Until just recently, the official Pinterest app for iPhone did practically anything you could do on the Pinterest web site, from browsing and sharing pins to creating new boards—anything, that Read More
One of the most intimidating new Office features has to be the so-called “ribbon”—the thick stripe of settings and commands that sits at the top of every Word, Excel, Outlook, Read More
Ever find yourself swiping back and forth on your Android display just to read a sentence in a Gmail message? Annoying, right?
So, you thought you turned off the notifications for an iPhone or iPad app, but it’s still bugging you with unwanted banners, beeps and badges. What gives?
Thanks to the Kindle’s handy “Whispersync” feature, you can start reading a book on, say, your Kindle Fire, then pick up right where you left off on another Kindle-friendly device, Read More
Karen writes: I’m looking for an iPad/iPhone app for my passwords but I’d like something simple, like the Contacts app, that I can secure with a password. It would also Read More
Unlike the Mail app for iPhone, the official Gmail app for Android phones lacks an obvious way (like, say, a pair of arrow keys on the actual message screen) for Read More