Want to earn a million Gold in Game of War without spending real world money? Here's how you can do it just by using Troop Training Events, and it's all legitimate.
You might remember hearing something about Mail Drop last summer, but what was the deal with it again? It's one of those really useful things that doesn't seem to get enough attention for what it does. Kelly explains the finer points of Mail Drop and how to make it work harder for you.
Spotlight in Yosemite is nice, but wouldn't it be even better if it was...you know...useful? By installing the free Flashlight utility, you can gain all sorts of extra features.
For today's Quick Tip, we're going to go over how to use your Apple Watch to control music, both where the songs are coming from and where they're sending to. You can choose to either play tunes that are living on your Watch or ones from your iPhone's library, all from the convenience of your wrist! Speaking of convenience, it's a really good thing this device has us stand up every once in a while, isn't it? We're just saying.
"Clear History" for a web browser used to be a nuclear option. In Safari, you now have more control over what is being obliterated. Kelly explains the update to this longstanding feature.
As good as the camera on the iPhone 6 Plus is already, Dr. Mac relies on a handful of third-party camera apps and accessories for features not found in the iOS Camera app.
The apps you add to your Apple Watch are all accessible with a quick press of the digital crown, but finding exactly what you're looking for can be a little frustrating because their icons are all in a random cluster. Luckily, you can rearrange them to suit your needs, and it's fairly easy to do. Read on to learn how.
One of the handy features of iPhoto was Batch Change, allowing you to change metadata for a, well, for a batch of items. It's missing from the Photos app, but a clever Automator workflow can help bring it back.
Are you directionally challenged? The Apple Watch can help! There's a hidden feature within the Maps program that'll let you mark your current position, meaning you can save the location of a trailhead or your parked car (for example) to make getting back easy. That's what we've got for you in today's Quick Tip!
If you've been continuously upgrading OS X instead of doing a clean install at each release, you may be wondering what kernel extensions are still lingering in place. John Martellaro went on a hunting expedition, and here's what he learned.
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