A couple of you guys have been wondering how they could use Spotify knowing that its not available in their country, well today, you’re going to know how.

First of all you need to use a VPN (Virtual Private Network): I usually use TunnelBear because its is free and it give me 500mb every month (download it here), but there are numerous VPN that are as good as TunnelBear.

After downloading, installing TunnelBear and signing up, you log in and choose what country to redirect to; I use “USA” because it will be use to set the language in Spotify ads.

Secondly, While using the VPN (witch means that you are in the US) go to Spotify’s website and click Play Free. Then you’ll be asked to log in (if you already have an account) or sign up using email address or using Facebook, I usually go with sign up using Facebook. Afterward, you’ll be redirected to the download page where the download starts automatically.

Finally, you may need to disable the VPN while installing Spotify, because it will download installation files, and there enable it in order to log in to you account using the desktop app.

Once logged in, you can disable the VPN and use the app as normal as it supposed to be.

For those who want to use the mobile version of Spotify, freely without any restrictions, download the apk  from here  install it and then sign up (you must have a VPN (like TunnelBear) running on your phone).

Once in a while, Spotify will tell you that your country has changed, you just need to close Spotify, connect to the VPN open Spotify and wait until you see you full username appears (if you had choose to sign up with Facebook) after this you can disable the VPN and you good to go until the next time.

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[#TUTOS] How to automatically download from uTorrent

Hi guys,

I know a lot of you would like to download their favorites TV Shows that airs at 3 or 4 A.M. but you are to lazy to wake up to set the download. Don’t worry, µTorrent made that easy for you and today I’m going to show you how.


1\ Obviously, µTorrent (I’m currently using the 3.0 version).
2\ Some RSS Feed (will talk about that a bit later).
3\ Enough storage on you hard drive.


1\ Install µTorrent on your machine.
2\ Go to ShowRSS to set up your RSS Feed.
2.1\ Go to the “feeds” tab.
2.2\ Set the quality to “Only 720 D Torrent” if you want
2.3\ Pick your show; in this tuto I’m going to choose “Suits”
2.4\ Leave the rest like it is and click “Generate Feed” next to the show you picked.
2.5\ Your RSS Feed it is setup just copy it.
3.\ On the left panel look for “Feeds” right click and choose add “RSS Feed…”.
3.1\ You notice that the link to your RSS feed is already there.
3.2\ Make sure to choose “Do not automatically download all items.” Its reaaaaaaaaaally important that you do this.
3.3\ And the just click okay.
4\ Go to µTorrent And Option tab and choose RSS Downloader or just click CTRL+R on your keyboard.
4.1\ Click the “Add” Button at the bottom.
4.2\ In the “Filter Settings” and do as in the picture below.

5\ You’re good to go; just leave you pc on and µTorrent running the night of the airing and you should have it downloaded by the morning (according to you internet speed)

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[#APPS] SeriesGuide

A sweet little app that allows you to keep track on your favorite TV Shows.
It also, tells you how mush you spent watching TV Shows (currently I’m at 190 days, 5 hours and 15 minutes).
It gives you an ETA on the next aired episode of you favorite TV Show.

It isn’t an exclusive TV tracker app; you can also track movies the one you watched and the ones you want to watch.

The best part, for an otaku like me, you can also track you favorite MANGA \o/

The app is available on android (4.0.3 and above) and also to Amazon devices. Check their site for the download links