Google is attempting to simplify its two-factor authentication process for logging into a Google Apps account by integrating the process into the company’s iOS search app.
A VPN Unlimited: Lifetime Subscription is your best option to protect your Internet connections and online activity against hackers. It also helps you go wherever you want on the web, by bypassing web content restrictions.
iOS 10 offers iPhone 6s/6s Plus users a handy way to pause and cancel app downloads, with a simple 3D Touch press of the finger.
Left turns are not only dangerous, but they’re also inefficient. (Just ask UPS.) Now, popular navigation app Waze is working to put an end to left turns.
The YoCam Versatile Waterproof Camera not only captures every bit of your action packed life, it can also be used as a home security camera, and yes… It also takes selfies.
Apple Maps has added public transit information for Denver, CO users on both iOS and OS X. The company continues to expand the app’s public transit support in various cities.
“Raise to Wake,” one of the most convenient features of iOS 10, and definitely one of our favorite features so far, will be limited to iPhone models sporting a M9 motion coprocessor or newer.
Apple’s upcoming iOS 10 update allows iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users to quickly share apps with other users via 3D Touch.
Listen to music and other audio without blocking your ears with these futuristic Bone Conduction Bluetooth Headphones from SainSonic!
An unnamed Apple executive says there is simply no reason to port iMessage to the Android platform. The messaging service is worth more to Apple as an iOS-only app.
We told you on Wednesday how Netflix has finally begun supporting picture in picture mode on the iPad, so, in true MacTrast fashion, today we’re going to quickly show you how to disable the picture in picture feature.
If you’re reasonably handy with a graphics program, and know your way around Xcode, you can build a stickers app for the upcoming iOS 10 iMessages App Store in a matter of minutes.
One new feature of iOS 10 that has gotten good feedback from the Internet Peanut Gallery is the ability to delete some of the built-in apps that Apple installs on iOS devices. However, it turns out that deleting the apps on your iPhone doesn’t REALLY delete them.
While iOS 10’s new Rich Notifications feature is currently 3D Touch-only in the first iOS 10 beta, Apple says full functionality will be coming to older-model iPhones in the future.
As is normal for this sort of thing, The release of iOS 10 leaves a few iOS devices on the scrap heap as far as compatibility goes.
One of the most common requests we’ve heard from iOS users is they’d like to be able to get rid of any stock iOS apps that they don’t have a use for. When iOS 10 is released to the public in the fall, they’ll get their wish.