And now you have the option of either making a voice or video call, along with various features from the apps, like chat and group calls. A good basic rule of thumb: use the app where your friends or family are.If they like to connect there, it will be the easiest place to find them.Remember that with the apps, you don’t have to make video calls.

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A couple of months ago, the Columbia University email system was moved over to Google Apps for faculty and it significantly affected my email workflow.

The move meant I now have three gmail accounts, the other two being my personal email account, and one associated with the company I founded, Infinio.

Note that these are not spam emails, but emails I am mildly interested in and occasionally useful.

Google seemed to be doing a very good job of filing the messages appropriately and only occasionally I needed to refile a message back to by primary tab.

While getting a clutter free inbox was great, there are features in the Apple Mail client that I started to miss.

I have been an Apple Mail user for over a decade now, and while it has many faults there are many things to like about it, especially compared to web based gmail clients.

There are so many viable options to do it now, and you don’t have to pay an arm and a leg anymore to the wireless carriers. The programs that began on the computer as a low-cost alternative to making expensive phone calls now have apps, and you can use them much in the same way.

The old way: two people connect via computer and talk via webcam.

But if your mom is on Android and you're on Apple, you're out of luck. Look for the green camera icon on your mobile screen or in the menu of your desktop.--The Line app dominates in Asia, but it's starting to make inroads here in the U. with a delicious offer: free international calls to land lines as long as you watch a 15 second ad first. Give it a try: it's the most colorful and fun of the free phone apps, best known for introducing "stickers," to instant messages to pretty up your texts, from the likes of Pokemon and Mickey Mouse, to Dragon Ball and Star Wars.