Glovebox is an Android app that lets you launch apps from the sidebar of your device. If you’re curious to see how it works, keep on reading!
If you love music and want your Mac to play your favorite track every time you boot up, you can do that using the Automator app to add a startup sound. Here’s how.
Hocus Focus is a Mac app that can automatically hide inactive windows. It senses and hides them for you to focus on the task at hand. Here’s how it works.
By default, the Finder app on Mac does not show the full path in its title bar. If you want to change that, here’s how to show the current path in Finder.
If you have a PDF document and wish to extract a single page from it, here’s how you can go about doing that on your Mac.
Want to save a number during a call on your Android phone? This app lets you note down phone numbers easily during a call; it substitutes for pen and paper.
The Play store will usually notify you when there is an app update. Here is how you can turn off the app update notifications on an Android device.
Apple has been showing the El Capitan banner in the App Store. If you are not ready to upgrade, you can hide that banner from appearing in the App Store.
If you want to join images either vertically or horizontally, you can use the built-in Preview app on your Mac to do so. Here’s how it’s done.
Ever wished you could disable a specific Android app for a certain period of time? Well, you can! Here’s how to block distracting apps & boost productivity.
The Android Marshmallow boot animation is now available for rooted Android devices, and you can install it on your devices using a simple root explorer.
iMyfone is a data recovery software for iPhone that uses smart scanning technology & works on Windows. Check out how it works & enter to win a license key.
Vysor is a Google Chrome app that allows you to fully control your Android device from any of your computers. Here’s how it works.
Are you a fan of Apple Watch? If so, you can now add the Apple Watch Clock Face as a screen saver on your Mac. It’s quite simple and stylish. Here’s how.
If you use an Android device, you now have a way to add background music to the apps on your device. Let’s check it out.
If you would prefer to launch apps on your Mac using a keyboard shortcut, this tutorial will show you how to do that utilizing Quicksilver.