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Google Chrome has a handy password manager that helps you store username and passwords for different sites. This article shows you how to view your saved passwords in Google Chrome on both Desktop and mobile.
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There are times when you call the correct number but no one answers your calls and your texts are ignored. Even though you can't be sure about whether they blocked your number unless you ask the person, there are some signs that will help you figure it out. Here are different ways to know if someone blocked your number on iPhone, iMessage, and Android.
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How to Clear Google Search History
Follow this guide to know how to clear the Google Search history from your Google account, from Chrome or Mozilla Firefox web browser on a computer and on a mobile device (Android, iOS).
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You can easily capture your phone screen then view and edit it. Here's how to take a screenshot on Android regardless of the version of Android your phone is running.
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How to register and activate the Google Play Pass
Google Play Pass is the best app out there with hundreds of games and apps with no ads or in-app purchases. Currently, Google Play Pass is only available in certain countries, and it costs a monthly fee, though the price is quite low. Google Play Pass runs on Android 4.4 and up.
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PayPal -
PayPal is an American online payment service. It allows users to transfer funds electronically, between PayPal accounts, or between PayPal and bank accounts.
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Google Maps -
Google Maps, launched in February 2005, is a web mapping service developed by Google. It offers satellite imageries, street maps, 360° panoramic views of streets (Street View), real-time traffic conditions (Google Traffic), and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle, or public transportation.
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