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  • How to change your iPhone ringtone to a sound that suits you


    Having trouble changing your iPhone ringtone? There are just a few steps to follow to change the ringtone on your iPhone. And it won’t take more than a few minutes. For your convenience, we will be telling you the process of changing the ringtone of your iPhone in this short article. So let’s show you how to do it…


    Steps to follow:

    • Go to the Settings menu on your iPhone
    • Now tap on the Sounds & Haptics option
    • From there tap on the Ringtone option which will be under the Sounds and Vibration Patterns tab
    • In the next screen, you will find all the ringtones that are available on your iPhone by default. You can listen to each ringtone by taping one by one
    • If you don't like any of the ringtones that you heard, luckily you are not out of options. At the end of the screen will find an option named Classic. By taping on it you will find more ringtones
    • After listening to the ringtones if you find your desired one, you can just select it by tapping on it. And it will be your current ringtone

    Remark: However if you don't like any of the default ringtones of your iPhone, then you have the option to purchase new ringtones from the Tone Store. You will find the Tone Store option at the top of the Ringtone page. After tapping on it you will enter into the store. From there you can buy, browse and download more ringtones

    We have learned how to change the ringtone of your iPhone. And now we will learn how to change the iPhone text tone. So, let’s go…


    Steps to follow:

    • Similarly, you will need to navigate to the Settings menu
    • From there go to the Sounds & Haptics option
    • Now, right after the Ringtone option, you will see the Text Tone option
    • Then tap on it and you will find a list of text tones to choose from
    • Again if you don't like any of the default text tones you can just purchase some new ones from the Tone Store as usual



    Not knowing how to change the ringtone can be troublesome at times. So it is better to know how to do it. And we know that it’s really important to have the ringtone that suits your taste. If you have followed the article above, now you should be familiar with how to change the ringtone on your iPhone. So go and choose the ringtone that you like.

  • Android Q- Everything you need to know!


    We don't know the official name of Android Q yet. It is still up for debate. However, we know for sure that it is coming sometime this year. Google has already released several beta versions of Android Q. So, at this point, we have got a peek under the hood and we know a thing or two about some new and upcoming features of Android Q.

    As a result, we will be revealing what we know about Android Q in this post. So, if you are ready, then let’s get this underway...


    • System-wide dark mode:

    Yes, it is happening! The long awaited ‘Dark Mode’ is coming to Android at last. Google announced that there will be a dark theme (system-wide) option in Android Q. The users will be able to toggle it off or on with a ‘Quick settings’ button (may be straight from the notification bar). Nevertheless, we are happy that Google has listened to the community.


    • The back button is saying Goodbye:

    It was a surprise to us. Android Q will not have the famous ‘Back’ navigation button anymore. Now, the ‘Back’ button will be replaced by a side-swipe gesture. In Android Q, you will have to swipe from any either of the sides/edges of your Android phone's screen to go back. Earlier, Google has introduced gesture navigation feature with the release of Android Pie. But, the ‘Back’ button was still there. However, from Android Q the ‘Back’ button is going away.


    • Live Caption (offline and in real time):

    This is a brand new feature. With the ‘Live Caption’ feature enabled, you will get real-time captions for any audio and video that is playing on your phone. The best part about this feature is that it doesn’t need any internet access. So, even if you are offline, you will be able to get captions for your media. Yet, there’s a catch here. It is rumored that this awesome feature will only work on a few selected Android device. As it is a new feature, we hope in future it will come in more handsets.


    • Theming Options:

    There are a lot of reasons why we love to use Android. However, the capability of customizing our phone the way we like would be on the top of the list, for sure. And, Google is bringing more customization option with the release of Android Q. Although it is not yet official, we have found that you can change the accent color of the entire user interface on Android Q.

    At this point, there are only 4 colors to choose from which are Black, Purple, Green, and Blue. With the release of Android Q Beta 2, we have found a new app called ‘Pixel Themes’. This is still buggy. However, rumor has it that this app will be the new customization app for Android Q.


    • The Share menu has improved:

    The share menu of Android has not been touched for a long time. It is not that bad, it works. Yet, it could be better. And, lucky for us, Google has noticed it as well. With Android Q, the share menu is getting an overhaul. From now on, the share menu will load faster than ever.

    Along with that, we will have a new setting called ‘Sharing Shortcuts’. With the help of this feature, the developers will be able to create new shortcuts to share particular files faster than usual.


    • Optimized for foldable phones:

    Foldable phones are the new trend now. And, Google is adapting to it very fast. The Android Q is already optimized for foldable phones. Android Q will support multi-resume which will be a handy feature while using a foldable phone. In the future, we might see a lot of new features and improvements regarding foldable screens.


    • The Built-in screen recording is here:

    We know that you have waited for this feature for a long time. And, thanks to Google for listening to the user-base once again. At last, Android is having a built-in screen recorder. Yes, you have heard it right. However, there’s a tiny problem here.

    In the Beta version, you have to dig a little dip to find the screen recording option. It is hidden in the developer options. We think, in the official version, it will not be hidden anymore. With this much-anticipated feature, you will be able to record your phone’s screen. On top of this, you will have the option to show your taps and also record your voice at the same time.


    • When will you get it?

    At first, Google launched the Beta 1 of Android Q on March 13, 2019. On the next month, Google has revealed the Beta 2. After that on May 7, 2019, we have been introduced to Beta 3 of Android Q during Google I/O. However, not everyone can use the beta version yet.

    There is a public beta version of Android Q which is available for only 21 Android smartphones. If your phone is one of them, then you will be able to sign up for the beta version. And, following that procedure, you will receive an OTA (over-the-air) update on your phone to download and install it. Nevertheless, we believe that Android Q will be officially released in August 2019. But in the meantime, Google will definitely roll out more Beta versions.


    Summing it up:

    You can see that Google is bringing a lot of new features with Android Q. Some of them are very much anticipated. We are very happy that they have listened to us at last. Let’s wait and see what’s more the official release brings to us.

  • Samsung Galaxy S10+ Review


    In February 2019, Samsung has announced its latest flagship smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy S10 series was released all over the world in March 2019. For smartphone enthusiasts, this is a great opportunity to analyze, scrutinize another best-in-class smartphone.

    And, we couldn’t lose this opportunity. So, in this post, we will be reviewing the 10th edition of the renowned Samsung Galaxy S series. Now if you are ready, let’s take a look...


    • The design and color variation:

    Samsung hasn't done anything exceptional when it comes to the design. This is the same basic design which you have seen on some of the other Galaxy S devices. However, there are some key differences in the design compared to the previous devices of this popular series.

    For instance, the display proportion has changed. Now Samsung calls it the ‘Infinite Display’. You know that in recent times, mobile manufacturers are trying to create a bezel-less display for a long time. And, they have come up with a lot of ideas. We have seen the ‘Notch’, the ‘Punch Hole’, the ‘Mechanical Selfie Camera’ etc. All of them has their pros and cons.

    But, Samsung has used the punch hole idea on their Samsung Galaxy S10 series. You will find the punch hole in the top right corner of the screen. Samsung coined a new name for this type of display which is the ‘Infinity-O display’. You might like it or not but the notch/hole is there. But the notch is so little that you will be adapted to it quickly. After a couple of days of use, you might not even notice it. But with that, you are losing the notification LED in the Samsung Galaxy S10.

    In short, we can say that the design and outlook of the phone are very attractive. You are also getting 8 colors to choose from. The colors are Prism Black, Prism White, Prism Blue, Prism Green, Ceramic White, Ceramic Black, Canary Yellow, and Flamingo Pink. You won’t have problems finding the perfect color for yourself.


    • Display:

    Simply put, the Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+ has the best display in any mobile devices right now. It comes with a Dynamic Amoled Display. It now supports HDR10+. It is the first smartphone to support HDR10+.

    The Galaxy S10+ comes with a 6.4-inch display. The resolution and PPI density of the display is 1440 x 3040 pixels and 522 ppi density respectively. The aspect ratio of the display is 19:9. It comes with the protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 6.

    In contrast, the Galaxy S10 comes with a little smaller display which is 6.1 inch. The PPI density of the display of the Galaxy S10 is a bit higher than the S10+ which is 550 PPI density. Other than that the resolution and the aspect ratio are the same. The display panel is very much improved than the previous iterations. You won’t have any problem using it in direct sunlight. The display really stands out among the other features of this smartphone.


    • Cameras:

    There’s a huge competition in the ‘Camera’ section among the smartphone manufactures. Every other day, new camera technology is being introduced. And, Samsung has added a new ultra-wide camera on the back of Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+. So, there are 3 cameras in total at the back. And they are 12 MP (wide), 12 MP (telephoto), and 16 MP (ultra wide) respectively. But there are two cameras at the front of the S10+ and 1 selfie camera on the S10.

    The image quality is quite good. But arguably, there are other smartphones available in the market which can capture better pictures than the Samsung Galaxy S10. Both the front and the back cameras can take videos up to 2160p. The ultra-wide camera is fun to use. It has a 123-degree field of view. So, you are getting a unique perspective while capturing with the ultra-wide camera. Overall, the camera quality of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is very good. You will love it if you capture a lot of photos using your smartphone.


    • UI and Software:

    The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with Android Pie (9.0). But the user interface of the smartphone has been redesigned by Samsung. It comes with the One UI. The One UI has replaced the famous TouchWiz by Samsung. Now, the icons and buttons are more rounded and it is better for one-handed use.

    There’s also the Bixby assistant. It might not be useful for you if you are an avid Google assistant user. Sadly, you can’t disable it entirely. However, you can assign quick commands on the Bixby button to carry out other tasks. The ‘Edge’ functions are also there. Overall, the software part of the smartphone hasn’t changed a lot. But it does the work quite perfectly.


    • Battery and recharging:

    Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with a 3400 mAh battery. And the Galaxy S10+ comes with a 4100 mAh battery. The battery life is good. But, it could be a little bit better for a large display like this. However, we also have to consider the thickness of the phone. Because if they want to increase the battery life, the phone will get thicker eventually. Thus, we don't have any complaint about the current situation of the battery backup of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series.

    You can charge the phone in both wired and wirelessly. The fast charging feature is also available. Along with that, Samsung has introduced reverse wireless charging. That means you can charge other wireless charging capable devices by placing them on the back of your phone. Pretty cool, huh?


    • Additional Specs:

    This smartphone comes with front and back glass. The body frame is made of Aluminum. You are also having the headphone jack and it is also IP68 water and dust proof. The Galaxy S10 comes with 128/512 GB internal memory (external micro SD up to 512 GB) and 8 GB RAM. And the Galaxy S10+ comes with two variations. First one is 1 TB, 12 GB RAM. And the second one is 128/512 GB, 8 GB RAM (external micro SD up to 512 GB).

    Samsung has introduced the ‘under display fingerprint’ which is an Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor with the Galaxy S10 series. It has its good and bad. But as it is a new technology, we can hope for an improvement in the coming days nonetheless.



    • Attractive Design, Very good build quality
    • One of the best displays in the market right now
    • Good Battery backup
    • Good photo and video quality, comes with triple back camera
    • Powerful hardware translates into excellent performance
    • A lot of color variations



    • Using the new under-display Fingerprint Sensor can be little bit infuriating
    • Image and video quality can be bad under low light
    • Charging speed could be better
    • The punch hole design might not be your cup of tea
    • Not worth upgrading if you already have the Samsung Galaxy S9


    Wrapping things up:

    You can see that the Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+ has its drawbacks. But, that doesn’t mean that it is a bad phone. Rather, if you take a look at the good side, then you can be sure that this is one of the best (if not the best) smartphones of 2019. It has an appealing design, awesome display, high-end spec. So, if you are thinking about getting a new smartphone in 2019, there’s no need to look further. The Samsung Galaxy S10 series is there for you.

  • How to subscribe to Apple News+ on iPhone or iPad


    Do you like to read newspapers and magazines digitally? Then you will love Apple News+ service. This is one of the latest subscription services from Apple. They have announced it in their March media event.

    You can get this service using the News app on your iOS devices. With this service, you will have access to over 300 newspapers, publications, and magazines. There are a lot of popular ones available as well. For instance, you will have access to the National Geographic, the People, the Los Angeles Times, and the Wall Street Journal etc.

    In this post, we will be describing the method of subscribing to Apple News+ service from your iPhone or iPad. This is really easy to do. Let’s see how...



    • Before we begin, we need to tell you that, you need to have at least  iOS 12.2 on your iOS devices for this
    • You will also need to have Apple's ‘News' app installed on your device. If you don't have it on your iOS device, you can get it from the App store (it’s free)
    • If you want to use the News app on your Mac, you need to have at least macOS 10.14.4


    Now that you know the requirements, we can proceed to the next section.


    Steps to Follow:

    • Launch the ‘News’ app on your iPhone or iPad
    • Now, you have to tap on the ‘News+’ icon from the bottom menu bar
    • It will show you a new page where you will need to tap on the ‘Try It Free’ button
    • From the next page, tap on the ‘Try It Free’ button once again
    • On the next page, you will need to authorize the subscription by using your app store passcode, or your Face ID/Touch ID
    • After that, you will receive a confirmation email with all the details of the subscriptions. On top of that, you will also have access to the Apple News+ service


    Additional Tips:

    For your information, Apple News+ is not free. You have to pay $9.99/monthly if you are in the USA. And if you are in Canada, you would have to pay $12.99 every month. However, Apple is offering the first month for free as a trial. So, you can check it out without any cost.

    If you want to cancel the subscription, you can do it anytime from the App Store. You have to open the App Store. Then you need to tap on the ‘Profile icon’ of yours from the top right corner. Next, tap on the ‘Subscriptions’ tab. Then you can finally unsubscribe your ‘Apple News+’ subscription or trial. We hope this post will help you out to subscribe to Apple News+ service.

  • How to stop audio messages from expiring in Messages


    The ‘Messages' app on the iPhone comes with a lot of cool features. Among them, the ‘Audio Message' is a noteworthy one. With the help of this feature, you don't need any texts to communicate with your friends and family. Added to that, this is very easy to use and faster than typing. So, a lot of people are using audio messages on a daily basis.

    However, there is a problem with audio messages. By default, they expire after 2 minutes. So, if you want to hear any one of the audio messages later, you might not find it. For a lot of people, this might be ok. In contrast, some of us might not like this setting.

    If you are one of them who needs the audio messages to not expire after 2 minutes, we have a solution for you. And, we will lay it out in a step by step manner in this post for you. So, let’s begin then…


    Steps to Follow:

    • Navigate to the Settings menu of your iPhone
    • Tap on the ‘Messages’ option from there
    • On the next page, scroll down and tap on the ‘Expire’ option. It will be under the ‘Audio Messages’ tab
    • Next tap on the ‘Never’ option to finalize the setting

    From now on, your audio messages won’t be deleted after 2 minutes. However, if you need to revert back to the ‘Expire after 2 minutes’ setting, you can select the ‘After 2 Minutes’ option from there.


    Last Words:

    If you use audio messages frequently, then there is a chance that you might send some important information using this method. In that case, you might need that information later. If you don't change the default setting, your important message can be lost forever.

    So, if you want to save the audio messages, you can follow the methods we have just told you. We have tried to explain the whole method as simple as possible. We hope you won’t face any issues following this method. Besides that, you can come to the default settings whenever you want to. So, go ahead and change the settings to ‘Never’.

  • Why you should (and shouldn't) buy a phone from BLU


    BLU is a manufacturer of affordable Android smartphones. If you have been researching affordable smartphones then you would already know about them. However, if you are not familiar with BLU, don't panic. We will introduce you to it shortly. Besides that, we will also share our opinion on why you should (and shouldn’t) buy a BLU phone.


    What is BLU?

    BLU stands for ‘Bold Like Us’. This is a Miami based smartphone manufacturer company. It was founded in 2009. They are not your typical phone manufacturer. Rather, they focus on making budget-friendly smartphones. They have a wide variety of Android smartphones on their collection. And, they have been selling quite a lot of devices as well, recently. However, they haven’t been able to establish them as a prominent brand yet. On the contrary, they have picked up some bad reputations here and there.

    First and foremost, let’s take a look at the issues regarding BLU. Here’s why you shouldn’t buy a BLU phone.


    Issues with BLU:

    • Amazon actually suspended the sale of BLU phones on its site for a week back in August 2017. Although the real reason behind this is still unknown it is almost certain that it was over data collection and privacy concerns. Amazon suspected that BLU phones come with spyware/malware, which were used to steal users’ data. That is why they have halted the sale of BLU.
    • Even before that in 2016, Kryptowire (a security firm) found out that some of the pre-loaded apps on the BLU phones came with a backdoor,  which sent user data to Chinese servers by collecting them from the user's smartphones’. Later, BLU told that they have destroyed the collected data. However, you know that doesn’t actually make sense, right?
    • Again in November 2017, BLU released a system update on their BLU Life One X2 phones. However, that update was full of bugs. Thus, a lot of BLU Life One X2 phone owners were locked out of their phones. BLU took over a week to fix this issue. That actually embarrassing, to say the least.

    These incidents clearly imply that BLU shouldn’t be trusted. However, since then BLU has been performing better. There were no complaints against them at all. Now, let’s see why you should get BLU phones.


    Budget-Friendly Android Smartphone:

    • If you are searching for a cheap and budget-friendly Android smartphone then BLU can be a great option. Almost all of their smartphones are very reasonably priced. For instance, you can have the BLU VIVO XL4 for just $150. It comes with a 4,000 mAh battery, 6.2 inches notched display, 13 MP camera, and 3 GB RAM etc. If you compare the specifications of this phone then it clearly beats Samsung Galaxy S8 and Moto G6.

    Other than this, we couldn’t find a better reason to recommend BLU phones to you. So, if you need an affordable Android smartphone and can trust BLU then you can go with them. But, if you are concerned about your privacy then we would urge you to avoid BLU at any cost.

  • The best world clock widgets for iPhone


    The default Clock app on your iPhone is good. But, there are other advanced clock apps out there too. These apps come with a whole lot more features than the default one. So, we have made a list of some of the best clock apps n today’s post.

    So, let’s take a look now...


    Time Intersect - World Time:

    This is one of the best clock apps on the App Store. This app comes with a lot of features. For example, it has light, night and dark theme option. Also, it has numerous widget styles and functions.


    Additional Features:

    • You can add notes to this app
    • You can move forward in time just by swiping on the widget
    • You can convert the currency of any location from within the app
    • You can set the time of any specific locations on the app and you can also view the map of that location from the app. It can be useful if you need to find hotels, restaurants etc.

    You can get this app for free from the App Store. However, you can add more premium features on the app if you purchase the Pro Version.


    World Clock (from

    Usually, this app lets you choose two cities of your choice for the widget. However, if you want to add unlimited cities to the widget, you have to purchase the pro version of the app.


    Additional Features:

    • It comes with all the standard settings that a clock app should have such as 12/24 hr. clock, enabling your location, type of clocks etc.
    • You can use certain filters to sort the cities
    • You can view the map, coordinates, time intervals, sunrise/sunset time, city information and more

    You can buy the pro version of the app to remove the in-app ads.


    World Clock Today Widget:

    This is another good app with which you can add multiple clocks for free. It also comes with a number of awesome features. For example:


    Additional Features:

    • You can rename the locations on the clock
    • You can sort the clocks by name, by time according to your preference
    • Usually, 2 clocks will be visible on the widget. But you can always see more of the clocks by taping on the ‘Show More’ button

    This app is also free on the app store. However, you can purchase the premium version to remove the ads.


    How to add widget on your iPhone?

    • Swipe left to access the Today screen
    • Now scroll down and tap on the ‘Edit’ option from the bottom
    • Next, find the app of which you want to add the widget and tap on the ‘+’/plus sign to add it to the active widgets
    • You can also move the widgets up and down by dragging and dropping them from one spot to another
    • Lastly, tap on the ‘Done’ button to save the new settings


    Final Words:

    There are a lot of other clock apps which offers a widget feature. You can obviously use any one of those. However, the aforementioned apps are also good options. You can try them if you want to.

  • Best USB-C Headphones for Google Pixel 3 in 2019


    Do you own a Google Pixel 3 or 3 XL? Then you must have got the official USB-C earphones/buds from Google with your device already. We have to admit that that pair of the earphone is of great quality. However, it is possible that you might not like them or you need a new pair right now.

    For your convenience, we have created a list of some of the top headphones for Google Pixel 3 series smartphones. And, in this post, you will come to know about all these headphones. So, if you are here for that information, then you can start reading the rest of the post.

    Let’s go...


    • ‘Xiaomi Mi ANC Earphones:’

    This USB-C earphone has an in-line remote to perform some of the essential actions with it. This is certified for hi-res audio so you can be sure that the audio quality would be great. The cable of this earphone is very durable and the earphone comes with a titanium-plated metal chamber.


    • ‘Pioneer Rayz Pro Smart Headphones:’

    It is one of the high-end earphones. This comes with some advanced and unique feature like ‘adaptive noise cancelation’, ‘inline remote with multiple buttons’. The sound quality of this earphone is top-notch. The build quality is also great. However, you would have to pay at least $134 for this one.


    • ‘Acessorz Magnetic Earbuds:’

    This is one of the cheapest options in this list of best USB-C earphones for Google Pixel 3. You can get it for only 23 USD. Yet, it is a great quality earphone. It has high-res DAC, passive noise canceling, and an inline remote control, and. On top of all these, the back of the earphones is magnetized so that they will always be together when you are not using them.


    • ‘AIAIAI TMA-2 MFG4:’

    This is not for people who are searching for just earphones. Because the AIAIAI TMA-2 MFG4 is a well-built ‘over-the-ear’ headphone. The price of this pair would be about 180 USD. And, we would say that it is worth the price. The audio quality is beyond phenomenal. And, the most interesting feature of this pair is that it is a modular headphone. That means you can customize it the way you want to in the future.


    • ‘Essential HD earphones:’

    These earphones has a tangle-free cable which is pretty convenient to use. It also has an in-line remote of a single button with which you can perform certain useful user actions like receiving a call, hanging up a call, change the current song etc. The audio quality is great nonetheless.


    • ‘AIAIAI Tracks 2.0:’

    This is another product from AIAIAI. But this is also a distinct one. This comes with a vintage design with a cool look. If you are searching for a headphone with a traditional design then this is the best one for you. This one comes with 40mm speakers which produce high-quality audio. On top of these, you will also have 3-button inline remote and a built-in microphone. Overall, it can be a great choice.


    • ‘Libratone Q Adapt:’

    If you are looking for an earphone which is perfect for work-out sessions then this is the one for you. Most importantly, this pair was designed specifically for the Google Pixel 3 series. Thus it comes with a dedicated button with which you can trigger the Google Assistant.

    Along with that, you will get free ear tips. You can also control; the level of noise isolation with this pair. However, the most noteworthy feature of this earphone is that it is IPX4 for water-resistant. If you have the budget and want the perfect earphone for you then the Libratone Q Adapt will be the best option to choose.


    Wrapping things up:

    It’s up to your consideration to choose the best and perfect match for you. We know that the choice would vary from person to person. However, we believe that you will find your match from the list above.

  • Best Wireless Charging Pads for Google Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL in 2019


    The Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL are very compact despite having a large display. Thus the battery of these devices runs out faster than usual. So you might need to charge your device frequently. That doesn’t mean that you can’t use your phone comfortably.

    Because Google has implemented wireless charging on the Pixel 3 series. It is the first Pixel phone on which wireless charging is supported natively. Google also introduced the ‘Pixel Stand’ — their official wireless charging pad for Pixel 3 series not so long ago. However, there are other options available on the market as well.

    In this article, we will talk about all the best wireless charging pads for the Google Pixel 3 Series. So, here we go…


    • Google Pixel Stand:

    If you don't want the official wireless charging pad for your Google Pixel 3 then you would have to use this one. The Google Pixel Stand is specially designed for the Pixel 3 series. It has a 10W output. Besides that, it comes with an advanced docked mode which is very unique. It will cost you about $79 at this point.


    • Belkin BOOST UP Wireless Charging Pad:

    If you are not a fan of the officially recommend Google Pixel Stand, then you can try the Belkin BOOST UP. It is also sold by Google on the Google store. It also comes with 10W output for fast charging. Although you won’t have the docked mode feature on this it comes with a grippy textured body. So your phone will not slip off the charger easily.


    • Samsung Fast Charge (Convertible):

    This charge is another popular one available on the market. One of the most interesting features of this charger is that it is convertible. You can either lay your phone to charge it or you can set it up at an angle as well. The only problem with this charger is that it is not capable of charging your Pixel 3 at 10W. Rather, it is perfect for 5W Qi charging.


    • Anker PowerWave:

    If you are looking for a cheaper option, then the PowerWave is there for you. It is also capable of only 5W output. But it is half the price of the Google Pixel Stand. The only issue with this charger is that it doesn’t come with a power brick. Other than that, it is good enough as a cheap option.


    • iOttie iON Wireless Mini Fast Charging Pad:

    This is the cheapest charger of the bunch. It is also a 5W charger. The iOttie wireless charger comes fabric style which matches to the Google Pixel 3. That is why it has become very popular.


    • Mophie Charge Stream Powerstation:

    When it comes to wireless charging, it is easy to say that there is still a wire/cable attached to the charger. So, it is not purely wireless charging. And, Mophie knows that. So they have developed a true wireless charger using a portable battery pack which is capable of charging your phone wirelessly. This charger has a 10W output when you use a cable. And, if you use the wireless function then it can only charge at 5W only.


    Last Words:

    So, you can see that there are numerous options for you. If you want fast charging then go for the chargers which come with 10W output capability. But you can also go for a 5W charger if you need a budget-friendly one. The choice is yours.

  • How to increase the text size in Messages on iPhone, iPad and Mac


    Do you need to increase the text size in the ‘Messages’ app? Sometimes, it is possible that the default text size might be difficult to read for some of us. Most of the time, it can be prevalent when it comes to reading text messages on the ‘Messages’ app on your iPhone, iPad or Mac. If that is the case for you, then there’s great news for you.

    There is an easy fix to this problem. You can change the text size of the ‘Messages’ app on your iPhone/iPad/Mac. And fortunately, it is very easy to do. In this post, we will tell the entire method in a step by step manner.

    So, without wasting more words, let’s get straight to the business...


    For iPhone and iPad users:

    • Navigate to the ‘Settings’ menu of your iPhone or iPad
    • Now, tap on the ‘General’ option from there
    • At this point, you have to tap on the ‘Accessibility’ option
    • In the next screen, you will find a lot of options and you have to tap on the ‘Larger Text’ option
    • Next, you need to enable the ‘Larger Accessibility Sizes’ option by tapping the slider. If it is enabled, it will turn to green
    • As now the ‘Larger Accessibility Sizes’ option is enabled, you can move the slider from the bottom of the screen to set up your preferred text size
    • You will see a live demo of the outcome of the new text size on this very screen while you are moving the slider from left to right



    • As you are changing the text size in your device settings, it will not just change the text size in ‘Messages’ app but also will affect all the other apps that support ‘Dynamic Text Type’. So, you will see this text size in apps like Notes, Mail etc. as well.


    For Mac users:

    • Launch the Messages app on your Mac
    • Now, click on the ‘Messages’ option and then on ‘Preferences’ from the menu bar
    • It will open the ‘General’ tab. On that page, you will find a slider at the bottom for changing the text size of the ‘Messages’ app
    • So, move the slider side to side and set your desired text size with ease



    • Fortunately, by following the above steps, you won’t mess up the text size of any other apps on your Mac. Only the text size of the ‘Messages’ app will change


    Wrapping things up:

    We hope this was easy. So if you have had a problem concerning the smaller text size on the ‘Messages’ app, you can solve the issue with just a few clicks. It is pretty common that the default text size might not be suitable for you. So, you might struggle with it. But, we hope after reading this tutorial, you won’t have to face this problem again.

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