Tutorials

How To Create Shortcuts On An iOS Device

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We’re all looking for ways to shave some time off our day. Which is why you really need to embrace the concept of automation in your daily life. Automation is one of the best things about technology. It enables you to take something which normally takes say three clicks and shortens it to one click […]

GeekTool – A Rainmeter Alternative

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The bland default desktops of Windows don’t hold a candle to the beautiful displays RainMeter can create, but Mac users find themselves left out in the cold. RainMeter doesn’t support Mac, and unless you want to run Windows via Bootcamp, you can’t modify your desktop to the extent RainMeter allows—or can you? GeekTool is the […]

How To Make Your iOS Passcode Longer In Case The Cops Confiscate Your Phone

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In many countries, especially the United States, a police officer can confiscate your phone and demand the PIN code to open it up. But iOS devices come with a four digit PIN code as standard. This is virtually useless from a security point of view. If you refuse to reveal your PIN, the latest cracking […]

How to Record Using Two Different Microphones in GarageBand

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Does this sound familiar? You want to start a podcast. You’re on a budget. You’ve already decided to use GarageBand and found the perfect mic, but after a little bit of research, you realize the sound quality would be significantly improved using two microphones instead of one. The problem is that GarageBand won’t recognize the […]

The Best Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcuts

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No matter what you’re doing, efficiency helps—and what better way to be more efficient than with keyboard shortcuts? MacOS has dozens of keyboard shortcuts that help you perform simple tasks with a quick combination of clicks, rather than a prolonged search through the menus to perform the same function. But even power users might not […]

Use Custom DNS Servers on Cellular in iOS with DNS Override

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When you type the name of a website into your browser’s address bar, it gets referred to a DNS or domain name system server, which translates the friendly web URL to an IP address pointing to a specific server. Your service provider will usually run its own DNS server and your router will default to […]

The Best Features in iOS 12

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iOS 12, released in September 2018, includes quite a few new features and improvements. In addition to significant performance gains, we gained some features people had been asking about for a long time. Now that it’s been out for a while, we’ll focus on a handful of these useful features that we think would give you […]

Sync Apple Watch To Your Fitness App

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The Apple Watch has grown from a niche device into an essential health and fitness companion for many satisfied users. The new year is a great time to take advantage of all of the features the watch has to offer such as step tracking and heart rate monitoring, and those features are even more useful […]

How to Use Apple AirPods On a Windows PC

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Apple AirPods are one of the hottest gifts of the holiday season, and they’re great headphones for those who want to listen to their tunes while exercising or while on the go. However, they’re comfortable headphones with decent audio quality and impressive battery life – making them an excellent option as primary headphones for a […]

Enable Display Accommodations On iOS

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iOS devices are extremely user-friendly by default, which makes them an attractive option for buyers who are looking for a capable phone or tablet that works well right out of the box. However, many people don’t realize the extent of Apple’s accessibility settings. The fact of the matter is that a phone’s default settings won’t […]