Tweetbot 3 vs Twitterrific 5: Which Is the Best Third Party Twitter Client for iOS?

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Before we even start this comparison, let me just say that both Tweetbot 3 and Twitterrific 5 are fantastic apps. And no this isn’t me being humble or diplomatic. Both Tapbots and The Iconfactory are filled with awesome designers and developers and both apps are thoughtfully designed. No matter which app you choose, you won’t […]

How to Edit a Location on Google Maps and Improve it

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It won’t be a stretch to call Google Maps one of the most significant innovations that Google has build. I certainly use it a whole lot, even though I’ve lived in the same city throughout my years. In a new city that I’m visiting, it’s indispensable. With a few new updates, you can also edit […]

Piktures: A Great Photo Management Android App with Loads of Features

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If you are an Android user, you must be aware of the fact that there are not many gallery app alternatives you can choose from. Out of those few, only a handful are worth installing. Focus and QuickPic were the two apps worth mentioning as an alternative to the Gallery apps with added features and among the […]

Finger Gesture Launcher: Easily launch Android Apps and Perform System Tasks using Gestures

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I have always liked the idea of getting things done using simple gestures, even if it’s just swipe to go back a screen. Really useful than pressing buttons. Many devices these days are coming out with the ability to launch apps using the on screen gestures. OPPO is one of such Android device in which […]

How to Recover Deleted Contacts and Calendars from iCloud

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iCloud synchronizes your contacts and calendars to any device connected to it: MacOS, Windows, iOS and the web. However, when you accidentally delete something from your address book or calendar and want to get it back, Apple doesn’t make it easy. There’s no undo function on the iPhone or the Web. I recently had this […]

2 Ways to Create Flashable Zip Files to Install Apps and Packages Using Custom Recovery

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The most amazing thing about Android that none of the other mobile operating systems provide, is the ability to install custom ROMs. There is a plethora of ROMs available for Android devices. One is free to choose among them as long as the device is rooted and the person has the will to go an […]

How to Color Alternate Rows or Columns in Google Sheets

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Microsoft Office is a powerful tool to get things done, but Google isn’t all that far behind with its Google Docs offering. The latter is not only free, but also saves you a backup on the free app on Android and iOS devices. While MS Office has some great features which are not easy to […]

3 DIY Smartphone Docks You Can Make at Home

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You don’t need to spend $40 or even $50 on a fancy smartphone dock when you probably have all the tools necessary to create a dock surrounding you. Even then, you’re probably telling yourself you’re not about to sit for 30 minutes and try to put together something that resembles a dock with a bunch […]

How to Get Remote Assistance for Your Android Using Chrome

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We have covered quite a lot of apps so far using which, you can control your Android device from your computer. There were some dedicated tools for Windows and some which simply run on your browser. We also covered an app called TeamViewer remote using which one can allow others on the web to take […]

2 Fastest Ways to Join Images Horizontally and Vertically on Android and iOS

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As a citizen of the internet, you come across joined images all the time. Two or three screenshots merged into one images. A long conversation thread joined horizontally (9gag anyone?). Maybe a collection of memes. Joined images are everywhere. We’ve already told you how to create them on OS X and on the web. Now […]

How to Get an External Hard Drive to Work With Mac OS X (And How to Partition It)

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When I bought the WD My Passport Ultra drive, I was surprised to see that it didn’t support OS X out of the box. Yes, it had some software specifically made for OS X on it, but even that didn’t help. Turns out, it just wasn’t in the right format. These hard drives are customized […]

How to Easily and Securely Send Money with Square Cash

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A dilemma many people face is owing someone money and having no means to get it to the person in a timely manner. The truth is there are a number of solutions available online for quickly and securely sending money to friends or family. But that brings us to another dilemma. There are still skeptics […]

The Complete Guide To Using Time Machine For Backup On OS X

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If you store anything on your Mac that’s even remotely important – your photos, documents, anything, you need to back it up. Sure, you can use Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive or Backblaze but one of the simplest options is built right into OS X. It’s called Time Machine. All you really need to do is […]

How to Create Your Own Animated GIFs with Giphy Cam for iPhone

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Animated GIFs are making a comeback. Once a cool website decoration in early days of the Internet, GIFs are booming in a totally different way. People post animated GIFs on social networks or send them in messages and typically use them as a quirky way to react to someone else’s comment. Despite the growing popularity, […]