Today VSCO announced the launch of a VSCO Snapchat lens called Analog, giving people a chance to unleash their creativity. Here’s how to use it.
Andrew noticed with iOS 13 that long, vertical photos wouldn’t display correctly in iCloud Drive and Apple Notes. But he found a solution.
Google recently bought Fitbit, and if you don’t want an ad company using your personal health data, here’s how to delete your account.
Bryan Chaffin explains how Bitcoin faucets work and which faucets you can trust to pay. [Update: reformatted the guide, removed several defunct faucets, and updated all descriptions. – Bryan]
Apple’s latest Apple Pay promotion is for StubHub. The company sent out emails to customers saying they can get US$10 off of StubHub orders.
It’s pretty common for Uber and Lyft drivers to use phone car mounts. We’ve found five of them for you to check out.
Apple TV+ launches on November 1, 2019 in over 100 countries. Here’s what you’ll need to know to get started.
Here’s how to manage app subscriptions on Mac, because there are a couple of different ways to do it. This uses System Preferences.
ProtonVPN found an issue with iOS that affects VPNs: When you connect to a VPN some data is left outside of the network.
Google announced Thursday that iPhone owners will be able to report accidents directly in Google Maps, plus new types of incidents, too.
You may have noticed in iOS 13 and iPadOS that double tap to zoom in Safari no longer works. Instead you’ll have to do something else.
Apple redesigned Reminders in iOS 13, and one change involves thumbnails (They’re huge now). Here’s how to enable small thumbnails in Reminders.
iPadOS has great multitasking features like having two windows of the same app open at once. Here’s how to open multiple app instances.
iOS 13 adds a neat feature in Photos that lets you merge Live Photos together and save them as a video. Andrew shows us how.
iOS 13 added Sign in With Apple, letting you sign into apps and websites with your Apple ID. Here’s where you find Sign in With Apple logins.
With so many VPN apps on the market, which ones should you choose? Andrew has five VPN apps to share with his opinions.
Sometimes when you get a new iPhone you might find that Wi-Fi calling no longer works. Luckily there’s a quick fix for that.
If you have an iPhone or iPad with Face ID, did you know you can add a second person? It’s easy to do and we’ll walk you through it.