Tuesday, August 6, 2013
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Getting picture frames straight can take a little work with a level or a good eye. Reformed villain blog Evil Mad Scientist suggests placing rubber feet on the back of your frames to keep them in place.Packs of rubber feet stickers can be found at craft stores for fairly cheap. By attaching some to the backs of your framed pictures, you can ensure the photo or artwork stays level. As a bonus, this creates a buffer so that you don't risk damaging your walls with the pointed corners of the frame.Cure that crooked picture frame with rubber feet | Evil Mad Scientist
Android: AlarMe is a weather sensitive alarm clock that keeps an eye on the weather and will wake you accordingly so you're never late because of weather conditions. If it's raining or snowing, you can get up a little early to beat the traffic or shovel out the car.AlarMe lets you set up to six different weather profiles for each of your alarms. For example, if I say I want to wake up at 6:30am every morning, but I want an extra 15 minutes in case it's rainy and I know traffic will be a mess, or I want an extra half-hour to brush off the car if there's snow, I can tell AlarMe to wake me if the local weather notes that it's been raining or snowing this morning. I can even tell AlarMe to let me sleep in an extra 15 minutes if it's sunny and clear outside. If you live somewhere with violent thunderstorms, you can tell it to wake you up even earlier in case you need to batten down the hatches before going out, or because you know you don't plan to travel in the wind and hail and want to call your boss early to let them know.The app is free, but you only get two of those six weather profiles per alarm in the free version. To unlock all six, (and to set as many individual alarms as you want) you'll need to bump up to the Pro version, which will set you back $2 via in-app purchase. Thankfully, the free version is more than enough to get you started, and you can upgrade after you give the app a try and see if you need more alarms or weather profiles. Hit the link below to download it.AlarMe (Free) | Google Play
Android: Gmail just got a new update with a brand new inbox featuring labels, contact images, and indicators for your promotional, update, and social notifications. Additionally, new slide-out navigation makes it easy to access whatever you need when you need it.Google plans to roll out this update slowly over the next few weeks, but Android Police grabbed the APK and you can download it now from their site.New Gmail For Android v4.5 With Slide-Out Navigation And Brand New Inbox | Android PoliceScreenshots by Android Police.