How To Export Your LinkedIn Account Data

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Since LinkedIn is an important tool in many people’s professional life, having a backup of the data in that account for safekeeping is a must. Fortunately, you don’t have to work too hard to get the archive of all of your LinkedIn data; the social network now provides the service and it’s quite easy to […]

How to Stream Movies And TV Shows From PC or Mac To iPad

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iPad makes for a great productivity tool once you add a keyboard, but the iPad’s form factor makes it a great media consumption machine as well. This can mean YouTube videos, Netflix, video discovery apps, or streaming the hundreds or thousands of movies and TV shows from your PC/Mac. When we come to the last […]

How to Sync Files and Folders in Real-Time between Android and Windows

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Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could sync all your important files from your computer to your Android and vice versa in real-time without any limitations? Well, it certainly would be awesome, and perhaps it’s even possible. We have already seen a dedicated app for Android called Cheetha Sync, which could help, but there were many […]

How to Transfer Games To Your Hacked PS Vita Even If It Runs Older Firmware Versions

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If you own a PS Vita and have it hacked in order to run other games and emulators, then you know that the moment you update your Vita’s firmware, all the hacks and emulators you have on it will be lost. Related: If you’d like to know more, make sure you check out this great guide […]

How to Host a Folder as an FTP Server on Windows

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We use shared systems in my office and there’s no guarantee where one might have to log in at the beginning of the day. While it’s not every day when one might have to use a different computer, once it happens, transferring all the data from one computer to another is a deal breaker, and using […]

How To Delete Images And Manage Storage In iOS 8 Messages

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iOS 8’s Messages app saw a big overhaul. It integrated features from many third party apps like WhatsApp and Snapchat. Group chats are now easier to deal with. There’s a do not disturb button, and sharing images or your location is finally easy. But if you’re a heavy iMessages user, you can fill up your […]

How To Hide Photos And Files On iPhone

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We’ve featured many apps for hiding, protecting, and encrypting data on Android. But it’s different when it comes to the iPhone. iOS doesn’t allow users access to the file system. This means apps can’t modify the files to hide or encrypt them. On the flip side, iOS has app specific storage. That means files stored in one […]

How to Transfer Files Over Wi-Fi Quickly to iPhone from PC or Mac

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iTunes is the 800 pound gorilla that won’t stop showing up at your door in the middle of the night. Thankfully, in the world of internet media consumption and apps, I hardly find the need to sync my iPhone/iPad with iTunes (unless I’m making a full backup before updating to a new iOS release). iTunes […]

How to Make the Most Out of 1Password for iPhone

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More than ever, security has become one of the biggest concerns among smartphone users. We use our devices to store pretty much every important detail of our lives, including photos, messages, and much more. In other entries, we have already covered different apps and methods to protect some of this important information, like how to hide […]

Top 2 Alternatives To Photos App And Camera Roll In iOS 8

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Everyone knows that there are better alternatives to stock iOS apps. It’s one of the reasons the App Store exists. But App Store apps always feel like second class citizens. They don’t get access to system level functionality like stock apps do. While this is changing in iOS 8 with extensions, widgets, and custom keyboards, […]

Cut Down On Smartphone Addiction with OffTime for Android

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No doubt our smartphones keep us connected to the entire world, but we often miss out on our close friends and family who are sitting right next to us. Dinner table or shopping trolley, wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could give your entire attention to the people around you? It would really make a change. Did […]

How To Create A GIF Slideshow On iPhone And iPad

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If emojis are the text for the internet generation, GIFs are our videos. We use GIFs to say things we can’t in textual form. Here at Guiding Tech we use GIFs to better explain software. Some use GIFs to make a point or tell a story. But GIFs are in a category that’s all their […]

Is Chrome’s Incognito Mode Really Private? 4 Things to Know About it

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Many internet users think that incognito mode in Google Chrome is like a magical cloak that will instantly gives them internet privacy. That’s just not true. Incognito mode gets a bad rep. Some say it’s only used to hide “indecent” behavior. But there are legitimate uses for it. What is incognito mode? Just how “private” […]

How To Use Find And Replace In Chrome, Firefox And Google Docs

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Who uses text editors anymore? Coders, yes (and maybe Markdown fanatics like myself). But unless you work in an office environment, a majority of your writing now takes place online; most likely in Google Docs or the WordPress editor. Writing online is great. It takes the biggest problem – saving and syncing data – totally out of the […]