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How to Mirror iPhone or iPad Display to Windows for Free


Mirroring mobile display to a computer has its advantages and the best one is that you can easily record screencasts or present the iPad and Phone to a projector in a meeting. We have already shared some of the free methods using which one can stream the Android display to a computer and they are really very […]

The Best Way to Download Facebook Videos on iPhone


Watching online videos on smartphones are getting popular these days. While listening to music still stays as one of the most favorite things to do while commuting to work or while killing leisure time. People have started to develop an affinity towards online videos on YouTube and Facebook. However, the only point where they lag out is […]

How to Wirelessly Stream Media to Your iOS Device: Completely Free and Without Limit


Work or entertainment, smartphones nowadays are capable of anything. Slowly, we all are moving away from desktops and laptops and are getting more inclined towards smartphones and tablets. However, one of the major sections where the smartphones are lagging is the storage space. While we have devices with up to 128 GBs, they are not […]

How to Share Your Own Music Projects Online with Acapella App


If you’re an avid social media user, you’ve probably seen a lot of videos floating around lately of people singing a cappella harmonies. (Acappella is the term for singing without instruments or any background music, and harmonies are multiple layers of notes that complement each other.) These videos often appear in the form of a […]

How to Get Live Photos on Older Jailbroken iPhones


The Live Photos recently launched with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, has been gaining popularity within the iPhone community ever since it hit the market. Now, if I am not wrong, the feature of Live Photos was actually stolen from HTC. HTC came out with a feature on their camera called Zoe which delivered […]

2 Apps to Remove (or Mute) Audio From a Video on Android and iOS Each


A few days back, we shared a post on how to remove audio from a video file using VLC and YouTube. The trick works flawlessly while you are trying to edit a file on your PC. But as we all know, most of the videos are shot on smartphones and shared instantly to social media […]

How to Get Refund for a Purchase From Google Play, iOS App Store and Windows Store


Try before you buy is a much-appreciated concept, especially when your money is at stake. For the same reasons, we have the concept of trial software and demo games. But those things are just limited to computers and that’s just sad because most of our purchases these days are on apps and games for our smartphones. As […]

How to Become Productive on an iPhone with a Single App


One of the things that we have all become used to when using our smartphones is switching between applications. This way to interact is so basic and important that we take it for granted that in order to do something on one application, you have to exit whatever you are doing and head to that […]

How to Hide iTunes Purchases from Other Family Members

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When Apple introduced Family Sharing, I was reluctant to try it. I didn’t want to give up my privacy to save money. Did everyone in the family need to see what I was buying? Thankfully Apple lets you hide purchases from other people on your account. Why Would You Hide Things? Your first thought might […]

GT Explains: How iOS 9 Will Help Your 16 GB iPhone Go a Long Way

iOS 9 16 GB iPhone

While we don’t recommend you buy a 16 GB iPhone, the reality is that it’s by far the most used iPhone variant out there. That means that a majority of users out there use an iPhone that doesn’t have enough storage to hold all their apps, movies, photos and other data. That’s millions or hundreds […]

How to Send iPhone 6s Live Photos as Animated GIFs


Live Photos are extremely fun to capture and share with friends from your iPhone 6s, but unfortunately right now it’s fairly difficult to share these photos with people who don’t own a 6s. That’s because the iPhone 6s is currently the only device capable of taking Live Photos. That should change in the future, but […]

Top 6 Crafty Cydia Tweaks for Any iPhone Running iOS 9

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Now that iOS 9 has been jailbroken, most of you must be waiting for some awesome tweaks to try out. For those who have moved from a jailbroken iOS 8 device, here’s a list of the working jailbreak tweaks for iOS 9. In this article, I will be talking about 6 new tweaks that have […]

How to Use Text Replacement in iOS to Quickly Expand Snippets of Text

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If you use your iPhone and iPad for anything that’s even mildly productive – email, writing, research, replying on Twitter, you type a lot. And you type a lot of the same stuff over and over again. In this age where we carry a computer in our pockets, that seems barbaric. It doesn’t have to […]

How to Teach Siri to Understand Names it Keeps Getting Wrong

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Siri is Apple’s intelligent assistant, but occasionally it pronounces or understands names wrong. That misunderstanding leads to frustration and sometimes foul language. It doesn’t need to come to that. Siri can learn, but you need to send it to school. That’s Not How You Say It When you hear Siri mispronounce a name, try to […]