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How to Enable WhatsApp Dark Mode on Android and iPhone

It’s been a long time waiting for much anticipated WhatsApp dark mode. Now after a lot of hype and beta testing, WhatsApp has finally started to roll out the Dark Mode on both Android and iOS. This update will soon be available globally. With this update, WhatsApp is getting a fresh look and feel to a familiar experience. Dark mode will not only reduce eye …

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How to Stream High Quality Apple TV+ Movies and Shows on Mobile Data

When you have an unlimited data plan, there is no harm in watching the best available quality content, is it? By default, Apple TV+ app streams lower-quality content to use less of your data, which is a wise decision considering how fast a full-on binge-watching can gobble up the entire data plan. But what if you have the luxury of an unlimited data plan, wouldn’t …

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How to Add Third-Party Cloud Apps to Files App on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

If given a choice, I wouldn’t look beyond iCloud for my online storage needs. Unfortunately, Apple offers just 5GB of free iCloud storage in an age where even 50GB of base storage seems too less to accommodate the rapidly growing demands of users thanks to high-resolution photos and videos and powerful games. That’s why the need to look for third-party cloud apps like Google Drive …

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How to Take Screenshots on Chromebook

Chromebooks are a fantastic machine for general users as it comes built-in with most of the basic tools. If you want to take a screenshot on Chromebook, you can easily do it with a combination of shortcut keys. You don’t need to install any third-party app as Chrome OS allows you to take all kinds of screenshots including full-screen, window and partial. Nevertheless, I have …

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How to Customize the Right-click Menu on Windows 10

While Windows 10 has definitely gotten better in terms of functionality and overall stability, it never ceases to amaze me that Microsoft still doesn’t take user experience seriously. For example, if you use a lot of third-party apps on your PC, the right-click menu gets cluttered by countless app extensions and there is no dedicated settings page to remove those items. Sometimes, due to heavy …

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How to Sideload Android Apps on Chromebook without Developer Mode

With the release of Chrome OS 80, Google has finally brought the ability to install Android apps on Chromebook without Developer Mode. This is truly great and path-breaking for both developers as well as the Chrome OS enthusiast community. You can finally install Android APKs that are not available on the Play Store, and for that, you don’t have to sacrifice your security. However, keep …

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How to Hide Apple Music in macOS Catalina on Mac

As iTunes is shut down with the introduction of macOS Catalina, Apple Music has become part of the newly launched Music app. From what I have experienced, the music-streaming service looks more intuitive for users than ever before. The clean interface feels inviting and is much easier to navigate. Well, that is the perspective of an Apple Music subscriber. What about the ones who haven’t …

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How to Use Walkie-Talkie on Apple Watch

The Apple Watch is a feature rich smartwatch and keeping in mind that the majority of its features are fundamentals, for example, notifications, calling, ECG and many more, there are a few features that aren’t just basic, however are unquestionably amazing to have. Walkie-talkie is one of these features that We’ve begun to adore utilizing on our Apple Watch Series 5. But setting it up …

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Chrome OS is Missing or Damaged? Here’s the Fix

Unlike Windows, Chrome OS is pretty lightweight and snappy, but sometimes, it also encounters some weird errors out of the blue. “Chrome is missing or damaged” error on Chrome OS is akin to the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error on Windows systems. If you are facing this issue on your Chromebook, there is no easy way to go back and you are likely to …

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