iPhone Contacts lets you specify relationships between people, like brother, sister, father, partner, which leads to creating family groups. This step-by-step guide shows how it works.
Are there dead spots on your home or work Wi-Fi network? Do you know all the devices that are connected to it? Are the unauthorised devices? These Android phone apps provide the answers.
The iPhone Mail app makes it easy to add common email accounts like Google, Yahoo! and Outlook, but what if your email provider is not on the menu? See how to add other email accounts.
Are you spending too much time on your phone and too little engaging with the real world? If Google Digital Wellbeing won’t work on your phone, these alternatives may cure your addiction.
The Apple Shortcuts app enables you to save time and effort by combining actions into a simple button you press or a command you say to Siri. Learn how to create your own shortcuts.
Many of the things we do each day are habits and there are good ones like going to the gym and bad ones like eating junk food. These iPhone apps build good habits and stop bad ones.
Cloudflare 184.108.40.206 has been designed to increase internet speed and improve your privacy, hiding your activities. It is available for Android phones and the app could not be simpler.
Facebook has had a troubling time with privacy issues and there are some things you can’t change. However, some privacy settings are down to you. Change these settings to boost privacy.
Do you use Sticky Notes on your Windows PC? You should because notes can now be accessed on your Android phone or iPhone in the OneNote app. Create and sync Windows Sticky Notes on mobile.
TextEdit is a useful app on the Apple Mac and it can be used to create simple text text files to complex word processor documents. But where is TextEdit for iOS? Use TextEdit+ instead.