5 Tips to Discover New Music in Apple Music

Apple Music Discovery

Apple Music is the most feature rich music streaming service available right now. It’s the sum total of every other service out there, plus more. There’s 30 million songs, plus human curated playlists, live and genre-based stations and I can go on and on and on. But before you get scared, let me tell you […]

Bittorrent Shoot vs SHAREit: Which is Better for File Transfers?

Shoot vs SHAREit

For the past couple of months, we have seen a lot of apps that make the transfer of files between smartphones a breeze. Apps like SHAREit and Feem save an iPhone user like me from embarrassment when a friend on Android asks for a couple of photos from their camera roll. Shoot from Bittorrent, an […]

How to Pick an Android Launcher That’s Right for You

Android launchers

Android is an open, infinitely customizable platform. This provides developers and users alike with many opportunities to try different things. There are more than 1 billion Android users out there and different users have different tastes, different needs. Usually, choice is a good thing. But when it comes to Android launchers, sometimes I wish it […]

Differences Between Beats 1 Radio and Apple Music Radio: Explained


So, you downloaded iOS 8.4 on your iPhone or iPad and there it is, Apple Music. It’s hiding behind that new white Music icon on your home screen. You tap the Radio tab to see what’s changed and there isn’t a whole lot new, but Apple is heavily shoving this Beats 1 radio station in your face. Furthermore, […]

How to Back Up and Restore Hangouts Messages in Android


While today almost everyone has switched over to instant messengers, you still get some important updates and notifications through SMS’. As with all data, if you have some important SMS, backing them up would be a nice idea. In the past we have already covered some apps, but after Google forced Hangouts on everyone with KitKat, […]

How to Use the New Music App in iOS 8.4 (Along With Apple Music)

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When you updated your iPhone to iOS 8.4, you were greeted with a new Music app with a brand new colorful icon. It was intriguing. You clicked it. It asked you to try out Apple Music streaming service. 30 million songs for 3 months, all for free. So you signed up. But now there’s all this new […]

USB Type-C Explained: What it is and What it Can Do


Every few years a new kind of technology is developed which sets tech writers/analysts into overdrive, explaining what it’s all about and non-tech people scrambling to sites (like ours!) to understand what it really means. And even though USB Type-C isn’t exactly yesterday’s news, we’d still like to explore this more in detail now that […]

4 Unique and Helpful iOS Apps for People With Accessibility Needs


Every person in this world faces challenges of different kinds, and in special situations, some people need assistance in order to be able to overcome what they are facing. Apple also has the accessibility needs of its users in mind, which is why there are plenty of native accessibility options available, which in turn has motivated […]

Killing Running Apps on Your Smartphone: Is It Necessary?

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More myths get propagated about technology than anything else, it would appear. How else can anyone explain the randomly strange questions and statements that are posed to people like me on a daily basis? We’ll tackle the myth surrounding running apps in the background today and deconstruct what it really is and if killing these […]

How to Paste Copied Text Directly in Android Apps

Copy Pasting on Android apps is Easy

The only inevitable action that’s certain to happen once you copy an item on your clipboard is to paste it. Thank God for Larry Tesler coming up with the idea of copy/paste or the entire digital world would have been different. From simple text to thousands of lines of codes, copy/paste function indeed makes our […]

The Best Android Apps for Those Who Often Use Public Wi-Fi

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For frequent travelers, especially when it’s related to business, Wi-Fi becomes the most important thing. The room can be crappy, the service can be bad, but the Wi-Fi, that needs to be strong. The same goes for the cafe you’re planning to work from or the new co-working space you’re checking out. If you travel […]

How to Install the PSM Developer Unity App on Your PS Vita 3.20 (or Above) for Native Homebrew


If you are a PS Vita owner and are interested in the possibilities that hacking your console can bring, then you might have found our previous entries (like How to Hack Your PS Vita or Everything You Need to Know About Hacking Your Vita) very useful. However, all previous progress in this regard has been […]

How to Get Started With Apple Music on iOS and iTunes

Apple Music

Apple Music is not just another music streaming service. It’s a total overhaul of the Music app on iOS devices and everything related to music in the Apple ecosystem. It’s a new app that includes 30 million songs for streaming, your current music collection, a 24/7 radio station, human-curated and algorithmically generated stations plus a […]

Features Missing from Windows 10 (and the Possible Alternatives)

Win10 Features

Windows 10 releases on July 29. With the date coming near, most of us are focused on all the new features it brings to the table. Among all the news regarding the insider previews, different editions of Windows and confusion regarding the upgrade, no one may have noticed that Microsoft is removing certain features in Windows […]