How to Enable Automatic Login on Mac When Options are Disabled


You went into System Preferences on your Mac because you wanted to edit Automatic Login settings. Perhaps you want your Mac to automatically log you in and load your own dock and wallpaper upon startup with no stops in between. The problem is when you try to do just that, the options for Automatic Login […]

Pocket Drive for iOS Review: Airdrop Done Right


As a Mac owner, I was tremendously excited when Apple debuted the Airdrop feature, only to be equally disappointed when I found out that my 2011 Macbook Air was not supported. There is a method you can use to make an older Mac compatible with Airdrop and other Bluetooth 4.0 features, which we have shown […]

Why You Should Ditch Google Forms for Typeform and How to Use this Awesome Tool

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Google Forms is one the most widely used online form and survey tools. It’s been here for a couple of years and it’s backed by Google. Why shouldn’t you use it? First of all, not everything Google does is total amazeballs. That, and there are reasons to not use it (or ditch it for something […]

Top 8 Free (and Awesome) Web Podcast Players

Web podcasts

I love listening to podcasts when I’m out and about. Whether going for a stroll, when in a commute, or when I’m working out. Podcasts make for a great time filler. Not only are you passing the time, but you’re also being entertained and learning something new. How great is that? But sometimes I want […]

How to Access Your 1Password from a Chromebook


The popular password manager 1Password lets you use Dropbox to sync your passwords on any device. But if you use a Chromebook, the 1Password browser extension doesn’t work. Don’t give up good password hygiene just because there isn’t a native Chrome app. There’s a hidden way to access your passwords and other 1Password information from […]

Ready Contact List: A Worthy Alternative to Android’s Stock Dialer


Phone dialers, messaging, contacts, and picture galleries are some of the apps that we bother least about. We’re least bothered in the sense that we tend to stick to the default apps and never think to try something different. Take the phone dialer as an example; the app that comes preinstalled in the stock versions of Android is […]

5 Free Courses For Learning Complex Mac Tools

Courses for Mac

For most of us Mac owners, our Macs are a tool we use to both have fun and keep organized all aspects of our digital lives. And while that might be more than enough for most users, the Mac is such a broad and complete platform that it provides the opportunity to do much more […]

4 Ways to Take Full Web Page Screenshots in Chrome and iOS

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There have been times in my life when I’ve needed to capture a web page – and I mean all of it. Sometimes it was for archival reasons or when I was trying to gather up the curriculum for my coding class. Sometimes it was to share a page with someone. You might have your […]

How to Compare CPU, GPU, and SSDs Before Buying


For someone upgrading to or buying a new CPU, GPU, or SSD, there are plenty of options to choose from. While having options is a good thing, choosing from so many models can be confusing. Over that, there are numerous websites reviewing components – some favor a particular model while some are against it, leaving […]

3 iOS Apps to Help You Unwind and Relax After a Long Day


You might find that after a long day you like to put your feet up and watch a good show. Maybe you’ll give yourself an hour to stop answering phone calls or work-related emails and instead just pour yourself a relaxing glass of wine. Did you know that the device in your pocket that you’ve probably been […]

How to Use Your Android Safely on the Street Using Iris


Just like air, water, and food, the smartphone has become a vital entity in our lives. We just can’t help but stay glued to its screen from dawn to dusk, or sometimes even till midnight. While commuting, having lunch, at a boring party or an entertaining night out with friends, we always fall back to our smartphones […]

How to Sync Folders Anywhere on Mac with Multiple Backup Services like Dropbox, Google Drive and More


Dropbox’s premise is simple. You get a folder (a box, if you will) where you can drop anything you want, which is then backed up to Dropbox’s servers and synced effortlessly between all your devices (including mobile). Maybe that’s a bit too simple. You can’t sync files that are located outside Dropbox’s folder for instance. […]

How to Get Word Meanings Quickly with a Cool iOS-style Dictionary on Android

Word Snitch Android Popup Dictionary

iOS has a built-in dictionary. It’s not the best, but it’s always there. Just highlight the word, hit Define, and you get the definition. You can even search the word in Wikipedia if you like. But as it’s a default function in iOS, it doesn’t do much more. For instance, you can’t retrieve a list […]

6 Things You Must Check Before Buying a Used Mac

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While Macs are definitely nice computers to have, not everyone can afford to buy a brand new one. Thankfully, used Macs are usually just as good as new ones, provided they have received proper care. Needless to say, putting the machine through some tests to see if it works well is recommended. While physical appearance and hardware […]