Apple is one of the leading tech giants in the world today. Even though its products are expensive when compared to others, many still have a preference for it. Why? It is user-friendly as well as uncomplicated features.
One of the most basic additional functions in the iPhone 6S and iPhone 7 is known as Live Photos, which instantly records a little video before and after your still photos. When you press down on the photo, it seems to come alive. But what if you want to post live photos on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or other social website?
Apple’s AirPods are all the rage these days. They’ve taken the wireless headset community by storm, as well as the market for earphones and headphones. People have forgotten names like Bose and Beats after the release of Apple’s offerings. The demand is so high that the company is struggling with production.
The newest Safari version for iOS enables users to close all browser tabs that are launched all together. This makes it a breeze to manage and end different browser sessions, rather than closing each tab manually.
7 billion people live on this planet and there’s a plenty lot of different languages that helps them communicate with each other. Learning a language that’s not someone’s mother tongue is quite a difficult task to achieve, however with improved computing technology these days it’s no more ‘impossible’. Duolingo is a very popular app, if not the most popular app for learning a new language.
Technology is changing rapidly these days and it is becoming more and more user-friendly. There are various things which by the grace of technology if we imbibe in our life, then it is going to improve the quality of our life drastically.
If your work often involves working with PDFs or E-documents, you must have come across the dilemma of signing the documents without having to print them out. While there are many apps that allow the users to modify and edit texts and signatures, some of my preferences are PDF Expert, Documents 5 and some apps from Adobe. But after getting familiar with many apps and getting to know about their features and user interfaces, the app that has kept me content is PDFpen. It is developed by Smile Software.
Ever since the mobile phones have become a part of our daily lives, they slowly started replacing our watches and especially, alarm clocks. It’s hard to find anyone these days who would buy a dedicated alarm clock only for its purpose. People still buy watches, sure, but not to set an alarm on them.
Hotmail by Microsoft has been a very popular web based email service for a very long time. Windows Live had been an associated service for a pretty long time, then Microsoft decided to ditch the title in 2012. After a lot of overhauls to the Microsoft online services range, the Hotmail emailing and Live messenger service was changed into Outlook and Hotmail was discontinued.
Although iCloud does a great job to manage and organize your iPhone contacts, it gets problematic when you import a large number of contacts and numbers from iCloud to your devices, as there is a chance of contacts getting duplicated. While you can find those duplicates, it’s a whole different ballgame if there are a lot of contacts.
Smartphone gaming is now hitting new horizons, because not just the native smartphone games but even games meant for other devices e.g. computer and consoles are slowly converging into the smartphone platform. If not as native options, then certainly through some emulator programs.