of course, this method is bit of a hit and a miss, but it gives you the second best chance to locate your laptop or mobile in case you don’t have any anti-theft application installed.

Do a Survey with Excel and SkyDrive

Excel Surveys was released on SkyDrive last year and by now it should have made it to most computers. Excel Surveys could be a great way to organize a home party or any small event like a coaching your son’s soccer team. Just like any other kind of survey, you can collect information from your friends and family and use it as a decision making tool.

1. Log into SkyDrive. Click the Create button to expand the dropdown and then click on Excel Survey.

2. Excel Survey displays a simple form that you can use to enter the question to be asked in the survey.

You can preview your survey when it is finished, and then you can share the survey with your family and friends. You can shorten the URL and send it to anyone that you want to collect info from. The recipient receives the simple form to enter in their answers. You can use any of Excel’s powerful features to interpret the answers – for e.g. plot a pie chart.

You can also use a Google Form to do a similar survey and store the responses on Google Drive.

Use Genuine Microsoft Office For Free

This is not exactly a creative use, but a very intuitive one. Buying a genuine copy of MS Office could set you back by quite a bit. SkyDrive gives you the quickest and cheapest access to create documents on the go with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and even OneNote. The Office Web Apps are good enough for most daily uses. For instance, creating a to-do list on Office 365 using OneNote is a cinch. Then you have your 7 GB of storage for keeping your documents accessible from anywhere.

Different cloud services have different strengths. Dropbox is perhaps the most versatile because of the sheer breadth of apps that use its API. SkyDrive is immensely useful if you work a lot of Microsoft documents. Google Drive is great for storing PDFs because Google can search inside them for you. Whichever cloud storage you pick, you can find a creative use for them. And that’s why I think we will have to keep covering creative uses of cloud storage because it’s impossible to get them all in one go. I am sure you have your own way of using these cloud storage services. Do tell us in the comments. Your tips could be invaluable.

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