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Runkeeper might be the best third-party run tracking app for the Apple Watch

My journey to finding the best third-party run tracking app for my Apple Watch has been a long winding one with a lot of twists and turns. Before WatchOS 3, tracking runs was a pain as no app, not even Apple’s in-built Workout app was reliable when it came to…

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Writing about writing on my iPad Mini 2; the iPad Mini 2 writing stress test.

So, I got iPad Mini 2 last week. Spoiler alert, it’s awesome! I have enjoyed every moment that I’ve been using it. Performance-wise too, it has taken everything that I have thrown at it in its stride without so much as a hiccup. I love it. Another thing I love,…

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iOS 10 Wishlist: Slide-over multitasking on iPhone 6s Plus

iOS 10 is coming! These are exciting and stressful times for Craig Federighi and his team. So, in order to help them out and make the conceptualisation part of their work easier, I have started compiling a small (albeit important ;)) list of features that I’d love to see in…

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TechTip: How to reopen your last closed tabs in your browser on your computer

We’ve all been there. We have a few tabs open and are trying to close one but the cursor rebels and ends up closing another tab. With so many tabs open in your browser, you obviously don’t remember which one you closed. Then begins the search for that tab by…

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TechTip: How to hide unwanted apps from your home screen on iOS with jailbreaking your device

A lot of us own iDevices. And though we give Android and manufacturers of Android devices a hard time for bloatware (selling us devices with a lot of useless apps preinstalled), iOS too is guilty of the same. Though not completely useless, Apple does bundle its devices with apps like…

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TechTip: How to supercharge your screenshots (on all platforms)

We’ve all been there. For work or otherwise, we’ve needed to take a screenshot of something on our computer screen or mobile screen and send some part of it to someone. Usually, on Windows, we’d take a screenshot (Fn + PrintScr, on most computers), open Paint, paste it, select the…

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The best apps/software to get night mode on all your computing devices

On an average weekday, we use some computing device or another for at least 12 hours of the day. Considering that we sleep for 8 hours a day, we are exposed to screens for three fourths of a day! That’s a lot of blue light to absorb (all screens emit…

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Why you should use Night Mode on your computing devices?

Apple recently released the iOS 9.3 beta. And though it doesn’t have too many groundbreaking features, one feature that is making waves is the ‘Night Shift’ mode that changes the color of the screen of your iOS device to put less stress on your eyes and helps to sleep better…

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#InTheNews: Fitness tracking on a budget is in! Xiaomi sells 10 million Mi Bands in 9 months

Xiaomi, that Chinese manufacturer whose products look like those of all those other Chinese manufacturers but are known and desired because they are even cheaper than those other Chinese manufacturers’ and whose dirt-cheap flash sales (Rs. 1 for a Mi Band, for example) are notorious for making you wait a…

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The top 5 things that Apple will do in 2016 (based on heard rumors)

4 inch iPhones to rule the world! Call it the iPhone 6c or 7c, say that it’ll be launched in March or September, but the rumors about Apple re-launching a 4 inch iPhone refuse to die. And, I think, it does make sense from Apple’s perspective. With every phone today…

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