How to Turn Photos into “Memories” on macOS

Apple Photos will automatically scan your memorable events, places, and people, gathering them into curated collections called Memories. You can also create your own Memories, turning any Memory into a slideshow, which you can share with friends and family.

How to Crop and Edit Photos on Android

Smartphones are an almost perfect dissemination technology. Snap a picture and a few taps later, it’s on the Internet. Before you do that, however, you can take a few moments to fix up your photos with cropping, color adjustments, and enhancements

How to Use a Bluetooth Keyboard with Your Android Device

More and more, people are starting to discover that tablets make decent productivity tools. With devices like the Microsoft Surface and iPad Pro becoming more popular, you may be looking to create something similar with your Android device. With a Bluetooth keyboard, it’s simple. Here’s how to connect one, and everything you can do with it.

How to Open an EPS Image File on Windows

An EPS (Encapsulated PostScript) file is special type of image file containing a PostScript program. If you’ve stumbled upon one of these files,  you’ve probably noticed quickly that few programs can open it properly. So how can you view it?

How to Sign PDFs from Dropbox on iOS

PDFs are the de facto method of sharing important documents between parties. Thankfully, PDFs are generally much easier to sign nowadays, and things get even easier with the ability to sign PDFs from Dropbox on iOS.

What Is Power Nap in macOS?

Power naps aren’t just something that happens after a heavy lunch or a long morning working in the yard. Macs also employ a feature called Power Nap that keeps your system and apps updated while your Mac is in sleep mode.

How to Change the Voice Volume on Apple Maps

If you have ever followed Apple Maps’ voice navigation while listening to music, then you probably know what it’s like when Siri cuts in loudly to give you the next prompt. It can be startling, but luckily there’s an easy fix.

How to Remove Entries from iOS’ Autocomplete

iOS’ autocomplete skills are a wonderful convenience until they become overstuffed with old entries. Is an old, outdated phone number or email address showing up in the list? Removing them from your contacts won’t remove them from the autocomplete list–you have to do that separately.

How Pokémon Go’s New “Catch Bonus” System Works

It may not be the riot-gathering game it was at launch, but Pokémon Go continues to receive substantive updates from developer Niantic. Most recently, it introduced a catch bonus, which finally gives purpose to most of those medals you’ve been earning.