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How to switch to Outlook.com using the new Gmail import tool

Switching e-mail providers can be a point of consternation for some people. Outlook.com now has an import tool to make switching from Gmail a worry-free task.

By Dec. 17, 2013


How to import your Google Reader data to Feedly

Feedly now supports importing Google Reader data. If you want to give Feedly a try, we'll show you how to import your subscriptions.

By Jul. 12, 2013


Correction: Easily import Astrid tasks to Any.Do on Android

This story initially said the import feature works on both Android and iOS. It appears to be working only on Android right now.

By Jul. 9, 2013


Easily import Astrid tasks to Any.Do on Android

Worried that all your tasks will disappear if Yahoo shuts down Astrid? Now you can easily migrate them from Astrid to Any.Do.

By May. 13, 2013


Clash of Clans on Android: How to import your game from iOS

The popular Clash of Clans game is no longer iOS-only. Here's how Android users can get started. And yes, players can keep their villages in sync across both major platforms.

By Oct. 8, 2013


Instagram video gets import option, works on more Android phones

With the update, video is accessible to more people, as Instagram continues to duke it out with Vine for the crown in mobile video.

By Aug. 7, 2013


How to import your Google Reader data to Digg Reader

If you've saved your Google Reader data, you can start importing the data into alternative readers, like Digg Reader.

By Jul. 3, 2013


Need that iPhone or Android photo fast? Import quickly to Mac with built-in Preview

You don't have to load iPhoto to get pictures off your smartphone and onto your Mac. The Preview app is a quick and easy alternative.

By Mar. 8, 2013


How to import RSS feeds into Tumblr

Tumblr turned off RSS importing last year, much to the consternation of many users. Fortunately, a free Webapp called TumblRSS lets users create posts from RSS feeds in Tumblr.

By Jan. 17, 2012


Microsoft wins import ban on some Motorola phones

The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled that the handset maker infringed on a Microsoft patent and blocked the import of relevant Moto phones.

By May. 18, 2012