Know how you can kill or force quit apps on iPhone/iPad

It’s undeniable that force-quitting an app never serves as the first solution for problematic or freezing apps on your iPhone/iPad, but this can sometimes help when something goes wrong. In fact, there are the apps that don’t work just exactly the way you want. Such apps sometimes freeze or stop working while they are in use. In this case, force-quitting…

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Here’s how you can highlight in Pages for Mac

People who use the Pages app for Mac quite often must have highlighted selections, words, and paragraphs of documents opened in the app. Serving as part of a stock commenting feature, the app is useful for many people, including students, writers, editors, or those who spend much time on the word processing app on a Mac. It’s pretty simple to…


How to fix unresponsive or stuck MacBook Pro Touch Bar

There are times when the Touch bar is unresponsive or get stuck and fails to work on your MacBook Pro. Additionally, it sometimes shows incorrect button or even blank one. If you have faced these issues on your MacBook Pro, you don’t need to stress out. Let’s check the following simple tips to fix them. Tip 1: Force Quit the…


Check out steps to disable inertial scrolling on your Mac

Hitting the smartphone market 10 years ago, the original iPhone immediately caught customers’ attention because of its smooth multi-touch user interface, notably rubber band scrolling, aka inertial scrolling. With this, after your finger has stopped moving, your content keeps scrolling till it slowly comes to a stop. Thankfully, this interesting feature also came to the macOS world to support Mac…


Easy steps to share calendars with others from your iPhone/iPad

Sharing Calendars comes in very handy when you want to allow family members, colleagues, or partners to see your schedule and collaborate with each other on it. The cool thing is that the shared calendars will automatically update as someone has added or changed any events, thanks to the calendar syncing via iCloud. In this tutorial, we will walk you…


Know how you can customize Podcasts on iPhone/iPad

The Podcasts app helps you listen to all your favorites in Apple’s environment in a handy manner. This way, you can easily control them with Siri and control their settings according to their personal preferences. In this tutorial, we will be presenting to you how to customize Podcasts on your iPhone and iPad. Steps to sync Podcasts If you wish…


Simple tips to update non-App Store Mac apps

As a Mac users, you must have been left wondering how to update the apps you didn’t download from the Mac App Store, as this task is not easy like you do with the apps coming from the App Store. With App Store Mac apps, you just need to navigate to the store’s Update tab to download their latest version….


Check out steps to use the Tabs feature in Maps for Mac

The new Tabs feature arriving with macOS Sierra plays an indispensable part in your Mac, as it helps you manage multiple windows without making your Mac’s screen cluttered. Plus, the feature appears useful for those who own smaller screen Macs. Like other Mac apps, such as Apple’s iWork apps, Mail, Maps, TextEdit, and more, the Maps app for Mac is…


Simple tips to delete apps from your Mac

It’s inevitable that your Mac can be filled with apps over time. Those are the apps that you don’t use any more or have stopped working. In this case, you need to delete them from your computer to reduce clutter. Today, we are going to cover how to delete apps from your Mac. Let’s dive in. Related: Check out steps…


Check out steps to save photos from Messages on iPhone/iPad

A number of iPhone users send and receive pictures in Messages app for iOS, but some don’t know how to save a photo from the Messages app to their iPhone/iPad. In this post, we will walk you through the steps to save photos from Messages to iPhone/iPad. After being saved locally, the photo will appear in the Photos app of…


Know how you can use the Touch Bar with FaceTime on your MacBook Pro

The Touch Bar arriving with the new MacBook Pro is specifically designed to help you easily access the frequently-used tools in your apps. In this post, we are going to cover how to use the Touch Bar with FaceTime on your MacBook Pro. Also Read: Here’s how to use the Touch Bar with the Contacts app on MacBook Pro Steps…


Here’s how you can disable Automatic GPU Switching on MacBook Pro

If you are using a new MacBook Pro that comes with dual graphics cards, you must have noticed that macOS and certain apps will switch between two graphics. Thanks to this, you can choose whether your computer uses the integrated GPU for better battery life or the discrete GPU for better performance. In fact, GPU switching is a great feature as…


Steps to change Download Location for Messages App in macOS Sierra

Despite the fact that a number of people like using WhatsApp or Skype to chat with their beloved ones, the built-in Messages app for Mac get many people’s love. With the release of macOS Sierra, the app comes with a few new cool features such as Rich Links, and Tapbacks, which surely liven up your conversations though the Message app…