How to Regram Instagram Posts From Android and iPhone

Instagram Regram

Twitter has the retweet button, Pinterest has Pin, Facebook has Share. Almost every social network makes it really easy to share someone else’s post with your followers. I mean, isn’t that the point of social networks? Of course, the cool kid in town – Instagram, disagrees. It won’t let you sign in to more than […]

How I Was Able to Free Up 3 GB of Junk Space on my iPhone


Just like any other operating system, iOS gets clogged up over time with junk files and application cache. Now I don’t believe this makes my iPhone slow all the time. But there comes a day when you really want to reclaim that space back for some productive use. For me it was to install Call […]

Inputting+ Brings Universal Undo/Redo and Find/Replace to Android


Undo/redo and find/replace are the the two major pillars behind me being a programmer today, or course along with a blogger. I am sure, most people would back me up when I say that Ctrl+Z (Undo) and Ctrl+Y (Redo) are two of the most important keyboard shortcuts on our desktops after copy and paste. A few […]

How to Read and Share a Macintosh System Report

System Report

When you’re on the phone with technical support, they often want specific information about your Mac. If you don’t have the information memorized, Apple makes it easy to find but not so easy to share with others. First Create a System Report for Your Mac From any program, select About this Mac from the Apple […]

IFTTT vs Workflow: Which is Better for Automating Your Life?


IFTTT and Workflow are two apps that want to take some frequent tasks out of your life and either make them easier or completely do them for you. While they share this goal, the apps take fairly different approaches to accomplishing this. Workflow is all about creating multiple series of tasks that you can call upon at […]

Understanding CFast: A New Format to Store Data


The humble SD card has found its way to most of the digital cameras on this planet. With its small size, high capacities and relatively low cost, it’s pretty easy to understand why. But, SD is not always the right tool for the job. Especially when the needs are for a much higher capacity and […]

How to Disable Lollipop Heads Up Notification and Get Back Ticker Notifications


With the Android Lollipop update, lockscreen and heads up notifications were introduced as one of the major updates and most of the users liked it. I too loved the idea of viewing and interacting with the notifications directly from the lockscreen. But the heads up notification was rather getting annoying than proving useful. I would appreciate […]

All You Need to Know About the New Physical Keyboard Shortcuts for iPad on iOS 9

iPad iOS 9 Physical Keyboard Shortcuts

As the iPad becomes more and more capable as a productivity device (as evidenced even more by the new iPad-exclusive features added in iOS 9), more iPad users rely on it to do most of their work. This might not yet be your case if your daily tasks require a lot of computing power. If, however, […]

GT Explains: What is iCloud Music Library and Should You Be Using it?

iCloud Music Library

When you launched the new Apple Music service on your desktop or iOS device, you were asked to enable iCloud Music Library. This was the first time you were hearing about this and it was standing between you and Apple Music so you just agreed and went forward. You didn’t think anything of it till […]

Take Per App Settings to the Next Level on Android with this Xposed Module


When compared to mobile operating systems like iOS and Windows, Android is all about freedom. By freedom, I mean the ability to do anything and everything on the device. Android makes you feel that the device is yours and you can make it look and feel like the way you want. It even acts as a helping hand […]

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, […]