ADB, Android Debug Bridge, lets you perform various actions on your Android device from your computer. Now you can use a Chrome app to do this as well. Here’s how.
Do you have non-Play Store apps on your Android device and want an easy way to keep them updated? Here’s how you can easily check them for updates.
Did you know that there’s a batch renaming feature embedded into the Finder app on OS X Yosemite? Read on to learn how to easily batch rename files on Mac.
Sometimes being productive isn’t the easiest thing. If you’re looking to block distractions and get more done, these 5 Mac apps can help with that.
If you have geotagged photos on your Mac and want to know exactly where they were captured, you can do so using the built-in Preview app. Here’s how.
The Mac menu bar lets you quickly access various functions regardless of what app you’re in. Here are 6 useful menu bar apps that will truly come in handy.
If you have a large amount of photos on your Mac, it can be hard to keep them organized. This guide shows how to easily find and delete duplicate photos.
If you use the Pages app on a Mac, you probably know that you can’t directly extract an image from a document. These workarounds will allow you to do that.
One hidden feature of the Calculator app for Mac is that it has a paper tape that shows numbers you’ve entered that can be saved & printed. Here’s how.
This guide shows you two ways to extract icons from apps on your Mac. Luckily, the built-in utilities on your Mac make this an easy task. Let’s get started.
Does the camera shutter sound on your Android’s camera app annoy you? Looking for a way to disable it completely? Here are two ways to do that.
AndroidTool is a Mac app that can record the screen of your Android from your Mac. It also includes one-click screenshots & APK installations. Check it out.
If you’re ever in danger or dire emergency, here are four Android apps that can help you connect to friends who can help your situation.
Mobile browsers, like Chrome and Firefox, load website in mobile mode by default. Here’s how you can set Chrome and Firefox to open sites in Desktop mode.
If you want to see how a site looks in a specific browser, you can change the user agent in Safari on Mac and pretend to be another browser. Here’s how.
Large screen smartphones are never easy to use with one hand. With this modification, you can now easily use your large screen Android phone one-handed.
While the screenshots with drop shadows look good, some may prefer plain captures. Here are three ways to capture a screenshot without drop shadows.
Sometimes Android notifications get delayed, and you only see it after a couple of minutes. What is causing the delay and what’s the fix? Let’s find out!