Nexus 9: How to Take a Screenshot

Nexus 9

Again we bring you one of those seemingly obvious how-tos, this time explaining how to take a screenshot on the brand new Nexus 9. Doing so is surprisingly simple, though some people reported having problems with this. In order to take a screenshot on the Nexus 9 you should: Press the Power and Volume down…

Smaller iPhone 6 in works?

iPhone 6

Apple may indeed be working on a smaller iPhone, a report at MobileWorldLive is suggesting. If this proves true, the Cupertino-based company will end up with a single product line in three sizes. According to MacWorld, the iPhone 5s is still selling well despite the fact that iPhone 6 has been on the market for…

iPhone: How to Play YouTube in Background

YouTube

The spat between Google and Apple brought in some inconveniences to the iPhone users. After iOS 7, it was no longer possible to play YouTube (music) videos in the background, as Apple has removed the native YouTube app. Google’s version of the app didn’t support the capability, prompting users to look for alternative solutions how…

iPad Air Plus release date set for Spring 2015?

iPad Air Plus

We’ve all heard it – Apple is preparing to launch a bigger iPad. Throughout the Interwebs, it was called iPad Pro and iPad Air Plus; we tend to think the Cupertino-based company will opt for the latter name, but we can’t claim anything with great dose of certainty. A new rumor coming down our pipes…

Evernote: How to Share Notebook

Evernote

As far as I’m concerned, Evernote is the best note taking service out there that also allows users to share their notes with others, if they fancy so. There are multiple ways to share a note from Evernote – you can email a snapshot of the note, share a link of the note, share entire…

iPhone: How to Make Group Contacts

iPhone group messaging

Creating contact groups on the iPhone (and iPad) is a fairly simple process. However, it does require a third party app as the default Contacts app doesn’t let you create and edit groups on the fly. There are few apps that will do the trick, but here we’ll show you how to make group contacts…

How to keep your iPhone messages private

How to keep your iPhone messages private

By default, the iPhone will show sneak peak of any incoming message on the lockscreen, allowing prying eyes to get a glimpse of your life. You may don’t like that; I know I don’t. Being weird is my right and any message I send is made for the receiver, only. Otherwise, I would use Twitter…

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