Securing personal information is key to most of us. If you’re like most people, you keep plenty of info on your phone, including emails, banking information and all kinds of other things. Nowadays, a simple password really isn’t enough for protection, which is why many people choose two-factor authentication to protect their data. But if you’re not backing up that authentication, then you might find that you can’t access your data when you need it. Confused? Don’t be, we’ve got all you need to know right here.
We’re all constantly looking for ways to make our lives easier in today’s busy world. And if you’ve got an iPhone, then even your phone is packed full of little things that can help speed up your user experience. Sure, you probably know a couple of iPhone shortcuts, but we’re willing to bet that you don’t know them all. Ready to use your mobile more efficiently than ever? Then check out our favourite iPhone gestures and shortcuts below!
Thinking about using your mobile to make payments at shops, online or bricks and mortar? Then you might be wondering just how safe and secure those payments will be. With online identity theft and well publicised hacking of financial firms, payment security should be high on your list of priorities. That’s why we’re taking a look at NFC payments and security so you can decide whether this payment method is appropriate for you or not.
Battery life is a big issue for most smartphone owners. That flashing low battery warning is enough to strike fear into the heart of any commuter or even student. It used to be that finessing the maximum amount of power out of your phone was a fine art, but times have changed. Thanks to new Android features, getting the most out of your battery is easier than ever. As long as you’re running Android 6.0 or above, the below is all you’ll ever need to know about improving battery life on your Android.
Having a smartphone is awesome, having a smartphone without an internet connection isn’t. Most of us rely on our mobile internet service, which is fine except for two small issues: mobile data prices and battery draining. However, there is a fix for this problem if you know how to deal with it. We’re here to tell you all you need to know about automatic WiFi enabling, saving you money and precious battery power!
There are few things more annoying than running out of battery on your phone. And if you’ve got an iPhone that’s more than a couple of years old then you might be finding that the battery runs out a little more often than you’d like. Battery life is a big issue for mobile users, and therefore battery health should be too. Not sure of the difference between the two? Not to worry, we’re here to help you out.
Let’s be honest here, the vast majority of us probably use our phones far more for texting, messaging, and web surfing than we do for actually making phone calls. But phone calls aren’t completely out of fashion. The nice thing about a smart phone though, is that you generally know exactly who’s calling you. Unless, of course, you don’t have that number stored in your contacts list. Today, we’re taking a quick look at how you can reverse look up a phone number, and it’s dead easy, so don’t panic.
Recording a phone call could be useful, and you never know when you might want to do so. However, you’ll need to set up this process beforehand, as well as being sure that you’re recording legally. How are you supposed to know what you’re doing? Well, that’s what we’re here for!
Social media can be a great thing. You can keep up with friends and family, even with celebrities and trendsetters. But there are downsides to social media. Privacy is a large concern for all of us online these days, and social media should be no different. That’s why we’re taking a look at social media stalking, and how to stop it.