Having trouble with the taptic feedback on your Apple watch? Here are a couple of quick steps that you can try, to put the tap back to function properly. Read More
Siri, the digital assistant on iPhone, can be a very powerful and useful tool. However, it takes a little bit of time not just to get used to it but also to understand the many different ways that it can make our day to day lives easier. One thing that most people don’t know is that the more you use Siri the better it understands you. It learns the accent and nuances of your voice and is therefore more able to help you. From sending emails to getting directions, here are 10 ways to make the most of Siri. Read More
As we just reported, The Android Market and Google’s entertainment services have been made to fit under a single brand, Google Play. The transition has started to take place and you should have the Google Play services on your Android devices soon. To update from your Android Market to the Google Play Store, here are the steps you need to follow (you need to be connected to the internet). Read More
If you visit a web page too often or fill in forms a lot directly from your iOS device, here is a neat feature which is by default turned off on all iOS devices dubbed “Autofill”. In Safari, you can use it to be more productive. Read More
You must have heard about those cool new multi touch gestures that Apple is testing. To apply those new features, you need to have a Mac and get XCode for $4.99. By following the below steps, you can experience those gestures without having to pay $4.99 and without a Mac. Read More
Unlike Windows, Mac OS does not have an “Uninstall or Remove Applications” like program. Apple’s recently announced Mac App Store certainly makes installing Mac Apps extremely easy, but uninstalling them is not so direct.
It is a good idea to remove Apps that you don’t use and make your Mac free of bloat ware. Simply use any of the two methods mentioned below, and you’ll get to know how to remove applications installed on your Mac.
Steve Jobs launched iTunes 10 and Ping (a social network for music) yesterday. iTunes 10 is available for download today and the social network for music can be accessed from within iTunes. We have put together some pictures and information that will help you get started with Ping and shows you what’s new in iTunes 10.
According to Steve Jobs, Flash is a technology that is going to become obsolete in a few years and HTML5 would become the next big thing. He believes that Flash makes devices slow, prone to crashes and drains battery life and therefore Apple decided not to use Flash on iPods, iPhones and iPads.