How to Manage Color for Printing in Photoshop


If you use advanced image editing applications like Photoshop regularly, then you should know that there is more you can do in order to get the most out of the colors in the files you print. Let’s take a brief look at the reason behind this and how you can manage colors in Photoshop for […]

4 Ways to Solve iOS 8’s Autocorrect Problems

iPhone autocorrect

Ever since it was released, Autocorrect has become the poster child for everything you’ve ever typed wrong. It has also lead to some of the most ducking hilarious jokes and memes on the internet. It’s good for a laugh but as they say, it’s not funny when it happens to you. And I’m sure it […]

How to Fine-tune Colors to Dramatically Improve Images Using Photoshop

Photoshop Adjustment Tools

We all hear every now and then that if you want your photos/images to look perfect, Photoshop is the way to go. Now, not all of us are exactly well-versed in this popular image editor. However, there are a few techniques and adjustments that are simple enough for anyone to use in order to dramatically […]

One Month with iPad Mini 2 (Retina): More of the Same Is Not a Bad Thing


I bought the first generation iPad mini a couple of months after it came out. In hindsight, it was a rookie mistake. At the time, the mini looked like a no brainer. It was super thin and light. Unlike the bigger iPad you could use it with one hand. But it had the guts from […]

Only Want to Share Links Between Android and Computer? Ditch AirDroid and Pushbullet


Sharing web links between my computer and Android is something I do on a regular basis. Makes it easy to continue reading whatever I was reading on the web while commuting to the office. Then later, when I’m at my desk, I transfer the link back to my office computer. The bigger screen is good […]

GT Explains: What’s the Difference Between Vector and Bitmap Images?


Talking about the difference between bitmap files and vector files could be the same as talking about two different, but very popular image editing applications: Photoshop and Illustrator. In the past, you might have heard that Photoshop is a bitmap tool and that Illustrator is an app that works with vector files. Both of these […]

6 Reasons Why GoodReader is the Best PDF Reading App for iPad and iPhone


The kind of eBooks I’m trying to read right now (technical or educational) only come in the form of PDFs. There’s no Mobi format that I can send off to my Kindle. So I’ve been reading them on my iPad mini and my eBook reader of choice is GoodReader ($4.99). Alvaro has already done a […]

How to View a Web Page’s Source Code on iPhone and iPad

View Source

Even though iOS apps are not quite the development machines yet, you’ll generally find an iPhone or an iPad in a web designer/developer’s toolkit. Although if you’re a developer/publisher or just someone who wants to view the source code of a page or view all the assets deployed on it, you usually do it from […]

How to Get iOS-like Assistive Touch on Android


You might be aware of the iOS feature called Assistive Touch. This feature helps users in circumstances where they have trouble touching the screen or pressing the buttons on their iPhone. Up until iPhone 5, the primary use of the assistive touch button has been to use it as a soft home key in place of the […]

How to Use Row and Column Markers on Edit Plus


Edit Plus is without doubt one of the most feature-rich text editors. In fact, its capabilities run beyond a text editing tool. Hence, it is widely used in the industry, especially by programmers. As a programmer myself, I must often look at source code, debugging log files, data files, and much more. And when I do that, […]

How to Back Up and Copy Your iPhoto Library to Another Mac


A few months ago when OS X Yosemite was first shown to the public, Apple demonstrated its new Photos app. This app is meant to simplify photo management for all Mac users by emulating the looks and functions provided by the Photos app on both the iPhone and the iPad. This simplification comes at a […]

5 Things You Must Check Before Buying a Used iPhone

Used iPhone

iPhones are expensive. Especially if you don’t live in a country where you can get them subsidized. In some countries, new iPhones go for around a thousand dollars. Isn’t that just crazy? If you’d like to be a bit more frugal while indulging in the Apple-verse, you need to take the road much traveled – […]

How to Stream Spotify Songs from Android to Chromecast

Spotify on Chromecast

Currently I’ve been trying out Rdio because it’s officially available in my country and the plans are super cheap. $2 for unlimited ad-free listening and mobile offline access? Yes please, I’ll have some of that. But the more I use Rdio, the more I miss Spotify. Even when I was using the free plan via […]

How to Use Light Manager For More Control Over LED Notifications on Android


I must say that after using the MIUI on the Redmi Note 4G for a few days now, I am quite amazed at some of the built-in settings it comes with. One of the features I like is the ability to set custom colors to the device’s LED light. While it might appear to be a […]