You can manage anxiety and relieve stress in more ways than you realize, but these apps simplify the process and make them doable.
When should you charge your smartphone to ensure the longest lifespan for your battery? Check out these tips to better manage your smartphone’s battery life.
You have probably received an anonymous phone call with a pre-recorded message before. Robocalling is a prevalent nuisance. Find out how to block robocalls here.
While there are numerous stands for your phone on the market, you can easily make some of the best DIY smartphone stands with everyday household items.
Whatsapp has rolled out a new version with the ability for you to delete a message that you sent errantly. Here’s how to unsend messages in Whatsapp.
The envelope-budgeting method is a good way for people to manage their cashflow. Here are are some of the best envelope-budgeting apps you can use, without the physical envelope.
Removing the 3.5 mm headphone jack from a smartphone seems more like a downgrade. What happened is a move towards more proprietary hardware and exclusivity.
There are plenty of apps that can help you cut costs, save time, and conserve energy right from your phone. Here are 5 sharing economy apps you should try.
We’re in an era where phones are several times more expensive than their “dumber” predecessors and that much more delicate as well. What gives?!
Budget phones are good for people who can’t afford the flagship phones; they are also beneficial to those who don’t buy them. Here’s why.
With tons of photos and videos on your phone, there inevitably comes a time when you want to share them on the TV. Here are some popular ways to connect your phone to a TV.
If you are a heavy social media user and only have a finite amount of cellular data, learn how you can save data when using your favorite social media apps.
The standard thought is that you need to always use the official charger to charge your phone or else it will damage your battery. How true is this? Let’s find out.
With Apple and Google baking the feature into iOS and Android, it is much easier to use your phone as a Wifi hotspot now. Learn how you can do so here.
Smartphone battery drain while using the GPS has been an issue and a debate. Will leaving your location turned on drain your battery? Let’s find out!
How many times have you had a conference call appointment and were outside without your desktop? Here are two tips for you to attend conference calls on your phone.
There are plenty of features in Instagram, and some of them are relatively unknown. Here 5 useful Instagram tips you can and should use.
Everyone’s talking about Chrome and Firefox, without paying attention to the better Opera mini browser. Here’s everything you need to know about the quietly brilliant browser.
Given that almost everything you do is being tracked, it’s normal to have privacy concerns. Here’re some ways you can minimize the amount of data apps collect from you.
There are plenty of mobile apps going on sale everyday. You only need to track them down. Here are a few ways to easily find discounted mobile apps and games.
If you have a limited mobile data plan and are using WhatsApp, here are some ways to limit WhatsApp data usage and conserve your mobile data.
Blackberry won in an arbitration case against Qualcomm and has now $815 million in its pocket. This could lead the company to do a couple of great things.
With a sea of mobile job search apps out there, job searching has never been easier. Here are five of the most popular mobile job search apps you should use.
Other than taking photos, there are many things that your smartphone camera can do. Here are some smartphone camera tricks to make your life easier.
Today’s smartphones have cameras that are great for professional-quality videos. Here are some tips for you to shoot better mobile videos with your smartphone.
Speculation suggests Samsung and LG are producing foldable smartphones in late 2017. Let’s see how this might be a decent idea and some of the caveats it may have.
You may have spotted “32-bit” or “64-bit” when looking at the specifications of a smartphone. Let’s take a look at the difference between 32-bit and 64-bit for Android phones and which is the better choice.
Buying a used smartphone is a great way to save money as long as you do the proper checks. Use this checklist to see if a used smartphone is a smart choice.
How well do you know your mobile apps? Take this quick quiz and find out if you know them as well as you think you do.
You may have heard that your phone is “locked” and cannot be used elsewhere. What’s the differences between a locked and unlocked smartphone? Let’s find out!
Do you always have difficulty deciding which phone is better and which one you should get? Learn how you can easily compare the specifications of two or more phones.
Did you just install Google Allo and not sure how to interact with it? Here’s a list of things you can ask Google Allo and get answers for.
With the release of the iPhone 7, is now the right time to go for a 6S? Is iPhone 6S still worth getting? Here’s a guide to help you make a decision about which Apple device is right for you.
Google is releasing its new Pixel smartphone which seems to be just as flashy as the iPhone 7. How well do you know the new Google Pixel Phone?
Edward Snowden has advised against using Google Allo as it collects a lot of user data on the side. But what are the privacy issues, and why do they matter? Let’s find out.
Can Allo snatch the crown from WhatsApp? If you’re not sure which to use, here’s a guide that will take you through the positives found with each one so you can decide for yourself!
These ten mobile apps were the most downloaded for the first half of 2016. Which ones do you have on your smartphone or tablet?
Looking for an Evernote alternative thanks to their not-so-user-friendly policy update? Zoho Notebook for iOS is a great contender and has better features.
More and more smartphone users are using mobile payment solutions. Wondering which is best for you? Here’s a comparison of Android Pay, Apple Pay, and Samsung Pay.
Technology is forcing a change as some phones are shipping without headphone ports. What do you think of smartphones doing away with headphone ports?
Our smart phones are attached to many things via Bluetooth. What other devices would you like tethered to your smart phone?
ThingThing is a mobile keyboard app that lets you quickly share files. It can access your cloud files, animated GIFs, & images from Facebook and Instagram.
Are you a Google Now user but tired of the constant notifications? This post will show you how to completely turn off all Google Now notifications for good.
Everyone who uses a mobile phone knows the frustration of it being filled with unwanted apps out of the box. Are pre-installed apps on your phone junk or useful?
There’s nothing like going to use your mobile device and finding it has less than ten percent on its battery. What do you use to charge your mobile devices?
Face Swap is a Snapchat feature that allows you to do something cool, yet creepy at the same time. Here’s how to swap faces with friends or family to bring out your silly side.
If you’re an avid WhatsApp user, it’s important to know what types of things can get you banned so that you can avoid doing them. Here’s what to watch out for.
Bluetooth might seem like an old technology, but it still has many uses and works with many devices. Here are 6 other uses of Bluetooth besides wireless audio.
Looking to make informed buying decisions when looking at mobile phone specifications? This mobile hardware guide will help you do that.
There are many features in WhatsApp that can improve your experience. Here are some tips and tricks for WhatsApp power users to help boost productivity.