Top 10 iPhone must have apps

The iPhone was the first device to really unleash the power of applications on smart phones, and just a few months ago they surpassed the 1 billion download milestone. Here are a list of 10 of the iPhone must have apps available right now – apps that you simply cannot live without.
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Fall is here again. This is the initial part of the season where we tend to miss the feel of the warm summer sun and visits to the sandy beaches are almost done now. If you are bummed at the end of summer as well, then here’s a fun activity for you. Welcome fall with the top iOS apps and games from the month of August. The final days of sun need be spent with you getting totally bummed out. Continue Reading…

Crashing apps can cause a lot of frustration when you’re using an iPhone.  There are various reasons behind app crashes ranging from bugs to corrupt data or insufficient memory. Whatever the cause is, a repeatedly crashing app is annoying. So how can you go about fixing crashing apps? Continue Reading…

As the number of people who are injured or killed by fake iPhone 5 chargers keeps increasing, Apple has decided to offer a worldwide $10 third-party chargers replacement program from the 16th of August to the 18th of October 2013. This move comes only weeks after a Chinese woman was electrocuted after she answered a call while her iPhone was charging. Continue Reading…

The budget iPhone seems to be on everybody’s lips nowadays. How can it not be? The legendary iPhone with a budget-efficient price tag is something that everyone would like to see. Leaked images on the internet seem to suggest that the new iPhone would be similar in look to the current iPhone device. Continue Reading…

As one of the most technologically advanced smartphones on the market, the number of things you can do with your iPhone are almost unending. One aspect of using the phone that many people oversee or simply forget about is that you can purchase iPhone printers and use corresponding iPhone printer apps to print whatever is currently displayed on your iPhone screen.
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Streaming from a hand held device like the iPad, iPhone, or the iPod touch to a TV isn’t the best option in every case, but if you want to view your photos, videos, or video streaming apps on the bigger screen, there are some options available in the market that can help you. Though the solution you choose may vary with your video quality, but it would also depend on how much you are willing to spend. Continue Reading…

The ubiquitous Gmail has greatly contributed to the large number of Google Talk users. Almost all other instant messaging services are slowing fading into the background, and being connected to Gtalk has become a priority for iPhone users too.

Here are some third-party apps that do really well with running Google Talk on the iPhone. They have great features that you generally get with desktop clients, and are smoothly integrated into your mobile experience as you continue chatting on the go.
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In this day and age, it is hard to believe that a device like the iPhone is vulnerable to intrusion. However, the risks that your device faces everyday are very real. Yes, Apple ensures increased iPhone security but as consumers, it falls upon you to take certain precautions to keep your phone safe from all possible threats. The security benchmarks have been upped greatly in light of recent intensified malicious activities on mobile platforms. Although Apple has stayed safe but then again, prevention is better than cure.
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In order to ensure that the iTunes store stays in business, Apple uses digital rights management protection, limiting the number of authorized computers that can play content from an Apple account to five. In other words, if you download content from iTunes onto your iPod and then plug your device into an unauthorized computer, you won’t be able to enjoy that content. The only exception is music files, which come without protection and can be played on any computer. To enjoy other types of content though, like video and audiobooks, you must authorize computers. Continue Reading…

Old iPhone models have occasionally suffered from overheating issues, but it seems that iPhone 5 is Apple’s ‘hottest’ product so far. There are many complaints from users from all over the world who experience iPhone 5 overheating problems, and while usually these problems don’t cause damage to the device’s components, they can be quite annoying. Continue Reading…

The iPhone 5 has so many features that it’s quite impossible to keep track of them all. Some are tiny tweaks, others are extremely useful. Get more out of your device – and impress your friends as well – with the following iPhone 5 hidden features. Continue Reading…

The top 10 iPhone spy apps

Contact Spy – Don’t know who was behind that number that just called you but are desperate to find out? All you have to do is say that number into your contact list and run it through the Contact Spy search engine and you’ll be able to find out exactly who it was. You can also punch in a name (first or last, or both) and be provided instantly with their phone number – critical stuff.
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Data roaming, or using your smartphone abroad on another network than you own, can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars sometimes, even if all you do is surf the web or download files. All apps that require an Internet connection, such as Safari, Email, Maps, and Facebook & Twitter can add to the data roaming charges. Keep reading to find out how to avoid international roaming charges on iPhone. Continue Reading…

Clearing the cache on your iPad is like pressing the restart button – it clears up the RAM and gives you a fresh new start. It’s good to clear the cache every now and then, and especially when you observe that your device is a bit slow and lagging. There’s nothing complicated about clearing Safari cache on the iPad, but the option is not present in the browser itself, so it can be hard to notice. Find out below how to clear cache on iPad, regardless of the model of your device. Continue Reading…

Emoticons are a well-hidden feature of the iPhone that enhances SMS and iMessages and can be used in almost any application that involves typing. Helping you to convey emotions more effectively, emoticons are one of the features of the iPhone that are not known to all users. The iPhone has a whole keyboard full of emoticons in fact, but you need to activate it before you can use it. Find out below how to add emoticons on iPhone. Continue Reading…

You’ve probably heard already of various methods of jailbreaking an iPhone, and you might have been tempted at least once to use a jailbreaking tool to unleash the full power of your device and break free from some of the restraints imposed by iOS. What stopped you was the fear that you could lose your iPhone warranty and mess up the device. Continue Reading…

Schools that allow students and teachers to use the iPad in the classrooms can improve the efficiency of their education. Although more and more schools embrace the iPad, its implementation in the classroom is a slow, gradual process. Continue Reading…

Whether you want to de-clutter your screens or free up some HD space, removing apps on the iPad is a quick and easy process that doesn’t even require you to plug your device into iTunes. Below you’ll find out how to remove apps on iPad directly from your device. Continue Reading…

What is TTY on iPhone?

Out of users who are new to their iPhone have begun to see a TTY simple pop-up in the status bar in specific areas, and aren’t quite sure of what exactly is going on with their new phone. Don’t worry, there is nothing strange or negative going on inside your phone – it simply a system designed specifically to help people who are hearing impaired or legally deaf to more easily use their cell phone.
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