NBC Live Streaming Comes to Android and iOS

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As of late more and more networks and cable companies have been adding the option to live stream sports, news, and TV shows right to our Android or iOS devices, and today NBC just announced some good news. They’ve introduced live streaming of both old and new content for Android and iOS. Most older shows […]

My Singing Monsters Breeding Tips & Tricks

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The fun Android and iOS game My Singing Monsters has continued to gain popularity over the past year or so, not to mention more monsters are introduced periodically. For all those looking to find a little help when it comes to breeding monsters, rares, and other limited characters we have a few tips and tricks […]

iOS 8.1.3 Issues: What You Need to Know Now

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Several weeks ago, Apple released and iOS 8.1.3 update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The update emerged with several bug fixes for iOS 8 problems though, as we and other iPhone and iPad users have learned, it failed to fix them all. Today, we want to take an updated look at iOS 8.1.3 problems on […]

Tax Calculator: Estimate 2015 Tax Refunds for 2014 Taxes

Use a Tax Calculator to get a free 2015 tax refund estimate.

Learn to use a tax calculator to figure out how much you owe or what your 2015 Tax refund will be for the 2014 taxes you need to file this year. You can use tax calculator apps to figure out how much you will get back without spending the time to do your 2014 taxes. […]

How to Use iCloud

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This guide will explain how to use iCloud, what iCloud is, and what you can do with iCloud. iCloud is Apple’s online storage and app service that keeps your data synced between iPhone, iPad, Mac and even PC. Using iCloud on a Windows computer is simple, but you do need to set it up. In […]

How to Secure iMessage and FaceTime

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Back in September last year, Apple introduced two-factor authentication for iCloud, and now it’s available for iMessage and FaceTime. Here’s how to enable it for these two services. Apple recently expanded the ability to secure your iCloud account further by enabling two-factor authentication for iCloud backups, allowing users to secure their iPhone and iPad backups […]

Why You Shouldn’t Buy the iPhone 6 Right Now

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Apple’s iPhone 6 is one of the best smartphones on the market but it’s a difficult device to recommend right now. Those that can wait a few weeks to buy should wait a few weeks to buy. Here’s why you shouldn’t buy the iPhone 6 right now. In September, Apple took the stage and announced two new […]

iPhone Flashlight: 5 Essential Tips

This is how to use the iPhone flashlight and other tips to use it better.

An iPhone flashlight is a small but awesome part of what the iPhone can do. You don’t need a new iPhone for this to work, but if you own an iPhone 4 or newer you can use your iPhone flashlight fast and turn it off faster with a few essential tips. We use the iPhone flashlight […]

How to Downgrade the iPad 2 to iOS 6 in 2015

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The iPad 2 supports the latest version of iOS, but it’s nearing the end of its lifecycle. Plus, iOS 8 doesn’t even run that well on the older tablet, so here’s how you can downgrade your iPad 2 to iOS 6 for better performance. The iPad 2 and the iPhone 4s are the two oldest […]

How to Add a Gmail Account to iPhone

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If you have a Gmail email account and an iPhone, here’s how to add your Gmail account to your iPhone to access your email while on the go. Gmail is one of the most popular email services around, and the iPhone is one of the most popular smartphones on the market. Together, they can create […]

How to Send Roses & Chocolates from Your iPhone

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Valentine’s Day is here, and if you waited until the last minute to get your special someone a gift for the holiday, there’s still some time left, especially when you have the ease and convenience of ordering roses, chocolates and other gifts right on your iPhone. While Valentine’s Day is mostly geared towards couples, it […]

What to Do If Your iPhone Gets Stolen

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If your iPhone was stolen from you, here’s what you need to do in order to keep your information safe and maybe get your device back. Millions of phones get lost or stolen constantly, and usually there’s not much you can do about it other than to try and go back and find it. If […]

How to Restore an iPhone Without Losing iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak

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If you need to restore your iPhone, but can’t afford to lose your jailbreak (especially since iOS 8.1.3 isn’t jailbreakable), here’s how to restore your iPhone without losing your iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak. Whether you want to just start from a clean slate, you’re selling your jailbroken iPhone, or you screwed something up on the software […]

iPad Air 2 iOS 8.1.3 Review: Two Weeks Later

After testing common iPad apps, our most used apps work great on iOS 8.1.3 on the iPad Air 2.

The iPad Air 2 is still shiny and new, but many users still want to know how the iOS 8.1.3 update performs on the new iPad. In the last several months Apple delivered several iOS 8 updates at breakneck speed to fix small bugs and add some features like Apple Pay to devices with Touch […]

iPhone 6 Plus iOS 8.1.3 Review: Two Weeks Later

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Apple continues to deliver small, but important updates for the iPhone 6 Plus and after spending two weeks with the iOS 8.1.3 update it is time to share how it handles on the iPhone 6 Plus. We are still waiting for other updates from Apple that will add important features and hearing rumors of an […]

How to Protect Your iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak

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If you haven’t updated to iOS 8.1.3 yet, but are wanting to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad, stay where you are and don’t update to the latest iOS version just yet. Here’s how to protect your iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak. iOS 8.1.3 was released a couple of weeks ago, and one of the biggest new “features” […]

iPad mini 2 iOS 8.1.3 Review: Two Weeks Later

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With an iOS 8.2 update rumored for March and an iOS 8.3 release probably even further out, iOS 8.1.3 should reign as Apple’s current version for several more weeks. There’s a ton of excitement about Apple’s two new releases but we continue to get tons of questions and feedback about the iOS 8.1.3 update. Today, […]

iOS 8.1.3 to iOS 8.1.2 Downgrade: What You Need to Know

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For two weeks, Apple allowed iPhone and iPad users to downgrade from iOS 8.1.3 to iOS 8.1.2. Today, that came to an end as the company is no longer signing off on the iOS 8.1.2 update. At the end of last year, Apple released a small iOS 8.1.2 update to tackle at least one iOS 8 problem. […]

iPhone 4s iOS 8.1.3 vs iOS 8.1.2 Update Comparison

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A new iPhone 4s iOS 8.1.3 vs iOS 8.1.2 update comparison video will help you decide if you should install the iOS 8.1.3 update on the aging iPhone 4s or stick with the current software while you wait for iOS 8.2, iOS 8.3 and iOS 8.4. In the early iPhone 4s iOS 8.1.3 reviews we shared a video that […]

iPhone 5 iOS 8.1.3 Review: Two Weeks Later

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With iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.3 updates for iPhone and iPad confirmed and an iOS 8.4 release rumored for the future, the iOS 8.1.3 update’s days are numbered. For now though, it rules as Apple’s most current iOS 8 update. We continue to get tons of questions and feedback about the iOS 8.1.3 update and today, […]