How to Save New Contacts to Different Accounts on iOS

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iOS has native contact syncing for cloud based accounts. For instance, you can connect multiple accounts like iCloud, Gmail, and Exchange and display all the contacts stored in those accounts. You can also select a default account so any new contact you save won’t be duplicated across all linked accounts. While this system is simple, […]

6 Types Of Text Expansion Snippets That Help Increase Your Productivity

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One word I can use to describe the beauty of text expansion is magic. But really all that’s happening is ones and zeros executing commands, converting a set of input to a different output in literally no time. But to the romantic geek in me, it does seem like magic. Text expansion works like this […]

Reviewing C Locker, a Flexible Custom Lock Screen Replacement for Android

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Just recently I talked about an Android app called C Notice that can give you floating popup notifications from all the apps installed on your Android. A real bliss for users on large screen Android devices. After reviewing the app, I was looking at some other apps from the developer and found yet another interesting app called C […]

Top 3 Dictionary Lookup Extensions for Chrome

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Not a lot of people know this, but Macs have a built-in dictionary that can be accessed from anywhere. All you have to do is hover over the word and tap with three fingers on the trackpad. From here you can also reference more material from Wikipedia and see the word used in different contexts. If […]

6 Great Automated Workflows for iOS to Make Your Life Easier

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Apple power users have always been a fan of automation. Why do something simple over and over again when you can let the computer take care of it? Mac even includes an automation tool called Automator to get you started. On iOS though, it’s a different story. Of course you have IFTTT to automate stuff […]

How to Easily Access Notifications With One Hand on Big Screen Androids

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Handheld devices are getting bigger day by day, but the developers tend to forget that our hands are not getting any bigger… ever!! The iPhone also didn’t stand up to their promise and ended up launching the iPhone 6 with a bigger screen size. But there are advantages, and I really love the big screen when it […]

How to Download Facebook Videos on iPhone to Share With Friends

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It’s almost every day that I see an amazing video on Facebook and want to share it with my friends on different messaging services. While we can give a direct link to the Facebook video through chat that can be viewed in a mobile browser, directly uploading the videos to the messages would be more ideal. Be […]

How To Automate Scrolling on a Rooted Android Phone

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Sometimes, life feels so hard. Computers are still computers, not robots. You still have to give them commands. Sure, you can automate some software, but you still need to set it up first. I mean, we’re getting there. It’s starting to be possible to control lights from your phone, turn on your house’s heating from […]

How to Quickly Share Photos and Files Between iPhone and Android Over Wi-Fi

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Direct file sharing between iPhone and Android is still tricky to figure out. How do you quickly transfer a bunch of photos and videos to your friend’s Android without uploading them to an online tool (which requires consuming your mobile data) like WhatsApp or Dropbox? Uploading them to a cloud based storage service requires a […]

GT Explains: What is DNS and How to Find and Assign the Best DNS Server on Windows

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Everyone knows that whenever we are connected to a network, be it local or the internet, every computer is assigned a unique IP address. These might be static or dynamic depending upon the network you are trying to connect to. Related: We have already published an in-depth article on IP Addresses that you can refer to in case you’d […]

6 Tips & Tricks for a Better Experience on iTunes 12

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For all the flak iTunes draws (some of it deservedly), it’s still a pretty good media player. The playlist view is one of the best I’ve seen, the Album view looks beautiful, and not to mention, on a Mac, iTunes is actually fast. If you recently updated to iTunes 12, you might have noticed that Apple […]

How To Get iCloud Drive’s File and Folder Sync Functionality on Pre-Yosemite Mac

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I used to think that every Mac owner updated to the latest version of the OS as soon as it was released. I mean, how could they not? All those new features and functionalities, and in Yosemite’s case, a whole new UI. But then I met web designers and developers. People who would much rather have the […]

How To Look Up Fonts on Websites on Desktop and iOS

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When I looked at the first draft of the design for our new Ultimate Guides and Ebooks section, the first thing I wondered was “what’s that header font?”. It’s sleek and modern, yet has a newspaper-esque serif feel to it (spoiler: it was Raleway). Now, I could have asked the designer what font it was […]

How to Easily Take Ownership of Any File or Folder on Windows

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If you have to work in a shared system environment you might be aware of the fact that taking ownership of a file or a folder on Windows can be a complicated chore. Even the seemingly simple task of adding URLs to a Windows Host file requires the user to become an owner of the file […]