If you charge people for the time spent on projects and jobs, you need to accurately record when and for how long you work. Personal time can also be recorded and analyzed on your phone.
If there are photos you do not want to see when you open Google Photos or Apple Photos, they can be hidden from view, but they are still there and can be accessed if you really need them.
Charge your phone and other battery devices with a multi-port car charger with an unusual feature. Not the USB power socket or the USB-C port, not even the QC3.0 output, but disco lights!
Browser tabs are handled differently on a phone to a computer and because of the small screen, tabs are shown as a vertically rotating carousel. Switch to cards in Chrome for a better view.
Google Keep, Microsoft OneNote, Apple Notes, Evernote and other notes apps are good, but all have drawbacks and if you are looking for an alternative, Joplin is a great one and it is free.
Are you being tracked by the podcasts you listen to? Yes! Did you know podcasts track you? Do you know who tracks you or how they track you? What do they know about you? Find out now!
Boost privacy and security when browsing the web on your phone by using an alternative web browser instead of the built in one. Private browsers prevent tracking and hide your identity.
There has been much interest in alternative social networks recently, largely from users wanting more privacy, less tracking and freer speech. Which ones will survive and will TSu be one?
A phone has a unique identifying code called a MAC address that can be used to track you, so you might think it would be a good idea to hide it, but there are potential problems to be aware of.
Your iPhone can precisely track your location and report to apps exactly where you are. You can disable location tracking, but it’s useful in some apps, so make your location fuzzy instead.