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This Online Tool Lets You Check If Your iPhone Is Stolen

The best way to avoid buying a stolen iPhone is getting it from Apple, an electronics store, or a carrier. But because the iPhone comes with a rather high price tag, some people choose to purchase second-hand iPhone. These are still expensive, but the price is lower than what you’d pay...

Look Younger In Selfies With This Simple Trick

Smiling exaggerates the appearance of wrinkles around the eyes and makes people look older, a new study suggests. Experts say we associate smiling with youthfulness because adverts for makeup, dental products and clothes feature cheerful models. But an experiment revealed a beaming grin makes people appear an average of three and...

How To Enable One-Handed Mode On The Samsung Galaxy S8

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has a very unique form-factor. Its screen has an 18.5:9 ratio, meaning it is narrower and taller (relatively speaking) than what most of us are used to. This gives it a better grip, but also means you have to reach out further to get to the top...

How To Set Up The Fingerprint Reader On The Samsung Galaxy S8

Whether you like the positioning Samsung chose for the fingerprint reader or not, it is one of those Galaxy S8 features you will be using most often. Are you looking to set it up? Samsung takes you through the process during the initial set-up, but you may have skipped that...

How To Delete Your Google History And Data

It’s probably safe to say Google knows us better than even our closest friends and relatives. Seriously, the Search Giant stores all the internet history that goes through any of their products or services. And that is saying a lot, considering Google is pretty much everywhere. Thankfully, they are also pretty transparent...

How To Move Apps To SD Card From Your Internal Storage

Phone storage is such an important factor when it comes to purchasing your new smartphone, especially for power users, but even for photo and video hounds. Honestly, too little storage is something that can completely turn you off from even considering a particular phone model. After all, you need room for...

Top 10 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Mobile App Developer

If your company doesn't have a mobile app yet, you could be missing out on a golden opportunity to tap into new revenue streams. Smartphones and tablets are where today's consumers live. The majority of the 120 million smartphone owners in the U.S. use a shopping or retail app...

How to Learn Anything in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

We’re now exiting a long era of skill specialization, when workers could flow through entire careers in the same field, if not the same job. Now, machines are better than us at performing specialized and repetitive tasks. But, while machine intelligence may replace workers in many jobs, some experts --...

How To Choose The Right Smartphone For You

Reached the end of your mobile contract? Ready to upgrade? You've got more choice than ever when it comes to picking a new smartphone. But that also means that sifting through the specs and makes and models can be overwhelming. We're here to simplify it for you. To make this...

How To Properly Wipe An Android Device

How To Properly Wipe An Android Device Is it time to clear your smartphone? Maybe you want to sell it or give it away to someone. The smartest thing to do is wipe the device clean and get it back to factory settings. But did you know a traditional factory data reset...

8 Simple Android ‘Hacks’ You Can Do Without Rooting Your Phone

8 Simple Android ‘Hacks’ You Can Do Without Rooting Your Phone Rooting a phone is naturally your best option if you’re looking to unleash the full potential of your Android device. However, rooting doesn’t come without a few downsides. For one, when you root your phone, you’re putting full trust in...

5 Totally New Ways to Use Social Media

We all know that social media is great for staying in the loop and up-to-date with all of the juicy gossip going on. But did you know that it is also a pretty incredible tool for much more than that? Social media is an ever-growing and evolving world and...

How To Turn Off Icon Notification Badges On The Galaxy S8

This could be your favorite feature ... or it could annoy you every single day. One of the features on Android that's requested frequently, particularly by anyone who's used an iPhone, is notification badges on app icons. That means that as notifications for that app pile up, a small circle with...

How to Cancel Your Apple Music Subscription

Apple Music is a music streaming service that allows users to stream any song to their iOS device as well as create a playlist of their favorite songs or listen to existing curated playlists. When you use Apple Music for the first time, you’ll be provided with a free three-month...

How To Unroot Your Android Phone Or Tablet

How To Unroot Your Android Phone Or Tablet Rooting your phone and unlocking its true potential is one of the best parts of the Android ecosystem, but it isn’t for everyone. For one, the process is a bit complicated. Not to mention the fact that you could potentially harm your device,...

How to Block a Number on iPhone

Receiving repeated phone calls from someone you don’t want to hear from is not only time consuming, but also emotionally draining. Luckily, Apple has made it extremely easy to block a phone number on iPhone, so you won’t hear from that dreaded person again. How to Block a Phone Number on iPhone From...

How to Create a Parking Spot Reminder in Google Maps

Google Maps has added a pretty sweet feature to its iOS app: a parking spot marker for the forgetful among us. To label your parking spot once you’ve finished parking, do the following: First, make sure your Google Maps app is up to date. Fire up your Google Maps app...

How To Change Fonts On Android

How To Change Fonts On Android In almost all cases, the default font on your Android phone or tablet suffices. Roboto is great. It looks pleasant and is usually of the right size for comfort. But, there will always be Android users who’d prefer some other typeface; those who’d want to...

Pushing These Two Buttons Simultaneously Will Freeze Your iPhone

Pushing These Two Buttons Simultaneously Will Freeze Your iPhone A recently discovered iOS bug will cause your device to freeze up when certain functions in Control Center are activated at the same time, ultimately requiring that you do a manual hard reset of your iPhone or iPad in order to...

How To Adjust Display Colors On The Samsung Galaxy S8

Is your mind playing tricks on you, or is that brand-spanking new Samsung Galaxy S8 (or Galaxy S8 Plus) screen look like it came straight out of 2013? It certainly looks like it did, as Samsung has decided to set the default resolution to FHD+ (2220 x 1080) and not...

How To Hide Files, Photos And Apps On Android

How To Hide Files, Photos And Apps On Android How easy would it be for someone to assume your identity if they had control of your smartphone? Depending on how elaborate your internal defenses are, they would be able to text people as you, post to your Facebook account, maybe even...

The Galaxy S8’s Processor Is Powerful Enough To Run Windows

Don’t get too excited about installing Windows 10 on the Galaxy S8 just yet, although you can run a virtualized Windows 10 desktop on the phone using the DeX accessory seen in the image above. However, the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 platform that powers Samsung’s phone will also power Windows...

The First 10 Things To Do On Your New Galaxy S8

If this were a week ago we would have recommended you remap Bixby to Google Assistant, but with that tip no longer an option, what other tips can we give new Galaxy S8 owners? I’m glad you asked. Forget Bixby I know this is going to elicit howls of anger from...

The Best Plans For Your New Galaxy S8

The most wonderful of the time of the year, as it happens, is this morning. Not only is it Friday, but it’s also launch day for the Samsung Galaxy S8. Right now, you can go wander into a store and come out with a phone with zero bezel, a...

5 iOS 10.3 Tricks You Need to Know

Apple rolled out iOS 10.3, the latest version of the operating system for the iPhone and iPad, late last month. iOS 10.3 came after seven rounds of beta releases and brought with it a host of security improvements and a bunch of new features, which is why we’ve compiled this...

How To Find And Activate Youtube’s Secret Dark Mode

YouTube is rolling out a new layout to its users, and while there are those who will be disappointed with the new design, there’s one feature that everyone should appreciate: Dark Mode. Once you have the new design, you can easily turn Dark Mode on and off no matter where you...

If You Don’t Lock Your iPhone, Please Read This Immediately

If You Don’t Lock Your iPhone, Please Read This Immediately Recently, iDrop News conducted a Twitter poll where they asked this question: Do you lock your iPhone with either password or fingerprint? The results were quite surprising: 91% said yes, but 9% said no. 9 percent might seem like a small...

Top 10 Ways Android Users Benefit By Switching to iPhone

After one too many fires, Samsung decided to pull the plug on the Galaxy Note 7. That means no more manufacturing and no more selling, and if you have one, Samsung wants you to power it down and use something else. Of course, Samsung wants that to be another...

How to Boost Your iPhone’s Cell Reception

If you are experiencing reception troubles or think you’re stuck in a dead zone, you have the option of ditching your carrier’s network calling and making calls over your Wi-Fi connection instead. This is a great option to take advantage of if you happen to be connected to your home...

5 Facebook App Settings Everyone Should Know

You may consider yourself an avid Facebook user with close to a decade of social media experience under your belt. But the platform has evolved quite a bit over the years thanks to thousands upon thousands of man-hours spent by engineers hell-bent on improving it and making it your...

Did You Know Your iPhone 7 Can Run Windows XP?

Apple’s A10 Fusion SoC, powering its latest iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus flagships, is truly a mobile-computing beast to be reckoned with. Boasting a zippy quad-core infrastructure clocked at 2.34 GHz per core, coupled with Power VR’s Series 7XT six-core GPU — the 64-bit A10 chip, by raw computing...

How to Find and Manage 32-Bit Applications in iOS 10.3

Apple will soon cut off support for 32-bit applications — and the evidence is mounting that the change will come sooner than later. We’ve been warned that 32-bit apps could slow down our iPhones since iOS 9. But in recent updates, such as iOS 10.3, Apple has re-worded its warning...

5 Tips to Improve iPhone Battery Life

Turn off Your iPhone Simple, intuitive and simply not done enough. Like everything else in life, your phone needs a break too. Leaving your phone up and running 24/7 puts unnecessary stress on the battery. Unless you’re a doctor on call or in another profession that requires you to be easily reached...

How To Switch From iPhone To Android And Keep All Your Stuff

Switching to a phone within the same ecosystem is a breeze, thanks to cloud synchronization and format compatibility, but what happens when you want to get a new handset that runs on a different operating system? This a very common case, and is encountered when people are trying to switch from iOS...

How to Stop Your Mac from Automatically Downloading Updates

Your MacBook may be downloading macOS Sierra updates automatically. If that’s the case — and you have a problem with it — there is luckily a way to turn automatic downloads off. If your Mac is set to it, the macOS Sierra update will be downloaded automatically just as other...

How to Erase Mysterious “Other Data” to Speed Up Your iPhone or iPad

How to Erase Mysterious “Other Data” to Speed Up Your iPhone or iPad Out of the box, iOS devices are some of the most powerful pieces of technological goodness on the market. And even though they feature RAM and storage capacities that might seem outdated to some users, there’s no denying...

4 Ways to Protect Your Privacy from Your Internet Provider

Since news of the broadband privacy law deregulation broke, people have grown more concerned about the protection of their online activities and browsing history from their internet service providers (ISPs) including, but not limited to, AT&T, Time Warner Cable/Spectrum, Verizon, and Cox. However, this increased awareness and care came a bit too...

6 Ways to Free Memory and Speed Up Your iPhone

Has your iPhone seemed to be bugging out lately? Are things loading slower than normal? Sometimes this is due to your iPhone not having enough memory. Unfortunately, 16GB can’t really hold much, especially with apps and video files becoming heavier due to an increase in quality. So how do...

5 Very Simple and Quick Ways to Speed Up Your iPhone

5 Very Simple and Quick Ways to Speed Up Your iPhone Apple’s iPhone is arguably the company’s most successful, beloved product of all time. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing to look at, constructed of the most premium materials planet Earth has to offer, but iPhones are also among the fastest,...

How to Hard Reset Your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus

If you’ve ever used an Android device, you’ll remember how often it would crash and stop responding. You’ll also be able to recall a few frustrating instances where the device froze completely, requiring you to remove the battery as a last-resort solution. In contrast, the iPhone is generally and widely known...

8 Important iOS Security Settings Every iPhone or iPad Owner Should Know

Apple’s mobile devices are among the most secure that money can buy. Indeed, the company behind the iPhone places a great importance on the concept of security and user privacy — always seeking to ensure that every iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch owner has access to the most advanced...

Flash vs. Cloud Storage: How to Solve Your iPhone’s Storage Dilemma

Flash vs. Cloud Storage: How to Solve Your iPhone’s Storage Dilemma Do you love your iPhone? Well, you’re in good company. Of all Apple products, from the Apple Watch to the MacBook Pro, it’s the iPhone that remains the giant (and the heart) of Apple’s business. As reported by CNET, a...

Expert Tips and Tools You Can Use to Safeguard Your Privacy Online

As we’ve become more and more reliant on devices and the internet in our day-to-day lives, the more of our data and information has been uploaded to the web. Not only that, but many of us rely on the internet for work or play — and internet security is...

How to Downgrade to iOS 10.3 or 10.2.1

How to Downgrade to iOS 10.3 or 10.2.1 Just a few weeks after the release of iOS 10.3, Apple released a minor iOS 10.3.1 update containing important security updates, including a vulnerability fix that would that let an attacker execute arbitrary code on a device’s Wi-Fi chip. We recommend that users...

How to Download YouTube Videos on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

How to Download YouTube Videos on iPhone, iPad, and Mac Let’s start with a quick disclaimer. The legality of downloading YouTube videos is still a bit shady; so keep that in mind if you decide to proceed. This article is for informational purposes only, and Health2tech.com is not endorsing the use of...

5 Very Useful But Hidden iPhone Features You Might Not Know

You might think you know everything there possibly is to know about your iPhone, but there’s always something new to learn. These hidden iPhone features will save you time every single day. 5 hidden iPhone features As iOS gets more complex, Apple’s sneaky engineers continue to cram cool features into the operating...

How to Get a Refund for an App Store or iTunes Purchase

Whether it’s a movie inadvertently downloaded after a night out, or the app you bought is broken in some way, there may come the time that you need to “return” an app downloaded from the App Store. Luckily, Apple lets you request a refund on apps or in-app purchases. Now,...

iPhone Secrets: 8 Things You Didn’t Know Your iOS Device Could Do

There’s no question that an iPhone packs a ton of functionality into a small package. But even iOS users might not know all the hidden tricks that an iPhone is capable of. Here’s a list of our favorite hidden and little-known iPhone features. Change an eBook into an Audio Book One neat...

5 Tips and Tricks Every Apple AirPods Owner Should Know

Apple AirPods made a surprise splash this holiday season with a last-minute release. Their availability is still severely limited, so chances are you don’t have them yet – but if you are lucky enough to have a pair, here are our favorite tricks and tips to help you get...

6 Easy Tricks to Speed up Your Home’s Wi-Fi Connection

There are few things more frustrating than a slow Wi-Fi network connection — particularly if you’re downloading an important file, or you’re just in the middle of binge-watching your favorite show on Netflix. If you’re tired of seeing that buffering symbol, there are a few easy tricks you can try to ensure that...

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