Are you no longer interested in using WhatsApp? Maybe you want to migrate to a different service, but before you do, maybe you should delete your WhatsApp account. If you’re not sure how to delete your WhatsApp account, then read on to find out.
Want to see how well your computer is handling games? You can check on this by looking at the FPS (frames per second) that should help clue you in, and if you’re wondering how to do this, you’re in luck as this guide will show you how.
A couple of years ago, the folks at EA and Respawn Entertainment announced their take on Fortnite in the form of Apex Legends. EA later revealed that they were looking into the possibility that the game could eventually find its way onto mobile devices, and nearly two years later, our wishes have come true.
Clubhouse is the hit social media app that launched not too long ago, and it seems that instead of companies rushing to try and acquire them, we’re actually seeing social media platforms try to create their own version. Now it looks like Reddit wants in on the fun as well as the company has announced Reddit Talk.
Last week, Discord announced that iOS users would no longer be able to access NSFW servers on their mobile devices through the app. It was suggested that this was due to Apple’s App Store policy that says that apps that contain certain types of content could be removed from the App Store.
One of the reasons Apple has insisted on maintaining its walled garden approach to iOS apps is that they have a greater degree of control over what apps make it in. This is meant to cut back on malicious or scam apps as each app is reviewed before it is allowed to be listed on the iOS App Store.
If you miss being able to run Windows on your M1-based Mac computer, you’re in luck because the folks behind Parallels Desktop has announced that in the latest version of their software, they are giving users the ability to install Windows 10 on ARM on their Mac computers, although there is a catch.
Discord has evolved from being merely an app that gamers use to chat with each other to a platform where people can come together and talk and discuss various topics. Given the variety of topics, obviously some Discord servers have been marked as NSFW, which is fine, but there is some bad news for iOS users.
Clubhouse is one of the hottest social media apps available at the moment. What’s interesting about its rise to stardom is the fact that it is currently exclusive to iOS, and that the only way you can join it is in the form of an invite. So what about Android users who are looking to get in on the Clubhouse action?
Many probably know Google Photos as a photo backup service. However, the app on mobile does come with some pretty basic photo editing features if you need to make quick edits, crop images, and so on. However, if you wanted more powerful controls, especially for video, you might opt to use a different software.
Apple has long argued that its walled garden approach with regards to its iOS App Store has been designed to provide users with the best and safest possible experience. We can certainly see the merits in such an argument, but at the same time, it has been pointed out that this isn’t always the case.
A few years ago, it was discovered that Spotify was working on their own digital assistant similar to the likes of Siri and Google Assistant. Now it looks like that digital assistant got a bit smarter thanks to Spotify introducing a hands-free feature that lets users activate the assistant using a wake word.
If you use an iOS device but want to migrate to Android, it’s not that hard to transfer photos and contacts, but when it comes to migrating WhatsApp chat history, that’s when it gets a bit tricky. However, the good news is that WhatsApp is finally about to do something about it, according to a recent discovery by the folks at WABetaInfo.
Internet scams aren’t new and hopefully people have, over the years, gotten more educated and more aware about them. However, the reality is that people still fall for scams even today, but do be on the lookout for a new-ish WhatsApp scam that seems to be making its rounds these days.
It seems that Apple is pretty serious about maintaining and protecting the privacy of its users. Not too long ago, Apple introduced a new requirement that asked that developers list out what kind of data their apps collect on users, thus giving users more transparency and to help them make more informed decisions.
A couple of years ago, the folks at Riot announced that they would be bringing its League of Legends game onto mobile devices in the form of League of Legends: Wild Rift. The game hasn’t been fully released yet, but for those who are interested in possibly taking part in the beta, you’re in luck.
While many developers have complained about Apple’s strict and sometimes draconian review process of apps for the App Store, there is a good reason behind that as Apple wants to ensure that no malicious apps or malware disguised as apps make their way into the App Store ecosystem.
Now that LastPass has crippled its free tier, you might be considering looking for a different password manager, so here’s how to export all of your LastPass passwords to bring it over.
Have you ever gone to a new mall or building and gotten really lost as to where you need to go? If you have, you’re not alone. However, the good news is that thanks to augmented reality technology, Google has recently announced that they will be using that tech for indoor mapping for Google Maps.
Malware on smartphones isn’t new, although what’s troubling is that the creators of these malwares have come up with new and interesting and even more sneaky ways of disguising them to trick users into installing it. The latest malware, as discovered by security firm Zimperium, seems to have managed to disguise itself as an Android system update.