How to Turn off Facebook Sounds on Android

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These days Facebook changes a lot of different options and settings on the fly, and this is especially true for its mobile application on Android and iOS. Recent updates to the Facebook app have introduced all kinds of obnoxious sounds, and below we’ll explain how to turn off all these Facebook noises. Facebook has changed […]

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 […]

Why You Don’t Need a Fitbit to Get in Shape

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One of the biggest advantages of having a smartwatch is for the fitness-tracking capabilities, but according to a new study, your smartphone is actually better at tracking your fitness activities. A new paper that was recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that most fitness-focused smartphone apps are just as accurate […]

How to Get More Google Drive Storage

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If you’re running a bit low on Google Drive storage, here’s how to get more for free or at least at a low cost. Google Drive is one of the most popular cloud storage solutions on the market. What was once Google Docs (a cloud-based office suite that you could access from any web browser) […]

MLB.TV Renewal Coming Soon, Cancel for Savings

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MLB.TV is ready for the 2015 baseball season, and it’s letting new users sign up for a yearly subscription to the service, as well renewing existing users’ subscriptions. This may sound good and dandy, but you may want to hold off on purchasing a subscription now. Or if you’re an existing member, cancel your auto-renewal […]

iOS 8.4 Update Aims Its Sights at Spotify

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A lot of new details about upcoming iOS updates have been revealed today, but that’s not all. It’s said that iOS 8.4, which is well into development at this point, will include Apple’s revamped streaming music service that’s based on Beats Music. According to 9to5Mac, Apple is working on iOS 8.4 currently, and while it […]

How to Add or Edit a Credit Card on the Google Play Store

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There are hundreds of thousands of free apps available for Android smartphones and tablets from the Google Play Store, but many of them cost a dollar or $2 and users will need to add a debit or credit card to Play Store. Here we quickly go over how to buy apps on Google Play by […]

How to Watch the Grammy Awards Live

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The Grammy Awards take place later tonight, and if you want to catch all of the action while on the go, here’s how you can stream the Grammy Awards live on your iPhone or other mobile device. The Grammy Award is one of the highest honors that a music artist can receive, and this year […]

Best New iPhone Apps & Games [February 2015]

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If you’re looking to put something new on your iPhone, here are the best new iPhone apps and games. New iPhone apps and games are constantly releasing, and that can make it a bit difficult to keep up with the latest and greatest offerings on iPhone. Heck, even keeping up with what’s popular on iPhone […]

Apple Photos App Release Coming in OS X Yosemite 10.10.3

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Hot on the heels of releasing OS X Yosemite 10.10.2, Apple has released the first beta of version 10.10.3, which is actually a major new update, as it includes the all-new Photos app. The new Photos app will replace iPhoto, which discontinued development last year, as did Aperture. Unfortunately, regular users won’t be able to […]

5 Email App Alternatives for Android

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For most the stock Gmail or Email apps on our Android smartphones and tablets are perfect, and supply enough features or functionality to complete your daily tasks, but they aren’t for everyone. Here we’ve gathered a list of five or so great Email app alternatives for Android. One of the biggest advantages of using Android […]

How to Get iPhone Notifications for School Delays & Closings

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If you live in an area that gets snowed on heavily during the winter months, here’s how to receive notifications on your iPhone when there are school delays and closings. If you live on the east coast or in the midwest, snow is inevitable during winter, and with enough snow, it’s possible for schools to […]

How to Watch the 2015 Super Bowl Live

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The 2015 Super Bowl take place today, and here’s how you can watch all of the action, whether it’s on television or on your mobile device while on the go. The AFC Champion New England Patriots defeated the Indianapolis Colts two weeks ago during the AFC Championship game to advance to this year’s big game, and […]

iOS 8 Photos App Tips & Tricks

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The iOS 8 Photos app on iPhone and iPad has undergone some changes since iOS 7, and if you haven’t taken advantage of all its features, now is a good time to do so. Here are some iOS 8 Photos app tips and tricks that you should know. When you take a photo on your […]

How to Transfer iPhone Voice Memos to Your Mac

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If you’re not sure how to transfer your voice memos from your iPhone to your Mac, here’s how to do it. The Voice Memos app on the iPhone is one of the unsung heroes of Apple’s built-in iOS apps, as it’s not the most popular out of the bunch, but it can be incredibly useful. […]

5 Uses for Your Old iPad

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When you upgrade to a new iPad, you’re left with your old one that you may not know what to do with. Here are five clever uses for an old iPad to give it a new lease on life. If you upgraded to the iPad Air 2 or an iPad mini 3 back in October […]

Are iPhone Tax Apps Safe?

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As you prepare to do your 2014 taxes you may find yourself wondering if you can skip your annual trip to an accountant or pop up tax store in favor of using an iPhone tax app to get your taxes done. Doing your taxes on the iPhone is often as easy as taking a photo […]

5 Fitness iPhone Apps That Replace Your Gym Membership

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If you love working out, you most likely have a gym membership to a local gym in your city. However, you can get rid of those monthly costs with these five fitness iPhone apps. Gym membership costs can definitely add up, especially if it’s an expensive gym with a $50/month fee. What most gym rats […]

Best House Hunting iPhone Apps

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When it comes time to look for a new house to buy, the process can be pretty daunting, especially for first-time home buyers, but these house hunting iPhone apps will hopefully make the process easier for you. Many people simply hire a realtor to do a lot of the work for them, like finding a […]