A smiley face provides a quick shortcut to expressing a common emotion. In this article, we take a look at the emoji, the apps and places you can use them.
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The iPhone camera makes it easy to capture awesome panorama images. Here’s a look at sharing those brilliant photos in full fidelity on Facebook.
Over the past couple weeks, Google has been out several neat new apps for iOS. The latest one from the Googleplex is called Motion Stills. Here’s a look.
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.
After Microsoft launched Word Flow for iOS, Google released its own iOS keyboard called Gboard. It brings its powerful search engine to your fingertips.
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.
Apple rolled out iOS 9.3 this week and while the update focuses on bug fixes, it also provides some cool new features that will be hard to resist.
Apple’s new version of its mobile operating system, iOS 9.3, comes packed new features. One of the more touted features is dubbed Night Shift.
Low Power Mode, a new feature in iOS 9, promises to extend your battery life up to three hours by reducing processes that running in the background.
Over is a simple yet powerful creative app for adding beautiful artistic elements to your images on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, Here’s a look.
When you’re listening to music or a podcast on your phone, it’s annoying to be interrupted by an incoming text or email notification. Here are some fixes.
Emoji’s have been a growing trend over the years and they allow you to express yourself in a unique and fun way. Here’s how to find a huge list of new ones.
A passcode for your iPhone or iPad is only four digits by default. Make your device more secure by using a strong alphanumeric passcode instead.
When you first use the iOS News app, it seems you can only select Apple-approved sites. However, that’s not the case at all, and you can make it a customized RSS reader.