Everything You Want to Know About Vines

Everything You Want to Know About Vines

The following is everything you need to know about Vines, including where to dowload the app, how to record a vine, and how to share your vines.

By Laura Tucker -
It’s Time To Speculate On The iPhone 6

It’s Time To Speculate On The iPhone 6

Even before Apple releases a phone, people often know the buzz before it reaches the market. Here are some rumors on what iPhone 6 might look like and work.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
How to Sync Google Calendar With iPad

How to Sync Google Calendar With iPad

Google provides one of the best calendar service and it is available for almost every device. Here is how you can sync google calendar with iPad.

By Mahesh Makvana -
PhoneClean Review and Christmas Giveaway

PhoneClean Review and Christmas Giveaway

PhoneClean is one great application that allows you to clean up your iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad. And since Christmas is coming, we have some free licenses to give away too.

By Damien -
Is the New iOS 7 Innovative? [Poll]

Is the New iOS 7 Innovative? [Poll]

Apple has been accused of losing the ability to be innovative. After the announcement during the Apple Keynoe at the WWDC, is the new iOS 7 innovative? Let us know what you think.

By Laura Tucker -
Get Quick Access to Your Recently Closed Apps [Mac]

Get Quick Access to Your Recently Closed Apps [Mac]

AppsBar gives you a quick launch bar for all your recently closed apps on a Mac. It displays your recently closed apps at the top of the screen, uses very few resources and does not engage the discrete GPU, so you won’t have to worry about it slowing down your computer.

By Charnita Fance -
Using Your Brainwaves to Trigger the “Do-Not-Disturb” Feature: Helpful or Intruding?

Using Your Brainwaves to Trigger the “Do-Not-Disturb” Feature: Helpful or Intruding?

Apple’s iOS rolled out a feature last year called Do Not Disturb that allows you to set it up to prevent calls during certain times of the day. It might not stop there. Neuroscientist Ruggero Scorcioni debuted a new automatic do-not-disturb technology via a smartphone app at an AT&T event this week. Is this going to be helpful or intruding?

By Laura Tucker -
Is There Room for Ubuntu and Firefox in Smartphone Market?

Is There Room for Ubuntu and Firefox in Smartphone Market?

While Google and Apple have been battling it out to decide who will grab the lion’s share of the smartphone market, Ubuntu and Firefox poised to enter the market and compete with the giants. Is there any more room for new players in the smartphone market?

By Laura Tucker -
The Beginning Guide to iOS: Mobile Safari (Part 5)

The Beginning Guide to iOS: Mobile Safari (Part 5)

While you can install third party browser in iOS, you can’t set them as the default. Since you are stuck with the mobile Safari, why not learn how to make better use of it? In this article, we will show you how.

By Laura Tucker -
Long Overdue iTunes Update a Worthwhile Download

Long Overdue iTunes Update a Worthwhile Download

iTunes was introduced twelve years ago and nothing much has changed since its first release. In another word, it is long overdue for some changes. This led to the release of iTunes 11.

By Laura Tucker -
The Beginning Guide to iOS: Installing and Managing Apps (Part 4)

The Beginning Guide to iOS: Installing and Managing Apps (Part 4)

In iOS, every function is accomplished with the use of an app. There are native apps that are included with iOS, apps that Apple makes available to you to add more function, and there are also third-party apps that are available. In this article, we will show you how to install and uninstall apps as well as organizing them.

By Laura Tucker -
Getting Your Ways Around The Unobvious Settings in iOS

Getting Your Ways Around The Unobvious Settings in iOS

There is so much information and instruction packed into the General Settings in iOS that it’s really not so general. If you’re looking for more minor general settings, such as how to update your software, or how to find out your serial number, this is the place to go.

By Laura Tucker -
How to Hard Reset Your iPad [Quick Tips]

How to Hard Reset Your iPad [Quick Tips]

Sometimes your iPad may start to act funny, such as running slow or freezing up. If this ever happens to you, there’s an easy solution that usually takes care of the problem right away. That solution is simply to perform a hard reset on your iPad. Resetting an iPad just means that your data and settings will be refreshed, which helps to reset buggy apps among other things. Basically, it’s like the restart function on your computer.

By Charnita Fance -
The Beginning Guide to iOS: Settings (Part 3)

The Beginning Guide to iOS: Settings (Part 3)

The Settings in your iOS device is one important place where you will spend most of your time on configuring the phone. Continuing our series of the beginner guide to iOS, we will show you how to master the Settings in your iOS devices.

By Laura Tucker -
The Beginning Guide to iOS: Basic Navigation (Part 2)

The Beginning Guide to iOS: Basic Navigation (Part 2)

Navigating around in iOS device is a very easy thing, unless you choose to make it difficult. Continuing our series of the beginner guide to iOS, we will show you how to navigate around in your iOS devices.

By Laura Tucker -
Turn Your Photos Into Music Videos on iOS

Turn Your Photos Into Music Videos on iOS

Have you ever thought of turning your photos stream into interesting music videos to share with your family and friends? It used to be a complicated task involving expensive software and plenty of time. but in iOS, you can now do it easily and effortlessly. Here is how you can turn your photos into music videos in iOS.

By Laura Tucker -
How to Use Tech In Gift Giving [iOS]

How to Use Tech In Gift Giving [iOS]

The difficult part about gift giving is finding out what to give and where to get it. Here, we will show you how you can easily create a gift giving list, finding the best gift, and paying the least amount possible, all from your iPhone.

By Ari Simon -
Werdsmith For iOS Takes Writing Projects From Start to Finish

Werdsmith For iOS Takes Writing Projects From Start to Finish

I’m a fan of productivity apps and am always downloading note-taking and writing apps. Yet, when it comes to push and shove, I always end up resorting to my tried and true apps of Pages and AwesomeNote for writing on the iPad. Werdsmith is a writing app for iOS that promises to both track your ideas and help you write as you follow your project from start to finish. Does it deliver? Yes, of course.

By Laura Tucker -