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Third-Party Tools Which Do Better Than Some Of MacOS’ Default Apps

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I am a big fan of some of Mac OS’ default apps but like everything else online, there are tools and software apps which can do MacOS tasks better, faster, and more efficiently. We would be extremely remiss if we didn’t point them out to you. Compared to some of the bloatware that Windows packages […]

How To Set Up Apple Wallet

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Apple Wallet – formerly Passbook – is a mobile wallet app you can use to digitize all of the cards stuffed in your purse or pockets so you don’t have to carry them around with you all the time. It securely stores all your passes, coupons, credit and debit cards, airline or movie tickets, gift […]

How To Create & Use Smart Folders On MacOS

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MacOS has a really efficient system to help you search for files and folders in your storage. You can run searches that contain specific words or other criteria to find the items you’re looking for. What makes finding things even easier though is the Smart Folders feature that comes built into the Finder. Smart Folders, […]

The Five Best Alternative iOS Maps Apps

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Traffic, road closures, and unexpected delays are all part of the daily hassles that make getting around difficult. It’s more frustrating if you go out unprepared, but it doesn’t have to be that way. With a navigation app, you can get accurate maps with voice-prompted turn-by-turn directions, and integrated navigation for walking, cycling and public […]

5 Ways To Reveal The Path Of a File On MacOS

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When you create or copy a file to your Mac, it is assigned a path which is the actual location of the file on your Mac. Paths let you easily get to any folder or files on your machine as they represent the full address of the file saved on your machine. Sometimes you may […]

The 5 Best Alternative iOS Voice Recording Apps

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As voice recognition continues to grow in popularity, device owners are gradually moving more toward speaking into their phones rather than typing. That means when you set a reminder to pick up milk on the way home or make a hair appointment, you’re more likely to pull up your phone’s voice memo app than type […]

5 Apps Which Will Take Your New Mac To The Next Level

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Much of the preinstalled default apps on a MacOS computer is actually really good. But like any new computer, there is always new stuff you can add to make your user experience just that little bit better. During the seven years I have used a Mac computer, there are some apps which were a case […]

iPhone Apps To Monitor & Improve Your Sleep

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Are you getting enough sleep? According to the CDC, one in three adults isn’t. Lack of sleep may leave you cranky and unprepared to meet the next day’s challenges, but over time it can have more serious health consequences. If you have a smartphone though, the tools you need to get more sleep are just […]

10 Apps Which Are Essential For Every iPhone

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I switched from Android to an iPhone back in 2012 and I have never ever contemplated switching back to Android since then. I won’t go into all of the reasons why but I guess one of the main ones is that the iPhone works really well and the apps are fantastic. Since my first iPhone […]

How To Find & Upgrade 32-Bit Apps On Your Mac

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Up until now, your Mac supported all the versions of any apps on your machine. You could run an app whether it was 32-bit or 64-bit without any issues on your machine. However, that changes with the macOS 10.15 version. Once you update your Mac to this latest version of the macOS, you’ll no longer […]