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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…   […]

The Best Email Apps on iOS

The default ‘Mail’ app is not that bad. It has some awesome features. Even then, it has its drawbacks. Thus, it is clear that you might want to use any other third-party email apps on your iOS devices. Now, there is a huge collection of email apps in the App Store. As a result, it […]

How to send and receive SMS text messages on iPad and Mac

Typically, your iPhone can receive and send text messages to/from any devices. However, if you own an iPad or Mac then this is not possible automatically. Because the iMessage app on iPad and Mac can send messages to other Apple devices only. But, fret not! We have a solution for you. Here, we will tell […]

How to Have Live Photo Wallpapers on Your iPhone with Wally Papes

Technology is a beautiful thing. We’re able to do just about anything just with these slabs of metal and circuitry that we carry around with us in our pockets, from staying in touch with our friends around the world to getting actual work done. In fact, our devices are so feature packed, we’re willing to […]

How to Downgrade from iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.2 Without Losing Any Data

Is new always better? While the conventional wisdom in technology is that it’s always better to update, you might have recently tried out iOS 11 and decided that it just isn’t for you. Sound like you? Well, we have some good news: you can actually downgrade back down to iOS 10.3.2 without any major hassles. […]

Best Google Account Apps

When you look across the spectrum of email companies, there really isn’t that much unique to offer. (10,000 free AOL hours, anyone? Am I the only person that remembers that?) Google, on the other hand, has plenty available when you sign up for Gmail. When you sign up for a Google account, you get instant […]

Pac-Man 256

Pac-Man does things we all want to be able to do. He eats nonstop without gaining a pound, he’s been popular for over 30 years, he’s in Super Smash Bros. Every guy wants to be him, every gal wants to be his. OK, I’m getting a bit off track here. The point is, Pac-Man is […]

Plants Vs. Zombies Review

The zombie apocalypse is coming. We’ve known about it for years, but we’ve still done nothing about it. However, it should be known that one game foretold the impending doom along with how to solve it. The one way to defeat zombies: vegetation. That’s right, your garden was the key to defeating the undead all […]

Google Play Music All Access

Remember the last time you saw a CD? It’s probably been awhile, huh? There’s a reason for that. The wonderful world of streaming meant we didn’t have to see those shiny little donuts anymore. (How poetic!) But what service should you choose? Many go with Spotify, the most popular service and sworn enemy of Taylor […]

Google Keep Android Perfect Note App

If you’re anything like me, a million random thoughts are due to run through your head every hour or so. Additionally, if you’re like me, most of those thoughts are useless. However, the remaining 1% of thoughts is worth tabbing down. That’s when it’s time to whip out Google Keep: the greatest note app for […]

Gurk Android Review

To be totally honest, I’ve never been all that good at RPG games. While I like the idea of going on a huge quest and saving the world, sometimes they’re just too difficult. Or I just can’t focus enough to finish any of them. Either way. Well, despite my lack of experience with RPGs, let’s […]

Andrio’s World Super Mario Plagiarism

Nintendo will always be one of the most synonymous companies with gaming. One of their biggest decisions is to keep most of their major games such as Super Mario off of smartphones. While this is interesting from a business perspective, it also opens up the need for those games on the Google Play Store. Is […]

The Struggles Of Being A Lone Android User

Before, I start, I’d like to get one thing straight: I love my Android devices. Ever since I started using Android phones and tablets in 2013, I’ve been using them nonstop. I love the interface, they’re very affordable, and I have every app I need. However, I noticed something at a recent family and friend […]

Penguin Village Review

What is it that’s so likeable about penguins? Is it their basic adorable appearance? Is it the fact that they generally look huggable? Is it the fact that they know how to dance, as accurately portrayed in the documentary Happy Feet? I’d say yes to all of those. And that’s why we see so many […]

How to Get Podcasts on Your Android Phone

Are you an avid listener of podcasts? Do you enjoy hearing a few people chat about everything from sports to entertainment to the best kind of quadruple stack cheeseburger? (I’m not sure if that’s a podcast yet, but it definitely should be.) Then I’m sure you’d like an easy way to have all your podcasts […]

The OverDrive App – A Library In Your Pocket

Have you ever seen anybody on the bus reading a paperback book? You feel like you went through a time machine by accident. You would look to check a newspaper for today’s date if we still had newspapers. Perhaps the reason some people haven’t ditched those papercut-giving former trees is because they haven’t discovered the […]

Writing Challenge App Review

Like many writers, I have a very difficult time with inspiration. I can work all day and still get nothing done. (Ooh that’s really poetic, I’m writing that down!) Something I’ve taken to doing is a daily writing exercise. Not only has it helped to flex the old writing muscle, it can inspire other writing […]

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