There are bargains in the Google Play Store and for a short time price reductions on certain apps make them a bargain not to be missed. Here’s how to get fantastic full priced apps for free.
Do you share or save interesting web pages when browsing using Safari on the iPhone? Make it simpler and easier to share your web finds by customising the Safari share icons that appear on the menu.
If you lose your phone, what would happen to your WhatsApp conversations and media files? If your phone broke, would you lose everything? What if you buy a new phone? Best back up now!
Wheel to wheel action and crazy courses are featured in the three racing games on test. These iPhone and iPad apps are brilliant, entertaining, and challenging for anyone that likes racing games.
New Android Wear watches are on the way, while Apple begins discounting some Watch models. All this means that 2017 could be a good time to consider buying a smartwatch if you haven’t already taken the plunge.
It isn’t that long since I last looked at Google Photos, but it has changed again and this app is getting some serious attention from Google’s developers. Check out the new and changed features.
Sir David Attenborough is a broadcasting legend and for anyone that loves to watch wildlife programmes on the TV, this iOS and Android app has his 1,000 best wildlife clips. It is absolutely stunning!
Does your phone sometimes connect to the wrong Wi-Fi network? It can happen when there are two or more available. WiFi Prioritzer for Android lets you choose which one to automatically connect to.
Can a camera make you a better photographer? Sure. Here are three that enable you to take better photos on your smartphone. Two of them are for fun and one is for serious photographers.
Phone apps and the operating system are constantly changing and it is easy to miss new features and functions. Here are some great new additions to the iPhone Messages app. Do you know them all?
If you sometimes find text, links and buttons on the iPhone’s screen too small for comfort, use the zoom controls on the iPhone to temporarily make them larger. Here’s how to do it.
Are the photos taken on your Android phone bright, colourful and pin sharp? If they aren’t, one way to improve them is to save photos in the RAW file format instead of JPEG. Here’s how to do it.
Google makes money from you by analysing your internet activities, displaying adverts and so on. Turn the tables on Google and get the Alphabet company to pay you to use your phone instead.
The Google Keep app is a fine tool for storing notes and it has a feature you might not be aware of. You can add it to the iPhone’s Today screen and record voice notes with a swipe and a tap.
Listening to music or relaxing sounds is a great way to drift off to sleep at night and ensure you get a good rest. You will wake refreshed the next day. There are some excellent sleep apps to help you snooze.
If you have old printed photos from pre-digital times, wouldn’t it be great if you could transfer them to the computer or store them online as digital snaps. You can with Google PhotoScan.
Stress is a killer and anything you can do to relieve the tension in you can have health benefits. You need to relax and fortunately there are lots of apps for your phone that can help. Here are three.
Google has a new Android app and it is very unusual and nothing like you have seen before. Sprayscape is a sort of camera app for your phone, but it is unlike any other camera app you have seen.
The Google Photos app has some great features and you can perform some basic editing like contrast and brightness correction, and you can apply lots of filters. Here’s how to use it on your phone.
There are two Drive for Speed games in the Google Play Store and they are both excellent driving games that get the adrenaline flowing with their speed and excitement, but they are very different.
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