Sure, iOS 11 looks cool, but when you compare it to Android it still comes up short in some key ways, from multiple user profiles to one-touch Google searches. Read all about it here.
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Don't hand over an aging iOS device to your eager youngster before doing a little kid-proofing first.
From message stickers and 3D Touch to Live Photos and Apple Pay, iOS is stuffed with features that grab headlines. But some of iOS's most useful features are the oldest ones—and they're easily overlooked.
The YouTube app has added support for immersive VR videos, private viewing, and even saving videos for offline viewing (via YouTube Red).
Six eye-opening tips and tricks for the Android Clock app, from setting louder alarm tones to overriding your Do Not Disturb rules.
Android and iOS devices both have parental controls, but here are ways you can quickly and temporarily lock down your handset, without having to take a deep dive into the Settings menu.
Just because your iPhone is locked with a passcode or Touch ID doesn’t mean it’s safe from prying eyes and fingers. These iOS settings can help lock down your phone’s lock screen.
You'll be a happier 1Password user once you master these mobile tips and tricks, from unlocking 1Password with your fingerprint to entering passwords with the 1Password keyboard.
Your iCloud account will be easy pickings for hackers unless you take these few basic security measures.
Translate as you type, call up the numeric keypad whenever you want, get a dedicated row of number keys, and more.
There are plenty of ways to keep your Android handset safe from the most common security threats, all with a minimum of effort. Read on to learn about the right passcodes, security settings and other safeguards.
These tips will help you find best features Photos has to offer—draw shapes, write captions, publish a gallery online, un-delete a trashed photo, and more.
Rearrange your speed-dial contacts, get phone numbers for nearby businesses, send annoying callers straight to voicemail, duck spam calls, and more.
From telling it what to call you to playing tic-tac-toe, here are some nifty ways to get started with your new Assistant.
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