The latest addition from Microsoft for iOS is Pix, which is the second photo oriented app the software firm has released for iPhone.
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The latest craze is Prisma; an app you can use to turn your photos into works of art. Let’s check it out and create a few Picasso’s at the same time.
iPhones have a great feature that allows you to easily forward calls to another number. This tutorial covers the steps including screenshots along the way.
There are some things you can do to try and squeeze a few more hours out of your iPhone before the day ends. Let’s check them out.
If you own an Apple device such as an iPhone or iPad, sometimes, a notification might appear on screen asking you to approve iCloud from another device or enter your iCloud passcode.
For Windows users, evaluating pre-release versions of the OS is a common past time. Apple users, on the other hand, are just becoming familiar with dual booting.
Now that Game of Thrones and the popular Silicon Valley shows are done, you might want to cancel your HBO Now subscription. Here’s how.
Apple iOS 9.3.2 was released this week and it’s packed full of security fixes you should be aware of. I’ve reviewed all the details along with my recommendation on installing or skipping the update.
Microsoft continues its quality iOS app support with the latest addition, Word Flow, a keyboard app. Here’s a look at how to get started with it on iPhone.
The Google Photos iOS app doesn’t support Live Photo uploads. Here’s how to get your iPhone Live Photos into Google Photos, and why you totally should.
Just get the new Apple TV? Here’s a look at how to set when the set-top box goes to sleep automatically or put it to sleep manually from the remote.
As if the recent Adobe Flash Player security exploits wasn’t enough to worry about, there’s a new threat for Windows users – this time from Apple.
I’ve had my Apple Watch a little over nine months now. People ask me all the time “Do you like it?” Absolutely. After watchOS 2.0 came out, I still love it!
Until the latest Apple TV update the only way to use a keyboard with your Apple TV was an iOS workaround. Now there’s an official way that adds new features.