One of the reasons why we love using Macs is just how low maintenance they are. Make sure you’re running the latest security updates and you’re usually fine. But sometimes that’s not the case. Either you have a lot of applications installed, or you’re constantly running out of space. There can be multiple reasons why your Mac is running slower than usual. One of the ways to fix it is by using CleanMyMac 3.
It’s 2017 and Apple has just started raising the base MacBook Pro storage to 256 GB. And if you’re a pro user, even that might not be enough. For someone like me, who uses a 128 GB Mac to make a living, disk space is a constant problem. Cleaning up has become a weekly task. If you’re suffering from the same periodic storage up problem. CleanMyMac 3 might be the answer.
Instagram is insanely popular, but it’s never really had a non-smartphone app. There’s no official iPad app. And we didn’t even have a functioning website until recently. If you wanted to post photos to Instagram, for your personal or business account, you always had to go to your smartphone.
iOS is almost 10 years old. That’s a decade of updates and new features. Though, when you simply look at the Home screen of an iPhone running iOS 10, you might question yourself if anything has really changed much over the years. It has, just not in the most obvious, in-your-face way.
Deep down, we know that using an open, unsecured Wi-Fi connection is risky. But usually, we ignore that instinct. We think that it’s not going to happen to me, I don’t have anything to hide. Or we’re just too lazy to take the proper steps to protect ourselves. Sometimes there’s no other option but to use a free, open, unsecured Wi-Fi network. In that case, what do you do?
A couple of months ago we told you all about Opera’s futuristic concept browser, Neon. Instead of the standard tabs-on-the-top layout, Neon embraced a more freeform, floating bubbles type approach to tab management. There was a sidebar on the left and circular tabs on the right. Instead of tabs, there were panels that you swiped between.
From time to time, willingly or unwillingly, I engage in iOS vs Android debates. They’re quite fun and while I always have legit arguments, there are some points where I just concede (as any sensible person would). Notification Center is one of those things.
It’s always been possible to retouch photos, remove objects, make this prettier. You only needed a computer and Photoshop. But now though, you can do simple retouching using just your fingers, right on your iPhone. Thanks to TouchRetouch.
Sometimes it seems funny that the iPhone is still called the iPhone. It seems like we use it for everything other than actually talking to people on calls. But of course, that’s not everyone. If you still use your phone for making calls, either FaceTime or old-timey cellular calls, check out our list of tips and tricks for making that call experience a whole lot better.
Chances are, you’ve got the Shazam app installed on your iPhone. It’s what you use to look up that song that’s playing in the club or the cafe. It’s a great piece of technology that lets you identify almost any song, without having to talk to anything. Now that is innovative.