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How to Share Media in Google Photos Using Direct Messaging

I would be lying if I said that Google Photos is not the most feature-rich photo gallery app across platforms including iOS. That said, while Google Photos offers a more simplified way of managing pics and video snaps, there is one department where it lacked simplicity – sharing. Yeah, you heard it right. Up until now, the app forced users to create a shared album …

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How to Use Light Background in Notes When Using Dark Mode on iPhone

Ever since Dark Mode rolled out in iOS 13, it has (kind of) become my default option for multiple reasons. Aside from offering an easy-on-the-eyes interface, the black theme also extends the battery life. That said, the other day I was jotting down my thoughts in the stock note-taking app. As I had enabled dark mode on my iPhone, the background of the note was …

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How to Use Call Recording Apps On Android Pie and Q

With Android Pie Google brought us many new features last year. New features like a new Material Theme UI for many apps, gesture navigation, Digital Wellbeing, and more. These features are really great and come in handy in daily use, but there’s one important functionality that has been removed from Android Pie i.e phone call recording. Google has now realized and made some changes and enabled the …

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How to Enable Function Keys on Chromebook

To make Chromebook a developer-centric machine, Google is adding some really interesting features through software updates. Recently, they brought Linux with full Terminal support on Chrome OS. And now, with the latest stable update, you can enable the missing function keys on your Chromebook just by enabling a toggle. Google has brought this feature to help developers execute many of the programming commands through function …

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How to Customize File and Folder Icons on Your Mac

Being extremely fond of customization, I’m always on the lookout to find some cool ways to add personal touches to my Mac. Personalization sort of keeps mundane feeling at bay, doesn’t it? And for those who have a liking for personalization, macOS offers a nice way to customize file and folder icons on Mac. Aside from giving a unique look to the files, it also …

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How to Play Roblox on Chromebook

Users who move from a Windows PC to a Chromebook find it harder to accept that they can no longer play their favorite games on this new platform. However, things have changed dramatically in the past few years and now you can play the majority of Windows games either through Steam or Play Store. Recently, we covered how to play Minecraft on Chromebook and this …

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Choose Where Your Music Files are Stored in macOS Catalina

Recently while exploring various means and ways to import songs to the stock music app on macOS, I got a chance to take a close look at the new Music app. In the course of preparing that article, I came across quite a few things worth sharing. And one of them is the ability to choose where music files are stored in macOS Catalina. For …

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How to Set Up Parental Control on Mac in macOS Catalina

First introduced in iOS 12 last year, “Screen Time” has traveled to Mac with the new macOS Catalina update. As part of Apple’s digital health push, Screen Time helps you keep a track of how you spend time on your Mac and other connected devices like iPhone and iPad. With comprehensive reports, it offers better insight into your app usage, how often you pick up …

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How to Install iTunes on Chromebook

While the majority of American classrooms are filled with Chromebooks, it’s equally true that many users prefer iPhones as their primary device. And eventually, that leads to incompatibility between two distinct ecosystems created by Google and Apple. Yes, I am talking about running iTunes on Chromebook and how you can get it working. Well, in this article, I bring you a detailed guide on how …

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