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How to Turn On Chromebook Developer Mode

Chromebooks are great machines not only for students but also for developers. It allows you to interact with Chrome OS at a deeper level through the Developer Mode. Basically, switching to Developer Mode is like rooting your Android device. You lose many of the security features provided by Google and you are treading on your own. Google allows access to this kind of environment so …

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How to Install Google Chrome Extensions in Microsoft Edge Chromium

Despite showing plenty of promise and having a host of helpful features, the Microsoft Edge browser never came along. Nor was it able to prove itself as a viable alternative to either Google Chrome or Apple Safari. So, while the complete revamp of the web browser may seem like an upheaval to many, I could see it coming a long way back. Though only time …

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How to Use Siri with Spotify on iPhone and iPad

As a person who is deep into the Apple environment, I’ve found it absolutely tough to look beyond Apple Music for a seamless music streaming experience throughout iDevices consisting of iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac, HomePod, and more. However that doesn’t imply my allegiance to Spotify has dipped. So, at the same time as I didn’t get swayed by means of the series of sensational allegations …

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How to Take Screenshots on Snapchat Without Notifying Sender

Snapchat is kind of a unique social media app that is anti-everything that social media stands for. You can’t save the messages, memories or photos and if you try to take a screenshot, Snapchat alerts the sender about your action. Basically, privacy is at the heart of Snapchat. However, some people want to preserve those memories to relive it later or for keeping important information …

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How to Enable Touchpad Gestures on Chromebook

For the past few months, Chrome OS has been getting a lot of proper laptop features that we have been asking for a long time. For instance, now you can use full-fledged desktop apps using Linux and play games on Chromebooks using Steam as well. Apart from that, Chromebook now allows seamless sign-in using your Android device. All these features have matured Chromebooks from a …

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How to Check FaceTime Mobile Data Usage on iPhone

Data plans are not very expensive these days but still there happen to be situations in which a person has to use the mobile data very efficiently. Most of the apps in phones use mobile data in the background causing data drainage which may cause troubles specially when you are on low bandwidth. However, iOS 13 has a good feature called Low Data Mode to …

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10 Tips to Get Most Out of Safari in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

Putting the eye-catching features aside, Safari is arguably the most improved stock app in iOS 13. Part of the reason why Apple has upgraded the web browser was that the demand for a full-fledged web browser for iPad had been growing at a rapid pace. Just when Apple’s “Like a computer. Unlike any computer” campaign seemed to be a mere marketing gimmick, the introduction of …

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AirDrop Not Working Between iOS 13 and macOS Catalina? Here’s the Fix

AirDrop and file-sharing between iDevices go hand in hand. Just select your files, choose the nearby targeted device and then let Apple’s beloved file-sharing protocol do the rest. That’s dead simple, isn’t it? But then again, the file-sharing system is not flawless and has faced its own share of issues for several years. As you might have already guessed, the ghost of the past has …

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How to Download a Single Song in Spotify on iPhone and iPad

Spotify is probably the most feature-rich music app in a seemingly crowded market. But there is one little feature that its iOS app still lacks and it’s the inability to download a specific song. There is no point in downloading an entire album or playlist when only a few selected songs appeal to your music taste, is it? Until the music-streaming app comes with a …

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How to Monitor Heart Rate Variability (HRV) Using Apple Watch and iPhone

As a health-conscious person, I like to keep track of my heart rate variability (HRV). For those who don’t know, HRV is a measure of the variation in time between each heartbeat. It offers better insight into the body’s autonomic nervous system (ANS) and also plays a vital role in tracking stress levels. Thankfully, Apple Watch enables me to measure HRV data with both higher …

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