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Thursday, January 29, 2015

2 Ways to Take a Screenshot on iPhone or iPad

Why would you take a screenshot on an iPhone or iPad? For a journalist, the answer is obvious: they use screenshots to illustrate iOS apps and games so you can see what they look like, to show off features in iOS itself, and to illustrate individual steps in tech tutorials.
But screenshots can be also useful for all iPhone and iPad owners. You might use screenshots to show off to your friends: "Take a look at this incredible moment I engineered in the game XCOM," for instance. More practically, you might use a screenshot to show a tech-savvier friend a weird error message that was coming up, or a strange behavior your iPhone was exhibiting, so they can offer advice. The below are 2 ways to help you take screenshot on iPhone or iPad.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

3 Ways to Turn Off Keyboard Click Sounds on iOS 8

The system keyboard on the iPhone and iPad is great for typing, but by default the iOS keyboard makes a clicking noise every time you press a key. If you find iOS's keyboard clicks annoying you may want to switch them off. Help is at hand: here is our guide to turning off the iPhone and iPad's keyboard noises.

There are a few different techniques to getting rid of the keyboard clicks in iOS 8. Here are the three ways to mute your iOS keyboard:

Monday, January 26, 2015

6 Best Free DVD Player Software Apps for Windows 8

If you get a new Windows 8 computer, you might be surprised to find out that it won't play your DVDs as Microsoft, in its infinite wisdom, omitted this feature in the new version of the OS. Although optical media is going the way of the VHS tape, there's a lot of content out there that's not available for streaming or in compatible video formats. Hare are 6 free apps to get around the lack of native Windows DVD playback and let you enjoy your DVD collection.

Leawo’s free Blu-ray Player software acts like hardware Blu-ray player to play Blu-ray discs, folders and ISO files on PC to enhance your Blu-ray movie experience. As a quality lossless Blu-ray player software program, it could help you easily play back the latest released Blu-ray discs without quality loss. It’s also a free DVD player to play back DVD discs/folders, an ISO player to directly play back ISO files, a free video player to play up to 1080P HD videos and a free audio player to play even DTS-5.1 audio in lossless quality. During playback, this professional Blu-ray player software allows you to select/load subtitles and adjust video and audio. It even provides detailed playback navigation to let you fully control media playback. Leawo Blu-ray Player for Mac is also free on Mac OS X 10.6 and later.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

12 iPhone Tricks & Tips You Should Know

The iPhone is an impressive tool with hundreds of brilliant features, but there are several hidden features and tricks that you may not have realised existed – until now. Here, we've picked our favourite iPhone tips and tricks that can help you achieve things quicker and easier, and that you'll wish you'd known a long time ago.

1. iPhone keyboard tips #1
You've probably been using your iPhone's keyboard for ages without realising that it's actually easier than you thought to add symbols to your messages. Instead of tapping once on the 123 button and then again on the ABC button when you're done, you can tap and hold the 123 button, then slide your finger to select the symbol you want to insert. Once it's been added, your keyboard will automatically revert back to the letters keyboard.

12 Best Games to Play on the iPhone

You've got yourself an iPhone and you want to play some games on it. You might not want to just plunge into the App Store—it's a jungle, full of deadly spiders, wild animals, and bad games. Here, let us help you. Below, we've listed the 12 games we feel are a great starting point for iPhone gaming.

Here’s something unexpected: Rovio created something fun out of Star Wars’ prequel trilogy. The sequel to Angry Birds Star Wars improves on that game’s design ideas, with branching levels and character packs that let you swap out to try different strategies. And there are collectible toys now, too. Thankfully, you don’t need to buy tiny plastic toys to play this sharp sequel.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

How to use an Android device and NFC tag to turn on a Windows PC

You have a spare NFC tag laying around and you aren't sure how to use it? Here's an idea - power up your Windows PC using the tag and a NFC-enabled Android device. You'll only need 10-15 minutes, three apps on your device, and a simple configuration in your PC's wireless adapter settings.

First, open up your Windows Network and Sharing Center. Click Change adapter settings. Right click your active internet connection and select Properties. Click the Configure button to the right. Go to the Advanced tab, look for the option "Wake on Magic Packet", and set its Value to Enabled.
Next, you'll need to get your hands on your computer's IP and MAC addresses. No, you won't be hacking your own PC or anything. You'll just have to run a few simple commands. Hold down the Windows key and press the R key on your keyboard to launch the Run dialog box. In it, type "ipconfig /all" without the quotes. You'll get a command prompt window with a bunch of network data. If the window disappears too quickly, press the Windows + R keys again, type "cmd", hit Enter, then type "ipconfig /all" in the command prompt. What you need to write down are the Physical Address, IPv4 Address, and Subnet Mask values. Keep them near, you'll need them later. Also, your computer has to be on a Wi-Fi connection.

Monday, January 12, 2015

11 Tricks & Tips for Mac OS X 10.10 Yesomite

Apple's delivering some big changes to OS X. For the first time in over a decade, Apple’s desktop operating system has received a complete overhaul, leaving no pixel unturned. In OS X Yosemite, everything from the dock to the “stoplight” buttons have been given a visual makeover, but the changes in Yosemite go far below the surface. Even without any new apps to play with, Apple has given us plenty of things to explore, with an array of features that make OS X more intuitive and powerful than ever before. But if you could use some help adjusting to your new surroundings, pull up a chair and let us help you out.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

How to Convert Protected WMA Files to AAC Format via iTunes 12 on PC

The Windows Media Audio (WMA) format is a high-quality format that allows you to listen to music in a digital format with little to no quality loss. However, it is not the most compatible of formats, especially if you have an iPod personal music player. The Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) format is the preferred format for iPods as well as many other media players, and converting WMA files to AAC is a very simple process. 

Converting protected Windows Media files to AAC is useful if you wish to put protected WMA files on your iPod. This is because AAC is the proprietary audio format that Apple uses. To do this, you can utilize Windows Media Player and iTunes . Both audio programs are free and can be downloaded.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

How to Make Custom iPhone Ringtones Using iTunes 12 for Free

Unlike Android phones, you can’t just have any saved music file on your phones set as a ringtone for your iPhone. Creating custom ringtones for iPhone is not as simple as that on Android phones. In this short little post, that’s what we’re going to do: create custom ringtones in iTunes and sync created custom ringtones to your iPhone.

Step 1). Open iTunes and find that song that you want to make a ringtone out of. For safety, duplicate this and have it so if something goes wrong, you don’t end up losing that song.
Step 2). Now, right-click and select ‘Get Info’

Step 3). Select the Options tab and you have ‘Start’ and ‘Stop’ check boxes.


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