GT Explains: Low Power Mode of iOS 9 and How to Use it Effectively

low power mode

When compared to iOS 8 and previous versions, iOS 9 not a major upgrade which changes the platform significantly. But the nifty changes that have been incorporated in the latest version really make a significant difference. We have already covered 9 new things to check out in the latest iOS 9 you must check out. Things […]

Top 5 Tips for Some Common Issues with the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+

Issues with S6 edge plus

It’s beautiful, well built and stunning to look at. Many writers have waxed eloquent adjectives describing the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and it deservers it. Outer beauty aside, even the software has finally got a toned down version of TouchWiz, similar to the S6 and S6 edge. It’s still TouchWiz though, with a few quirks […]

How To Block Ads and Tracking on iPhone and iPad in iOS 9

iOS 9 Ad Blocking

Recently, web ads have become a hot topic of debate on the internet. They’re poorly designed and poorly coded. They invade your privacy by tracking your every move on the web. This means that web pages for the top news sites on the internet are a lot heavier and take longer to load. On desktops, […]

How to Import Screenshots from Android, iOS to Snagit Editor and Batch Convert Them


One task that I do on a daily basis as a part of my job is to take screenshots on smartphones and then process them on the computer. If you have been following my articles, you must have noticed how I always find easier ways to transfer files and photos from phone to computer. You might say, […]

How to Automate Meeting Schedules on Android Calendar


As a part of my job, I get invited to a lot of events, conferences and meetups. PR agencies usually call or email me with venue and timing details of the event. I check my calendar and reply with a yes or a no. Then add the event to the calendar just so that I don’t miss […]

How to use the Phone Companion in Windows 10 with your Android Phone

Win10 PC App

In the old days each manufacturer used to bundle a companion software suite with their phones, which nobody installed and used as they were poorly designed and laggy. In today’s smartphone era this has mostly been discontinued but I still sometimes feels that it would have been nice to have something like iTunes, using which […]

3 Ways to Privately Share Photos with Instagram Users


Instagram is a great way to share photos with all of your followers and even occasionally extend reach beyond them, but that may not always suit every purpose. What if you wanted to share your own photos or perhaps another account’s photo with someone else in private? It turns out, not only is this possible, […]

How to Take Control of Integrity Level of Windows 10 Files and Folders


Ever had the problem of ‘Access is Denied’ while browsing through your own computer? Must feel like the computer is not giving you permission to view certain files even though it’s your personal computer. Well, here’s how you can take back some control. Windows Integrity Level Right from Windows Vista, there is one good thing […]

How to Solve Comcast Xfinity Problems Right from Your Smartphone


Many of us here in the U.S. are subscribed to Comcast Xfinity for cable, Wi-Fi and or home phone service. Unfortunately, since Comcast has an unavoidable monopoly in many areas, many of us also have to deal with Xfinity problems. The good news is you don’t need to always call up Comcast customer support every […]

9 iOS 9 Features You Must Check Out Today


It’s September and like every year,  the month is all about Apple, iPhone and the all new iOS. iOS 9 was recently launched and more than 50% of the iOS devices are already updated. That’s the fastest adoption rate we have seen till date. For those of you who have already upgraded must be wondering […]

How to Get the Most Out of UpNext Music Player for Chrome

UpNext Music Player

For millions of internet users around the world, YouTube is their completely free music streaming service. But if you’ve ever tried using YouTube that way, you know that the experience is far from optimal. The biggest deal breaker for me is that there’s no queue. And YouTube’s playlist feature is way too basic. The entire […]

Get Chrome-Style Tabbed Interface in Windows 10 Explorer using Clover


I have been using Chrome as my default browser for almost 3 years now and it’s been quite a ride. Even though it is resource hungry, changing the browser was just too much to go for. Especially after you have handcrafted your browsing experience for years using different extensions, add-ons and themes. If you are a […]

4 Cool Tips for the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ You Probably Don’t Know About

S6 edge+

It’s cool to see so many innovations in the smartphone industry. The battle truly has shifted from “My phone has more horsepower than yours” to “My phone has cooler features than yours.” Swinging its own punches is Samsung, with its unique offering – the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge and S6 edge+. Though I wasn’t totally […]

GT Explains: Why Smartphone Specs Don’t Matter as Much as You Think


What’s one of the first things on the Internet you come across when you’re trying to compare two different smartphones? That’s right, a spec sheet. Which phone has more RAM, which has a faster processor, how many megapixels are in the cameras? Of course you’ll see a corresponding number to answer each of these questions. […]