Among the latest changes to Chrome on Android phones are accessibility improvements and the data saving feature has been made easier and more prominent and you can manage passwords. Take a look.
Apple Maps has come a long way from when it was launched and it now has some great features that might make you switch back from Google Maps if you haven’t already done so. Check them out.
Who doesn’t like smaller, faster, lighter apps that use fewer resources on their phone. Facebook has two versions of its Messenger app - the full fat or skinny version. Which do you prefer?
Phone contracts are getting more generous and the amount of data that we can use is increasing, but our consumption is also increasing too. Here’s how to limit the amount of data used by apps.
Chrome is the obvious web browser to use on an Android phone or tablet, but it is not the only one. It may not even be the best one and there are alternatives that might better suit you.
Did you know that instead of typing your emails, you can write on the iPhone screen with your finger and use drawing tools? Create and send colourful drawings in your emails just for fun!
WhatsApp recently learned some new tricks and the messaging app is now able to share your location so other people so they can see where you are. An invasion of privacy or useful feature? Here’s how it works.
Measuring your heart rate is one way to gauge fitness and your iPhone can help by recording measurements and letting you browse your history. You can see yourself getting fitter over time.
Woof, Woof! Meoooow! Google has added a barking mad new feature to the Photos app that enables it to recognise your pets in photos. It now groups them into a people and pets group.
Apple Maps is a good app for finding your way around and getting directions, but is it fun? If you want something more entertaining, Google Earth has had some impressive updates recently.
Microsoft has added a new feature to OneNote that enables you to lock whole sections of notes with password protection. Now you can securely store information in notes. Here’s how it works.
Apple provides a useful collection of apps with iOS devices, but you don’t have to use them and in some cases there are better alternatives. Let’s take a look at what you can use instead.
Sometimes you come across a web page that is so useful you want to save it. Bookmarking is an option, but if you want a physical copy you can save it as a PDF on your iPhone to read later.
Do you have an app on your iPhone to scan in documents? You no longer need it because the Apple Notes app can scan and save paper documents in Notes. Here's how to scan with Notes on the iPhone.
Some phone plans have quite a high data usage limit, but they are expensive. If you are on an older or cheaper plan you must keep an eye on your usage. Here’s how to manage the data used.
There are many password managers, but Keepass has been around longer than most and existed even before Android was invented. It puts the control of your passwords and security in your own hands.
Most people know how to take a screenshot of the iPhone or iPad screen and the feature has been around for years. Now you can edit them and annotate them too thanks to iOS 11. It’s a great feature.
Your home Wi-Fi is secure because only you and your family or friends know the password to access it, but public Wi-Fi is not and you need a VPN to protect your phone. Here are two.
Everyone needs a break for work and here are three great games for the iPhone that will keep you entertained for several hours. From dragons to puzzles to digging a mine, join in the fun.
iOS 11 is a major upgrade for the iPhone and iPad and no doubt soon after will come service packs. Will the upgrades proceed smoothly without hitches? Yes if you follow these top tips.
If you like to be at the cutting edge of technology and want to get your hands on apps for your Android phone before anyone else, here is how to find them and install them. It’s great fun!
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