How to Make Awesome Video Messages with Replay for iOS

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Creating a good video message is one of the hardest things to do, especially on mobile. Yes, you can whip open the camera app and start recording while you babble on, then just send the video to your friends. But what are we? Animals? No. We have standards when it comes to things like these. […]

3 Ways to Get Cool Satellite Images as Wallpapers on iPhone and Android

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To be honest, I was never a fan of satellite wallpapers. Earth and other planets from a distance look incredibly boring. But it turns out, I wasn’t paying attention to a sub-culture of satellite photography. The really zoomed in, sectioned, edited, and enhanced wallpaper sub-culture. Because let me tell you, there are parts of the […]

How to Share Your Lumia Windows Phone Screen Online

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Just a few days back when I got my hands on the Nokia 532, I discussed with you a cool trick that can project your Windows phone screen to your computer. The trick enables a user to connect the phone via Wi-Fi or USB cables and then mirrors the mobile screen to a local computer. A very […]

3 Quick Tips to Fix the Delayed Notification on Android

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One thing I like about iOS is the instant notifications you get from every app. It doesn’t matter if the phone is in use or sleeping in your pocket, you will always get app notifications almost immediately. But the same is not the case for many Android users. They complain that they don’t get notifications […]

5 Reasons Why You Ditch Facebook’s Bloated and Slow Official iOS App for Friendly for Facebook

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The Facebook app is the devil. And we’re not even going acknowledge Facebook itself. Let’s just focus on the app. A friend of mine who owns the latest iPhone 6 asked me if there’s a Facebook Lite app for iPhone (Facebook released it only for Android). The Facebook app is infamous for draining your battery, […]

How to Manually (and Offline) Update to Any Specific PS Vita Firmware Using QCMA

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If you have your PS Vita hacked in order to run custom emulators (we explain how to hack yours in this entry and how to install emulators in this one), then you know that you cannot update your Vita’s firmware to the latest one. If you do, the update will break your hack and all […]

How to Create a Custom ISO of Windows 10

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Recently Microsoft released a new build of Windows 10 (build 10041) with many new features and stability improvements. For all those early adopters and also those who want to switch to it in near future, today I show you how to create a custom ISO of Windows 10. This process will automate some steps of […]

How to Use Folder Lock on Windows to Lock and Secure Files

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We have covered a lot of apps for Android and iOS that can lock your Apps, save photos in a vault and even encrypt the entire memory. But that’s just for your smartphone. If we need something to secure the mere 8 to 16 gigs of memory on our phones, there might be a lot of things you […]

How to Get the Most Out of CyanogenMod’s Privacy Guard Feature

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Android has a permissions problem. In iOS you can choose which apps can access your location, which apps can send you notifications, and so on. On Android, there’s no nitpicking like this. You’re either all in, or you’re not cool at all, bro. In a version of Android 4.3, Google snuck in a tool called […]

How to Automatically Download Subtitles for Movies and TV Shows on Android

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Ever since I got the OnePlus One with 64 GB internal storage, I’ve had the itch to fill it up. I’ve added some my favorite movies and TV shows and still it’s far from being full. Phablets with sizeable internal or external storage are great for consuming media. No matter if you’re catching an overnight […]

How to Post Images and Videos from Two Instagram Accounts on Android

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Instagram is the cool new kid. Millennials are moving away from Facebook, but they’re still pretty stoked with Instagram. It’s a visual medium and, of course, #brands want to get in on the action. It’s only natural. But the cool kid that Instagram is, it’s being totally chill about the whole thing. Instagram’s like, whatever […]

How to Create an Interactive Slideshow or Storybook Using Keynote

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Sometimes when facing a project, we tend to think of specific go-to software to take care of it. Most of the time, that piece of software is complex and intimidating, making such projects seem difficult to accomplish. Take an interactive slideshow or storybook for example. When planning to create one, you might think of advanced graphical […]

5 Ways to Test the Hardware of Your New or Used PC

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Before buying a PC, you check out every store and every online deal to find the best price. If not new, a used PC from a friend or colleague may offer the best value for your money. But do you thoroughly check its every component before actually buying it? In the excitement of getting a […]

How to Unlock Windows Phone and Turn on Developer Option

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It’s been a few weeks since I started exploring Windows phone. But coming from an iOS and Android background, I am really not impressed with the kind of apps I get on Windows Store. For example, the YouTube app is just an IE shortcut that opens up the website in the browser. When I researched, […]

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