iPhoto is no longer the only photo management app for Mac. With OS X Yosemite, you have a new app called Photos. Want to get iPhoto back? Keep reading.
The trackpad on your Mac supports many gestures. Luckily, an app called Riverflow lets you assign even more gestures to keyboard shortcuts. Check it out.
Opening links in the background is a highly anticipated Android feature we’ll hopefully see in the future. For now, here’s a third-party app to do it.
One of the best ways to get the most out of Terminal is to learn what it can do. Here are ten terminal commands for Mac that you should know.
Most Mac apps have many keyboard shortcuts that can save time and boost productivity if you know them. To quickly find out what they are, try this app.
When sharing images on the Internet, you may want to remove EXIF data (or metadata) for privacy and security reasons. Here’s how to do that on a Mac.
Want to speed up browsing on your Android device? Check out an app called OneClick Scroll which lets you quickly jump to the bottom or top of any page.
What if there was a way for you to set an animated screen saver as the desktop background on your Mac? Luckily, there is. Read on to find out how.
Dark Mode in OS X Yosemite lets you change the look and feel of the menu bar and dock, giving both elements a darker appearance. Here’s how to enable it.
Using Terminal to change the DNS servers has its advantages. It’s also very useful when troubleshooting. Here is how you can easily do that on your Mac.
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.