Whether your sick of Snapchat or just the people on it, deleting the social network permanently is surprisingly easy to do. You’d think they’d beg you to stick around around, but nope. It’s not quite as simple as deleting the app off your phone because your account will still exist on Snapchat’s servers, but it’s still an easy process to follow.
Whether you’re a beginner to music or a seasoned professional, the new alchemy synth in GarageBand can do wonders for your music. It lets even the most inexperienced create amazing music just by tapping around on a keyboard, while experts can use it to quickly create astounding beats on their own or as a layer to a full song.
Fire + Rain is a gorgeous weather app for iOS. It may not pack in the most weather data nor do so as efficiently as it could, but its elegance shines through. Those who want basic information about the day or work week would do well to give this weather app a go.
If you’ve just upgraded to your first iPhone, you’re going to need your contacts. Because let’s face it, there’s no way you remember them. No matter if this if your first iPhone or your third, we’ll guide you through the process of bring your contacts along, in the easiest manner.
WhatsApp has finally rolled out its 2-step verification feature. Two-step verification adds an extra layer of security. You’ll be asked to generate a six digit code, without which, you can no longer login and use WhatsApp.
For the many folks that use the popular bookmarking service Instapaper, a long-standing outage has been resolved. At least in part.
Flipboard is still one of my favorite news reading apps on the iPhone. I still like the beautiful design, the publication based styles, the smoothness, the flips. Flipboard offered its own curated categories that made it easy to check out top news for something like Technology or Politics. You could also add your own sources and turn them into a magazine. Now, with the Flipboard 4.0 update, Flipboard is adding Smart Magazines.
Pinterest makes it easy to run down a rabbit hole of content, from quotes, to things to buy, and more.
Ever since Instagram launched live videos, it has been trying to hound users to get on board with the idea. Whenever anyone you follow starts a live video, you get a push notification about it.