How To: Print in your Android Phone or Tablet

The android smartphones and tablets nowadays are almost identical to computers, because of their features, which can be found in PCs too. For example, you can send emails, browse through Internet, create documents etc. However, in this tutorial we are going to focus on another feature. To be more...
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How To Run: Android on Windows

Although Android is a mobile operating system, it is also known for being quite open. In the tech age, this means that it will be available through whatever means on as many platforms as possible. Google itself wants people to do that and PC users were very eager to...

How To: Pin Everything to the Start Screen of your Windows Phone

If you are a Windows Phone user, you should probably realize that you can pin anything on the Start screen of your device. To be more specific, your Windows Phone gives you the chance to pin things, such as games, apps, groups, Office documents, OneNote notebooks, websites, email folders, maps, music,...

[Guide] Get spelling and grammar check in iOS

Most apps and services that allow us to type text have some kind of built-in spelling and grammar check. This extends far beyond word processors such as Word and Google Docs since you will find similar capabilities in apps like PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook. The predictive text iOS feature highlights...

How to: Save the Battery life of your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Many Apple enthusiasts spend much of their time with their devices. As a result, these devices tend to run out of battery very quickly. For this reason, we are going to let you know a few tricks, so that your device does not need to recharge every now and...

How to: Track, Lock and Wipe your iPhone, iPad or Mac

Apple offers the best product-tracking service in the market. Whether you are an iPad, iPhone or Mac owner, you can use Apple's tools to remotely track down your device, lock or wipe it. These features are so efficient, that you could remotely manipulate your device, even though it has...

How To: Use the Office App in Windows Phone 8

Every Windows Phone device has the Office app preinstalled in it. This application provides you with many useful features. For example, you can possibly access your documents and you are also able to do basic editing and sharing. In this tutorial, we are going to focus on the benefits,...

Google Location History feature and how to work with it

It is no secret that Google Maps is a tremendous feature that a lot of us use in our everyday lives. The immense popularity of the feature combined with the sheer functionality is something that helps millions of people every day. What you may not know, however, is that...

[Guide] Run Android apps in Google Chrome

While there are various tools that allow you to run Android apps on a PC, it's also possible to run Android apps in Google Chrome. Instead of installing a third-party tool, you just need to add an extension to your Chrome browser, something many users would prefer. Google developed a...

Hide your personal information from an image in iOS

Every time you want to share an image or a screenshot on social media, in chat apps, email and other modern means of communication there might be some personal information in there which you don't want others to see. Like on other platforms, it's possible to hide personal information...

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Connect Gmail and Google Calendar to Cortana in Windows 10

Compared to its rivals from other platforms, Cortana is not yet on par. However, it keeps receiving useful features that have certainly set Microsoft's...

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How To: Add subtitles to Windows Media Player

Since loads of people refuse to abandon Windows Media Player but are still having problems with their subtitles, I figured I would make this guide...