CategoryiOS

How to Record your iPhone’s Screen with Audio on IOS 11

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IOS 11 has brought in a host of new features to the iPhone and one of those features now allows you to record the screen of your iPhone and that too in 60 frames per second along with audio. This feature has long been due for IOS users and you will be surprised to know that even android hasn’t got a feature like this. Now this an great feature for Youtubers who make how to videos and also...

How to find the Latitude and Longitude of a Place on Google maps

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Every place on earth can be located on a map by the point of intersection of an unique set of lines known as latitude and longitudes. Google map uses the same latitude and longitude coordinates to locate any place on a virtual map of earth. By default Google maps does not show us the latitude and longitude coordinates of a place, but a functionality for the same is already present in Google maps...

How to Enable the Missing Personal Hotspot Option on iOS 9 and earlier versions

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Recently I had updated my iPhone to iOS 9 and like most other people who did so, the Personal Hotspot option went missing after updating the iPhone to iOS 9. This is actually one of the many bugs in iOS 9 and if you are facing the same problem, I will show you can enable the missing personal hotspot feature in iOS 9. Before we proceed ahead, you need to know that this is a carrier dependent...

How to Disable Facebook’s in App Browser on Android and iOS

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The Facebook for Android App and its huge list of bugs are two sides of the same coin. To be frank not a day goes by when I don’t come across a bug with the Facebook for Android app. I’ve been using the Facebook app on both Android and iOS and so far in my experience, the Facebook for iOS app is almost bug free. The most common problem that I faced on the Facebook for Android app was...

How to Transfer files from Mac to iPhone over WiFi

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With OS X Yosemite, Apple has launched a new feature called Airdrop which enables you to transfer and receive files wirelessly between any compatible Mac and iOS devices.  Thanks to this feature, file sharing has become much easier and now you don’t have to rely upon third party apps to transfer files between a Mac and other iOS devices. As the Airdrop feature makes use of WiFi to transfer...

Transfer Files and Data Wirelessly from an iPhone to Mac.

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When you buy an apple product, they premium amount you pay for it justified by the features that the product offers to you. If you have a iPhone and a Mac, then there’s no need to use data cables to copy files from your iPhone to the Mac. Instead you can use Apple’s Airdrop feature to share files wirelessly via any two apple products that support Bluetooth and WiFi. The Airdrop feature...

Camfind turns your Phone into a Visual Search Engine

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Android powered smartphones have come very close to replace our desktops. The mobile operating system has turned our phones into much more than a device that is used to make and receive calls. Thanks to the fast paced improvement in mobile hardware, our phones are now capable of running 3D games. Something like this was just a dream down 10 years from today, but we have finally achieved this and...

How to Share Photos and Files from an iPhone to Android

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Apple and Android fans have many things to argue about, but when it comes to certain features such as the ability to share files, iPhone users can’t hold on to their arguments. By default apple has strictly limited the iPhone’s file sharing ability to devices running on the iOS platform only and there is no way by which you can bypass this restriction. The problem is, everyone doesn’t...

Wondershare Mobiletrans lets you transfer contact between iOS, Android and Symbian Phones

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Android and iOS are a class apart but yet they cater to the same audience. Someone who can afford an ios device can also afford an android. However when you want to switch between these two mobile operating systems, you are going to face a lot of problems. iOS is a very strict operating system which doesn’t provide much control to the user. On the contrary Android is much easier to use and...

How to Share your iPhone’s Internet via a WiFi hotspot

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Gone are the days when Apple didn’t allow tethering on its iPhones. Apple has been constantly listening to its customers and the customer response has made apple to add new features on its iPhones. Today you don’t need to jailbreak your iPhone in order to tether its 2G / 3G / 4G internet connection with another device. iPhones now come with an inbuilt feature to share their internet...

Opensignal shows a Visual Map of your Cellphone Network’s Coverage

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When it comes to choosing a cell phone, We have more than a thousand model of cell phones to choose from. These cell phone come in different sizes, hardware, os and prices. But the most important thing after buying a cell phone is to choose a cellphone network that has the widest network coverage. Often in this case, we go for personal advice from our friends, family and relatives regarding their...

How To Check your iPhone’s Data Usage and Stop Data Hungry Apps from Wasting Data

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iOS is not an data hungry operating system, but the apps on your iPhone may be the reason why your iPhone uses more mobile data than needed. When you are at your home and your iPhone is connected to the home WiFi network, you wouldn’t need to worry about your iPhone’s data usage as most of us have got an unlimited broadband internet connection at our home. However when you are out...

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