In the current economic climate, it makes sense to track your spending and see where your money is going. Track expenses, create budgets and monitor and analyze spending using your phone.
Microsoft OneNote has features you may not have discovered, like the great OneNote widget for iPhones that enables you to see recent notes and create new text, image and audio notes faster.
Android app permissions lags behind iOS and apps used lax Google Play Store rules to access too much, but times are changing. View app permissions in the store, change them after installing.
Some emails require you to take action and it may not be possible to do so immediately. Will you forget? Not if you turn emails into tasks. Here’s how to do it in Microsoft Outlook and To Do.
The iPhone is able to shoot high resolution videos, which can produce very large file sizes. How do you transfer large video files to a Windows PC for editing or viewing? Here’s what to do.
Apple possessions are great for tracking possessions in case they are lost, but they have a dark side and people can be tracked without their knowledge. Get an AirTag detector for Android phones.
Although Chrome does have some useful browser privacy features, there is always the fear that Google is monitoring everything you do online. These alternatives to Chrome are more private.
Have you noticed that when you share the URL to an article that the URL is long and ugly? It is because tracking information has been added. Remove tracking from a URL and clean up links.
Apple continues to improve Keychain, its built-in password manager for iOS and macOS devices and now you can write notes and store them with passwords. Here’s how to add notes on the iPhone.
Claim your expenses for business travel in your car by recording the mileage for trips, expenses like parking and tolls. Record all car expenses and private usage with Android phone apps.