Spotify Premium Deal Offers Great Price for New Users

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Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming services on the market right now, and for a limited time, new users can take advantage of all its features for next to nothing. New users can sign up for Spotify Premium for just $0.99 per month for the first three months, which gives you more […]

10 Best Winter Apps to Survive and Thrive

Here are the apps you need to survive and thrive in Winter.

These are the winter apps you need to survive the cold and snow in 2014 and early 2015. We’ll outline the best weather apps to keep you informed about extreme weather, but also our favorite apps that get extra use when the snow starts to fall, the evening light disappears at 6 PM and it’s […]

Apple Pay Support Rolls Out to More Banks

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Apple Pay launched back in October alongside the iOS 8.1 update for iPhone and iPad users. The new payment platform already has a handful of major banks that support it, as well as a growing list of retail stores. However, one big roadblock has been bank support, with only a few big-name banks supporting Apple’s […]

3 Common iMessage Problems & How to Fix Them

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While iMessage is one of the most-used services for iOS users, it’s definitely not without its problems. Here’s how to fix the most common iMessage problems. iMessage has changed the way that many people communicate with their family and friends on a daily basis. With iMessage being available on any of your iOS devices, it […]

How to Stop Gmail from Adding Events to Google Calendar

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About a month ago, Google added a capability to Gmail and Google Calendar that allows Gmail to automatically add events it see in your email to your Google Calendar. Here’s how to disable that feature. The feature scans your Gmail email and automatically creates new events based on emails you receive that include dates and […]

Firefox iOS Browser Reportedly in the Works

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In an effort to reach more users, it’s said that Mozilla is looking to bring its Firefox web browser to iOS in the future. According to TechCrunch, it’s said that Mozilla’s VP for Firefox, Jonathan Nightingale, wants to bring the popular desktop web browser to the iPhone and iPad. He says, “We need to be where our […]

5 iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks for Touch ID

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The iOS 8 jailbreak is officially out and available for all iPhones and iPads that are capable of running iOS 8. Here are five iOS 8 Cydia tweaks that work with the latest version of iOS that are a must have for your Touch ID-enabled iOS device, like the iPhone 6 and the iPad Air […]

Adobe Creative Cloud iPad Apps Review

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Adobe now offers a slew of apps that connect iPad users with the company’s Creative Cloud subscription service. Can serious creative professionals and hobbyists get enough functionality from the Adobe Creative Cloud iPad apps to make it useful? Do the Adobe Creative Cloud iPad apps included in the stable of Adobe iPad apps add enough functionality to a Creative […]

5 iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks That Add Neat Features

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The iOS 8 jailbreak is officially out and available for all iPhones and iPads that are capable of running iOS 8. Here are five iOS 8 Cydia tweaks that work with the latest version of iOS that are essential to the functionality of your iPhone or iPad. The Pangu dev team is responsible for this […]

Best Black Friday App to Find the Best Deals

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If you’re looking for a Black Friday app to have on your smartphone while you’re out conquering all those Black Friday deals, here is the best one to use. Black Friday is just days away, and if you haven’t already started planning your shopping trips, now is the time to do so. If you’re looking […]

3 Great Time Machine Alternatives for Mac

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If you use a Mac and want to back up your files, Time Machine might just be a viable option, but it’s simply not up to snuff for all Mac users. Here are three Time Machine alternatives that you may want to consider if you’re looking for something else. OS X comes with a free […]

Nexus 9 Setup Guide: 5 Steps to Get Started

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Now that Google’s brand new Nexus 6 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet are both readily available to buyers in the United States, more and more users are likely opening up their brand new devices. If you just took the Nexus 9 out of the box and want to make sure you set up the Nexus […]

Apple Pay Support Could Expand to Small Businesses

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Apple Pay has been rather popular since it launched last month, and payment processing service Square will be able to bring Apple’s new digital payment platform to smaller businesses. While Apple Pay is becoming the most popular digital payment service, it’s only accepted at larger retail locations and a handful of restaurant chains, but Square […]

How to See Which Apps Are Using Your MacBook Battery Life

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Last year, Apple launched refreshed MacBook Pros that boasted nine hours of battery life thanks to the inclusion of the latest Intel Haswell chips, compared to seven hours of the previous generation, making it quite a big leap in battery life. MacBook Airs get even better battery life thanks to the slight-slower internals that require […]

How to Edit Photos in iOS 8

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Both the iPhone and iPad are turning into excellent point-and-shoot camera killers, and Apple has kept improving the camera modules in its iOS devices with every new model, but what do you do with all of those photos that you took on your iPhone or iPad? You’ll probably transfer them to your computer in order […]

16 Nexus 6 Tips, Tricks & Hidden Features

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Now that the Nexus 6 is here and running Google’s latest Android 5.0 Lollipop software update users will want to know about everything the phone and OS update have to offer. And while there is still plenty to learn, below is a quick video and list of 16 or so tips and tricks to help […]

HTC One Android 5.0 Update: 3 New Details Emerge

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Google’s latest and greatest software update to the Android operating system, Android 5.0 Lollipop, is slowly but surely rolling out to many Nexus smartphones and tablets, and a few select Motorola and LG handsets. However, HTC is up next and today we’ll be sharing a few details regarding the HTC One and HTC One M8 […]

iOS 8 May Add Beats Music as a Default App in Future Update

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As if users needed more apps to put away in an “Unused” folder, it’s said that the Beats Music streaming app might turn into a default app on iOS devices, joining the ranks of Safari, Notes, Mail, and other built-in iOS apps that every iPhone and iPad user gets with their device. According to the […]

Chrome for Mac Just Got a Lot Better

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Google Chrome hasn’t been the most friendly web browser on OS X, but a new 64-bit version of Chrome for Mac has released, which aims to increase performance and manage RAM better than previous versions. Of course, most newer Macs are 64-bit compatible, while older Macs are on 32-bit, and since Google is retiring the […]

Apple Watch Release Nears as Developers Start Making Apps

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The Apple Watch is set to release at some point early next year, and the anticipation is continuing to grow as Apple has officially released its WatchKit software development kit, which allows developers to finally start making apps for the new smartwatch. This software development kit arrives alongside the first beta to iOS 8.2, and […]