Best Routers for Home use

When it comes to choosing the best router for your home, there are several factors you should consider. Here are a few of the most important.

First, you need to decide what type of router you need. There are three main types: wireless, wired, and dual-band.

Wireless routers are the most popular type, and they’re perfect if you just want to use your home network to connect devices like your laptop and phone. They’re easy to set up and use, and they’re usually less expensive than wired routers.

Wired routers are the most traditional type, and they’re perfect if you want to use your

Since I’ve developed Router Setup Page, I took some time to make a list of the most popular routers out there, in case you need some help to choose your next one.

1. ASUS AX5400Check Price
2. NETGEAR R6700AXCheck Price
3. TP-Link AX1800Check Price
4. NETGEAR Nighthawk R6700Check Price
5. TP-Link AC1750Check Price

No More Waste v3.1.0.0 under development!

Hi guys, I am developing a new version of No More Waste which includes several improvements in both performance and quality.

In this version you will be able to share storage compartments (such as pantries, fridges,…) with your friends! This will allow more convenient and easy management with the people with whom you share food.

No More Waste v3.0.2.1

In this update I fixed an issue regarding the barcode scanner returning the barcode number instead of the food name in certain devices.

Moreover, I fixed a bug introduced by the latest Google APIs.

Apps updated

Hey, after fully recovering from a Covid-19 sickness period I am back on track and updating/fixing my apps.

I also published a new version of No More Waste on the Play Store that can support future updates and improvements. You’re now asked to register to the app so that I can better manage the cloud functions, together with new features that I am developing.

Updates ongoing

Hi everyone,
the updates for NoMoreWaste are ongoing but time is limited and the changes made are substantial and require careful testing before being published.
I hope you can understand and thank you for your patience!