Tag Archive: Easily


Easily move those old pics off of Facebook and into your Google Photos

This new tool fixes the pain of switching all of your photos over.

If you’ve been on Facebook for more than a few years, you probably have loads of photos and videos that only exist there. They likely even predate your Google Photos, Dropbox, or OneDrive accounts. Sure, you could download all of your data, fish through it to find your photos, and start re-uploading them, but what a colossal pain! Thankfully now there is a tool  [Read More…]

Latest WhatsApp beta lets you easily add new contacts via QR codes

QR code support is expected to become available for all beta testers within the next few days.

What you need to know The latest beta version of the WhatsApp for Android app adds support for QR codes. You can now share your contact info with your friends using a QR code. The QR codes can be scanned from within the app to add new contacts.

WhatsApp has introduced a nifty new feature with the latest beta version  [Read More…]

Google Photos could soon allow users to easily remove audio from videos

With just a single tap.

What you need to know The Google Photos app could soon allow users to remove audio from their videos easily. Currently, the Google Photos app only lets you do things like rotating a video, trim parts, as well as export frames. The new feature will likely begin rolling out to users sometime later this year.

Google Photos may not be the first app that you’d think of for editing a video on  [Read More…]

How to easily back up your photos and videos to the cloud

How do I back up my photos and video?

You have all these awesome photos and videos on your phone, but what happens when you decide to buy a new phone or your on-device storage becomes too full to take any more? Since some phones these days don’t give you the option to back up to a microSD card, that leaves one solid option: back it all up to the cloud!

There are a few incredibly easy-to-use  [Read More…]

How to easily make hand sanitizer at home when all the stores run out

If you can’t buy it, make it.

Coronaviruses like COVID-19 spread through human contact, and one of the most effective ways to curb its spread is by washing your hands. Hand sanitizer is just as effective at killing bacteria and viruses, and it’s easier to use when you’re out and about. Here’s how you can make your own hand sanitizer at home.

Products used in this guide Kill the viruses: MG Chemicals 99.9% Isopropyl Alcohol ($ 17  [Read More…]

How to easily share your Wi-Fi network with Android 10 using QR codes

Android 10 introduced a ton of new features for users, with some of the highlights being a dark mode and new gesture navigation. One lesser-known addition was that of QR codes for Wi-Fi, making it easier than ever to share your home network with guests. Need some help finding where the feature lives and learning how to use it? We’re here to help!

Products used in this guide Pure Android 10: Google Pixel 4 XL (From $ 847  [Read More…]

Samsung’s new and improved Galaxy Fold can still be easily broken

Welcome to the unfortunate reality of gen-one folding phones.

What you need to know Samsung’s re-designed Galaxy Fold has already broken for one user. A random blob has appeared under the screen, likely something that got caught under the plastic display. This appears to be a side effect of normal use and not a serious design flaw like last time.

Samsung built a lot of hype for the Galaxy Fold earlier this year, and shortly before the  [Read More…]

The Galaxy Note 10+ is easily the best Android phone for Windows users

Is this the closest thing to a Surface Phone running Android ever?

I’ve never been a massive fan of the Samsung Galaxy series of smartphones. The last time I used a Galaxy flagship, it was with the Galaxy S8, and I sold it after only a few weeks because I couldn’t get behind Samsung’s version of Android. It felt bloated and didn’t look very nice. The hardware was excellent, as Samsung hardware always is, but that’s only  [Read More…]

Protect your home easily with Alexa Guard

Alexa Guard is a free service from Amazon that helps to leverage the listening abilities of Amazon Echo devices. The service monitors other security products that work with Alexa, and when enabled, Alexa Guard can take advantage of the microphones in your Echo devices to listen for signs of intrusion. If you have an Amazon Echo device, current or previous generations, then it is easy to set up Amazon’s latest security feature, Alexa Guard. We’ll show you how  [Read More…]

Amazon Echo Show 5 review: Easily the best Alexa screen experience

This is what can be accomplished when companies listen to feedback.

No other company has put the smart assistant experience is as many homes as Amazon. The company has been exploring so many different shapes, sizes, and prices for its Alexa-based hardware over the last couple of years, and it can be difficult to keep it all in your head. While some of these experiments have left us wanting more, there’s a general trend In these products  [Read More…]