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How to Quickly Transfer Files Between Devices

Despite having multiple file transfer services like Apple’s AirDrop, Realme/Oppo/Mi Share, Samsung’s Quick Share, Google’s Nearby etc., it’s still a hassle to transfer files across devices specially across different platforms. Most of the services mentioned above are limited to their own ecosystems. We have found an extremely easy and seamless way to transfer files across platforms (be it mobile or desktop OS) and devices. So, …

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How to Sync DND Status Across Your Android Smartphones

Do you own multiple Android devices? If so, you must be aware that maintaining multiple smartphones or tablets at the same time can often turn out to be tiresome. With the help of Tasker and Join, today, we will be taking a look at how you can sync do not disturb mode across your Android devices. Sync DND Status Across Your Android Smartphones 1. Download …

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How to Remap Modifier Keys on iPad

Ever attached a PC keyboard to your iPad only to find that the ⌘ and ⌥ keys are the wrong way around and fumed at Apple for not even offering an option to remap modifier keys on iPad? Well, you are not alone to have traveled through this annoying path. Thankfully, this problem has become a thing of the past as the tech giant has …

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Here’s How You Can Get Free 1 Year Subscription for Apple TV+

Instead of relying solely on its iPhone shipments, Apple has now shifted its attention to growing its services business and well, Apple TV+ video streaming service is its newest endeavor. Apple TV+ went live yesterday, i.e November 1, in 120 countries around the globe with a handful of original programs and a star-studded cast including the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Jason Mamoa, Oprah Winfrey, and …

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How to Enable the Linux Bash Shell on Windows 10 [Supports WSL 2]

While everyone was busy writing off Microsoft, the Redmon giant went ahead and acquired the popular code-management platform, GitHub. On similar lines, Microsoft joined the Linux Foundation as a partner to bring support for Linux kernel on Windows 10. All these decisions indicate that Microsoft is serious about bringing software development and research on Windows 10. So if you are a student or a programmer, …

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How to Enable AssistiveTouch in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

AssistiveTouch is probably the biggest highlight of the Accessibility suite. Though it’s designed for the people who have difficulty touching the screen or require an adaptive accessory, anyone can take advantage of it to carry out several tasks more conveniently. Sadly, despite being such a notable feature, it remains largely unexplored. Wouldn’t it be great if you could capture the screen of your iPhone or …

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How to Disable Auto Play Message Effects and Video Previews in iOS 13

For a fun-filled iMessaging experience, I have always loved using screen and bubble effects on the iPhone. The message effects add that extra flavor to conversation that I love. What’s more, they also play automatically to greet you with colorful bubbles, gorgeous confetti, or the ever-adorable heart. But then again, everything has two sides: pros and cons. And probably the biggest (if any) downside of …

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How to Show Declined Events in Calendar App on iPhone and iPad

Imagine a situation where you are planning for an event in full swing using the stock calendar app. Once your planning is over after hours of toiling, suddenly you remember that you had actually declined the event due to prior engagement. Wouldn’t you feel annoying at yourself for not knowing it beforehand? Most probably, you would. If you don’t want to face such situations, be …

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How to Customize Apple Music with Cool Artwork in macOS Catalina

At times, a little customization can spruce up the whole affair, giving a fresh look to the same thing that didn’t seem to appeal to your taste before. You know what I’m talking about, don’t you? Having just personalized file and folder icons on Mac, I thought it would be nice to do the same favor to Apple music as well. After all, an old …

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