Apple released its eagerly anticipated iOS 7.1 update last week and while the new software added a bunch of great new features and cleaned up a few annoying bugs, there is one thing in particular that stands out as the best thing about iOS 7.1: the speed improvements. Apple’s new iOS 7.1 software is incredibly fast on iPhones and iPads, and the difference completely changes the user experience for the better. But why should iPhone users have all the fun? More →
The IPL fever of the year is ON, and assuming that a lot of you might make it to the stadium, here are five simple tips on how to do some photography at the T20 matches, using your smartphone. More →
We have all faced a situation when we wished we could schedule our emails on Gmail to deliver at a particular time, especially when these mails needed to be sent late at night or very early in the morning. Gmail doesn’t have an in-built scheduler, which means one has to depend upon browser extensions. This also means giving these third-party services access to your emails, which is not the safest option. Digital Inspiration now lists a way to use Google Sheets to schedule your emails. An internal script called Gmail Scheduler essentially fetches the drafts from your inbox and sends them at the scheduled time. More →
One of the many reasons Apple’s iPhone lineup has been so popular over the years is because of how smooth and consistent the user experience tends to be. When it comes to mobile devices, however, there are always little tricks that can help smooth things out even more. Apple’s new iOS 7.1 software offers some huge performance improvements in addition to big visual changes, new feature additions and some bug fixes. Even still, there are a handful of things users can do in order to ensure that their iPhones, iPads and iPod touch handhelds are running as smoothly as possible. More →
Google has released a new feature in its voice search that understands your relationships with contacts in your phonebook. The feature can be enabled on voice search where you can assign contacts in your phonebook as mom, dad, girlfriend and so on. To enable this voice action feature click on the mic icon on the search bar and ask it to call any name apart from those already stored on your phonebook. For instance, you can ask it to "call mom," which will prompt voice search to give it access to your device contacts. Follow the instructions and then you can say any keyword and assign it to a contact.
Facebook's gesture of giving its fans a look back into their lives is indeed worth an applause, but unfortunately, Facebook's choice of pictures isn't. So while the videos did evoke a bit of nostalgia, they were far from perfect. To make them perfect, you need to select the pictures of your choice, right? Well, Facebook now lets you do that! More →