When you open multiple apps on your iPhone they continue to remain open in the App Switcher screen. This is to allow you to navigate to a previously viewed app much more easily. But over a period of time, you find too many screens stacked up creating a clutter. That defeats the purpose of easy navigation. Which then leads you to clean up the App Switcher. Here’s a guide on how to close all open apps simultaneously. Or as close to it as you can get.
You can set custom ringtones to alert you as to who is calling or who sent you a message. But these alerts won’t work when your iPhone is in Silent mode. Since all vibrations sound the same, you can never really identify a caller based on that. But you can set custom vibration alerts for specific contacts. In this guide I’ll show you how to set up a custom vibration alert on your iPhone so you can know who is calling or messaging even when your iPhone is silent.
Thanks to smartphones, it is easy to catch up on all the latest happenings in the world from our favorite websites, Whether its the latest in news, recipes, or sports or the hottest tech launches, a feed reader makes it easy to bring our favorite stories to one platform to consume at our own comfort. If you own an iPhone or iPad, Fiery Feeds is an RSS reader that can do the job for you.
There are plenty of fun language apps that help you learn a new language in byte sizes. If there’s one particular language you want to learn, without any of the distractions, check out Chineasy Cards from ShaoLan Hsueh, a London based Taiwanese entrepreneur who wanted her kids to learn Chinese the fun and easy way. And it turns helps us as well!
Popular accessory maker Nomad has launched an exciting new product for iPhone users – the Nomad Wireless Travel Stand. This highly functional stand is designed for the open road, with a minimalist design and a premium look. And it could just be the most ideal Qi-enabled wireless charging stand for the iPhone 8 and iPhone X users who travel a lot. Here’s a closer look at what you can get with the Nomad Wireless Travel Stand.
I woke up Friday morning to the news that Twitter was ending its support for its Mac client. As much as I love using the web interface, there’s something more personal with using Twitter on a Mac client. The end of Twitter’s official app for Mac gave me the chance to check out an alternative – Twitterrific. A big promotional push on pricing made my decision easier. Here’s my review of Twitterrific for Mac.
If you own a wireless charging device, you’re going to want a good wireless charger. If you’re in the market for one, why not pick up one that adds a little more value to your life? Such as charging all your wired and wireless devices but also offering Bluetooth audio capabilities so you can do more. Well, the Azpen DockAll D100 Qi Wireless Charging Dock can do just that. Check it out.
The Apple AirPods are small. So small that you could easily misplace them and spend an eternity finding them. That’s why AirPods deserve their own case. But why settle for a mediocre case that just holds your pods. This Catalyst AirPods Case can keep your AirPods safe in more ways than one.
If you own a set of AirPods, you need to make sure you have one that can keep ‘em safe when not in use. You don’t want a case that’s small and slippery. And you don’t want to own one that is easily susceptible to scratches and dents. Well, if that’s what you’re aiming for then take a look at these good looking AirPods case from accessory makers Catalyst.
Thanks to game controllers, you can turn your iPhone into a powerful handheld gaming device like the PS Vita. Tapping, swiping and onscreen controls are alright, but nothing is more satisfying than smashing those controller buttons and tasting sweet victory. If you agree with me, then Gamevice is the gadget that can deliver that satisfying experience for you.
The current crop of iPhones – iPhone X, 8, 8 Plus, iPhone 7, 7 Plus with their retina displays, crisp eye-popping graphics and powerful processors make for a pretty powerful handheld gaming device. If you love playing games with a joystick with their physical buttons and triggers, you may be keen to replicate that playing style even with your iPhone. That’s where Gamevice comes into play.
If you do quite a bit of online research while working on your Mac, chances are you have a ton of windows and apps open. Finding the main application that you are working on in that mess can be annoying. Use this keyboard shortcut to hide all open windows except the active one on Mac.
Sometimes, with so many open applications and windows on your Mac, you may have difficulty in focusing your attention on the active application you are using. But closing all open windows is not an option. In such a case, you can use this incredibly useful shortcut to quickly dismiss unused background apps. This will hide inactive windows, so you can easily get back to any of them again if need be.