Macintosh installers might have installed MacKeeper at any stage of using their MacBook computers. Mac users know how easy removing an application from Mac is, however MacKeeper’s case is slightly different. MacKeeper is one of the most popular third party utility software installed on a Macintosh, and it installs like any other app from the App Store.
Just a few hours ago, we informed you about the available download of a working jailbreak for iDevices running iOS 9.3.3 to iOS 9.2. The Pangu jailbreak team from China made headlines when they released the tool out of thin air. 64-bit iDevice owners are celebrating since the revelation as they’ll be able to release their hardware from Apple’s restriction by installing Cydia and jailbreak tweaks on it.
Did you download iOS 10 beta last night and now want to downgrade iOS 10 beta to iOS 9.3.3 - the public version of iOS 9 on your iPod Touch, iPad, iPhone? Good news! There’s a way to do that.
Internet cookies are specific files that are stored in a difficult to reach folder in your MacBook, and they make surfing the internet on your computer lot easier. Cookies would track an internet user’s browser activities and other online behaviors, which are saved in files that are later used to make internet surfing lot smoother by not reloading and learning user’s behavior every single time.
App management is simple and easy thanks to tools like iCloud. Before that, if an app was deleted, you needed to purchase the app again or rely on the iTunes backup. But now, things are pretty different. If now an app has been deleted, there’s no reason to panic or worry. Now you can easily restore deleted app on iPhone directly from App Store. In fact, we’ve all deleted apps several times, and it has now become just a random thing.
The ecosystem of iOS makes it a breeze to send pictures/images via the messaging app. Though most people use iMessage to communicate when the sender and receiver both has an iPhone (Mac sometimes comes into play as well), MMS service works pretty well to. But sometimes, iPhone won’t send picture messages. They get stuck at Sending… or message not delivered.
People who use the Apple ecosystem are familiar with Safari, it’s the default internet browser that comes with an Apple MacBook. Pretty much no Apple user would use anything other than Safari because this browser is very fast, loads webpages like a breeze, scrolls through pages like no other machine and of course, the interaction between the browser and the user is so smooth and user friendly to the fullest. When you download a file using the Safari browser, by default the file would go to Downloads folder. But if you want the file to be saved in a directory other than the default Downloads folder, keep on reading this article. We have explained the procedure.
Most of you know that the iPhone setting for message alerts is a chime with a 2x text tone, in an interval of 2 minute. The repeating text alert notifications, sounds, vibrations, etc. are helpful in keeping you aware of the activities happening on your device. But some people just want to disable repeating messaging alert on iPhone because they find them nuisance.
Apple Magic Mouse is around for quite a long time now. It’s a wonderful piece of hardware, especially for people who are tired using the tracking pad on their MacBook. Although the trackpad on a MacBook is one of the most precise mouse trackpads available in a laptop today, yet continuous usage could result into boredom. However, Apple has released the Apple Magic Mouse only for an Apple environment.
Pokemon Go players all over the world are going nuts hunting for Pikachu and friends. Everyone is looking for these magical creatures during their free time. However, on iPhone, players are facing many issues, such as random crashing, rapid battery drain, and server error. Lately, users are trying to find how to fix GPS signal not found in Pokemon Go.