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Heart Transplant tweak lets you add Apple Music song to My Music by liking it

One of the best features of Apple Music is that it allows users to quickly add any song that they like on the streaming service to their music library right from their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. They can even make that song available offline. By default you have to perform a number of steps to add a song to the ‘My Music’ section of the Music app. A new Cydia tweak by developer CP Digital Darkroom...

Alympus could be the multitasking tweak you have been waiting for

We have seen many multitasking tweaks that try to redesign the app switcher while adding some other features to it. Auxo 3 is the most popular example. Today another multitasking tweak for iOS was released in Cydia that aims to make the app switcher experience on iPhone and iPod touch better. The feature packed tweak seems quite well designed and offers functionality that makes us wonder if this is the...

How to record blur-free videos from your iPhone camera (tip)

When recording a video using your iPhone or iPad, or while taking photos you would have noticed that your device keeps auto-focusing on different objects. It also uses auto-exposure feature in order to get the best results. This is because the Camera app is by default configured to take good photos and videos in situations when the objects in the frame or the camera itself keeps moving. That’s...

How to increase or decrease text size on your iPhone or iPad

Do you find it difficult to read text on your iOS device? If yes, then a handy accessibility feature on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch can make your life much easier by letting you increase or decrease the size of text according to your choice. The best thing about this feature is that it not only increases the text size within the Settings app but it also affects stock apps like Mail, Notes, Messages...

OS X El Capitan 10.11 beta 5 is now available to developers

Apple has just seeded OS X El Capitan 10.11 beta 5 to developers and it is now available for download through dev center and software update section of the Mac App Store. The release same as beta 4 mainly focuses on bug fixes and brings no noticeable changes or new features to the desktop OS. OS X El Capitan update as a whole just like iOS 9 focuses on performance and stability while bringing some useful...

Totallee’s The Scarf iPhone case is the best minimalist case you can buy

People who love the design of their iPhone hate putting it in a protective case. And those who don’t use a case end up regretting the decision when after a few months of usage their device is full of scratches from day to day use, or worse when they end up cracking the screen after a fatal drop. To solve this problem and minimize the damage caused to the device it is always a good idea to use some...

SafeTexting tweak only sends read receipts when you reply in iMessage

When you are using Apple’s iMessage service to communicate with your friends you have to be extra careful when you read a new message. As iMessage instantly sends read reports to your friends, you have to make sure you reply as quickly as possible to avoid pissing them off. The new SafeTexting tweak solves this problem for the users by making iMessage only send the read receipt to the sender when...

How to enable installation of non-Mac App Store apps on OS X

By default when you try to run non-Mac App Store apps on OS X, it gives an error saying “app can’t be opened because it was not downloaded from the Mac App Store”. That error is not limited to apps from unknown sources only as you can’t even run Chrome, the world’s most popular browser with the default settings of OS X. But all these restrictions are there to make your Mac...

ControlPane tweak gives users easy access to iOS settings

When Control Center was added to iOS it made the life of users easier by giving them quick access to useful settings. While Control Center is useful as it is many users find its functionality very limited. Many tweaks such as CCSettings try to solve this problem but they involve a lot of swiping before you can reach your desired options. The new ControlPane tweak takes a different approach towards giving...

Back to School: Free Beats Solo2 headphones for students buying Macs

Apple’s yearly Back to School offer is back for students purchasing Macs. This year’s offer is different from what the company offered in previous years as students will be given Beats Solo2 headphones along with their purchase of a Macbook, Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, iMac and Mac Pro. The headphones that come from the pricey Beats brand cost $200 when bought separately. The offer is available...