TechChomps is a tech site focussing on technical writing, news and reviews for all the key software brands, including Windows, Android, Linux, Mac OS X, and iOS.
Founded in the year 2011 by a tech enthusiast, TechChomps has gradually grown into a reliable source of information for a variety of topics and people from over a hundred countries. We have been used as a source of information by some of the leading technology blogs and websites in the world including XDA-Developers, AnandTech, Android Pit, OnePlus, Android Central, Android Guys, CyanogenMod, and many more.
TechChomps enjoys helping people customize their mobile devices, teaching them helpful tips with computing, and covering the main news and reviews for each brand that routinely makes a name for themselves in the tech industry.
With roughly half a million views a month and thousands of people using our website every day putting their trust in the information coming from our pages, you can use our content with confidence in knowing that you are getting accurate information. If you notice any incorrect information or facts, we urge you to get in touch with us from our contact page so we can fix it.
Terms of service
This website is maintained for giving people information for education purposes. While it is true that each author writing for TechChomps has a long history in writing on tech, none of our work comes with a warranty or guarantees that it works for you when you visit. We do our best to create content and lay it out in a manner that gives people the highest level of assurance that things work. However, as with all things in tech, sometimes things can go wrong, and if they do, it falls back on you for choosing to do what you wanted to do.
We are interested in your tips, tricks, and informative information to help us create more content that helps serve the world. If you have any information that you think we might find valuable, send it to our contact page, and we will gladly take a look. We are always interested in topics for Linux, Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android and tech in general.
Contributing to team TechChomps
If writing is your passion and you know you are good at it and could help the team, you can send in your résumé using the contact page also. We always enjoy hearing from people who are passionate about joining our team.
Last but not least, it is important to mention that this website would not have grown to what it is today without the help from many people. From authors creating great content to friends helping with developing and server issues, without good friends and quality people we would not have gotten to where we are today. Thanks to everyone who has contributed in any way.
TechChomps always advertises responsibly by only using ads from trusted networks such as Google. We are also advocates of sponsoring content with banner ads because we think it provides one of the more sound business models in the world. The way it works is businesses get to advertise — which is critical for new businesses growth. We get to keep creating content and get paid for our work without having to charge our readers, and web surfers also get something out of the occasional advertisements that they see (yes, some people do make use of them — we have the stats!). That said, we also know that many people (including some smart people) choose to block ads from every website and then whitelist the sites they like. We don’t think that way works very well because hardly anyone whitelists websites. To help tackle the issue, ConsumingTech has an account at PayPal.Me/consumingtech. The PayPal.com website is a place you can visit to help fund us directly if you are a regular reader and prefer to block our ads instead of reading with the banner ads surrounding the content. Funding us helps us continue to create new content from a home instead of the street, so it’s kind of a big deal (although we will continue to write either way.)