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Posted November 2, 2016 by

How to Change the Name of Your iPhone


Your iPhone comes with a default device name. Appropriately called “iPhone,” your phone is one of the millions of phones that carry the same device name. You can, however, change the name of your iPhone to the one you prefer. You can even use an Emoji character as your device’s name. If you want to know how to rename your iPhone, then this tutorial will help you customize the name of your Apple device.

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Category Apple iPhone

Posted October 30, 2016 by

How to Reorder Facebook Page Tabs


The Facebook Page interface has been redesigned significantly in recent months. In the past, pages showed a horizontal bar that contained multiple tabs below the page’s cover. However, the tabs (e.g., About, Shop, Photos, Videos) have now been moved to the vertical bar on the left side for easier accessibility. Compared to the previous design, the new one takes up less space, can show more tabs, and is always visible on-screen even if the user scrolls down the timeline. However, all the tabs are in a default order, which may not be optimized for many businesses. Luckily, rearranging the tabs to suit your needs is simple. Continue reading to find out how.

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Category Facebook, Internet

Posted October 28, 2016 by

How to Play Next Video Automatically on YouTube Mobile


In order to limit the data used on mobile devices, the YouTube Android app does not automatically play the next suggested video after the last one finishes. If you have an unlimited data plan or if you always use Wi-Fi to watch YouTube videos, data usage may not be a problem for you. In this case, turning on the YouTube Autoplay feature may actually be useful, especially when you watch videos in a playlist as you do not have to select the next video whenever one ends. Continue reading to find out how to enable this feature inside the YouTube app on your phone.

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Posted October 26, 2016 by

How to Do a Google Reverse Image Search


Without a doubt, Google is the search engine most users go to whenever they want to do a quick search for ideas, keywords, pictures, sounds, or just about anything. Google can even search by image instead of keywords. Suppose you have a picture on your computer and you want to see if the picture is already being used by other sites on the web. Using Google, you can a search for the picture using the image file from your PC. Google’s Reverse Image Search function allows users to upload photos so Google can analyze the image file and return results based on the search engine’s analysis. Use the steps in this tutorial to do a Google Reverse Image Search.

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Posted October 23, 2016 by

How to Disable Message Replies for Instagram Stories


By default, the stories that you share on Instagram will be visible to all users, and anyone can send a message to you using the dedicated button on each story. Compared to a comment, a message goes straight to your Instagram inbox. Hence, it will draw more attention and may be a nuisance if it comes from someone you do not know or follow on Instagram. Fortunately, you can avoid this issue by simply giving the ability to send messages to you only to people who you follow on Instagram and disabling it for others. Here is how to do it.

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Category Internet

Posted October 21, 2016 by

How to Browse the Internet Safely

How to Browse the Internet Safely

Today, we all are all aware of browsing dangers and that we need to protect our personal information. From inventing strong passwords and fighting never-ending spam to protecting your documents and private data, you constantly need to exercise caution in pretty much any type of activity online. To help you with that, use this basic guide to safer web browsing.

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Posted October 19, 2016 by

How to Use Raise to Wake in iPhone


You can take a peek at your iPhone’s screen without touching a button. Apple has introduced into iOS 10 the Raise to Wake feature. As the feature’s name suggests, Raise to Wake will turn on your iPhone’s screen as soon as you pick it up. Apple makes use of your phone’s internal motion sensor to detect whenever you raise your phone and automatically turns on your iPhone’s screen. This tutorial demonstrates how to use Raise to Wake in iPhone.

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Category Apple iPhone

Posted October 18, 2016 by

How to Use My Own Music for iOS 10 Memories


The Memories feature inside the Photos app on iOS 10 uses machine learning to help you rediscover favorite events from photos in your collection. It even creates a video out of the photos with background music and presents it to you in a personal and meaningful way. While the music that comes with the app is great, the styles are limited and may not suit the mood of the slideshow. Luckily, you can always pick your favorite music track from the Music app to add to your Memories video. Continue reading to find out how.

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Posted October 17, 2016 by

How to Disable Press Home to Unlock on iPhone iOS 10


When Apple first introduced iPhone, defective Home buttons were not uncommon. Because it is used so often, the Home button could be damaged from overuse. The problem is so prevalent that Apple introduced Assistive Touch – an on-screen button that serves as an alternative to the physical Home button. Another alternative the Home button Touch ID which uses your finger print to unlock your device.

With the update to iOS 10, Apple now requires users to press the Home button to unlock their iPhones. Many are frowning on this change because of concerns that it could affect the Home button’s durability in the long run. This tutorial explains how you can disable the Press Home to Unlock option on iPhone and enable Rest Finger to Open (Touch ID).

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Category Apple iPhone, iPad

Posted October 14, 2016 by

How to Get More Sleep Using Bedtime for iPhone


Apple has introduced some useful features and updates with iOS 10. Some changes in Apple’s latest OS are hard to ignore. An overhaul of the messaging app now offers a more entertaining and eye-catching inbox which allows users to send messages with effects and to play games right in the conversation. Some features, however, are not that obvious and are buried deep in Settings and other apps. One such feature is Bedtime. Bedtime lets you manage your both your bedtime and wake-up times by reminding you when it’s time to go to bed and when it’s time to wake up. This tutorial explains how to manage your sleep using Bedtime for iPhone.

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Category Apple iPhone, Apps