Tap Hosting Review: A Modern Free WordPress Hosting

Looking for free WordPress hosting on Google is a bit dangerous and scary. Most of the time you end up in websites that offer a service that is too good to be true. Trying them could lead to bad things or you won’t even be able to try because you will be bombarded with ads, pop-ups and “click here” in order to sign up but it doesn’t actually work.

When you happen to find one that is true, it looks ugly, horrible UI and it’s so confusing for people who just want to start a website.

These are all true things, for example:

WPNode offers a free WordPress hosting, but it’s not available at the moment due to a “huge amount of applications.”

000Webhost: This is one of the most popular free hosting services out there. You can sign up and start using it now, but it will take you a lot of time to understand how to set things up correctly. It’s confusing.

For those of you who are going to say, “WordPress.com.” DUH! I’m going to say that although it’s WordPress, you won’t be getting the full experience and sadly, you are missing out on a lot of cool things.

If you are happy with the limitation of WordPress.com then that’s great, but if you want to get the true and full experience of WordPress, then I would ask you to join Tap: A Modern Free WordPress Hosting.

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Firefox Adds Pocket as a Built-In Extension

Mozilla announced that the new version of their web browser Firefox will be shipped with Pocket Extension built right in.
Pocket has been for a long time a great place for me to collect articles photos and any kind of links in general that I want to look at later.

With this move, Pocket is guaranteed to be seen by more than half a billion users world wide.

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Microsoft OneNote Publisher WordPress Plugin Review

This might sound weird, but I’m writing this article in OneNote to test out the newly released Microsoft OneNote Publisher WordPress Plugin, which allow you to import your notes to WordPress and then publish them.

I want to see if my format will still look the same, and if it’s easy to use, and If it actually work.

Let’s see how it will go

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A Look Canvas Ads from The Next Web

The Next Web has been busy lately redesigning their website, and introducing a new kind of ads. They are called Canvas Ads. These ads are far from what Google adsCarbon ads and THEDECK offer, its way more beautiful.

I’ve always believed that if there’s something that someone else did and you don’t like, then do it yourself and do it the way you’ve always wanted, I guess this is how The Next Web team was thinking when they made Canvas Ads.

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Verizon Buys Aol for $4.4 Billion

Guess what! Today I’m going tell you the news about two companies that I’ve never mentioned before in my site, Verizon and Aol…Ok let’s be fare, I mentioned Aol before when they shutdown TUAW.

If you read the title then I’m sure you already know what this news article is all about but let’s write it here again: Verizon Buys Aol for $4.4 Billion.

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CleanMyMac 3 Review: Powerful Cleaning Tools for Mac

As an app reviewer, I tend to try new apps every single day. One app after another and at the end of day, I end up with two things:

  • A good app that turns into a review
  • GBs of files that take up memory

In order to clean this mess, I can go into each app to look for a clear cache option or simply delete it. However, even that leaves a lot of unwanted files in my Mac that accumulate quickly and take up a lot of memory.

I always turn to my trusted app CleanMyMac. It helps me free up space on my Mac, uninstall apps and even boost up its speed with only one click.

Dive into this CleanMyMac 3 Review to learn all about this powerful app.

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Intel wants to protect your smartwatches with anti-virus software

Tom Warren from The Verge:

Intel just announced anti-virus software for smartwatches. Yes, that’s right, for smartwatches. The chip maker is bundling its McAfee Mobile Security suite with LG’s recently announced Watch Urbane LTE. I’m not sure why, and I don’t think Intel is either. I asked Intel CEO Brian Krzanich why a smartwatch needs anti-virus software, and he compared the wrist-worn gadgets to air conditioners.

Here you go, bloatware should be available soon on your watch, and air conditioners too“brought by McAfee antivirus.”