About Laura Tucker

Laura splits her time between being a movie and television reviewer as well as a tech writer. Along with writing and editing at MTE, she is the site admin of realityshack.com , and the chief editor of applemagazine.com.

Articles by Laura Tucker

Coco: Voice Messaging For iOS And Android

Coco: Voice Messaging For iOS And Android

A few months back I reviewed the Voxer app. It was an app that worked both on Android as well as iOS mobile devices to message with text, voice, and pictures. It didn’t appear to be an app that was created for iOS, but adapted for it. Yet, it seemed it was the only horse […]

6 Little Known iPad Secrets

6 Little Known iPad Secrets

There’s nothing more rewarding than finding out new tips or secrets on your favorite device. I’m on my second iPad since last summer, and I’m still finding new tips or tricks. Each time I find one it brings out a raised eyebrow and makes me realize how easy things would be had I known about […]

Help For Using Gmail in iOS

Help For Using Gmail in iOS

Apple doesn’t always play well with others, and when it comes to the mobile operating system iOS, it can be even worse. Their relationship, or lack thereof, with Adobe and their flash video is well documented. Another entity that doesn’t get along with the system is GMail. It works, but it’s hindered in some ways […]

Dolphin Browser For iOS Allows You To Use Your Own Gestures

Dolphin Browser For iOS Allows You To Use Your Own Gestures

No matter how many times Apple update the mobile Safari and the Mail app, they’re still boring. There aren’t too many choices for Mail, but there are many alternative browsers to Safari. They all have their one or two extra functions that separate them from one another, but Dolphin Browser seems to have a lot […]

Save to Read Later on All Your Devices With Pocket

Save to Read Later on All Your Devices With Pocket

There are many different ways to save web pages in a list to read later. Most browsers, including the ones on iOS devices, include an option for saving articles to read later, Instapaper is an app available on almost any device that does many things aside from saving articles to read later, but it costs […]

How to Turn Any Printer Into an AirPrint Printer

How to Turn Any Printer Into an AirPrint Printer

Even though there is absolutely nothing wrong with my Epson printer, I was thinking of getting a new one. I wanted the ability to print anything on my iPhone or iPad. I can print some things and can do extra work to print almost anything, but it would sure work much better if I could just print anything like I could on a Mac or with an AirPrint printer. Luckily, there is one way that you can use to turn your printer into a airprint capable printer.

How to View WMV Files On iOS Devices

How to View WMV Files On iOS Devices

It can take some time of owning an iOS device, such as an iPhone or iPad, to realize the small nuances that you may be missing out on. They can do so many things, that it’s easy to get caught up in the honeymoon of all of that in the beginning stages of owning one […]

Solving the WiFi Problem on the New iPad

Solving the WiFi Problem on the New iPad

No matter how great the technology being developed, they can never be bug-free. There’s always something unexpected that goes wrong, causing the manufacturer to have to quickly problem-solve to keep their customers happy. Apple seems to have their share of these types of problems, whether they just have many problems, or whether theirs just become […]

Is the $40 Pricetag for Omnifocus for iPad Worth It?

Is the $40 Pricetag for Omnifocus for iPad Worth It?

Curiosity finally got the best of me. When I peruse new apps and lists of the “top” or “best” apps, the productivity app, OmniFocus, consistently shows up. I’m a sucker for anything that’s going to make my life and/or work easier. I would always look into it on iTunes, but the $79.99 pricetag for the […]

How to Protect Your New iPad

How to Protect Your New iPad

Unlike laptops, iPads don’t have a ready-made hard case that keep it protected naturally. Laptops close up to make the screen inaccessible to being scratched or broken, and to keep the contents on the hard drive safe. While iPads can do many of the same things as a laptop and can be easier to work […]