Using the SD card as the default storage for photos seems to be the best way to avoid clogging up of your Internet storage if you take too many photos. You can surely do the same even if you do not take a great number of photos but it would not make much of a difference then.

But how to use SD card as the default photo storage on Android? Is there an option in the settings to adjust the storage location for images? Is there an app that helps setting it? Read full post →Use SD Card as Default Photo Storage on Android


There was no way to store apps on SD Card earlier. The Android tinkerers preferred to achieve root access in order to store apps on SD Card. But, following the launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop, some of the Android smartphones started offering the ability to its users to store apps on SD Card. And, it has been a consistent feature on many Android smartphones but not all. Read full post →How to store Apps on SD card


Basic video editing capabilities like trim/cut are natively available on iPhone with the help of Photos app. You could utilize this ability on-the-go where you only need to cut or trim a video without necessarily having an active Internet connection (because it is built right into your phone, you do not need to download anything).

Photos app is not just a photo viewer but also lets you cut or trim the videos you have on your library. However, if you need some more functionalities to edit the videos, 3rd Party apps would help you. Read full post →How To Cut and Crop Videos on iPhone



RAR files are compressed files. You can identify the files with a .RAR extension. You can put a bundle of files and folders to create a compressed file utilizing an RAR archiver. Although, officially WinRAR is the archiver responsible for creating RAR files here we will take a look at how to extract RAR files on both Windows and Mac.

RAR files cannot be extracted by the built-in OS tools, that only works for ZIP files on both Linux and Mac. So, we have a couple of software utilities which can help extract RAR files on Windows and Mac. Read full post →How to Extract RAR files (Win+Mac)


You can definitely use iTunes on Mac or Windows to sync your music files. But, what if you don’t like iTunes, or don’t want to install it? We have four interesting ways to help you add music to your iPhone (or iPad) without using iTunes. Read full post →How to Add Music On iPhone Without iTunes


Few followers on Instagram? Is it too much distracting to use? Maybe there’s a privacy concern you need to address?

Whatever be the case, we will show  how to delete an Instagram account. However, do note that you will not find any option to delete the Instagram account through the app. You will have to log in to the desktop version through the browser and follow the steps mentioned below. Read full post →How To Delete Your Instagram Account


Whatever you get from the iTunes store is DRM protected. DRM refers to Digital Rights Management which (in layman terms) enforces security to prevent piracy of the content. In a nutshell, only you (the one who downloaded/purchased the content) will be able to play it.

DRM protection is good enough but it comes with a problem of sharing the content across different platforms. So, it requires an additional authorization to verify the ownership. And, that’s the reason why you would need to Authorize a computer on iTunes if you did not realize earlier. Read full post →How to Authorize A Computer on iTunes


When you do not want an email account associated with a device, you simply delete it. Normally, you would do it if you are switching your primary email address or cleaning the slate before selling the device. But, how do you delete email accounts on iPhone? In either case, do you want to delete the entire email account from your iPhone or just specific emails?

Here, we will let you know everything you need to know about how to delete emails and accounts on iPhone. Read full post →How To Delete Emails and Accounts on iPhone


Moving stuff from your primary device to a new one is somehow time-consuming. However, if you follow the correct method for the purpose, you will save a lot of time. Similarly, transferring photos from Android to iPhone might be a problem to you. No problem: we will help you with the best methods to transfer photos from Android to iPhone. Here, we present you the three easiest methods which you can follow when you want to transfer photos from Android to iPhone. Read full post →How to transfer photos from Android to iPhone


With an iPhone, you can restore SMS messages & iMessages. However, you cannot perform that unless you reset your device to the factory state.

Fret not, if you are willing to reset your device or looking for a way to simply restore your messages on a clean iOS install, we have your back. You can easily backup and restore SMS on iPhone using two methods which are mentioned below. Read full post →Backup (and restore) SMS on iPhone